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AGENCIES 



Agencies for the sale of Coast and Geodetic Survey Charts, Coast Pilots, and Tide 
Tables, and for free distribution of Chart Catalogues and Notices to Mariners: 



Eastport, Me. 

C. H. CCMMINQS. 

liUbee, Me. 

J. W. Case. 
Ulaehlat, Me. 

W. B. Parlin. 
Addison Point, Hie. 

V. H. Nash. 
IWeKlniey, Me. 

Frank McMullin. 
Harrington, Hie. 

F. H. Dyer. 
Mlllbrldge, Me. 

E. W. Wallace. 
Bar Harbor, Me. 

Albert W. Bee. 
Vinaihaven, Hie. 

F. E. Littlefield. 
Bluehlil, me. 

H. B. Darling. 
North Haven, Hie. 

C. S. Staple. 
Castlne, Me. 

C. Fred Jones. 
Bangor, Me. 

Snow & Nealley Co., 98 Broad St 
Belfast, Me. 

Newton S. Lord, 31 Front St. 
Camden, Me. 

J. F. Burgess. 
Roekport, Me. 

John Harkins. 
Rockland, Me. 

E. R. Spear & Co., 408 Main St. 
Damarlteotta, Me. 

R. C. Reed. 
Pemaquld Harbor, Me. 

Chas. a. Farrin. 
IVewharbor, Me. 

Samuel Tibbetts. 
Bootlibay Harbor, Me. 

William 0. McCobb. 
Balb, Me. 

Charles A. Harriman, 106 Front St. 
Augusta, Me. 

J. F. Pierce. 
Harpsiirell Center, Me. 

John A. Curtis. 
Jonesport, Me. 

E. B. Sawyer. 



Portland, Me. 

Wm. Senter & Co., 51 Exchanjfe St. 

Burlington, Tt. 

C. L. Alexander, Custom House. 

Oloueester. Mass. 

Walter J. Doyle, 130 Main St. 
W. F. Chisholm, 161 Main St. 

Salem, Mass. 

E. A. Mackintire, 220 Essex St. 

A. F. IIiTCHiNQs, Custom House. 
Boston, Mass* 

S. Thaxtbr & Son, 35 Central St. 

C. C. Hutchinson, 152 State St. 
Cohasset, Mass. 

Harry W. Souther. 
Manchester, Mass. 

Edwin P. Stanley. 
Barnstable, Mass. 

V. D. Bacon. 
Nantucket, Mass. 

Obed G. Smith. 
Vineyard Haven, Mass. 

E. St. Croix Oliver. 
l¥arebam, Mass. 

John Huxtable. 
Neiir Bedford, Mass. 

A. C. Smith, 27 William St. 
Fall River, Mass. 

George E. Bamford, 7 Granite Block. 
Providence, R. I. 

George A. Stockwbll, Room 13, Board of Trade 
Building. 
Newport, R. I. 

J. M. K. SouTHWiCK, 185 Thames St. 
Block Island* R. I. 

C. C. Ball. 
Stonlngton, Conn. 

James H. Stivers, 72 Water St. 
Mystic, Conn. 

E. B. Seamans. 
Xenr London, Conn. 

Edwin Keeney & Co., cor. Bank and State Sts. 
IVonvlch, Conn. 

Eugene S. Brock, 29 Forest St. 
Hartford, Conn. 

Robert D. Stevens, Custom House. 
New Haven, Conn. 

Edward Coe, Custom House. 
Bridgeport, Conn. 

Wallace A. Smith, Custom House. 

3 



AGENCIES— Continued. 



Soath IVorwalk, Conn. 

ChAS. J. PRB8CX)TT. 

Stamford, Conn* 

Cha8. H. Lebdb. 
Sas Harbor, N. ¥. 

Charles P. Cook. 
Oreenport, N. ¥• 

George B. Pre&tton. 
College Point, IV. ¥. 

Albert Humh. 

IVew York, N. Y. 

T. S. & J. D. Negus, 140 Water St. 

John Bliss & Co., 128 Front St. 

R. Merrill's Sons, 66 S<^mth St. 

Manning's Yacht Agency, Whitehall Building, 

17 Battery Place. 
Michael Rupp <fe Co., 39 South St. 
E. Steiger & Co., 25 Park Place. 
E. F. Medinger, 115 Broad St. 

Albany, i\. Y. 

B. Lodge & Co., 91 North Pearl St. 

Buffalo, N. \\ 

Howard H. Baker & Co., 18 to 26 Terrace. 

Atlantic City, N. J. 

J. F. Hall, 1632 Atlantic Ave. 

Cape May, IV. J. 

Charles Sandgran, 314 Washington St. 

Island Hel«;htt, N. J. 

Walter M. Wood. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

RiGGS & Bro.. 310 Market St. 

John E. Hand & Sons, 222 Walnut St. 

Baltimore, Md. 

M. V. O'Neal, 510 E. Pratt St. 
Wm. B. Clark, State Geologist, Johns Hopkins 
University. 

Critlleld, Md. 

C. H. Mallison. 
Thos. E. Stevenson. 

Washington, D. C. 

. Coast and Geodetic Survey Office. 
W. H. Lowdermilk & Co., 1424 F St. NW. 
Wm. Ballantyne & Sons, 428 7th St. NW. 
Brentano's, 1228 F St. NW. 

Alexandria, Ta. 

R. Bell's Sons, 110 South Fairfax St. 

Newport IVeiirs, Ta. 

James E. Abbe, 126 26th St. 
IVorfolk, Ta. 

VicKERY & Co., 268 Main St. 

Chlncoteaffue Island, Ta. 

J. W. Field. 
Elizabeth City, N. C. 

P. W. Melick Co. 
Wadhlnfi^ton, X. C. 

Dr. E. M. Brown. 
!Vewbern, IV. C. 

T. W. Waters. 

l¥llnilngton, N. C. 

W. N. Harriss. 

E. D. Williams. 
Plymouth, N. C. 

F. F. Fagan. 



Charleston, S. C. 

Isaac Hammond, 10 Broad St 

Beaafort, S. C. 

P. A. Roper, Custom House. 
Savannah, Oa. 

J. P. Johnson, Custom House. 

Bransmrlek, Oa. 

Frank A. Dunn, Custom House. 
Fernandlna, Fla. 

J. W. Howell. 
Jaeksonvllle, Fla. 

H. &W. B. DrbwOo. 
Palm Beaeh, Fla. 

E. M. Brelsford. 

Miami, Fla. 

Frank T. Budge. 
Key l¥est, Fla. 

Alfred Brost, Custom House. 
Punta Oorda, Fla. 

K. B. Harvey. 
Braldento'urn, Fla. 

Wm. J. Fog ARTY. 
Tampa, Fla. 

Tampa Book & News Co. 
Tarpon Springs, Fla. 

C. D. Webster. 
Cedar Keys, Fla. 

F. C. CrsBERLY, Custom House. 
Apalaehleola, Fla. 

J. E. Grady & Co., Water St. 
Pensaeola, Fla. 

McKenzie Oerting & Co., 599 S. Palafox St. 
mobile, Ala. 

C. H. CosTELix) Company, 25-27 Commerce St. 

E. O. Zadek Jewelry Company. 

Blloxl, miss. 

Rolf Seebbrg Ship Chandlery Company. 
Paseagoula, miss. 

J. H. Mengb & Sons. 
Gulf^rt, miss. 

N. & F. Hewes & Co. 
Seranton, miss. 

Miss Lizzie S. Alley. 
IVeiir Orleans, La. 

L. Frigerio's Sons, 1015 Canal St. 

Woodward, Weight & Co., 406-418 Canal St. 

J. H. Menge & Co., 400-412 Common St. 
morgan City, Lia. 

B. M. Young. 

Lavaca, Tex. 

L. Sea BROOK. 
Sabine Pass, Tex. 

John R. Adams & Co. 
Oalveston, Tex. 

Charles F. Trube, 2415 Market St. 
San Juan, P. R. 

H. F. Smith, care of Naval Station. 
manzanllla, Cuba. 

Century News Co. 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

Penton Publishing Company, Browning Building;. 

Chicago, III. 

Rand, McNally &Co., 168 Adams St. 

Geo. B. Carpenter & Co., 202-208 S. Water St. 



AGENCIES— ContiAied. 



Fridav Harbor, Wash. 

E. F. Harpst. 
Aberdeen, Wash. 

Evans Drug Co. 
Ketchikan, Alaska. 

Chas. E. Ingersoll. 

Forest J. Hunt. 
Wrangell, Alaska, 

Reid & Sylvester. 
Sitka, Alaska. 

Edward De Grofp. 
Juneau, Alaska. 

G. W. Garside. 

J. F. Eicherly. 
Dutch Harbor, Alaska. 

North American CoMMERaAL Co. 
Honolulu, H. I. 

Hawaiian News Co. 

J. W. A. Redhouse. 

manlla, P. I. 

The CompaSia Maritima. 
Van Busk irk Crook Co. 
Zamboanga, P. I. 

George Bennett. 

€ebu, P. I. 

John M. Switzer & Co. 



San Diego, €al. 

LoRiNQ & Co., 762-766 Fifth St. 

E. M. BuRBBCK, 1051 Fifth St. 
E«ong Beach, €al. 

F. J. Schinnerer. 
San Pedro, €al. 

Marine Hardware Co., Succcessor to Maloy & 
Mitchell, Front St. 
Lios Angeles, €al. 

Stoll & Thayer Co., 252 South Spring St. 

Santa Barbara, €al. 

H. A. C. McPhail, 705 State St. 
Hlonterey, €al. 

Francis M. Hilby. 
San Francisco, €al. 

S. S. Arnheim, 8 Steuart St. 
Louis Weule Co., 106 Steuart St. 
(teo. E. Butlkr, 310 California St. 
H. Lawrenson, 6 Market St. 

A. LiEFZ Co., 207 Montgomery St. 
Mendocino, €al. 

William Mullen. 
Eureka, €al. 

James E. Mathews, cor. Second and G Sts. 

Crescent City, Cal. 

Wm. F. Wulf. 
Marslifleld, Oreg. 

Norton & Hansen, Successor to F. P. Norton. 

Portland, Oreg. 

Chas. F. Beebe Company, 1-3--5-7 First St. Noilh. 

Tillamook, Oreg. 

B. C. Lamb. 
Astoria, Oreg. 

J. N. Griffin, 504 Commercial St. 
Hoqulani, Wash. 

Bruce & Lamb. 
Port Angeles, l¥ash. 

Ben C. Keller. 
Port Townsend, l¥ash. 

Waterman & Katz. 

W. J. Fbitz, 320 Water St. 
I§»eattle, Wash. 

The Denny-Coryell Co., 716 First Ave. 

LOWMAN & HaNFORD STATIONERY AND PRINTING 

Company, 616 First Ave. 

L. W. SuTER, 713-715 First Ave. 

Max Kuner, 94 Columbia St. 
Taeoma, Wash. 

Vaughan & Morrill Co., 926 Pacific Ave. 

Central News Co., 1121 Pacific Ave. 
Anacortes, Wash. 

J. H. Havekost. 
Blaine, W^ash. 

Blaine Stationery Co. 
Belllnghani, Wash. 

C. M. Sherman. 
Sanders & Scott. 

Note.— On Coast and Geodetic Survey Charts the aids to navigation are corrected from important informa- 
tion received at the Office to date of issue, which is stamped at the bottom of each chart. To assist those using 
the charts in keeping. up to date, corrections to be applied are published monthly in "Notices to Mariners." 
These can be obtained] free of charge, on application, from the Agencies of the Coast and Geodetic Survey, from 
United States Custom-Houses, from the Branch Hydrographic Offices of the Navy Department in the principal 
seaboard cities of the United States, from United States Consulates in foreign ports, or from this Office. 

Pilots and masters of vessels are earnestly requested to send information of dangers, notices of new shoals 
and channels, facts of interest to mariners, and suggestions for increasing the usefulness of charts or of these 



Ilollo, P. I. 

HOSKYN & Co. 

Hongkong, China. 

Chas. J. Gaupp & Co., Queens Road. 

TIetorIa, B. €. 

J. Johnston, 77 Government St. 

T. N. HiBBEN & Co., 09 Government St. 
Vancouver, B. €. 

Clarke & Stuart, 441 Hastings St. 
<luebee, Canada. 

T. J. MooRE & Co., 118 Mountain Hill. 
Montreal, Canada. 

The Optical and Engineer's Supply Co., 1628 
Notre Dame St. 

Harrison & Co., 53 Metcalfe St, 
Toronto, Canada. 

Charles Potter, 85 Yonge St. 
Montevideo, Uruguay. 

Sefior Manuel Bottini, 95 Calle Rampla. 
Hamburg, Oermany. 

Eckardt & Messtorfp. 
Berlin, S. W., Oermanv. 

Dietrich Reimbr, Wilhelm Strasse, No. 29. 
Eiondon, W. C, England. 

Edward Arnold, 37 Bedford St., Strand. 
Neweastle, N. S. W. 

W. H. Sproull & Co. 



6 AGENCIE&-Continued. 

Tide Tables to the ** Superintendent of Coast and Geodetic Survey, Washington, D. C." A piece of the chart 
affected, showing the change proposed, should accompany the information supplied. This Office will replace, 
free of charge, any chart so used. 

A limited number of Chart Catalogues, indicating the outlines of Coast and Geodetic Survey Charts, 
will be sent, free of charge, to any address. 

The list of Light-Houses and Lighted Beacons of the United States, and the lists of Beacons and Buoys in 
the different Light-House Districts, published by the Light-House Board, can be obtained, free of charge, on 
application to the Light-House Board, Washington, D. C, from the Inspectors of the several Light-House 
Districts, from the United States Custom-Houses, or from the principal Agencies of the Coast and Geodetic 
Survey. 

SUPERINTENDENT OF THE COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY, 

Washington, D. C, U. S. A. 



CONTENTS. 



Page. 

Agencies 3-6 

Contents 7 

Calendar 8 

Preface 9-12 

Introduction: Treatise on Tides i 13-26 

Explanation of tables 26-31 

Examples 31-39 

United States Life-Saving Service 41-49 

Weather and temperature signals ^. 50 

Table 1. — Principal tidal stations; predicted times and heights of high and low waters 52-332 

Table 2.— Height of tide at any time 333-337 

Table 3. — ^List of selected tidal stations in all countries, arranged according to geographic sequence, 

with their tidal differences from the port of reference, their ratio of mean ranges, tidal \ 

constants, and variation of the compass 338-453 

Table 4. — Harmonic constants for principal tidal stations 454-457 

Table 5. —Annual variation in mean sea level for the ports for which full predictions are given 458-459 

Table 6. — Moon's upper and lower transits, and equation of time 460-461 

Table 7. — Moon's phases, apogee and perigee 462 

Table 8. — Moon's greatest and least declinations i 462 

Table 9.— Current tables - 463-496 

Table 10. — Mean local time of sunrise and sunset 497-517 

Table 11. — Mean local time of astronomical twilight 518-519 

Table 12. — Reduction of local mean time of sunrise and sunset to standard meridian time 520 

Index 521-624 

i 



• CALENDAR. 









Calendar 


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JANUARY. 






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PREFACE, 



The following tide tables for the year 1907 have been prepared in the tidal division 
of the Coast and Geodetic Survey Office. They are essentially similar to the volumes for. 
preceding years, but improved values have been introduced wherev^er better data could be 
made use of. 

Tide tables for the use of mariners have been published by the Coast and Geodetic 
Survey every year since 1853. For the first fourteen years these tables appeared as 
appendixes to the Annual Reports of the Superintendent of the Survey, and consisted of 
more or less elaborated means for enabling the mariner to make his own tide predictions 
as occasion arose. The first attempt bj' this Survey to give predicted tides was by the 
issue of two pamphlets entitled " Tide Tables for the Atlantic Coast of the United States 
for the year 1867," and ''Tide Tables for the Pacific Coast of the United States for the 
year 1867," respectively. The former contained the predicted times and heights of the 
high waters only for each day of the year 1867 at 15 stations, together with tidal con- 
stants and differences for 108 stations. The latter contained sinriilar predictions for 4 
stations, together with differences for 16 stations. This marked a distinct advance oyer 
the earlier tables which had been issued by this Survey. 

The following year it was found desirable to include the low waters in all the 
predictions for the Pacific Coast, but for only one station on the Atlantic Coast, and it 
was not until the year 1887 that the low waters were given for all the Atlantic Coast 
stations. Commencing with the year 1896 the tide tables were extended to include the 
whole maritime world, pi'actically as in the present volume. 

Full predictions for Hamburg, Germany, are given in this issue of these tables in 
place of those for Wilhelmshaven, which has been discontinued. 

^ In order to meet the demand for a cheap edition of the tide tables for the United States 
and adjacent waters, two reprints have been issued, one for the Atlantic Coast of the United 
States, including Canada and the West Indies, price 15 cents; and the other for the Pacific 
Coast of the United States, together with a number of foreign ports in the Pacific Ocean, 
price 10 cents. 



10 PREFACE. 

This Survey acknowledges its indebtedness to the following-named authorities for 
valuable tidal information used in the preparation of these tables, in addition to the large 
number of observations already in its possession: 

W. D. Alexander, Surveyor-General Hawaiian Islands, tides at Honolulu, Hilo, and Kahului, H. I. (1899). 
W. P. Anderson, C. E., Chief Engineer, Department of Marine and Fisheries, Ottawa, Canada, tidal infor- 
mation for Canadian ports. 
Annales hydrographiques, Paris. 

Annuaire des Maries de la Basse Cochinchine et du Tonkin, for 1894 and subsequent years. 
Annual re des Mar<?es des cotes de France, Paris. 
Anuario de la Direccion de Hidrograffa, Madrid, Spain. 

Anuario Hidrogrdfico del Rfo de la Plata, i>or C.-A. Avocena, Montevideo, 1891. 
Edwin B. Simpson-Baikie, Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, Southampton, England, tides at Margarita 

Island, Venezuela. 
A. J. Pinto Basto, Lieut. Commanding the Mindony, Portuguese Navy, Lisbon, Portugal (1897). 
John Barrett, United States Consul-General (1894), Bangkok, Siam. 
A. M. Beaupr^, United States Minister (1905), Buenos Ayres, Argentina. 
G. W. Bell, United States Consul (1894), Sydney, New South Wales. 
C. H. Benedict, United Stafes Consul (1894), Cape Town, Africa. 
A. M. Bisbee, Coast Inspector (1894), Shanghai, China. 

Roger S. G. Boutell, Secretary' of L^ation of the United States (1906), The Hague, the Netherlands. 
Canadian Tidal Survey (see "Tidal and Current Survey of Canada"). 
R. W. Chapman, Professor in University of Adelaide, harmonic tidal constants for Port Adelaide, South 

Australia. 
Charts of various nationalities: American, English, Dutch, French, German, and Spanish! 
Chief of Engineers, U. S. A., War Department, Washington, D. C. 
Powell Clayton, United States Ambassador (1905), Mexico. 

Coast Pilots and Pilots of various seas: American, English, French, German, Spanish, and Portuguese. 
John G. Coolidge, United States Secretary of Legation (1905), Peking, China. 
E. L. Corthell, C. E., tidal observations at the mouth of the Panuco River, Tampico, Mexico. 
George H. Darwin, Cambridge, England. 
W. Bell Dawson, D. Sc, C. E., Engineer in charge of Tidal and Current Survey of Canada; Department of 

Marine and Fisheries, Ottawa, Canada. Reports of progress, of Tidal and Current Sun^ey, Tide Tablet-, 

and tidal differences for Canadian ports. 
Charles Denby, United States Minister (1894), Peking, China. 

Director Oficina HidrogrAfica, Valparaiso, Chile, hourly heights of the sea at Valparaiso for one year. 
H. Percival Dodge, United States Secretary of Embassy (1905), Berlin, Germany. 
Edwin Dun, United States Minister (1894), Tokyo, Japan. 
Alex. Duncan, Pilot Master (1894), Georgetown, Demerara. 
0. O. Eckford, United States Consul (1894), Kingston, Jamaica. 
G. W. Ellis, United States Secretary of Legation (1905), Monrovia, Liberia. 

Exploring Expeditions of various nations: American, Dutch, English, French, German, and Spanish. 
W. H. Finley, a pamphlet on the Approximate Tide-Constants for Table Bay and Algoa Bay, Africa, through 

C. H. Benedict, United States Consul (1894), Cape Town. 
E. H. Francis, Pilot, Seattle, Wash. 

Gezeitentafeln. Herausgegeben vom Reichs-Marin^Amt, Berlin. 

E. A. Gieseler, Assistant U. S. Engineer, tides at Panama, January 1, 1885, to September 30, 1888. 
David Gill, H. M. Astronomer (1894), Cape Town Observatory, Cape Town, Africa. 
W. T. Glasgow, Secretary of Marine Department, Wellington, New Zealand, tidal observations for Port 

Chalmers, New Zealand, for the year 1898. 
E. J. L. Guppy (1894), Trinidad, West Indies. 



PREFACE. 11 

Arthur S. Hardy, United States Minister (1905), Madrid, Spain. 

P. Hatt, Service Hydrographique de la Marine, Paris, France, harmonic constants for five French port», three 

ports in the Indian Ocean, and three ports in Cochin China. 
Hydrographer, Hydrographic Office, Navy Department, Washington, D, C. 

Hydrographic Office, Admiralty, London, England, the loan of valuable tidal records in many parts of the worh'. 
Ingenieur en Chef de Construction du Canal de T Isthmus de Panama, the tides at Colon and Panama. 
Japanese Naval Department, through Edwin Dun (1894), United States Minister, Tokyo, Japan. 
Contre- Admiral R. von Kalmdr, Director of the Naval Observatory, Pola, Austria (1897), hourly heights of tlie 

sea at Pola for the four years 1884-1887. 
London, Edinburgh, and Dublin Philosophical Magazine. 

P>nest Lyons, United States Minister Resident and Consul-General (1905), Monrovia, Liberia. 
Curtis J. Lyons, Hawuian OJovemment Survey ( 1895) , Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. 
Fen ton R. McCreery, Secretary of American Embassy (1906), Mexico City, Mexico. 
I). W. Maratta, United States Consul-General (1894), Melbourne, Victoria. 
Marine Board, Port Adelaide, South Australia, through Charles A. Murphy, United States Consular Agent 

(1894), Port Adelaide. 
William L. Merry, United States Minister (1905), San Jos^, Costa Rica. 
George V. L. Meyer, United States Ambassador (1905), Rome, Italy. 

E. B. Michell, Bangkok, Siam, through John Barrett, United States Consul-General (1894), Bangkok, Slam. 
Ministerie van Marine, Afdeeling Hydrographie, 's Gravenhage, Netherlands. 
Frederick G. Morgan, United States Vice-Consul (1904), Cairo, Egypt. 
Charles A. Murphy, United States Consular Agent (1894), Port Adelaide, South Australia. 
E. Nevill, H. M. Astronomer (1894), Durban Observatory, Durban, Africa. 
Stanford Newel, United States Minister (1905), The Hague, Netherlands. 
Oficina Hidrogrdfica, Santiago, Chile. 

W. P. Pierce, United States Consul (1894), Port of Spain, Trinidad. 
J. P. Prince, United States Consular Agent (1894), Durban, Africa. 
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. 
B. S. Rairden, United States Consul (1894), Batavia, Java. 

Reichs-Marine Arat, Berlin, Grermany, harmonic constants for three Grerman porta. 
Reports of the British Association for the Advancement of Science. 
Reports on the operations of the Survey of India Department, Calcutta, India. 
E. Roberts, Chief Assistant, Nautical Almanac Office, London, England, harmonic constants for Canadian 

ports, calculated from the observations and data of the Canadian Tidal Survey. Also harmonic constants 

for Hongkong, China, and Singapore, Malay Peninsula. 
Capt John Rodgers, U. S. N., tides at Papeeti, Tahiti. 
H. H. Rousseau, Civil Engineer, U. S. Navy (1906), Mare Island, Cal. 
H. C. Russell, H. M. Astronomer (1894), Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales. 
S. Schneegans, United States Consul (1894), Saigon, Cochin China. 
Edgar K. Smoot, C. E., tidal observations at Manzanilla, Mexico. 
James Spaight, United States Vice-Consul (1894), Demerara. 
Dr. J. P. Van der Stok, Director of the Meteorological and Magnetic Observatory (1894), Batavia, Java. 

Studien over Getijden. Overgedrukt uit het Tijdschrift van het Koninklijk Instituut van Ingenieurs, 

Afdeeling Nederlandsch-Indie, Batavia, Java. Also, "Wind and Weather, Currents, Tides, and Tidal 
' Streams in the East Indian Archipelago," Batavia, Java, 1897. 
D. C. F. Thompson, R. N., Harbor Master (1894), Kingston, Jamaica. 
Tidal and Current Survey of Canada, Reports of progress, Tide Tables and harmonic constants for Quebec, St. 

Paul Island in Cabot Strait, Halifax, Nova Scotia; St. John, New Brunswick; Victoria, and Sand Heads, 

Strait of Georgia, British Columbia; from which the Tide Tables for Halifax and St. John are calculated. 



12 PREFACE. 

Tide Tables for the British and Irish Ports, together with the Times and Heights of High Water at Full and 

Change for the Principal Places on the Globe, London, England. 
Tide Tables for the Indian Ports, London, England. 
Charlemagne Tower, United States Ambassador (1905), Berlin, Germany. 
Transactions of the Royal Society of London. 

Udgivet af den norske Gradmaalingskommission, Christiania, Norway. 

Rear- Admiral W. J. L. Wharton, R. N., Hydrographer, Hydrographic Office, Admiralty, London, England. 
J. T. Walbran, Captain of the Quadra (1896), British Columbia. 
H. N. P. Wallaston, Secretary of Customs (1894), Melbourne, Victoria, 
Thomas Wilson, Greenock, Scotland. 

The predicted time and height of the high and low waters for 70 principal ports 
or stations are given in Table 1, pages 52-332, for each day throughout the entire year 
1907, They have been made by means of the Ferrel tide machine, described in Appendix 
10 of the Superintendent's Report for 1883. The harmonic constants used for these predic- 
tions, as well as the length of series anal^'zed, are given in Table 4 of this volume. 

These stations are distributed as follows: 20 on the eastern and 7 on the western 
coast of North America, 4 in South America, 14 in Asia, 1 in Africa, 15 in Europe, and 9 
in Oceania. They are usually referred to in this volume as principal or standard ports. 
These predictions are extended to about three thousand subordinate stations by means 
of the tidal differences and ratios of Table 3, pages 338-453. The predicted times of all 
the slack waters for the year 1907 are given for two stations, Seymour Narrows, British 
Columbia, and Sergius Narrows, Alaska, on pages 486-493. 

An explanation of the tables, with examples of their use, is given on pages 26-39. 

O. H. TiTTMANN, 

/Superintendent, 
June, 1906. 



IN^TRODXJCTION^. 



TREATISE ON TIDES. 

1. General stateraenta. 

The word tide is used to indicate the periodic rising and falling of oceanic and other 
large bodies of water, due mainly to the attraction of the moon and sun. . This rising and 
falling necessitates a lateral or. horizontal movement of the waters; such movements are 
called tidal currents. They usually flow and ebb somewhat in retard of the rising and falling 
of the tide. As the velocity and direction of tidal currents are much modified by extremely 
local causes, while the times and heights of the tides remain nearly constant over consider- 
able areas, the currents may with propriety be made to depend upon the tides; for this 
reason their discussion will be postponed to § 11. 

The tide rises until it reaches a maximum height called high water ^ and then falls until 
it reaches a minimum height called law water; these two phases of the tide may be spoken 
of as the tides. For a few minutes before and after high or low water it is difficult to 
observe any vertical motion in the tide; while thus apparently stationary the tide is said to 
stand. The duration of high or low water stand is usually too vague a quantity to be of 
much service ia describing the character of the tide. 

For reasons to be given later, based upon the fact that the tides are chiefly due to the 
difference between the moon's attraction upon the enveloping sea and the earth as a whole, 
one would expect that at most tidal stations two high waters and two low waters would 
occur each lunar day; in other words, to each transit of the moon (inferior as well as 
superior) there would correspond one high water and one low water. On an average the 
time of high water at a given station follows the time of transit by a certain number of 
hours and minutes called the high water interval (HWl) or high water lunitldal interval^ or 
the corrected establishment. In like manner the low watei' interval (LWI) or low water luni- 
tidal interval indicates the average number of hours and minutes between the time of transit 
and the time of low water. , 

According as the moon is in or near the perigee, apogee, or either tropic, the tides are 
distinguished as perigean^ apogean^ or tropic tides. Spring tides occur at about the time of 
new or full moon, and neap tides at about the time of either quarter. More definite notions 
in regard to these tides will be given in § 8. 

2. Directions for observing tides. 

Wherever tides are to be observed, the first thing to do is to fix a well-graduated 
vertical staff in as permanent a position as possible. A solid wall or pile will often furnish 
a suitable support. The heights of several bench marks above the zero of this staff should 
then be determined with considerable precision in order to detect any settling or rising in 
the support of the staff. These bench marks should be of a permanent character and .situ- 
ated at various distances from the staff. The object of such permanence is to enable one to 
recover the plane of reference at any future time. 

Direct staff readings. — The staff and bench marks established, the observer should read 
the height of the tide at even intervals of time. Readings at the exact hours throughout the 
twenty-four hours of each day are preferable for most purposes. The kind of time used is 
immaterial, provided that it be the same throughout the series of observations. It should 

13 



14 INTRODUCTION. 

always be specified in the record. In making such observations it is of importance to know 
the time to within about one minute. In high and low water observations readings should 
be made every ten minutes, say for about forty minutes before to forty minutes after each 
of the four tides of the day. In reading a height upon the staff, unless the surface of the 
water be perfectly smooth, note a point midway between the crest and trough of the waves. 
A glass tube open at both ends and held alongside the staff will facilitate making these 
readings. When the surface is, as a rule, too rough for staff readings, the water in a well 
communicating with the sea by means of a pipe half an inch or more in diameter should be 
observed instead. 

Box gauges, — A box gauge consists of a long vertical box inclosing a float which rises 
and falls with the tide. In some cases the float carries a vertical rod which may itself be 
graduated; in othei-s the float is attached to a wire or cord which passes over a pulley, then 
along a graduated scale, and terminates in a counterpoise. This gauge permits readings 
to be made when the sea is comparatively rough. A simple staff gauge should always be 
located near a box gauge and the readings of the two should be frequently compared, for it 
is obvious that the line of flotation is liable to become somewhat altered. 

Automatic or self-regkiering tide gauges, — A gauge of this variety requires a float and 
box similar to those employed in a box gauge. The motion of the float, as it rises and falls, 
is communicated to a pencil which traces a curve upon a moving sheet of paper. Uniform 
motion is imparted to the paper by means of a C3'^linder or drum driven by a well-regulated 
clock. The pencil is free to move in a direction perpendicular to the line of motion of the 
paper. The paper, usually of sufficient length to contain a month's record, is paid out from 
one cylinder, passes over a second, and is received upon a third. This gauge, besides giving 
a continuous record, requires a comparatively small portion of the observer's time. Staff 
readings (upon a staff gauge) and time compmrisons should be made at frequent intervals 
and recorded upon the tidal sheet or marigi'am. These staff readings should be made within 
an hour, say, of the times of high or low water. 

3. General properties of tides. 

Confining one's attention to a particular station, the following properties common to 
most tides are usually revealed by means of a few days' observation: 

(1) Two high waters and two low waters occur during each twenty-four or twenty-five 
hours. 

(2) The alternate high or low waters are more or less unequal. 

(3) The heights of corresponding tides vary from day to day. 

(4) The lunitidal intervals (high or low water) are different for alternate tides. 

(5) The lunitidal intervals for corresponding tides vary from day' to day. 

(6) The inequalit}'^ in height or interval referred to in (2) or (4) becomes greater as the 

moon's declination, either north or south, increases. This does not apply, because of the 

sun's tidal effect, to the lesser inequality at stations where the high and low waters are 

affected by quite unequal amounts. 

s^reater 

(7) The range of tide (as determined from all four tides of the day) is , than 

. new or full moon. 

usual near the time of ., ^ ^^^«?„ ^„o^^f„^^ 
the moon s quadrature. 

c^r eater Deri^ee 

(8) The range of tide is f than usual near the time when the moon is in 0^^^.^^ 

, . r^, , . ., , . , shorter^, , ., . , , first and fifth 

(9) The lunitidal intervals are j^j^^^. than usual near the times of the ^j^.^.^ ^^^ seventh 

octants. 



INTRODUCTION. 15 

The above statements do not usually apply to the tides at stations where but one high 
and one low water occur dail}\ The readily observable properties of such tides are: 

[1] But one high and one low water occur daily when the moon is far from the equator. 

[2] Two high and two low waters, both comparatively small, ma}'^ occur daily when the 
moon is near the equator. 

in creased 

[3] The moon being far from the equator, the (diurnal) range of tide i'^^^jooreased ^^^^ ^^® 

, . - solstice, 
time of either 

equinox. 

4. The equilihriuin theory of tides. 

The uncorrected equilibrium theorj^ begins by assuming — 

(1) That the nucleus of the earth is comparatively rigid (or that at least its outer layer 
is a rigid shell), and that it is composed of concentric spherical laj'^ers, each la^^er having a 
constant density. 

(2) That the nucleus is covered bj" a fluid of uniform depth, shallow as compared to the 
radius of the nucleus, but deep as compared to the rise and fall of tide. 

(3) That this fluid has neither inertia nor viscosity, nor is there friction between the fluid 
layer and the nucleus or the enveloping atmosphere. 

As these conditions are far from being realized in the case of nature, observations will 
show at best only certain approximations toward ideal values. Before introducing the 
modifications necessary to adapt the theory to the tides, it seems desirable to ascertain what 
the tendencies are in the ideal ciise. 

Since the angular velocit\' of the moon in her orbit and the rotary motion of the earth's 
surface are finite, while the particles of fluid are supposed to respond Immediately to the 
forces acting upon them, we may consider the earth's surface as stationary during any given 
instant, and treat the surface assumed by the water as a case of static equilibrium. 

Because of hypothesis (1), the attraction of the moon upon the nucleus is the same as it 
would have been had the entire mass been concentrated at the earth's center. 

At any given place the tide-producing tendencies depend chiefly upon the distance and 
direction of the disturbing body, and are governed by what ma}'- be referred to as Laws 
I and 11. 

Lmn /. — The tendency to produce tides at a given station varies directly as the mass of 
the disturbing bod}' and inversely as the cube of the body's distance from the earth's center. 

In consequence of this law the amplitude of the solar tide ought to be about 0.458 time 
that of the lunar tide. For the mass of the sun = 331 000, and the mass of the moon = 1/81, 
the mass of the earth being unity, while the sun's distance = 92 800 000 miles and the moon's 
distance = 239 000 miles, so that — 

331 000 J^ _\ 

solar tide: lunar tide - ^^^ ^^ ^^^^s : ^^ X ^^a^ qqojs; (1) 

. •. solar tide = 0.458 lunar tide. (2) 

The eccentricit}^ of the lunar orbit being 0.055, this law gives 

perigean range: mean i-ange = (j _ eecentRdtyT^^' (3) 

apogean mnge: mean range = j.^ + eccentricity)' = 1' (*> 

. *. perigean mnge — 1.18 mean range, (5) 

apogean i-ange = 0.85 mean range. (6) 

Lorn IL — ^The tendencies to produce tide for various relative positions of tne tide 
producing body are proportional to 

8cos*^-l, (7) 



16 INTRODUCTION. 

where 6 is the zenith distance of the body corrected for parallax. In other words, is the 
angle at the earth's center defined by the given station and the center of the disturbing bod\\ 
If u denote the height of tide expressed in terms of the earth's radius, a, then it is 
proportional to 3 cos* ^—1; in other words, we may put w=a' (3 cos' ^—1). The equation 
of the surface of the sea at any given instant is 

p=a{l+n), . (8) 

or 

p=a+a a' (3 cos' ^—1), (9) 

which is the equation of an ellipsoid whose semiaxes are 

a (1+2 ^), a {l-a% a {i-a% (10) 

That is, forces acting according to this law cause the surface of the sea to assume the form 
of an ellipsoid of revolution whose longest axis points toward the tide-producing body. 

It will be observed that when the moon, say, is in the zenith (or nadir), the elevation of 
the sea is 2 a a' higher because of the existence of the moon; but when in the horizon, the 
elevation of the sea is a a' lower. 

For a given place the height of the tide will var}' from hour to hour of the day chiefly 
on account of the variations in ^; but, as already noted, it varies somewhat on account of 
the variation in ?•, the moon's distance. 

For a given place the angle depends upon the moon's hour angle and its declination 
both of which are functions of time. From spherical trigonometry, 

cos ^=cos A. cos S cos {"p—l) +sin X sin 6 (11) 

where 

A. =geographic latitude of the station, 
I = longitude of the station (\V. from Greenwich), 
<y=moon's declination, 

^=;/2^= moon's hour angle (W. from the meridian of Greenwich). 
.\ aa' (3 cos* 0—\) = \ a a' cos' A. cos* 6 cos 2 {f—I) 

+S a a' sin A. cos A. sin 2 (^ cos (^'— /) 

+i a a! (3 sin* A.~l) (3 sin* (J-l) 

= height of tide according to the uncorrected equilibrium theory. (12) 

For the lunar tide, 

, , mass of moon r/* ^ ^^ * ^ /.^^ 

a a' — ^ - £ xlXt T-j--r .s=0.59 feet: (13) 

^ mass of earth (moon's distance)' ' ^ ^ 

and for the solar tide, 

, , mass of sun «* r. ^^ ^ j. /-. ix 

« « ==* masrof-i^iHE^ (sun's distance)^ =^'2' ^«^*- . ^^*^ 

(i) The height of the semidiurnal portion of the lunar or solar tide at a given station is 
proportional to the cosine of twice the local hour angle of the moon or sun multiplied by the 
square of the cosine of its declination. The factor depending upon the declination is always 
near unity. 

(ii) The height of the diurnal portion of the lunar or solar tide at a given station is 
proportional to the cosine of the local hour angle of the moon or sun multiplied by the sine 
of twice its declination. The factor depending upon the declination varies almost directly 
with the declination. 

(iii) There is a portion of the lunar or solar tide which depends, at a given station, 
whollj' upon the declination of the moon or sun. The height of this portion is proportional 
to 3 sin* <y— 1, where ^ represents the declination of the moon or sun. The period of this 
expression is a half tropical month or year, as the case may be. 



INTRODUCTION. 17 

The height of the entire tide, or of the surface of the sea, at any given time and place, is 
the sum of the six terms just referred to— 7three belonging to the moon and three to the sun. 

The corrected equilibrium theory. — ^To approximately adapt the foregoing theory to the 
case of nature, we may write the height of the lunar or solar tide in the form 

5, cos* ^ cos [2 (^-O-fJ 

+^, sin 2 S cos \^-l-^^ (16) 

+^0 [3 sin« 6-\\ 
where R and « must be determined from observations at the given stations. Statements 
(i), (ii), and (iii) require no modification, except that for "hour angle" we must write "hour 
angle diminished by a constant appropriate for the station in question" and so for 'Hwice 
the hour angle." 

This correction is theoretically necessary (even if the water have neither inertia nor 
friction) because the earth's surface is not wholly covered with water, and the equation of 
continuity can not generally be satisfied when the rise and fall is as given by equation (12) 
unless we continually alter the plane of reference. 

The -ff's, as did the a's, involve the factor 

( mean distance of moon V _fc^_ / actual parallax ^* / - ^v 

actual distance of moony "~V^y ""\mean parallaxy ^ ' 

In practice the inertia and friction of the water produce important modifications in the 
^8 and ^'s from their equilibrium values. Nevertheless, ih^fonn (15) is capable of approxi- 
matelj' representing the rise and fall of the tide in nature. This is especially true, if we make 
the further modification of taking S and r at times anterior to the time of tide. Such times, 
as well as the -ff's and a's must be determined from observations made at the given station.* 

5. Explanation of phenomena noted in % Shy the equUibrimn theory. 

The tides in (i), § 4, are semidiurnal, while those in (ii) are diurnal. Each may, for any 
particular day, be represented by a cosine curve of proper length (period) and amplitude. 
Now it is obvious that the superposition of a diurnal curve upon a semidiurnal will, in 
general, cause the alternate maxima or minima of the semidiurnal curve to become more or 
less unequal in height and unequally displaced in time. These statements account for (1), 
(2), and (4) of § 3. As noted in (ii), § 4, the amplitude of the diurnal curve (lunar or solar) 
is nearly proportional to the declination of the moon or sun. This explains property (6), § 3. 

The superposition of a semidiurnal curve or wave upon another of nearly equal period, 
but of greater amplitude, simply increases or decreases the amplitude of the latter when 
approximately like or opposite phases coincide; but when the phases differ by approximately 
90^ or 270*^ the principal wave is displaced in time by the subordinate one — accelerated or 
retarded according as the maximum, say, is 90^ in advance or in retard of the maxima of the 
principal wave. This accounts for properties (3), (5), (7), and (9), § 3. Property (8) has been 
explained in § 4, where the values of the perigean, apogean, and mean ranges are compared. 
This amounts to varying the or' or the ^'s inversely as the cube of the moon's distance from 
the earth's center. 

At a station where observation shows that Ry^ is several or many times as great as ^j, 
expression (15), the number of maxima and minima of a curve composed of diurnal and semi- 
diurnal parts will usually depend upon the number of maxima and minima of the diurnal 
part when the moon's declination is great; but when the moon is near the equator the number 
may be governed by the semidiurnal part. This accounts for properties [1] and [2], § 3. 
The moon crosses the equator and reaches its extreme declination at nearly the same points 
in the heavens as does the sun. This accounts for property [3]. 

*Cf. Thomflon and Taif 8 Natural Philoeophy, §§ 804-811. 
1223—06 2 



18 INTRODUCTION. 

6. A still more perfect form or expression for the equilibrium theory is obtained by 
developing the tide-producing potential (the principal part of which is inversely proportioasd 
to the cube of the disturbing body's distance from the earth's center, and directly propor- 
tional to 3 cos' — 1, § 4) into a series of cosine terms., For considerable periods of time the 
coefficients of these terms remain sensibly constant and their angles or arguments increase 
uniformly with the time. Having found from the development of the potential what are the 
more important terms, one then assumes that by leaving all amplitudes and epochs arbitrary 
the series is, by the principle of forced oscillations,* capable of representing the tide at any 
given station. The harmonic, analysis, § 7, has for its object the determination of these 
amplitudes and epochs from tidal records. 

7. Ilannomc analynis,] 

Since the tide is periodic in its character, and since the periods of its causes are known 
from astronomical considerations, it ought to be possible to represent the height at any given 
time by meians of the Fourier series, or, rather, an aggregation of such series, 

y = .1 cos {at +a) + B cos {U +/S) + . . . (17). 

where y is reckoned from mean sea level. 

For aiding the imagination, we may suppose that any given term in this series represents 
the oscillation caused by a fictitious star, or moon, moving uniformly in the celestial equator 
iaround the earth, and at a constant distance therefrom, having the property of producing a 
maximum of the oscillation, or component tide, a certain number of hours after its upper 
meridian passage, and a minimum the same number of hours after its lower meridian passage. 

If a denote the hourly speed of the component A, or the apparent angular velocity of its 
fictitious moon, and A^ its epoch or lag expressed in degrees, A^la is the lag expressed in 
hours. Also if arg^ A denote the hour angle of the fictitious moon at local mean midnight, 
at + argo A is its hour-angle at any subsequent hour t. Consequently the time of high water 
of the component A is 

'=4°-'-^. <i«) 

and the height at any time t is 

A cos {at + argo A - A^) (19) 

so that 

a = argo A - A"". (20) 

By replacing A, A^^ a, and a by J?, B'^, J, and /?, the corresponding quantities for any 
other component, J?, are obtained. 

The heights due to any components may be shown graphically thus (see Fig. 1): 

Lay off the hours of the day according to any convenient scale. Draw cosine curves of 

amplitudes .1, J?, . . . and of periods -—, -y, . . . hours in length. The first 

maxima are located upon the hour lines 

A^ argo^ B^ ^vg,B . . 

T-"a~' ^-~^h- • • • ' (^1) 

the succeeding maxima are then fixed by the lengths of the several periods. The symbol D 
may be used to indicate the time of transit of any fictitious moon. 

To combine these curves, add the ordinates for each hour, thus obtaining the resultant 
tidal curve from which the times and heights of high water and low water may be obtained. 

The object of the harmonic analysis is to resolve the observed tide — i. e., observed heights 
of the surface of the sea — into simple elements of component tides, consisting of simple 

♦See Laplace, M^c. Gel., IV, ill. § 16. 

fSee an article entitled Harmonic Analysis of Tidal Observationa, by Prof. G. H. Darwin, B. A. A. 8. 
Report, 1883; also, article Tides, Encyclopaedia Britannica, ninth edition. 



INTRODUCTION. 



19 



harmonic oscillations. The quantities a^ J, . . . and argo J., arg© -B, . . . are known 
from astronomical considerations, so that the analysis of the tide at a given place implies 
only the determination of the amplitudes J., -ff, . . . and the epochs A^, B^^ . . . 
To haiTOonically analyze the tide at a given place, let its height be given at each hour of 
the day for a year, say. Sum these ordinates as nearly as may be at the component hours 
of each component (its harmonics excepted). The sums belonging to each component will be 
24 in number and represent sums corresponding to each of the twenty-four hours into which 
the component day is supposed to be divided. As the summation in each i^se is made with 
reference to the component hours, the eflfect of the other components upon these 24 sums will, 
in the long run, approach zero or a constant. Having found the 24 heights corresponding 



MidoifSht 



MidnigHt 
22 O" 2 




Fig. L 

to these sums, the}' may be plotted as hourl}^ ordinates; such a plotting would represent the 
required component tide combined with its harmonics. To analvze these 24 heights, Ao, Aj, Aj, 
. . . A,8, assume each to be of the form 

A=£fo4--li cos a/H--li sin a/-f-.l, cos 2 at-rA^ sin 2 a< + . . . 4-^ cos 8 at-\-A^ sin 8 a/, (22) 

where at=0-, 15^, 30 ^ .... 345 '. 

It is not difficult to show that the most probable values of ^,^, J. are given bv the equations 
24^o = >^o+Ai+/is+ . . . +K' 
12 J[i = AoCOsO^+Aj cos 16^+A, cos30'^+ . . . +A^3 cos 345^, 



12 ulg=Ao cos 0^+Ai cos 30-+A, cos 60^+ 
12 33 = Ao cos 0^+A, cos 45^+ A, cos 90^+ 



12 3, = Ao sin 0^+A, sin 15^+ A, sin 30^+ 
12 11^ = K «in 0^+Ai sin 30^+ A, sin 60^+ 
12 33=Ao sin 0^+A, sin 45°+ A, sin 90°+ 



+A^8 cos 330°, 
+A„ cos 315°, 



+A„ sin 345°, 
+A23 sin 330°, 
+A,3 sin 315°, 



(23) 



20 INTRODUCTION 

From these values of A^ A^ we find A and ct by the relations 

^ = (2« + 2*)5^, tan a= -j^ (^) 

J.^ then becomes known by the equation 

^o = argo^-«, (25) 

arj2fo -^ being known from astronomical considerations.* So for components B^ C^ etc. 

It may be added that because the hourly heights are tabulated in solar time most of the 
amplitudes as brought out in the analysis must be increased by a factor a little greater than 
unity, known as the augmenting factor; also that most of these amplitudes must be corrected 
for the longitude of the moon's node by the application of a suitable factor. For series less 
than about a j'^ear in length still other corrections must be applied. 

8. Terms sometimes useful in describing tides, 

A lunitldal interval is the period of time by which the tide of any place follows after 
the moon's local meridian passage, at either the upper or lower transit. Lunitidal intervals 
are divided into separate classes by appending qualifying words, to indicate the kind of 
tides to which they apply; for instance, m.ean high water lunitidal interval (HWI), mean 
low water lunitidal interval (LWI), mean tropic higher high water lunitidal interval 
(HHWl), mean tropic Imoer low water lunitidal interval (LLWI), and so on as occasion 
may arise to designate intervals as applying to a special group or class of tides. 

The tropic lunitidal intervals in Table 3 of this volume are followed by the letter a or i in 
order to enable one to obtain the approximate time of higher high and lower low water for any 
station. When the tropic interval (HHWI or LLWI) is marked a, add the interval to the local 

time of the moon's V^P^^ transit, or meridian passage, for^^^xu declination of the moon; and 

when it is marked h add the interval to the local time of the moon's V^^p transit for ^^"^v 

declination of the moon. See formulas (32) and (33). 

The establishment of the port^ or vulgar establishment^ as it is sometimes called, is the 
m^an high water full arid change lunitidal interval; that is, at the times of new and full 
moon. 

TTie corrected establishment of the port is the mean high water lunitidal interval (HWI) 
for one or more lunations, and it is usually from ten to fifteen minutes less than the vulgar 
establishment. 

Tlie priming of the tide is the periodic acceleration of its time of occurrence, due to the 
sun's eflfect. At such times the lunitidal intervals are less than their mean, so that the tides 
occur earlier than the average. The priming of the tides occur during the period between 
new or full moon and the following quadrature, beginning and ending at a time equal to 
the age of the phase inequality (26) after these phases. It attains its maximum effect soon 
after the first and fifth octants of the moon's phase. See table of phase effects (51). 

The lagging of the tide is the corresponding retardation in the thne of its occurrence, the 
greatest effect being soon after the third and seventh octants of the moon's phase. 

Mean range (Mn) is the average value of the semidail}'^ range of tide. When the tide ivS 
chiefly diurnal, the mean range [Mn] given in table 3 of this volume is inclosed in square 
brackets, and denotes the average of the few small semidiurnal tides which usually occur at 
such stations when the moon is near the equator. 

Spring range (Sg) is the greatest periodic semidaily range occurring usualh' one or two 
davs after new and full moon. The time after new and full moon is the age of the phase 
inequality. 

*The arguments for January 1 of each year from 1860 to 1950 are" given upon pages 195-204, Part II, U. 8. 
Coast and (Geodetic Survey Report for 1884. 



INTRODUCTION. 21 

Neap range (Np) is the smallest periodic semidaily mnge occurring usually one or two 
days after the moon is in quadrature — that is, after the first and third quarters. The time 
after the moon's quadratures is also the age of the phase inequality. 

Perigean range (Pn) is the greatest periodic semidaily range of tide occurring usually 
from one to three days after the moon is in perigee. The time after the moon's perigee is 
the age of the parallax inequality. 

Apogean range (An) is the smallest periodic semidaily range occurring usually from one 
to three days after- the moon is in apogee. The time after the moon's apogee is also the age 
of the parallax inequality. 

Great diurnal range (Gt) is the diflPerence between the mean of all the higher high waters 
(HHW) and the mean of all the lower low waters (LLW) of each day during one or more 
half tropical months. 

Sfnall diurnal range (SI) is the diflference between the mean of all the lower high waters 
(LHW) and the mean of all the higher low waters (HLW) of each day during one or more 
half tropical months. 

Oreat tropic range (Gc) is the greatest periodic daily range of tide usually occurring 
soon after the moon is farthest north or south from the equator and therefore near one of 
the tropics. The time after the moon's greatest declination is the age of the diurnal ine- 
quality. 

Small tropic range (Sc) is the smallest periodic daily range of tide usually occurring soon 
after the moon is farthest north or south from the equator and therefore near one of the 
tropics. The time after the moon's greatest declination is the age of the diurnal inequality. 

Tides determining the above ranges, or of simultaneous occurrence, may. be referred to 
as spring^ neap^ perigean^ tropic^ etc. ; a like remark is applicable to lunitidal intervals, and 
occasionally to other quantities. 

An inequality in the interval, range, or height of tide, is a systematic departure of the 
same from the mean value at a given station. The inequality having the period of a half 
synodic month is the pha%e inequality; that having an anomalistic month is the parallax 
inequality; that which has the period of a tropical month causes the two high waters or two 
low waters of a day to differ in height and is called the diurnal inequality. 

The Ojge of an inequality is the amount of time by which it follows its astronomical 
cause. The ages of the principal inequalities are given by the expressions^— 

Age of phase inequality = 0. 984 ( Sg° — M,^) hours (26) 

Age of parallax inequality =1.837 (M,^— N,^) hours (27) 

Age of diurnal inequality =0.911 (K^^-Oi^) hours (28) 

where the letters are the epochs or lags ( « ) of the harmonic components represented by them; 
their numerical values can be found in Table 4, for each of the seventy standard ports; and 
these ages are usually nearly constant over a considerable area. These times represent the 
retard of the spring and neap, the perigean and apogean, and the tropic tides, respectively, 
behind their astronomical causes. 

Tropic diurnal inequality (HWQ, LWQ) as here used .denotes the greatest periodic 
difference in height between two consecutive high waters or low waters, usually occurring 
soon after the moon is farthest north or soi^th from the equator; this inequality is determined 
by the tropic tides, although the smaller inequality at some stations may not then have, even 
approximately, its maximum value. 

Diurnal wave is that portion of the tide whose period is approximately one day, and 
where this wave predominates the tide is said to be chiefly diurnal. 

Sequence of tide is the order in which the four tides of a day occur, particularly when the 
moon is far from the equator. It may be expressed thus, HHW to LLW or LLW to HHW 



22 INTRODUCTION. 

former follows > 

as the case may be. The ^^^^^ expression indicates that tropic LL W . , tropic HHW 

without the lesser tides intervening. The time between tropic j t w and tropic rrTT vrr 

must be taken as less than a half lunar day. At some stations it is necessarj^ to have both 
sun and moon far from the equator in order to fix the sequence. 

Type of tide is the characteristic form of the tide. It is generally indicated by the 
sequence of tides, together with the ratios of each of the tropic diurnal inequalities, and of 
the spring range, to the mean range. For shallow waters, however, in rivers especially, 
the duration of rise or fall may become very important. 

Figure 2 illustrates the tropic tides and quantities connected with them at San 
Francisco. In this case the tide has a large diurnal inequality in heights, the sequence is 
HHW to LLW, and LWQ>HWQ. 



Transit 
(upper or lower) 



Transit 
CLower or upper) 



Transit 
(uppen or lower) 




Fig. 3. 

9. Th^iorettcal relations between the varUncs intervals^ ranges^ planes of reference^ etc. 
The duration of rise or fall of tide may be obtained from the following equations, add- 
ing 1 2*" 25°* when necessary to make the result positive. 

Duration of rise = HWI - LWI. (29) 

Duration of fall = LWI - HWI. (30) 

The sum of the four tropic lunitidal intervals is equal to twice the sum of the two mean 
intervals, thus: 

HHWI + LHWl + HLWI + LLWI = 2 (HWI + LWI.) (31) 

In Table 3, of these Tide Tables, only two of the tropic intervals are given, and the 
other two tropic intervals may be obtained from the following approximate relations: 

Tropic LHWI = 2 HWI - tropic HHWI. (32) 

Tropic HLWI = 2 LWI - tropic LLWI. (33) 



INTRODUCTION. 23 

Some approximate height relations are given in formulas (34) to (49). 

2Mn=:Sg + Np + i||^|E)!. (34) 

2 Mn = Gt + SI. (36) 

Gc-Sc = HWQ + LWQ. (36) 

For the great diurnal range (Gt) three cases are considered: 

Gt = iGc + i Mn, when either HWQ or LWQ (or both) exceeds —. (37) 

4 

Gt = Mn + i (HWQ + LWQ), when both HWQ and LWQ are less than ^. (38) 

4 

Gt = 0.64 /^Gc + t^"^-\ when the tide is chiefly diurnal. (39) 

For the depression of mean lower low water below mean low water three cases are con- 
sidered: 

LW -LLW= y^ + '^ (^^^°^' , when LWQ > HWQ, and also exceeds^. (40) 

LW - LLW = i (Gc - Mn) - ?^ - '^'^ HWQ^"^' ' '^^^'^ ^^^ ^ ^^^' ^"^ 
also exceeds—^. (41) 

LW - LLW = y^, when HWQ and LWQ are each less than MB. (^2) 

tJ 4 

LW - LLW = ^(MSL - TcLLW) ~ tM^V (43) 

when the tide is chiefly diurnal. In this case mean low water and mean range are limited 
to the equatorial tides. 

The heights of the tide are all referred to some one of the following three planes of 
reference: Mean low water, mean low-water springs, and mean lower low water. The defi- 
nition of each plane as used in these tables is given here by an expression which indicates 
its depression in feet below mean sea level. 

MSh— Mean low water =-^ , where Mn is the mean senaidiurnal range. (44) 

MS>h— Mean low watet* springs = -^, where Sg is the mean range of spring tide. (45) 

MSh— Mean lower low water depends upon the diurnal inequalities in high and low 
water, and there are four cases considered: 

MSL-LLW=^+I^+^«^:^% (46) 

when LWQ > HWQ, and exceeds, say, ^. 

MSL - LLW = J|-^ - ^ - g|Q - -^Vtf ">', (47) 

when H WQ > LWQ, and exceeds, say ,-M.". 

4 

MSL-LLW = ^^ + i^, (48) 

when HWQ and LWQ are each less than about -^, 

MSL - LLW = 0.64 fl + -^^"Z } (MSL - TcLLW) = (Gt -^ Gc) (MSL - TcLLW), 
when the tide is chiefly diurnal. (49) 



24 



INTRODUCTION. 



10. The effects of the moorCs parcHlaoi and phases upon the tirnes and heights of the tides. 

The tables given below enable one to approximately take account of the effect of the 
moon's distance upon the range of tide, and also the variations in time and height due to 
the relative positions of the sun and moon. 

FACTOR EXPRBB8IN6 THE EFFECT OF THE MOON's PARALLAX UPON THE MEAN RANGE OF TIDE. (50) 



Time. 


1 
1 


d. 




fO 


s 


1 


& 


2 


\i. 


3 
4 


r 


6 


55 


6 


< 


7' 



Factor q. 



1.17 
1.16 
1.15 
1.13 
1.09 
1.06 
1.02 
0.98 



Time. 




Factor q. 



Time. 



0.99 
0.96 
0.93 
0.90 
0.88 
0.87 
0.86 
0.86 



Factor q. 



0.86 
0.86 
0,87 
0.88 
0.90 
0.93 
0.96 
0.99 



Time. 




d. 


^ 


7 


» 


6 


.& 


5 


^8 


4 


iS"^ 


3 
2 




1 

io 



Factor 9. 



0.98 
1.02 
1.06 
1.09 
1.13 
1.15 
1.16 
1.17 



In making use of these tables for prediction purposes, the mean range (Mn) should be first 
multiplied by the factor q expressing the parallax effect; this corrected range should then be 
used in ascertaining the variation due to phase in the lunitidal interval and in obtaining the 

semirange of tide. 

(51) 



TABLE OF PHASE EFFECTS. 







Increase in luni- 


Increase In semi- 


Time 




Increase in luni- 


Increaije in semi- 




. 


Factor p.* 


Timt;. 


tidal intervals. 


range of tide. 


' 


tidal intervals. 


range 


of tide. 


Date. 


d. 


h. 


m. 








d. 


h. 


Wl. 












■ 







00 





MnX^ 


-f.23;.(Sg-Np) 







00 





Sg-Np 
MnXg 


-.29p(Sg-Np) 


Jan. 


1 


0.82 







06 


- 5 




-f.23 









06 


+13 




-.29 


li 




11 


0.88 







12 


-10 




+.23 









12 


+25 




-.28 


(i 




21 


0.96 







18 


-14 




-f.22 









18 


+35 




-.27 


n 




31 


1.04 


i 


1 


00 


-19 




f.21 




1 




00 


^44 




-.25 


ti 


Feb. 


10 


1.13 


1 


06 


-23 




+.20 






06 


+52 




-.23 


n 




20 


1.20 


•*3 


1 


12 


—28 




+.19 






12 


-^58 




—.21 


n 


Mar. 


2 


1.25 


(3C 

1 


1 


18 


-32 




+.18 




A 




18 


+62 




-.18 


n 




12 


1.27 


2 


00 


-37 




+.17- 




s 




00 


+65 




-.16 


li 




22 


1.28 


£• 


2 


06 


-41 




+.15 




^ 


2 


06 


+66 




-.13 


« 


Apr. 


1 


1.26 





2 


12 


-44 




+.13 




<j 


2 


12 


+67 




-^.10 


(( 




11 


1.22 




2 


18 


-49 




+.11 




2 


18 


+ 67 




-.08 


(< 




21 


1.14 


< 


3 


00 


-52 




+.09 






3 


00 


-f-66 




-.05 


(( 


May 


1 


1.06 




3 


06 


-56 




+.07 






3 


06 


+64 




-.02 


c< 




11 


0.96 




3 


12 


-69 




+.04 






3 


12 


+62 




.00 


<« 




21 


0.87 




3 


18 


-61 




+.02 






3 


18 


+60 




+.03 


(( 




31 


0.77 


14 


00 


-63 




-.01 






4 


00 


+57 




+.05 


I< 


June 


10 


0.71 




























20 


0.67 




























30 


0.68 


























July 


10 
20 


0.74 
0.82 




^4 


00 


-57 




+.05 




(^ 


00 


+63 




-.01 


(1 




30 


0.92 




3 


18 


-60 




+.03 






3 


18 


+61 




+.02 


<( 


Aug. 


9 


1.01 




3 


12 


-62 




.00 






3 


12 


+59 




+.04 


<( 




19 


1.10 




3 


06 


-64 




-.02 






3 


06 


+56 




+.07 


4( 




29 


1.18 


1 


3 


00 


-66 




-.05 




i 


3 


00 


+52 




+.09 


tl 


Sept. 


8 


1.23 


2 


18 


-67 




-.08 




1 


2 


18 


+49 




+.11 


a 




18 


1.26 


2 


12 


-67 




-.10 




■»3 


2 


12 


+'44 




+ .13 


a 




28 


1.26 


S* 


2 


06 


-66 




-.13 




g* 


2 


06 


+41 




+.15 


" 


Oct. 


8 


1.24 


^< 


2 


00 


-65 




-.16 




■|^ 


2 


00 


+37 




+.17 


n 




18 


1.20 


p 


1 


18 


-62 




-.18 




1 


18 


+32 




+.18. 


,(t 




28 


1.14 


1 


1 


12 


-58 




-.21 




£ 


1 


12 


+28 




+.19 


<i 


Nov. 


7 


1.06 


1 


06 


-52 




-.23 




•i 


1 


06 


+23 




+.20 


(C 




17 


0.97 


1 


00 


-44 




-.25 




& 


1 


00 


-rl9 




+.21 


II 




27 


0.89 







18 


-35 




-.27 









18 


+ 14 




+.22 


II 


Dec. 


7 


0.83 







12 


-25 




-.28 









12 


+ 10 




+.23 


II 




17 


0.79 


1 





06 


-13 




-.29 









06 


+ 5 




+.23 


II 




27 


0.80 


' lo 


00 







-.29 






fi 


00 







+.23 


II 


Jan. 


6 


0.85 



*The factor p applies to the "increase in the semirange of tide," and not to the ** increase in lunitidal intervals." 
declinations of tne sun and moon and to the solar parallax. 



It l8 due to the 



INTRODUCTION. 25 

In the column headed '^Increase in lunitidal intervals" the negative values are often 
spoken of as the priming and the positive ones as the lagging of the tide, § 8. 

The vulgar estahliahment^ being the interval at "full and change," may be obtained from 
the mean lunitidal interval by entering this table as many hours before spring tides as are 
contained in the age of the phase inequality, § 8, formula (26). 

11. Tidal currents. 

The velocity (drift) of a cuiTent is the rate at which the fluid particles move horizontally. 
It is usually expressed in knots, i. e., nautical miles per hour, but sometimes in feet per 
second. The velocity generally differs for different depths, but its value at the surface may 
be understood unless otherwise specified. The velocity of propagation of the tidal wave is 
many times greater than the velocity of the current, and the two must not be confounded. 

The direction (set) of a current is the direction or point of the compass toward which 
the fluid particles move. 

The movement of the fluid in one direction, usually inland, is siyXeA. floody and in the 
opposite direction, M. The two are not always distinct, and, even if they are, it is not 
always possible to know which movement should be taken for the flood and which for the ebb. 

Slack water denotes the state of the current when its velocity becomes a minimum. 

The effect of the tidal wave in giving rise to currents ma}'' be seen in two simple cases: 

(1) Where there is a small tidal basin connected with the sea by a large opening. 

(2) Where the"re is a large tidal basin connected with the sea by a very small opening. 
In the first case the velocity of the current in the opening will have its maximum value 

when the height of the tide within is changing most rapidly, i. e., at a time about midway 
between high and low water. The water in the basin keeps at approximately the same level 
as that of the water outside. Flood corresponds to the rising, and ebb to the falling tide 
within. E. g. the Golden Gate, Cal. 

In the second case the velocity of the current in the opening will have its maximum 
value when it is high water or low water without; for then there is the gi'eatest head of water 
for producing motion. Flood begins about three hours after low water, ebb about three 
hours after high water; that is, slack water occurs at times about midway between the tides. 

In an unobstructed wave, the flood velocity is a maximum at about the time of high 
water, and the ebb velocity becomes a maximum near the time of low water. 

In a stationary wave, the slack waters are almost simultaneous with the high and low 
waters. 

In some bodies of water, particularly long channels, such as tidal I'ivers, the directions 
of the currents are obviously governed by the trend of the banks; but in broader bodies, 
especially near the heads of gulfs and bays, the directions taken by the particles of water 
are not easily explained. It is quite common in such cases to find no true slack water, while 
the direction of the current shifts continually with the varying phases of the tide. 

12. References. 

The Tides and Kindred Phenomena in the Solar System, by George Howard Darwin, 1898. 
Reports of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, particularly 1883. 
Proceedings of the Royal Societ}"^ of London, particularly 1885 and 1889. 
A Manual of Tidal Observations, Maj. A. W. Baird [London, Taylor & Francis]. 
A Manual of Scientific Enquiry, article "Tides" [London, Eyre & Spottiswoode]. 
Encyclopaedias (Britannica, Metropolitana, Appleton's, and others), articles "Tides." 
Thomson's and Tait's Natural Philosophy, §§ 804-848. 



26 INTRODUCTION. 

Popular Lectures and Addrewses, Sir William Thomson, Vol. Ill, article "The Tides" 
[London, Macmillau & Company]. 

Astronomies (Chambers's, Vol. 1; Young's, and others). 

Philosopliical Transactions since 1830; articles by J. W. Lubbock, Rev. W. Whewell, 
Sir G. B. Airy, Sir William Thomson, Prof. G. H. Darwin. 

Reports of the Coast and Geodetic Survey, articles by Prof. A. D. Bache, R. S. Avery, 
Prof. William Ferrel, and others; particularly 1854, 1866, 1856, 1868, 1874, 1875, 1876, 1878, 
1883, 1894, 1897, 1900, and 1904. 

Newton's Principia, Book I, Prop. LXVI; Book III, Props. XXIV, XXXVI, and 
XXXVII. 

Laplace's Traits de M^canique Celeste, Books IV and XIII. 

Bibliograpbie g^n^rale de 1' Astronomic, Houzeau and Lancaster [Brussels, 1882], Vol. 
II, contains a bibliography of all papers on the theory of tides since the time of Newton. 

List and Catalogue of the Publications issued by the Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1816 
to 1902, published in 1902. See under head of Physical Hydrography. 

13. An^angement and vse of these tide tables. 

EXPLANATION OP TABLES. 

In attempting to extend the tide tables to all waters, the Survey has utilized information 
from a variety of foreign sources. The chief of these are: The Proceedings of the Royal 
Society of London, 1885, 1889, 1902; Keports on the operations of the Survey of India 
Department; the British, German, French, and other tide tables; observations and results 
furnished to the Survey through our foreign consulates; observations loaned on special 
requests, and voluntary contributions from several hydrographic surveys. See acknowl- 
edgments in Preface. 

Tahle 1^ pages 52-33^. — ^This table gives full predictions, that is, tabulated high and low 
waters for each day of the year, for seventy stations. They have been made by means of 
the Ferrel tide-predicting machine described in Appendix 10 of the Superintendent's Report 
for 1883. The harmonic constants underlying these predictions are given in Table 4, where 
will also be found the lengths of the series of observations analyzed. 

A. note at the bottom of each page shows the kind of time used and the plane from 
which the heights are reckoned. 

For convenience, the phases of the moon, together with the times of its extreme 
distances and declinations, are given in connection with the calendar of each station. More 
exact values will be found in Tables 7 and 8. 

Taile2^j}ages 333-337. — The first three pages of this table afford a ready means of 
finding the approximate height of the tide at any intermediate time between high and low 
water ior those ports on the Atlantic coast of the United States for which full predictions 
are given. This table may be extended to the subordinate stations (given in Table 3) 
referred to these principal stations by multiplying its values by the ratio of mean ranges, 
provided the duration of rise or fall is sensibly the same at the subordinate as at the 
principal station. Tables 2A and 2B have been so designated in order to avoid changing 
the number of the tables which follow. Table 2A is an auxiliary table by means of which 
Table 2B may be adapted to almost any kind of tide, whether semidiurnal or diurnal. It is 
believed that these tables will be found more satisfactory than any general tables which 
have ever been published heretofore for finding the height between the times of high and 
low water. 



INTEODUCTION. 27 

Table 3^ pages J^<9-^5.— This table gives the following items: 

First. A list of about 3,000 tidal stations arranged in geographic order; the names of 
the seventy stations of Table 1 are printed in small capitals. 

Second. Their approximate geographic position. If we put S and L for the west 
longitudes in time of the standard time and local meridians, respectively, we have the 
following: 

The correction to change standard to local time= S—L. (62) 

The correction to change local to standard time= Z—>S'. (53) 

For east longitude reverse the signs in equations (52) and (53). 

Third. The standard or principal port to which they are referred. 

Fourth. The diflFerences and ratios to be applied to the predicted times and heights of 
the principal port, Table 1, for obtaining the tides at any given subordinate port. The 
tides so obtained are already expressed in the kind of time given in connection with these 
differences. 

The time differences are computed as follows: 

Diff. for time of HW=(HWI),,-(HWI),zbAS,=FAS,,+l3V (=bZ,,qFZ,)+n (12»^ 25"). (54) 
Diff. for time of LW=(LWI),,-(LWI),zb.?,=FxS^,+l3V (±Z,,=fZ,)+7i (12*^ 25"). (55) 
Single subscripts refer to the principal station, and double subscripts to the subordinate 
station. The upper sign is used for west longitude and the lower one for east longitude. 
Z=the longitude of the station in time. 
AS'^the longitude of the time meridian used. 
71—0 when the corresponding tropic intervals at both stations are marked with the same 

letter. 
« = d= 1 when the corresponding tropic intervals at the two stations are marked with differ- 
ent letters, the sign giving the smaller result being usuall}'^ preferred. 
n=zfc 2 when the tide is chiefly diurnal, and it is desired to change the sign of the direct 
difference; also when the two stations are situated upon opposite sides of the day-line 
in the Pacific Ocean. 
Sometimes when the corresponding height inequalities are small the markings of the 
tropic intervals at the two stations are ignored in computing the time difference. For 
stations where the tide is chiefly diurnal the tropic intervals are compared to get the time 
differences. If the Russian calendar is desired for Siberian or other stations, subtract 
thirteen days from the dates given by application of the differences. 

If the subordinate station is properly referred, the times of high and low water ought 
to be correctly given by means of the tidal differences, and in the kind of time indicated in 
these columns, without regard to the time used for the standard port. 
The height differences are computed as follows: 

Difference for height of HW = [/>,,+i (Mn),,]-[2>,+i (Mn)J (56) 

Difference for height of LW=[Z>,,-i (]VIn),,]-[2>,~i (Mn),] (57) 

where D^ and D„ are the depressions below mean sea level of the planes of reference at the 
standard and subordinate ports, respectively, as given in Table 3. 

The heights of the tides are referred to one of three planes of reference: Mean low 
water, mean lower low water, and mean low water springs, § 9, formulas (44) to (49). 

The differences may be used without material error only when the ratio of ranges is not 
far from unity. The heights thus obtained are reckoned from the plane of reference indicated 
in the difference columns, no matter what plane has been used for the predictions at the 
standard port. The approximate depression of this plane below mean sea level is given on 
the opposite page, in the third column from the last. 



28 INTRODUCTION. 

In no case snould the height diflferences be used, except for veiy rough results, where 
the ratio of ranges differs as much as 25 per cent from unity. A much better estimate 
of the heights at the subordinate station can always be obtained by using the formula 

K^rh^+D.^-rD, (58) 

in which D, and D,, are the same as before, h, and h,^ are the heights of the tide at the 
standard and the subordinate ports, respectively, and r is the ratio of ranges. When both 
stations are referred to mean low water or to mean low water springs, -D/y— r Df may be 
neglected, and the formula becomes h^^^r k,. (59) 

Fifth. Lunitidal intervals, mean and tropic. See §§ 1, 8, 9, and 10. The tropic 
lunitidal intervals marked a are to be added to the time of the moon's upper transit for north 
declination, and to the lower transit for south declination of the moon; those intervals marked 
h are to be added to the time of the moon's upper transit for south declination, and to the 
lower transit for north declination of the moon. It is to be noted that the values given are 
for tropic higher high and lower low water, and not for the tropic lower high and higher 
low water. To obtain such an interval approximately, change the letters a and h and find an 
interval as much greater than the mean interval as the given tropic interval is less. See 
formulas (32) and (33). 

Sixth. Ranges of tide: Mean, spring, neap, and great tropic. See §§ 8, 9, and 10. In 
some localities the tide is chiefly diurnal — that is, usually only one high and one low water 
occur in twenty-four hours; for such places the columns for mean interv^als and ranges are 
either left vacant, or else the given values have been inclosed in brackets. The bracketed 
values are for the semidiurnal part of the tide, and generally occur in nature only for a day 
or two while the moon is near the equator. 

Seventh. Tropic diurnal inequalities in height. See § 8. 

Eighth. Tropic rtfnge and interval of the diurnal portion of the tide. The interval is 
reckoned from an upper north or a lower south transit. It is hoped that the interval column, 
now largely vacant, may eventually be filled out, thus enabling one to trace the progress of 
the diurnal wave over the earth's surface. 

Ninth. The position of the plane of predictions and of the tropic lower low water with 
respect to mean sea level. The former is of use in comparisons between observations and the 
predictions which are obtained by applying the differences for heights, as the local mean sea 
level can be approximately determined from a few readings of the tide staff. The latter, in 
connection with the data given in the other columns, enables one to construct a type curve 
for the locality similar to that given in paragraph 8. 

Tenth. The variation of the compass for the year 1907. 

Items here numbered five to nine (i. e., the right-hand page of Table 3) are intended for 
such nonharmonic quantities as best describe the tide, showing its character, magnitude, 
relation to the moon's transits and to mean sea level. See Fig. 2, § 8. The tidal differences 
and ratios are dependent upon these quantities. 

This table is at present very imperfect, owing to a want of properly distributed 
observations upon which to base conclusions and to a want of time in which to utilize the 
observations already at hand. Improved values will be substituted from year to year 
wherever the present ones may prove to be erroneous, and all persons are urged to send 
information for correcting these Tide Tables to the Superintendent, Coast and Geodetic 
Survey, Washington, D. C, U. S. A. 

TcAleJi^pdgea JfSJ^-Ji57, — ^This table gives the amplitudes and epochs of the harmonic 
constants used in making the predictions for the principal tidal stations, together with the 
lengths of the series of observations used in their determination and the sources from which 
they were obtained. 



INTRODUCTION. 29 

Table 5y pages 4S8-4S9. — ^This table gives the variations in mean sea level due to the 
annual and semiannual components for such of the ports for which full predictions are given 
as our information permits. This table gives the value of 

Sa cos (A-SaQ)+Ssa cos (2A-SsaO) (60) 

or the height of the mean sea level at any time above the mean sea level for the year; h is 
the mean longitude of the sun=(^|)°Xday of year— 80°; Sa, Sa° are the amplitude and 
epoch of the annual component, and Saa, Ssa° the same for the semiannual component, the 
values of which are given in Table 4. 

The heights in these Tide Tables have been reckoned from some mean plane which is 
regarded as fixed throaghout the year, but the changes in surface level due to season of the 
year arising from meteorological causes are given in Table 5 for the first and sixteenth of 
each month. For instance, at St. Johns, Newfoundland, from November to February the 
sea iis above ts mean level, and from April to September it is below its mean for the whole 
year. 

Table 6, pages 4j60-4^1, gives the Greenwich mean civil time of the transit of the moon 
across the meridian of Greenwich, together with the equation of time for Greenwich 
apparent noon. 

To adapt this table to the local time of another meridian, add 2.1 minutes (or more 
accurately, the tabular hourly difference) for each hour or 15° of west longitude, and subtract 
the same for east longitude; that is, Gr. time transit ±: Lx tab. diff. (or approx. it Z X 2.1 
min.)= Local time transit. (61) 

The upper sign to be used for west longitude, and the lower sign for east longitude. 
This result may be changed to standard time by (53), or we may pass directly from 
Greenwich to standard time, thus: 

Gr. time transit + 60 (1.035 Z— /S') = Standard time transit, where Z and S are the 
west longitudes in time of the local meridian and of the time meridian, respectively. The 
expression 60 (1.035 Z—S) gives the correction to the Greenwich transits in minutes of 
time. (62) 

Tables 7 and 5, page ]fi2^ give the Greenwich mean civil times of the moon's phases, 
extreme distances, and declinations. To adapt these tables to any other meridian than that 
of Greenwich, sfubtract the longitude in time when it is west and add it when east. To 
express the result in standard time, S^ subtract S hours from the tabular values. 

Table P, pa^es iBS-It96. — ^This table gives the direction and velocity of the current at 
certain stations on the Atlantic coast of the United States for three hours before and three 
hours after high and low water. Current diagrams have been prepared in the Tidal Division 
of this Office, showing the currents on Georges Bank, in Boston Harbor, Nantucket and 
Vineyard Sounds, New York Harbor, Delaware Bay, and Chesapeake Bay. They have been 
constructed upon a plan devised jointly by Lieut. E. H. Tillman, U. S. N., Assistant, Coast and 
Geodetic Survey, and Mr. John Ross, Nautical Expert, of the same Survej\ The predicted 
times of every slack water in the year 1907 are given for Seymour Narrows, B. C, and 
Sergius Narrows, Alaska. Some brief notes are also added in regard to the times of slack 
current at a few other places on the Pacific coast. See examples 7-12, pages 36-38. 

Table 10^ pages ^97-6 17, — ^This table gives the mean local civil time of the rising and 
setting of the sun's upper limb for every fifth day of the year, and practically for each degree 
of latitude from 'the equator to either pole. The observer's eye is supposed to be 15 feet 
above the sea level or above the plane of land. The table was computed by applying the 
equation of time to the hour angle given by the formula 

^ cos C— sin (psind 4. ^ //.ox 

cos^= — cos y cos (^ — = cos C sec 9? sec <^- tan 9?tan 6, (63) 



30 INTRODUCTION. 

in which 

t = the hour angle of the sun; 

9? = the latitude of the station (+ if north,— if south); 
<J = the sun's declination (+ if north,— if south); 
C = the sun's zenith distance = 90° 56' 09" = 90^ + r + « - ^ + ^, 

where 

T — the refraction in the horizon = 36' 29" 

s = the sun's semidiameter — 16 01 

7C — the sun's horizontal parallax = 09 

d = the dip of the horizon for a height of 15 feet = 3 48 

The particular values of the declination used were obtained in the following way: A 
mean of the sun's declination at Greenwich apparent noon for the same dates between 
March 1, 1901, and March 1, 1905, was taken for every fifth day; also a mean value for the 
variation in declination for one hour was found in the same way. From these quantities a 
mean value of the declination for six hours before and six hours after Greenwich apparent 
noon was found for each date. The former were used as the values of the declination for 
computing the times of sunrise, and the latter for computing the times of sunset. A mean 
value for the equation of time was found similarly for the same dates and applied to the 
values obtained by the formula. 

The times of sunrise and sunset are exact for the given declinations. If accuracy is 
desired, enter the table with the declination as an argument, interpolating when necessary. 
A table of this kind, using dates as an argument, will not apply equally well to all years, but 
the 'Approximate date "of these tables will rarely be a whole day too early or too late. 
Hence, it will usually suffice to enter the table with the date as an argument, thus avoiding 
the necessity of ascertaining the sun's declination. The error resulting from using the 
approximate date as the true one varies with the season of the year, for near the solstices it 
will be practically nothing for all ordinary latitudes, and near the equinoxes it may in 
extreme cases be as much as two minutes in latitude 50^. 

The critical declinations for failure to rise or set were obtained by the following 
formulas: 

Failure to rise when d = :=pdO^ 56' 09" + (p (64) 

Failure to set when <J = zb 89° 03' 51" - <p (65) 

the upper sign being used for north latitudes and the lower for south. 

Whenever the sunlight exceeds twenty-four hours the limiting dates are given between 
which any portion of the sun, however small, remains visible, and the corresponding dates 
are also given whenever the sun remains entirely invisible for more than twenty-four hours. 
The dates were obtained by means of the mean values of the declination and are therefore 
only approximate. 

The duration of sunlight may be found by adding 12^ to the time of setting and sub- 
tracting the time of rising from the sum. The difference in the duration of sunlight for the 
forenoon and afternoon of the same day, which sometimes amounts to more than half an hour, 
is twice the equation of tipie, slightly modified by the sun's motion in declination between 
rising and setting. 

The sun's zenith distance, C=90° 56' 09", was taken as constant, for the variation of 
refraction in the horizon is the only element which might produce a sensible change in the 
time of rising or setting, and it is impossible to estimate these variations in advance. 
Fortunately, however, there will rarely be any material error in the table from this source, 
for even under the most extreme changes in atmospheric temperature and pressure, refraction 



INTRODUCTION. 81 

in the horizon can not vary more than about 8' on either side of its mean value, which at the 
time of the local summer solstice, when its greatest possible effect is produced, would make 
only a few seconds' difference in time of rising or setting near the equator, the correction 
becoming a whole minute in latitude 48°, two minutes in latitude 61°, and in higher latitudes 
the effect rapidly increases as the pole is approached. Hence, as the usual variations in 
refraction are much less than the above, it is believed that the table will generally be found 
correct to the nearest minute for all usual latitudes, but may occasionally be out from three 
to five minutes or more in very high latitudes. 

Table 11^ pages 618-519. — This table gives the mean local civil time of the beginning of 
morning astronomical twilight and of the end of evening astronomical twilight for various 
latitudes and declinations. Astronomical twilight is assumed to begin or end when the sun's 
center is 18° below the rational horizon, at which time total darkness, so far a§ the sun is 
concerned, ends or begins. This value of 18° for the sun's center below the horizon, which 
is generally accepted as the limit of astronomical twilight, was determined from observa- 
tions made in rather high latitudes, and is probably somewhat too large for low latitudes, 
where twilight may begin later in the morning and end sooner in the evening than given by 
this table. The table is similar in arrangement to Table 10, but less extended, and was com- 
puted in the same manner, taking C as 108°. It is exact for the given declinations, but 
applies onl}^ approximately to the dates given. In so indefinite a matter as twilight inter- 
polation by estimation will usually be sufficiently accurate, without the trouble of computing 
proportional parts. 

The duration of twilight for any given day may be found by subtracting the time of 
beginning of morning twilight from the time of sunrise or by subtracting the time of sun- 
set from the time of end of evening twilight. In latitudes where there is an interval of 
darkness each twentj'^-four hours, the longest twilight occurs in June north of the equator 
and in December south of the equator, about the time of the summer solstice. The shortest 
twilights occur when the sun is a little more than 90° from the elevated pole, those in the 
United States being in the first halves of March and October. 

Civil twilight begins or ends when the sun's center is 6° below the rational horizon. 
At this time the brightest stars are visible. The duration of civil twilight is usually about 
one-third of the duration of astronomical twilight, but is less than one-third when the astro- 
nomical twilight is very long. 

Table 12^ p<^e 520. — This table gives the reduction of local mean time to standard 
meridian time. Whenever standard time is used, the values given in Tables 10 and 11 must 
be corrected by the difference of longitude in time between the station and its standard 
meridian by means of Table 12. 

14. Examples of ttie use of these tables. 

On the Use of Tables 1, 3, and 6, Examples 1 to 6. 

Example 1. — Find the times and heights of high and low waters at Pulpit Harbor, Me., 
August 24, 1907. 

For the State of Maine the index refers to page 346, indicating the beginning of the 
portion of Table 3 in which Pulpit Harbor is found in its geographic sequence. The standard 
port for reference is there seen to be Boston, page 69. 



82 



INTRODUCTION. 



^ 


SUnd&rd time. 


Height. 


Page 71. First LW at Boston, August 24, 1907 


h. 

5 

- 


m. 
40 
37 


Feel. 
- L6 
0.0 


Page 348. LW differences for Pulpit Harbor 


First LW at Pulpit Harbor, August 24, 1907 


5 


03 


-1.6 


Page 71. First HW at Boston, August 24, 1907 


11 
- 


48 
34 


10.3 

+ 0.3 

-r 


Page 348. H W differences for Pulpit Harbor 


First H W at Pulpit Harbor, August 27, 1907 




11 


14 


10.6 


Page 71. Second LW at Boston, August 24, 1907 


17 
- 


57 
37 


- 1.2 
0.0 


Page 348. LW differences for Pulpit Harbor i 


Second LW at Pulpit Harbor, August 24, 1907 

Page 71. First HW at Boston, August 25, 1907 


17 


20 


- 1.2 



- 


10 
34 


11.3 
+ 0.3 


Page 348. H W differences for Pulpit Harbor 


Second H W at Pulpit Harbor, August 24, 1907 


23 


36 


11.6 



0*" is midnight, 12*^ is noon; all hours less than 12 are in the forenoon (a. m.), all greater 
are in the afternoon (p. m.) and when diminished by 12 give the times after noon; for instance, 
23*^ 36™ is 11^ 36" p. ra. 

If, for any reason, local time is desired, it may be obtained from the column of Table 3 
headed "Longitude in time" by subtracting this longitude for the station from the standard 
time meridian and applying this diflference, according to sign, to the predictions given b}- 
these tables. See formula (62). For instance, the standard time meridian at Pulpit Harbor 
is 6^, and the local longitude is 4*" 36"; hence 6*" — 4** 36"= + 24" is the correction to change 
standard to local time at Pulpit Harbor. But it must be borne in mind that local time is 
rarely used in the United States. 

Exaviple 2 — Rough predictions without the vse of Table 1, — Find the approximate times 
and heights of high and low waters at Pulpit Harbor, Me., for the date given in Example 1, 
without making use of Table 1. 

At this station the diurnal and phase inequalities being comparatively small, the approx- 
imate times of the tides may be, obtained by adding the lunitidal intervals, Table 3, line 
24, page 349, to the moon's local transits, but for convenience Greenwich transits, Table 6, 
will be used directly, and the lunitidal intervals adapted to them by adding, once for all, 
60 (1.035Z— aS), from equation 62, page 29. For Pulpit Harbor this is 

60[(1.0a5x4^6)-5''] = - 14". 
. • . Adapted HWI=11»' 02'»-14™=10'^ 48"', 
Adapted LWI= 4M9'»-14"= 4" 35'°. 



Page 461. Moon's transits, August 24, 1907 

Adapted HWI 

Standard times of HVV's, August 24, 1907 

Page 461. Moon's transits, August 24, 1907 

Adapted LWI 

Standard times of LW's, August 24, 1907 



h. 


10 


m. 
35 ' 

48 ; 


h. 

(13 

10 


m. 
02) 

48 


11 


23 


23 


50 



4 


35 
35 


''\ 


02) 
35 


5 


10 1 

1 


17 


37 



INTRODUCTION. 



38 



From Table 3 (pp. 348-349, line 24) we find Mn=9.9 feet, and that the plane of reference is 
mean low water. The time and height of tides, August 24, thus roughly predicted, would be 

6 :10 11 :23 17 :37 23 :50 
0.0 9.9 0.0 9.9 

The above example is given for the purpose of illustrating the use of a table of the 
moon's ti'ansits as a ready means for making approximate predictions for any year. For 
the year of the fide tables the method is not recommended, the preceding or following being 
easier of application and generally more exact. 

Examples. — Find the times and heights of high and low waters at Juneau, Alaska, 
January 28, 1907. 

For the territory of Alaska the index refers to page 400, indicating the beginning of 
the portion of Table 3 in which Juneau is found in geographic sequence. The standard 
port for reference is there seen to be Sitka, page 165. In this example, formula (58) on 
page 28 is used in obtaining the heights because the ratio of ranges diflfers more than 25 per 
cent from unitv. 





standard time. 


Height. 


Page 165. Second HW at Sitka, January 28, 1907 


h. 



+ 


m. 
45 
36 


Feet, 
10.6 
ratio 1. 88 


Page 402. H W difference for Juneau ./.... 


Product, r hy = 


19.9 
- 4.5 


Page 402. i>/^— r />^=9.4— 1.88X7.4= 




First HW at Juneau, January 28, 1907 






1 


21 


15.4- 


Page 165. First LW at Sitka, January 28, 1907 


6 
+ 


02 
35 


6.1 


Page 402. LW difference for Juneau 


ratio 1. 88 


Product, r h/= ...... 


11.5 
- 4.5 


Page 402. i)^^— r I>/=9.4-~1.88x7.4= 






Firet LW at Juneau, January 28, 1907 






6 


37 


. 7.0 


Page 166. Second H W at Sitka, January 28, 1907 


11 
4- 


48 
36 


11.9 
ratio 1.88 


Page 402. H W difference for Juneau 


Product, T /i/= 


22.4 
- 4.5 


Page 402. D,^—r i)/=9.4— 1.88X7.4= 




Second H W at Juneau, January 28, 1907 




12 


24 


17.9 


Page 165. Second LW at Sitka, January 28, 1907 


18 

+ 


35 
35 


1.1 
ratio 1.88 


Page 402. L W difference for Juneau 


Product. T hj= ... 


2.1 
- 4.5 


Page 402. i),/—r i>/=9.4— 1.88X7.4= 




Second LW at Juneau, January 28, 1907 




19 


10 


- 2.4 


• 



Example 4 — A more accurate method for determining the height of the tide at any seconda/ry 
station where tJie tide never hecoines dkirnal, — Find the heights of high" and low waters at 
Juneau, Alaska, for the date given in Example 3. 

It often happens that the ratio of ranges of the diurnal wave for the principal and 
subordinate stations is not equal to the initio of their mean ranges. This implies that the 
types of the tides at the two places are not exactly similar. The following method, which 
is somewhat more elaborate than the one just exemplified, should be used if more carefully 
predicted heights are required: 

(a) Find the times of the required tides as in the above example, and then copy the 
heights from the predictions for the standard port, beginning and ending so as to include at 
each end one high and one low water before and after the required heights; for distinction 
these extra heights may be inclosed in brackets. 
1223-06 ^3 



84 INTKODUCTION. 

(b) From Table 3 take out the following quantities, the notation used here being temporary : 
T =the ratio of ranges. 

,__ tropic range diurnal wave secondary station. 
"tropic range diurnal wave primary station. 
2?^= depression below mean sea level of reference plane at the standard port. 
2)^^= depression below mean sea level of reference plane at the subordinate port. 

(c) The high and low water inequalities (HWQ), (LWQ), given in Table 3, are for the 
tropic tides^ and will not apply to other tides. To find the high-water inequality {HW ineq.) 
for any high water at the principal station, take the mean dilference between its height and 
that of the preceding and following high waters of (a); and then multiply it by i (/•—/) of (b). 
The low-water inequality (Z Wineq.) is found in a similar manner, and multiplied by the 
same factor. The inequality obtained by comparing a higher high water with the lower 
high waters on either side of it may be marked (HW ineq,)^^ and the inequality of which 
the lower high water is the middle height may be marked {IIW ineq,)^. Similarly the low- 
water inequalities are designated (Z Wineq,)^^ and (Z Wineq,\^ for the lower low waters and 
higher low waters, respectively. 

(d) The required heights are then given by the following equations, where single sub- 
scripts refer to heights at the standard and double subscripts to heights at the subordinate 
or required station: 

(HLW),,=rX(HLW),+(2>,,~rx2>,)-(Z W in^j,)^ xi (r- /) 
(LLW), =rX(LLW), +{D,-rxD)+{L W hieq.)^^ {r-r') 
Applying the above to the given example for Juneau, the computation is as follows: 
(a,) The heights from page 166, for Sitka, are: 

Jan. 27, 1907, [11.7 1.5] 

Jan. 28, 1907, 10.6 6.1 11.9 1.1 

Jan. 29, 1907, [10.8 5.7] — 

(b^) The ratio of ranges is given on page 402, line 25, as r=1.88; to find /, observe on 
page 403, line 25, that the tropic range of the diurnal wave for Juneau is 6.8, and line 44, page 

403, for Sitka, the corresponding value is 4.9, hence /•'= j^^ =1.39; on the same lines we 

find 2)^=7.4, and 2)^^=9.4. The term (D^^—rxD,)^ in the above equations, is a constant for 
any given station and is here equal to 9.4— 1.88x7.4=— 4.5. Of the unbracketed heights, 
10.6 is the LHW, 6.1 the HLW, 11.9 the HHW, and 1.1 the LLW. Taking the mean of the 
differences between each of these and the preceding and following tide of same phase, we 
obtain the inequalities as shown below. 

(c^) The high-water inequalities are: 
11.7-10.6=1.1 for LHW 11.9-10.6=1.3 for HHW 

11.9-10.6=1^ for LHW 11.9t-10.8=1.1 for HHW 

Mean =1.2 for LHW Mean =1.2 for HHW 

Factor = .245 =^ (r-/) Factor = .245=i (r-/) 

Product =0.3 =^{irWineq.)f,X^{r-/) Product =0.3 ={£rWtneq.)aXi (r-r^) 

The low-water inequalities are: 
6.1-1.5=4.6 for HLW 6.1-1.1=5.0 for LLW 

6.1-1.1=5^ for HLW 5.7-1.1=4^ for LLW 

Mean =4.8 for HLW Mean =4.8 for LLW 

Factor = .245=t(r-/) Factor = .246=i (r-r') 

Product=1.2 =(Z Wiveq.)f,Xi (r-r^ Product = 1.2 =(Z Wi?ieq.)aXi (r-/) 



INTRODUCTION. 



85 



(d^) The required heights at Juneau are therefore: 

(LHW),,=1.88X10.6 -4.5+0.3= 15.7 feet 
(HLW),,=1.88X 6.1-4.5-1.2= 5.8 feet. 
(HHW);,=1.88X11.9 -4.5-0.3= 17.6 feet. 
(LLW),, =1.88X 1.1 -4.5+1.2= -1.2 feet. 
The heights by this process are reckoned from the plane given at the head of the col- 
umns of differences for heights in Table 3, which in this case is the mean of the lower low 
waters. In Table 5 are given the variations of mean sea level at many of the principal poits, 
from which one may roughly estimate the correction due to season of the year at the subor- 
dinate port. For the above example this correction happens to be about +0.2 feet, and it 
affects all heights alike. 

MBample 6 — JRa^igh predictwns without the use of Table 1. — Find the approximate times 
and heights of high and low waters at Juneau, Alaska, for the date given in Example 3. 

At this station the diurnal inequality is large, especially when the moon is far from the 
equator, as it is upon January 28, 1907. For such dates the times of tide become approxi- 
mately known by adding the tropic intervals, properly adapted, as in Example 2, to the 
Greenwich transits, Table 6. 



Adapted tropic HHWI= 

Adapted tropic LLWI= 7 

Adapted HWI= 

Adapted LWI= ft 

Adapted tropic LHWI=2x(l 

Adapted tropic HLWI=2X(7 



m. h. 
19 -f 
06 4- 
45 -h 
56 -f 
02) -(0 
13)- (7 



m. h. 
17 =0 
17 =7 
17 =1 
17 =7 
36) =1 
23) =7 



m. 

366 

236 

02 

13 

28a 

03a 



Pace 460. Moon's transits, January 27, 28, 1907 


h. m. 
22 57 
1 28a 


h. m. 

(11 22) 

366 


Adapted tropic HWrs 

Standard time of H W's, January 28, 1907 


26 


11 68 


Page 460. Moon's transits, January 27, 28, 1907 


22 57 
7 03a 


(11 22) 
7 236 


Adapted tropic LWI's 


Standard time of LW's, January 28, 1907 


6 00 


18 45 





Table 3, page 403, line 25, gives 2.2 and 6.2 feet for the tropic diurnal inequality in HW 
and LW, respectively, and 14.6 feet for mean range. Consequently the higher high water 
should be about one-half the tropic diurnal inequality higher than mean HW, and the lower 



high water as much lower, 
to mean low water are: 



So for the low waters. The heights of the four tides referred 

It. Ft, It, 
HHW=14.5+1.1= 16.6 
LHW =14.6-1.1= 13.4 
HLW= 0+3.1= 3.1 
LLW= 0-3.1=- 3.1 

The predictions obtained from Table 1 are referred to the mean of the lower low waters, 

which is, by § 9, formula (40), 

6.2 , .04 (18.3-14.5)' _o^ 
3 "^ 6.2 . 

feet below mean low water. Arranging. the tides in the order of occurrence and referring 
the heights just obtained to the plane of mean lower low water, we have 



LHW 


HLW 


HHW 


LLW 


0:26 


6:00 


11:58 


18:45 


15.6 


5.3 


17.8 


-0.9 



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INTRODUCTION. 



Example 6. — Find the times and heights of high and low water at Shibayama, Japan, 
March 9, 1907. 

For Japan the index refers to page 406, indicating the beginning of the portion of Table 
3 in which Shibayama is found in its geographic sequence. The standard port for reference 
is there seen to be San Francisco Entrance, page 153. 





standard time. 

h. m. 

13 55 

~ 9 53 


Height. 


Page 153. Second LW at San Francisco, March 9, 1907 

Page 408. LW difference for Shibayama 


Feet, 
-0.2 
ratio 0.13 




First LW at Shibayama, March 9, 1907 


4 


_02_ 


0.0 




Page 153. Second HW at San Francisco, March 9, 1907 

Page 408. H W difference for Shibayama 


21 
-10 


15 
17 


4.6 1 
ratio 0. 13 i 






First H W at Shibayama, March 9, 1907 


10 


58 


0.6 1 




1 


Page 153. First LW at San Francisco, March 10, 1907 


1 
- 9 


45 
53 


3. 1 


Page 408. LW difference for Shibayama 


ratio 0. 13 






Second LW at Shibayama, March 9, 1907 


15 


52 


0.4 




Page 153. First HW at San Francisco, March 10, 1907 


7 
-10 


50 
17 


5.6 
ratio 0. 13 


Page 408. HW difference for Shibayama 




Second HW at Shibayama, March 9, 1907 


21 


33 


0.7 





These predictions for Shibayama are in Cosmopolitan or Standard time of the one hundred 
and thirty -fifth meridian east, and the date requires no altemtion, because the one station is 
east of the day line and the other is west. In predicting tides from the moon's transits (see 
examples 2, 5), yiSand L for Shibayama become negative— i. e., they are reckoned eastward; 
if taken otherwise, the change of date introduced by going westward from Greenwich to 
Shibayama would have to be allowed for. 

The heights are reckoned from the plane of mean lower low water, because they are 
proportional to those at San Francisco. 

It may be noted that wherever height diflPerences are used the heights obtained are 
approximately referred to the plane of reference given in the columns of height differences. 
Table 3; but when ratios are used the plane of reference at the subordinate station has the 
same definition with respect to the tides as has the plane used at the principal station. 

On the Use of Table 9 — Current Tables, Examples 7 to 12. 

ExampU 7, — Find the direction and velocity of the current at station (5), page 466, 
which is in mid-channel south from Clark Island, Portsmouth Harbor, at noon, July 5, 1907. 

From the current table, page 466, we find that the currents in this vicinity are referred 
to the tides at Portland, the predictions for which begin on page 65. 

Upon referring to these predictions it is seen that noon, July 5, 1907, is about one hour 
before Portland low water. The current table, for station (5), page 466, shows that at such 
a time the direction of the current is N. 84° E., and that its velocity is 2.3 knots. 

Exmnjjle 8, — Find the times, referred to the Boston tides, of slack water and of 
strength of current at station (1), page 467, which is in South Channel 1,2 miles N. 85° E, 
from Deer Island Light, Boston Harbor. 

To find the times of slack with regard to high or low water, observe where the current 
table, for station (1), page 467, shows a sudden change of direction, which is between h. 
and 1 h. after HW, and h. and 1 h. after LW at Boston. In the first instance the 



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87 



velocities are 0.1 and 0.8 knot, which are to each other as 1 to 8, so that if the 60 minutes 
between h. and 1 h. are divided into 1 + 8 = 9 parts, one of these parts, or about 7 
minutes, is the time elapsing to the middle of the slacki This slack occurs, therefore, at 
0*" 07" after HW, which shows that it is the slack before ebb. Near the second slack the 
velocities are as 1 to 9, so that if 60 minutes are divided into 1 + 9 = 10 parts, one of 
these, or 6 minutes, represents the time in excess of hour after LW to the slack before 
flood, which occurs, therefore, at 0*" 06" after LW. 

To find the times of strength of flood or ebb with regard to high or low water is 
not quite so simple as the pi'eceding; but for most purposes it will suffice to determine 
these times very approximately by a mere inspection of the tables to riote where the 
greatest velocities occur. Thus, for this example, the strength of flood is readily seen to 
be about 3^ 06" before HW and the strength of ebb about 2^ 40" before LW. More exact 
determinations of these times can be made by plotting the velocities upon profile paper. 

The above times of slack and strength, with regard to the times of high and low water 
at Boston, may be regarded as constants for this station, for the table does not enable us to 
take into account the small fluctuations which these values undergo during a lunation. In 
order to turn these relative times into actual times for any given date, proceed as in 
Example 10. 

Exainple 9. — Find the times, referred to the New York tides, of slack water and of 
strength of current at The Narrows, New York Harbor, from the diagram on page 480. 

To find the times of slack, with regard to high or low water, note on the diagram, page 
480, where jthe curves called "slack before flood" and ''slack before ebb" cross the 
horizontal line opposite "The Narrows." For slack before flood this will be found to be 
about 2'' 20" after LW, and for slack before ebb about I*' 20*^ after HW at New York. 

The times of strepgth of flood and ebb are obtained from the diagram in a similar way, 
and are for strength of flood about I*' 26" before HW, and for strength of ebb about 2** 00" 
before LW at New York. The velocities are for flood, between 1.7 and 1.8 knots, and for 
ebb, between 2.2 and 2.3 knots, as shown by the small figures on the diagram. 

The above times of slack and strength, with regard to the times of high and low water 
at New York, may be regarded as constants for this station, for the diagram does not enable 
us to take into account the small fluctuations which these values undergo during a lunation. 

Example 10. — Find the Eastern Standard (seventy-fifth meridian) times of slack water 
and of strength of current at The Narrows, New York Harbor, for June 20, 1907. 





standard time. 


Page 86. Times of HW at New York, Jane 20, 1907 


h. m, 
1 54 
1 25 


14 49 
1 25 


Excanple 9, Times of strength of flood at The Narrows before New York H W. . . . 

Times of strength of flood at The Narrows, June 20, 1907 


29 i 13 24 


Page 86. Times of HW at New York, June 20, 1907 


1 54 
1 20 


14 49 
1 20 


Example 9. Times of slack before ebb at The Narrows after New York HW 


Times of slack before ebb at The Narrows. June 20. 1907 


3 14 


16 09 


Page 86. Times of LW at New York, June 20, 1907 






8 41 1 21 28 
2 00 2 00 


Example 9, Times of strength of ebb at The Narrows before New York LW 


Times of strength of ebb at The Narrows, June 20, 1907 


6 41 


19 28 


Page 86. Times of LW at New York, June 20, 1907 


8 41 


21 28 


Example 9, Times of slack before flood at The Narrows after New York LW 


2 20 ! 2 20 


Times of slack before flood at The Narrows, June 20, 1907 


11 01 2.<i 48 









88 INTRODUCTION. 

Example 11. — Find the lunicurrent intervals for the times of slack water and of strength 
of current for Example 9. 

The port of reference for the currents in The Narrows is New York (Governors Island), 
the constants for which are found by the index to begin on page 358, and on the opposite 
page, line 9, the lunitidal intervals are given as 8*" 04" and 2*" 05", for high and low waters, 
respectively. Whenever the times of slack or strength are hefm^e high or low water, these 
times must be subtracted from the above lunitidal intervals in order to obtain the corre- 
sponding lunicurrent intervals; but whenever these times are after high or low water, add 
them to the lunitidal intervals. 

Applying these rules to the times of slack and strength already found, and arranging 
the results in the order of their occurrence, we have: 

h, 7)1. h, tn, h, m. 

Lunicurrent interval for strength of ebb, =2 05 — 2 00 = 06 

Lunicurrent interval for slack before flood, = 2 05 + 2 20 = 4 25 

Lunicurrent interval for strength of flood, = 8 04 — 1 25 = 6 39 

Lunicurrent interval for slack before ebb, = 8 04+1 20 = 9 24 

Whenever the lunitidal interval is less than the time of slack or strength and the latter has 
to be taken from the former, add 12*^ 25" td the lunitidal interval before making the subtrac- 
tion. When the sum of the lunitidal interval and the time of slack or strength exceeds 
12*" 25", subtract that amount from the sum. 

Example 12. — Find the lunicurrent intervals for one-quarter and for three-quarter ebb 
and flood, respectively, for the preceding example. 

One-half of the suni of the lunicurrent intervals for slack before ebb and strength of 
ebb is called the lunicurrent interval for one-quarter ebb; and similarly, substituting flood 
for ebb, the interval for one-quarter flood is obtained. One-half of the sum of the lunicur- 
rent intervals for strength of ebb and slack before flood gives the lunicurrent interval for 
three-quarter ebb, and exchanging the words ebb and flood gives the interval for three- 
quarter flood. 

Whenever the two lunicurrent intervals between which the one-quarter or three-quarter 
points lie differ from one another more than 6 hours, find the half sum in the usual way, 
and if this half sum is less than 6*" 13" increase it by that amount, but when the half sum 
exceeds 6^ 13" diminish it by that amount. Do not add &" 13" to or subtract it from any 
half sum unless the two lunicurrent intervals from which the sum was obtained differ by 
more than 6 hours. Applying these remarks to the example in hand, we have — 

k. m. h. m. h. m. h, m. 

Lunicurrent interval for three-quarter ebb, =i (0 05+4 25)= 2 15 

Lunicurrent interval for one-quarter flood, =i (4 25+6 39)= 5 32 

Lunicurrent interval for three-quarter flood, =i (6 39+9 24)= 8 02 

Lunicurrent interval for one-quarter ebb, =i (0 05+9 24)+6 13=10 57 

If it is desired to find the time at which the phase of current corresponding to any given 
lunicurrent interval occurs before or after the time of tide at the port of reference, take 
the difference between the given lunicurrent interval and either the high or the low water 
lunitidal interval at the port of reference, according to which gives the less difference. 



INTRODUCTION. 



89 



On the use op Tables 10, 11, and 12. — Sunbise, Sunset, and Twilight, Examples 13, 

14, AND 16. 

Example 13. — ^Find the local mean time and standard time of sunrise at San Francisco, 
CaL, on Aprils, 1907. 

For San Francisco the latitude = 37^ 49' N. 

For San Francisco the longitude =122^ 29' W. 

For San Francisco Standard time meridian =120° 00' W. 

The sun's declination on April 3, 1907, at 6 a. m. = 6° 00' N. 



ApproximcUe method, 

h. m. 

April 1, for lat38*»N.,T&ble 10 5 46 

Ck^rrection for 2 days —03 

Correction for 11^ latitude 00 



Local mean time sunrise 5 42 

Red. for long. 2*> 29^ W., Table 12 +10 

Standard time sunrise 5 62 



Exact method, 

h. m. 

I>cl. 4*> ly N., for lat. 38° N., Table 10 6 46 

Correction for 4y declination —03 

Correction for IJ.^ latitude 00 



Local mean time sunrise 5 42 

Red. for long. 2*> 2yW., Table 12 +10 



Standard time sunrise 6 62 



1907- 



Example 1^, — Find the local mean time of sunset at Buenos Ayres on December 10, 



For Buenos Ayres the latitude =34° 36' S. 

For Buenos Ayres the longitude =68° 22' W. 

Sun's declination on December 10, at 7 p. m. =22° 61' 8. 



Approximate method, 

h, m. 

December 12, for lat. 36° S., Table 10 7 08 

Correction for 2 days —02 

Correction for 24^ latitude —01 



Local mean time sunset 7 05 



Exact method, 

h, m, 

Decl. 23° 04' 8., for lat. 36° S., Table 10 7 08 

Correction for 13' declination —02 

Correction for 24' latitude —01 



Local mean time sunset 7 05 



Example i5.— ^Find the local mean time of beginning of morning twilight, and duration 
of astronomical and civil twilight at San Francisco, Cal., on April 3, 1907, with the data 
of Example 13. 



Approximate method, 

h, m, 

Aprill, forlat. 40°N.,Tablell 4 13 

Correction for 2 days —0 04 

Correction for 2° ll'latitude +0 04 



Local mean time of beginning of twilight. 4 13 



Exact method. 

h, m. 

Decl. 4° W N., for lat. 40° N., Table 11 4 13 

Correction for 45' declination : —0 04 

Correction for 2° 11' latitude +0 04 



Local mean time of beginning of twilight. 4 13 



Local mean time of sunrise, Example 13 5 42 

Local mean time of beginning of twilight 4 18 

Duration of astronomical twilight 1 29 

Duration of civil twilight, one-third of above 30 

Subtracting 30 minutes from time of sunrise gives for the beginning of civil twilight 5 12 



INTRODUCTION. 4] 

15. INSTRUCTIONS TO MARINERS IN CASE OF SHIPWRECK.* 

GENERAL INFORMATION. 

life-flaving stations and houses of refuge are located upon the Atlantic and Pacific seaboard of the United 
States, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Lake coasts. 

All life-saving stations on the Atlantic coast from the eastern extremity of the State of Maine to Sullivan 
Island, South Carolina, are manned annually by crews of experienced surfmen from the Ist of August to the 
Slst of May following, inclusive. Upon the Pacific coast they are opened and manned the year round. 

All life-saving stations are fully supplied with boats, wreck guns, beach apparatus, restoratives, etc. 

Houses of refuge are located exclusively upon the Florida coast, where the requirements of relief are 
widely different from those of any other portion of the seaboard. 

Houses of refuge are supplied with boats, provisions, and restoratives, but not manned by crews; a keeper, 
however, resides in each throughout the year, who, after every storm, is required to make extended excursions 
along the coast, with a view of ascertaining if any shipwreck has occurred and finding and succoring any 
persons that may have been cast ashore. 

All life-saving stations are provided with the InteiTiational Code of gignals, and vessels can, by opening 
communication, be reported; obtain the latitude and longitude of the station, where determined; information 
as to the weather probabilities in most cases; or, if crippled or disabled, a steam tug or revenue cutter will, 
if reque8te<i, be telegraphed for to the nearest port, wh6re facilities for telegraphing exist. 

All services are performed by the life-saving crews without other compensatipn than their wages from the 
Government. 

Destitute seafarers are provided with food and lodgings at the nearest station by the Government as long 
as necessarily detained by the pircumstances of shipwreck. 

The station crews patrol the beach from 2 to 4 miles each side of their stations between sunset and sunrise, 
and if the weather is foggy the patrol is continued through the day. 

Each patrolman carries Coston signals. Upon discovering a vessel standing into danger he ignites one of 
them, which emits a brilliant red flame of about two minutes' duration, to warn her off, or, should the vessel 
be ashore, to let her crew know that they are discovered and assistance is at hand. 

If the vessel is not discovered by the patrol immediately after striking, rockets or flare-up lights should be 
burned; or, if the weather be foggy, guns should be fired to attract attention, as the patrolman may be some 
distance away at the other end of his beat 

MoBters are particularly cautioned j if they should he driven ashore anywhere in the netghborhood of the stations, 
especially on any of the sandy coasts where tJiere is not much danger of vessels breaking up immediately , to remain on 
hoard until assistance arrives, and wider no circumstances should they attempt to land through the surf in their own 
hoots until the last hope of assistance from tfie shore has vanished. Often when comparatively smooth at sea a 
dangerous surf is running which is not perceptible 400 yards offshore, and the surf when viewed from a vessel 
never appears as dangerous as it is. Many lives have unnecessarily been lost by the crews of stranded 
vessels being thus deceived and attempting to land in the ship's boats. 

The difficulties of rescue by operations from the shoriB are greatly increased in cases where the anchors are 
let go after entering the hreakers, as is frequently done, and the chances of saving life correspondingly lemened. 

INSTRUCTIONS. 
RB8CUB WITH THE LIFEBOAT OR SURFBOAT. 

The patrolman, after discovering your vessel ashore and burning a Coston signal, hastens to his station for 
assistance. If the use of a boat is practicable, either the large lifeboat is launched from its ways in the station 
and proceeds to the wreck by water, or the lighter surfboat is hauled overland to a point opposite the wreck 
and launched, as circumstances may require. 

Upon the boat reaching your vessel, the directions and orders of the keeper (who always commands and 
steers the boat) should be implicitly obeyed. Any headlong rushing and crowding should be prevented, 
and the captain of the vessel should remain on board, to preserve order, until every other person has left. 

Women, children, helpless persons, and passengers should be passed into the boat first. 

Goods or baggage will positively not be taken into the boat until all are landed. If any be passed in 
against the keeper's remonstrance, he is fully authorized to throw the same overboard. 

* This account is reproduced from the publications of the United Stat^ Life-Saving Service. 



42 



INTRODUCTION. 



RESCUE WITH THE BREECHES BUOY OR LIFE CAR. 

Should it be inexpedient to use either the lifeboat or surfboat, recourse will be had to the wreck gun and 
beach apparatus for the rescue by the breeches buoy or the life car. 

A shot with a small line attached will be fired across your vessel. 

Gret hold of the line as soon as possible and haul on board until you get a tail block with a whip or endless 
line rove through it. This tail block should be hauled on board as quickly as possible to prevent the whip 
drifting off with the set or fouling with wreckage, etc. Therefore, if you have been driven into the rigging^ 




where but one or two men can work to advantage, cut the shot line and run it through some available block, 
such as the throat or peak halyards block, or any block which will afford a clear lead, or even between the 
ratlines, that as many a^ possible may assist in hauling. 

Attached to the tail block will be a tally board, with the following directions in English on one side and 
French on the other: 

"Make the tail of the block fast to the lower mast, well up. If the masts are gone, then to the best place 
you can find. Cast off shot line, see tliat the rope in the block runs free, and show signal to the shore." 

The above instructions being complied with, the result will be as shown in fig. 3 above. 




As soon as your signal is seen, a 3-inch hawser will be bent on to the whip and hauled off to your ship by 
the life-saving crew. 

If circumstances will admit, you can assist the life-saving crew by manning that part of the whip to which 
the hawser is bent and hauling with them. 

When the end of the hawser is gpt on board, a tally board will be found attached, bearing the following 
directions in English on one side and French on the other: 

"Make this hawser fast about 2 feet above the tail block; see all clear and that the rope in the block mna 
free, and show signal to the shore." 



INTRODUCTION. 



48 



These instractions being obeyed, the result will be as shown in fig. 4. 

Take particular care thai there are no turns of tfie whip line around the hawser. To preverU this^ take the end of 
the hawser up between the parts of the whip before making it fast. 

When the hawser is made fast, the whip cast off from the hawser, and your signal seen by the life-saving 
crew, they will haul the hawser taut and by means of the whip will haul off to your ship a breeches buoy 
suspended from a traveler block, or a life car from rings, running on the hawser. 

Fig. 6, below, represents the apparatus rigged, with the breeches buoy hauled off to the ship. 

If the breeches buoy be sent, let one man immediately get into it, thrusting his legs through the breeches. 
If the life car, remove the hatch, place as many persons into it as it will hold (four to six), and secure the 
hatch on the outside by the hatch bar and hook, signal as before, and the buoy or car will be hauled ashore. 
This will be repeated until all are landed. On the last trip of the life car the hatch must be secured by the 
inside hatch bar. 

In many instances two men can be landed in the breeches buoy at the same time by each putting a leg 
through a leg of the breeches and holding on to the lifts of the buoy. 

Children, when brought ashore by the buoy, should be in the arms of older persons or securely lashed to 
the buoy. Women and children should be landed first. 

In signaling as directed in the foregoing instructions, if in the daytime, let one man separate himself from 
the rest and swing his hat, a handkerchief, or his hand; if at night, the showing of a light and concealing it 
once or twice, will be understood; ahd like signals will be made from the shore. 




Circumstances may arise, owing to the strength of the current or set, or the danger of the wreck breaking 
up immediately, when it would be impossible to send off the hawser. In such a case a breeches buoy or life 
car will be hauled off instead by the whip, or sent off to you by the shot line, and you will be hauled ashore 
through the surf. 

If your vessel is stranded during the night and discovered by the patrolman, which you will know by his 
burning a brilliant red light, keep a sharp lookout for signs of the arrival of the life-saving crew abreast of 
your vessel. 

From one to four hours may intervene between the burning of the light and their arrival, as the patrolman 
will have to return to his station, perhaps 3 or 4 miles distant, and the life-sa\'ing crew draw the apparatus or 
surfboat through the sand or over bad roads to where your vessel is stranded. 

Lights on the beach will indicate their arrival, and the sound of cannon firing from the shore may be 
taken as evidence that a line has been fired across your vessel. Therefore, upon hearing the cannon, make 
strict search aloft, fore and aft, for the shot line, for it is almost certain to be there. Though the movements 
of the life-saving crew may not be perceptible to you, owing to the darkness, your ship will be a good mark 
for the men experienced in the use of the wreck gun, and the first shot seldom fails. 



The following signals, approved by the International Marine Conference convened at Washington in 
October, 1889, have been adopted by the Life-Saving Service, and will be used and recognized by the ofiAcers 
and employees as occasion may require; 

> "Upon the discovery of a wreck by night, the life-saving force will burn a red pyrotechnic light or a red 
rocket to signify — 'You are seen; assistance will be given as soon as possible.' 



44 INTRODUCTION. 

"A red flag waved on shore by day, or a red light, red rocket, or red Roman candle displayed by nighty 
will signify — 'Haul away/ 

''A white flag waved on shore by day, or a white light slowly swung back and forth, or a white rocket, or 
white Roman candle fired at night, will signify — 'Slack away.' 

''Two flags, a white and a red, waved at the same time on shore by day, or two lights, a white and a red, 
slowly swung at the same time, or a blue pyrotechnic light burned by night, will signify — *Do not attempt to 
land in your own boats. It is impossible.' 

"A man on shore beckoning by day, or two torches burning near together by night, will signify — 'This is 
the best place to land.' 

"Any of these signals may be answered from the vessel as follows: In the daytime, by waving a flag, a 
handkerchief, a hat, or even the hand; at night, by firing a rocket, a blue light, or a gun, or by showing a light 
over the ship's gunwale for a short time, and then concealing it." 

RECAPITULATION. 

Remain by the wreck until assistance arrives from the shore, unless your vessel shows signs of immediately 
breaking up. 

If not discovered immediately by the patrol, bum rockets, flare-up or other lights; or, if the weather be 
foggy, fire guns. 

Take particular care that there are no turns of the whip line around the hawser before making the 
hawser fast. 

Send the women, children, helpless persons, and passengers ashore first. 

Make yourself thoroughly familiar with these instructions, and remember that on your coolness and strict 
attention to them will greatly depend the chances of success in bringing you and your people safely to land. 



INTRODUCTION. 



45 



16. Hestoring the apparently drmiyfied,^ 

Note. — ^These directions differ from those given in the last revision of the Regulations by the addition of 
means for securing deeper inspiration. The method heretofore published, known as the Howard, or Direct 
Method, has been productive of excellent results in the practice of the Service, and is retained here. It is, 
however, here arranged for practice in combination with the Sylvester method, the latter producing deeper 
inspiration than any other known method while the former effects the most complete expiration. The 




Fig. 6. 

combination, therefore, tends to produce the most rapid oxygenation of the blood — the real object to be gained. 
The combination is prepared primarily for the use of life-saving crews where assistants are at hand. A 
modification of Rule III, however, is published as a guide in cases where no assistants are at hand and one 
person is compelled to act alone. 




Fig. 7. . 

Rule I. Arouse the patient. — Do not move the patient unless in danger of freezing; instantly expose the face 
to the air, toward the wind if there be any; wipe dry the mouth and nostrils; rip the clothing so as to expose, 
the chest and waist; give two or three quick, smarting slaps on the chest with the open hand. 



*From the directions of the United States Life-Saving Service. 



46 



INTRODUCTION. 



If the patient does not revive proceed immediately as follows: 

RuLB II. To expel water from the stomach and chest (see fig. 6). — Separate the jaws and keep them apart by 
placing between the teeth a cork or small bit of wood; turn the patient on his face, a large handle of tightly 
rolled clothing being placed beneath the stomach; press heavily on the back over it for half a minate, or as 
long as fluids flow freely from the mouth. 




RuLB III. To produce breathing (see figs. 7 and 8). — Clear the mouth and throat of mucus by introducing 
into the throat the comer of a handkerchief wrapped closely around the forefinger; turn the patient on the 
back, the roll of clothing being so placed as to raise the pit of the stomach above the level of the rest of the 
body. Let an assistant with a handkerchief or piece of dry cloth draw the tip of the tongue out of one comer 
of the mouth (which prevents the tongue from falling back and choking the entrance to the windpipe) , and 




Fig. 9. 

keep it projecting a little beyond the lips. Let another assistant grasp the arms just below the elbows and 
draw them steadily upward by the sides of the patient's head to the ground, the hands nearly meeting (which 
enlarges the capacity of the chest and induces inspiration). (Fig. 7.) While this is being done let a third 
assistant take position astride the patient's hips with his elbows resting upon his own knees, his hands 



INTRODUCTION. 



47 



extended ready for action. Next, let the aaeistant standing at the head turn down the patient's arms to 
the Bides of the body, the assistant holding the tongue, changing hands if necessary* to let the arms pass. 
Just before the patient's hands reach the ground the man astride the body will grasp the body with his hands, 
the balls of the thumbs resting on either side of the pit of the stomach, the fingers falling into the grooves 
between the short ribs. Now, using his knees as a pivot, he will at the moment the patient's hands touch the 
ground throw (not too suddenly) all his weight forward on his hands, and at the same time squeeze the waist 
between them as if he wished to force anything in the chest upward out of the mouth ; he will deepen the 
pressure while he slowly counts one, two, three, four (about five seconds), then suddenly let go with a final 
push, which will spring him back to his first position.! This completes expiration. (Fig. 8.) 

At the instant of his letting go, the man at the patient's head will again draw the anus steadily upward to 
the sides of the patient's head as before (the assistant holding the tongue again, changing hands to let the arms 
pass if necessary), holding them there while he slowly counts one, two, three, four (about five seconds). 

Repeat these movements deliberately and perseveringly twelve to fifteen times in every minute — thus 
imitating the natural motions of breathing. 

If natural breathing be not restored after a trial of the bellows movement for the space of about four 
minutes, then turn the patient a second time on the stomach,, as directed in Rule II, rolling- the body in the 
opposite direction from that which it was first turned, for the purpose of freeing the air passage from any 
remaining water. Continue the artificial respiration from one to four hours, or until the patient breathes, 
according to Rule III; aiid for a while, after the appearance of returning life, carefully aid the first short gasps 




Fig. 10. 

until deepened into full breaths. Continue the drying and rubbing, which should have been unceasingly 
practiced from the beginning by assistants, taking care not to interfere with the means employed to produce 
breathing. Thus the limbs of the patient should be rubbed, always in an upward direction toward the body, 
with firm-grasping pressure and energy, using the bare hands, dry fiannels, or handkerchiefs, and continuing 
the friction under the blankets or over the dry clothing. The warmth of the body can also be promoted by 
the application of hot flannels to the stomach and armpits, bottles or bladders of hot water, heated bricks, etc., 
to the limbs and soles of the feet. 

Rule IV. Aftub-treatmbnt. — Externally: As soon as breathing is established let the patient be stripped 
of all wet clothing, wrapped in blankets only, put to bed comfortably warm, but with a free circulation of 
fresh air, and left to perfect rest. Internally: Give whisky or brandy and hot water in doses of a teaspoonful 
to a tablespoonful, according to the weight of the patient, or other stimulant at hand, every ten or fifteen 
minutes for the first hour, and as often thereafter as may seem expedient. Later manifestations: After reaction 
is fully established, there is great danger of congestion of the lungs, and if perfect rest is not maintained for 
at least forty-eight hours it sometimes occurs that the patient is seized with great difficulty of breathing, and 
death is liable to follow unless immediate relief is afforded. In such cases apply a large mustard plaster over 
the breast. If the patient gasps for breath before the mustard takes effect assist the breathing by carefully 
repeating the artificial respiration. 

* Changing hands will be found unnecessary after some practice; the tongue, however, must not be released, 
t A child or very delicate patient must of course be more gently handled' 



4& INTRODUCTION. 

Modification of Rule III. 
[To be used after Rules I and II ia case no assistance is at hand.] 

To produce respiration. — If no assistance is at hand, and one person must work alone, place the patient on 
his back with the shoulders slightly raised on a folded article of clothing; draw forward the tongue and keep 
it projecting just beyond the lips; if the lower jaw be lifted the teeth may be made to hold the tongue in 
place; it may be necessary to retain the tongue by passing a handkerchief under the chin and tying it over 
the head. 

Grasp the arms just below the elbows and draw them steadily upward by the sides of the patient's head to 
the ground, the hands nearly meeting. (See fig. 9.) 

Next lower the arms to the sides and press firmly downward and inward on the sides and front of the 
chest over the lower ribs, drawing toward the patient's head. (See fig. 10.) 

Repeat these movements twelve to fifteen times every minute, etc. 



17. Instructions /or saving drowning persons hy swimming to their relief. 

When you approach a person drowning in the water assure him, with a loud and firm voice, that he is safe. 
Before jumping in to save him, divest yourself as far and as quickly as possible of all clothes; tear them ofi 
if necessary; but if there is not time, loose at all events the foot of your drawers, if they are tied, as, if you do 
not do so, they fill with water and drag you. 

On swimming to a person in the sea, if he Ije struggling do not seize him then, but keep off for a few seconds 
till he gets quiet, for it is sheer madness to take hold of a man when he is struggling in the water, and if you do 
you run a great risk. 

Then get close to him and take fast hold of the hair of his head, turn him as quickly as possible onto his 
back, give him a sudden pull, and this will cause him to float, then throw yourself on your back also and swim 
for the shore, both hands having hold of his hair, you on your back and he also on his, and of course his back 
to your stomach. In this way you will get sooner and safer ashore than by any other means, and you can easily 
thus swim with two or three persons; the writer has even, as an experiment, done it with four, and gone with 
them 40 or 50 yards in the sea. One great advantage of this method is that it enables you to keep your head 
up and also to hold the person's head up you are trying to save. It is of primary importance that you take fast 
hold of the hair and throw both the person and yourself on your backs. After many experiments, it is usuaUy 
found preferable to ail other methods. You can in this manner float nearly as long as you please, or until a 
boat or other help can be obtained. 

It IS believed there is no such thin$; as a death grasp; at least it is very unusual to witness it. As soon as a 
drowning man l)egins to get feeble and to lose his recollection, he gradually slackens his hold until he qaits it 
altogether. No apprehension need, therefore, be felt on that head when attempting to rescue a drowning person. 

After a person has sunk to the bottom, if the water be smooth, the exact position where the body lies may 
be known by the air bubbles, which will occasionally rise to the surface, allowance t)eing of course made for 
the motion of the water, it m a tideway or stream, which will have carried the bubbles out of a perpendiclar 
course m rising to the surlace. Ottenlimes a body may be regained from the bottom, before too late for recovery, 
by divmg for it in the direction indicated by these bubbles. 

On rescuing a person by diving to the bottom, the hair of the head should be seized by one hand only, and 
the other used in conjunction with the feet in raising yourself and the drowning person to the surface. 

If in the sea, it may sometimes be a great error to try to get to land. If there be a strong **outsetting" 
tide, and you are swimming either by yourself or having hold of a person who can not swim, then get on your 
back and float till help comes. Many a man exhausts himself by stemming the billows for the shore on a 
back-going tide, and sinks in the effort, when, if he had floated, a boat or other aid might have been obtained. 

These instructions apply alike to all circumstances, whether as regards the roughest sea or smooth water. 

18. Treatment of frostbites, 

lAs lecdmmended by the Surgeon-General Of Public Health and Marine-Hospiul Service.] 

Do not bring the patient to the fire, nor bathe the parts in warm water. 

If snow be on the ground, or accessible, take a woolen cloth in the hand, place a handful of snow upon it, 
and gently rub the frozen part until the natural color is restored. In case snow is not at hand, bathe the part 
gently with a woolen cloth in the coldest /r6«/i water obtainable—ice water if practicable. 



INTRODUCTION. 49 

In case the frostbite is old, and the skin is turned black or b^^n to scale off, do not attempt to restore its 
vitality by friction, but apply carron oil on a little cotton; after which wrap the part loosely in flannel. 

In all cases, as soon as the vitality has been restored, apply the carron oil, prepared according to Service 
formula.* As it contains opium, do not administer morphia or other opiate. 

In the case of a person apparently dead from exjx)eure to cold, friction should be applied to the body and 
the lower extremities, and artificial respiration practiced as in cases of the apparently drowned. As soon 
as the circulation appears to be restored, administer spirits and water at intervals of fifteen or twenty minutes 
until the flesh feels natural. Even if no signs of life appear, friction should be kept up for a long period, as 
instances are on record of recovery after several hours of suspended animation. 



♦The Service formula for carron oil is to mix 12 parts olive oil, or raw linseed oil, with 12 parts of lime- 
water, and 1 part tincture of opium. 
1223—06 i 



50 



INTRODUCTION. 



19. U, S, Weather Bureau Signals. 

STORM, WIND'DIRECTION, AND INFORMATION SIGNALS OF THE UNITED STATES WEATHER 

BUREAU. 

WEATHER AND TEMPERATURE SIGNALS, AND INTERPRETATION OF DISPLAYS. 



No.l. 



No. 2. 



Clear or Fair 
Weather. 



■ 

I Rain or 

II Snow. 




No. 4. 



No. 6. 




No. 3. No. 1, alone, indicates fair weather, stationary temperature. 

No. 2, alone, indicates rain or snow, stationary' temperature. 

No. 3, alone, indicates local rain or snow, stationary tem- 
perature. 

No. 1, with No. 4 above it, indicates fair weather, warmer. 

No. 1, wuth No. 4 below it, indicates fair weather, colder. 

No. 2, with No. 4 above it, indicates rain or snow, wanner. 

No. 2, with No. 4 below it, indicates rain or snow, colder. 

No. 3, with No. 4 above it, indicates local rain or snow, 
warmer. 

No. 3, with No. 4 below it, indicates local rain or snow, 
colder. 
I Cold Wave. No. 1, with No. 5, indicates fair weather, cold wave. 

No. 2, with No. 5, indicates wet weather, cold wave. 

WIND SIGNALS FOR THE BENEFIT OF MARINE INTERESTS. 

STORM SIGNALS. 







Northciisterly winds. Southeasterly winds. Northwesterly winds. Southwesterly winds. 

INFORMATION SIGNALS. HURRICANE SIGNAL. 



(Great Lake}*.) 



Easterly winds. 




(On the coast) 



^ 



Wcbttily winds. 




EXPLANATION. 



Storm signal. — A red flag with a black center indicates that a storm of marked violence is expected. 

The pennants displayed with the flags indicate the direction of the wind: Red, easterly (from northeast to 
south); white, westerly (from southwest to north). The pennant above the flag indicates that the wind is 
expected to blow from the northerly quadrants; below, from southerly quadrants. 

By night a red light indicates easterly winds, and a white light above a red light westerly winds. 

Information signal. — Red or white pennant displayed alone. When displayed at stations on the Great 
Lakes, indicates that winds are expected which may prove dangerous to tows and smaller classes of vessels, 
the red j)ennant indicating easterly, and the white pennant westerly, winds. 

When displayed at stations on the Atlantic, Pacific, and Gulf coasts, indicates that the local observer has 
received information from the Central Office of a storm covering a limited area, dangerous only for vessel 
about to sail to certain points, and serves as a notification to shipmasters that infonnation will be given them 
upon application to the local observer. Only the red pennant is displayed on the coasts. 

Hurricane signal. — Two red flags with black centers, displayed one above the other, indicate the 
expected approach of tropical hurricanes, and also of those extremely severe and dangerous storms which 
occasionally move acroFS the Lakes and north Atlantic coast. 

No night information of hurricane signals is displayed. 



INDEX TO PRINCIPAL PORTS. 



TIDAL STATIONS, TABLE 1. 



Pftge. 

Hi. Johns, NewfouiKlland 53 

Halifax (Navy- Yard ), Nova Scotia 57 

St. John, New Bnmswick 61 

Portland (Central Wharf), Maine 65 

Boston (Navy- Yard ) , Massachusetts 69 

Newport (Fort Adams), Rhode Island 73 

New London (Custom-House Wharf), Conn 77 

Willets Point ( U.S. Engineer School ) ,Ncw York . 81 

New York (Governors Island) , New York 85 

Sandy Hook (The Horseshoe), New Jersey 89 

Philadelphia ( Chestnut St. Pier), Pennsylvania. 93 

Baltimore (Fells Point), Maryland 97 

Washington (Seventh St. ), Dist. of Columbia . . 101 

Old Point Comfort ( Fort Monroe) , Virginia 105 

Wilmington (Cape Fear River), N. Carolina 109 

Charleston ( Custom-House Wharf ) , S. Carolina . 113 

Savannah Entrance (Tybee I. Light), Georgia. . 117 

Fernandina ( Dade St. ) , Florida 1 21 

Key West ( Fort Taylor) , Florida 1 25 

Galveston (Doswell's Wharf), Texas 129 

Buenos Ayres, Argentina 133 

Cape Horn (Orange Bay), Chile 137 

Valparaiso, Chile 141 

Panama ( Naos Island), Panama 145 

San Diego (La Playa), California 149 

San Francisco Entrance ( Fort Point) , California. 1 53 

Astoria (Columbia River), Oregon 157 

Port Townsend ( Puget Sound ) , Washington ... 161 

Sitka, Alaska 165 

Kadiak (St. Paul Harbor, Kadiak I.), Alaska.. 169 

St. Michael ( Norton Sound) , Alaska 173 

Yokohama (Nishihatoba ) , Japan 177 

Nagasaki, Japan 181 

Tientsin Entrance (Taku Light-ship), China... 185 

Shanghai fWusung Inner Bar), China 189 



Page. 

Amoy ( Inner Harbor), China * 193 

Hongkong, China 197 

Singapore, Malay Peninsula 201 

Batavia, Java 205 

Manila ( Pasig River Entrance ) , P. I 209 

Honolulu (Oahu Island ), Hawaiian Islands 213 

Apia ( Upolu Island ) , Samoan Islands 21 7 

Wellington, New Zealand 221 

Auckland, New Zealand 225 

Sydney ( Fort Denison ) , Australia 229 

Mell^ourne ( Williamstown ), Austtftlia 233 

Port Adelaide, Australia 237 

Rangoon, Bunna 241 

Calcutta ( Kidderpore) , India 245 

Madras, India 249 

ColomlK) (Ceylon), India 253 

Bombay (Apollo Bandar), India 257 

Karachi, India 261 

Aden, Arabia 2^5 

Cape Town (Table Bay), Africa 269 

Lisbon (Arsenal), Portugal 273 

R(x;helle, France 277 

Brest, France 281 

Havre, France 285 

E<linburgh (Leith) , Scotland 289 

Hull ( number River), England 293 

Sheemess (Thames River Entrance), England. 297 

Ix)ndon (London Bridge), England 301 

Dover, England 305 

Portland Breakwater, England 309 

Liverpool, England 313 

Greenock (Firth of (.-lyde), Scotland 317 

Kingstown ( Dublin Bay), Ireland 321 

Queenstown ( ('ork Harbor) , Ireland 325 

Hamburg, Germany 329 



CURRENT STATIONS, TABLE 9. 

Seymour Narrows (Discovcy Passage), B. C .. 486 ' Sergius Narrows (Peril Strait). Alaska. 

For general index see end of volume. 
51 



490 



ST. JOHNS, NEWFOUNDLAND, 1907. 



53 



JANUARY. 


FEBRUARY. 


MARCH. 


S 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of High and 
LowWater. 


S 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


S 


Dayof- 


1 

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Low Water. j 


Zl 


Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 




Tu 


1 


1:22 
0.6 


7-.50 14:20 
3.5 0.8 


20:19 
2.7 




F 


1 


2:21 
0.4 


8:47 
3.6 


15:10 
0.1 


21:10 
3.0 




F 


1 


1:37 
0.2 


7:66 
3.6 


14:15 
0.0 


1 
20:18 
3.2 


1 


2 


1:62 
0.6 


8:24 14:58 
8.5 0.2 


20:50 
2.7 




S 


2 


2:56 
0.4 


9:28 
8.5 


15:48 
0.1 


21:46 
3.1 


£ 


S 


2 


2:11 
0.1 


8:30 
3.6 


14:45 
0.0 


20:60 
3.3 


Th 


3 


2:22 
0.6 


9:00 16:29 
8.4 0.2 


21:21 
2.7 


E 


s 


3 


3:36 
0.3 


10:00 
3.3 


16:17 
0.2 


22:24 
8.1 




8 


3 


2:48 
0.1 


9:06 
3.5 


15:17 
0.0 


21:23 
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F 


4 


2:57 
0.6 


9-.S6 16K)4 
8.8 0.3 


21:59 
2.8 




M 


4 


4:28 
0.4 


10-J» 
3.1 


16:68 
0.4 


23:11 
3.0 




M 


4 


3:28 
0.1 


9:43 
3.4 


15:48 
0.1 


22:00 
3.S 




S 


5 


8:40 
0.6 


10:17 16:46 
8.2 0.4 


22:46 
2.7 


c 


Tu 


5 


6:16 
0.6 


11.-27 
2.8 


17:82 
0.6 


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Tu 


5 


4:12 
0.2 


10:20 
8.1 


1620 
0.3 


22:44 
3.2 




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6 


4:29 
0.7 


llMi 17:28 
2.9 0.5 


28:30 
2.7 




W 


6 


0K)3 
2.9 


6:20 
0.8 


12:19 
2.5 


18:18 
0.8 




W 


6 


5:00 
0.4 


11:00 
2.8 


16:55 
0.6 


28:86 
3.1 


£ 


M 


7 


5:81 
0.8 


11:54 18:17 
2.7 0.7 


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7 


1:18 
2.8 


7:46 
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18:39 
2.2 


19:28 
1.0 


c 


Th 


7 


6:00 
0.6 


11:48 
2.5 


17:36 
0.9 






Tu 


8 


0:43 
2.7 


6:49 18:08 
0.9 2.5 


19:15 
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F 


8 


2:32 
2.9 


9:23 
1.0 


15:29 
2.2 


21:03 
1.0 




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8 


0:43 
2.9 


7:24 
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13K)9 
2.1 


18:42 
LI 




W 


9 


1:58 
2.7 


821 14.-27 
0.9 2.4 


20:27 
0.9 


8 


S 


9 


3:48 
3.0 


10:50 
0.8 


16:53 
2.3 


22:26 
0.8 


8 
P 


S 


9 


2:06 
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9:09 
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15:15 
2.0 


20:42 
LI 




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10 


8.-06 
2.9 


9:46 16:56 
0.8 2.4 


21:40 
0.8 


P 


s 


10 


4:54 
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11:53 
0.5 


17:56 
2.5 


28:29 
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10 


8:30 
2.9 


10:44 
0.9 


16:46 
2.2 


22:16 
0.9 




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11 


4:11 
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10:58 17:03 
0.6 2.5 


22:45 
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11 


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12:42 
0.3 


18:43 
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11 


4:43 
8.1 


11:46 
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17:45 
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23:23 
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12 


5:10 
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11:66 18:00 
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23:40 
0.4 


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12 


0:23 
0.3 


6:42 
3.8 


1822 
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19:24 
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12 


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3.3 


12:28 
0.4 


18:28 
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6:32 
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19:07 
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6:61 18:32 
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14 


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14:37 
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14 


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7:17 
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18:41 
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19:42 
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15 


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7:38 14:14 
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20:15 
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15 


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8:51 
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16:10 
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21:16 
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15 


1:42 
0.0 


7:56 
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14:12 
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20:15 
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16 


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0.1 


8:23 14:55 
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20:57 
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929 
3.5 


16:44 
0.1 


21:52 
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16 


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8:30 
3.6 


14:41 
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20:47 
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17 


2:44 
0.2 


9K» 15:35 
3.8 0.0 


21:89 
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8 


W 


3:63 
0.8 


10:05 
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16:16 
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22:38 
3.1 




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17 


2:55 
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9:05 
3.4 


16.-08 
0.1 


21:19 
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18 


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0.8 


9:60 16:15 
8.6 0.1 


22:21 
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18 


4:34 
0.5 


10:41 
3.0 


16:46 
0.5 


23:07 
2.9 




M 


18 


3:30 
0.2 


9:86 
3.2 


15:34 
0.3 


21:50 
3.3 


E 


s 


19 


4:14 
0.5 


10:85 16:55 
8.3 0.3 


28:06 
2.9 




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19 


5:07 
0.7 


11:17 
2.6 


17:14 
0.8 


23:52 
2.7 




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19 


4:06 
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10:05 
2.9 


16.-00 
0.5 


22.26 
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20 


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17:40 
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20 


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16:20 
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23:06 
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21 


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22 


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24 


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22:57 
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25 


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26 


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26 


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2.8 


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0.8 


17:41 
2.4 


23:23 
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27 


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27 


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2.8 




W 


27 


6:85 
3.0 


12:12 
0.5 


18:15 
2.7 






M 


28 


0K)5 
0.8 


6:22 13K)8 
8.3 0.5 


19.-08 
2.5 


o 


Th 


28 


1:02 
0.4 


7:19 
3.6 


18:44 
0.1 


19:47 
3.0 




Th 


28 


0:05 
0.5 


6:18 
3.3 


12:43 
0.3 


18:47 
• 3.0 


o 


Tu 


29 


0:42 
0.7 


6:69 18:37 
8.5 0.8 


19:37 
2.7 
















9^ 


29 


0:45 
0.3 


6:58 
3.6 


13:14 
0.1 


19:18 
3.3 




W 


30 


1:14 
0.6 


7:85 14K)7 
8.6 0.2 


20K)8 
2.8 
















!s 


30 


1:20 
0.0 


7:86 
3.6 


13:45 
-0.0 


19:50 
3.5 




Th 


31 


1:47 
0.5 


8:11 14:38 
8.6 0.1 


20:39 
2.9 
















Is 
1 


31 


1:57 
—0.1 


8:11 
3.6 


14:16 
0.0 


20:23 
3.6 


Thetid 
acompftrifl 
from Mean 
which l8l. 
unlesB a m 


es are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
on of consecutiye heights will indicate whe 
Low Water Springs, which is approximate 
7 feet below mean sea level. To lind the dc 
lnu8 ( - ) sign is before ihe height, in which 


th their times on the first line and heights c 
ther It is high or low water. The heights, in 
ly the datum of soundings on the Admlra 
jpth of water, add the tabular height to the 
case subtract it. 


)n the second line of each day; 

feet and tenths, are reckoned 

Ity Charts for this region, and 

soundings given on the chart. 


The tin 
• (a.m.),all 


le used is Intercolonial Standard 60th meridL 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m. ) and whei 


an W.; O*" is midnight, 12»> is noon; all hours 1 
I diminished by 12 give the times after noon 


ess than 12 are In the forenoon 
; for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 


#, new 
eqnator; A 


rmoon; ^ 
, P, moon 


, lat quar.; Oi 'uH moon; (C, 3d q 
in apogee or perigee. 


[uar.; E, moon on the equator; N, 8, moon 


farthest north oi 


south of the 



54 



ST. JOHNS, NEWFOUNDLAND, 1907. 



APRIL. 1 


: 




MAY. 

Time and Heigh 
LowW 

3:07 9:10 
—0. 2 3. 1 








" 


JU 
Time an 

4:38 
0.2 


NE. 

d Hei«rht of High and 
Low Water. 


S. 


Dayof- 


Time am 


1 Heigh 
LowW 

8:48 
3.5 


t of High and 
ater. 


c ! Day of— 

S W. Uo. 

W I 


t of High and 
ater. 

14:55 21:24 
0. 3 8. 7 


g .Day of— 

1 w:,Mo:' 


W.|Mo. 


M 1 


2:36 
—0.2 


14:46 
0.0 


21:00 
3.6 




sli| 


10:40 
2.7 


16:13 
0.7 


22:.V> 
3.3 




Tul 2 


3:17 
-0.1 


9:28 
8.3 


15:18 
0.2 


21:40 
3.5 


s 


Th 2 


3:53 
0.0 


9:52 
2.9 


15:32 22:11 
0. 5 3. 5 




S 2 


5:32 
0.5 


11:40 
2.5 


17:16 
0.9 


23:57 
3.0 , 


P 


W 


3 


4:00 
0.1 


10:01 
3.0 


15:51 
0.4 


22:25 
3.4 




F| 3 


4:45 
0.3 


10:40 
2.6 


16:15 23:06 
0. 7 3. 2 


^ 


M| 3' 


6:34 
0.7 


12:48 
2.4 


18:88 
LO 


: : : 




Th 


4l 4:50 
0.3 


10:43 
2.7 


16:27 
0.6 


23:17 
3.2 


C 


S , 4 


6:44 
0.6 


11:42 
2.4 


17:09 . . . 
1.0 .. . 


Tu 4, 

1 1 


1:07 

2.8 


7:42 
0.8 


14K).5 
2,5 


20:10 
1.0 


I P' '' ^0^ 


11:36 
2.4 


17:12 
0.9 




1 S' 5 


0:11 
3.0 


6:5<*, 
0.8 


13:08 18:40 
2.2 1.1 


E W 5i 

t 


2:24 
2.6 


8:50 
0.9 


15:14 
2.6 


21:3:^ 

o.y 


S|«| 0... 


7:10 
0.9 


13:05 
2.1 


18:25 
1.2 


m! 


1:'29 

2.8 


8:22 
0.9 


14:42 20:30 
2.2 1.1 


Th 6 


3:40 
2.6 


9:51 
0.8 


16:10 
2.7 


22:3^ 
0. H 


S 7 1 1:47 
1 i 2.8 


8:52 
1.1 


16:07 
2.1 


20:36 
LI 


Tu 7 


2:5:i 
2.7 


9:41 
0.9 


15:59 21:.SS 
2. 4 0. 9 


F ' 71 


4:44 
2.6 


10:41 
0.7 


16:56 
2.9 


•23:32 
0.6 




M 


8 3:13 

"l 2.8 


10:22 
0.9 


16:30 
2.3 


22:09 
0.9 


|W « 


4:l:< 
2.8 


10:40 
0.7 


16:51 23:02 
2. 7 0. 7 


Sl 8 

1 


5:.37 
2.6 


11:'25 
0.7 


17:37 
3.1 


: : ;, 




Tu 


9 4:30 

"^l 2.9 


11:22 
0.7 


17:25 
2.6 


23:15 
0.6 


E|Th « 


5:12 
2.9 


11:27 
0.6 


17:32 23:51 
3. 0. 4 


S| 9 


0:16 
0.5 


6:19 
2.6 


12:02 
0.6 


1H:15 , 
3.3 


W , 10 1 5:32 

1 1 3.1 


12:02 
0.4 


18:06 
2.9 




F 10 


6:00 
3.0 


12:05 
0.4 


18:10 . . . 
3.2 .. . 


• jMlOi 


0:55 
0.4 


6:67 
2.7 


12:35 
0.6 


18:51 
3.4 


EThil! «•«« 


6:20 
3.3 


12:40 
0.3 


18:42 
3.2 


1 S 11 


0:31 
0.2 


6:40 
3.0 


12:37 18:41 
0. 4 3. 4 


|Tu U 


1:28 
0.4 


7:28 
2.6 


13:03 
0.6 


19:25 
3.4 


1 0.1 


7:02 
3,4 


13:12 
0.2 


19:15 
3.4 


• 8 12 


1:08 
0.2 


7:16 
3.0 


13:07 19:16 
0.4 3.5 


A , W ' 12 


1:58 
0.3 


7:59 
2.6 


13:31 
0.6 


19:59 
3.4 




Sll3 1:26 


7:36 
3.4 


13:40 
0.1 


19:45 
3.5 


M 13 


1:42 
0.1 


7:47 
3.0 


13:33 19:48 
0. 4 3. 5 




Th' 13 1 

1 


2:30 
0.3 


8:28 
2.6 


13:66 
0.7 


20:31 { 

3.4 1 




SIh' 2:06 


8:10 
3.3 


14:07 
0.2 


20:16 
3.5 


Tu 14 


2:15 
0.2 


8:17 
2.9 


13:58 20:21 
0. 5 3. 5 




F 14 1 


3:02 
0.4 


8:58 
2.6 


14:24 

0.7 


21:05 
3.3 


M 15| 2:34 


8:41 
3.2 


14:31 
0.3 


20:48 
3.4 


|W 15 


2:46 
0.3 


8:46 

2.8 


14:20 20:53 
0. 6 3. 4 




S 


15 


3:3(> 
0.4 


9:27 
2.6 


14:54 
0.8 


21:41 
3.2 


Tui6 3:07 


9:10 
3.0 


14:53 
0.4 


21:19 
3.3 


6iTh 10 

1 


3:20 
0.3 


9:10 
2.6 


14:42 21:25 
0.7 3.2 


1§ 


16 1 


4:14 
0.5 


10:02 
2.5 


15:34 
0.8 


22:22 
3.0 


1 


W,17. 3:39 


9:34 

2.8 


16:17 
0.6 


21:51 
3.2 


F 17 


3:52 
0.5 


9:37 
2.5 


15d0 22:00 
0. 8 3. 1 


|M'17| 


4:55 
0.6 


10:48 
2.5 


16:23 
0.9 


23K)7 ' 
2.8 


A 


'^^l^: -^0^5 


9:67 
2.6 


15:39 
0.8 


22:27 
3.0 


S 18 


4:31 
0.6 


10:10 
2.4 


15:13 22:42 
0. 9 2. 9 


}) Tu 18 


5:11 
0.7 


11:44 
2.5 


17:24 
LO 




N 


F 19 4:51 


10:25 
2.4 


16:05 
0.9 


23:10 

2.8 


S 19 


5:16 
0.8 


10:.^5 
2.3 


16:22 23:30 
1. 1 2. 7 


;wji9, 


0:01 
2.7 


6:35 
0.8 


12:62 
2.5 


18:42 
L0| 


}) 


S 20 S:38 


11:01 
2.2 


16:39 
1.1 




^ M 20 


6:13 
0.9 


12:02 
2.2 


17:32 . . . 
1.2 . . . 


E Th 20 1 


1:07 
2.5 


7:32 
0.9 


14.-02 
2.6 


20:14 1 
LO ' 




8 


21 


0:02 
2.6 


6:47 
1.1 


12:07 
2.0 


17:32 
1.3 


Tu21 


0:39 
2.5 


7:24 
1.0 


13:36 19:14 
2.2 1.2 


F |21^ 


2:26 
2.5 


8:36 
0.9 


16K)7 
2.8 


21:34 

0.8 ; 




M 


22 


1:23 
2.4 


8:23 
1.2 


14:37 
2.0 


19:44 
L4 


W 22 


2:00 
2.5 


8:38 
1.0 


14:59 '20:59 
2. 4 1. 1 


s;22: 


3:41 
2.6 


9:40 
0.8 


16:37 
3.0 


22:40 
0.6 




Tu 


23 


2:62 
2.5 


9:44 
LI 


16:07 
2.2 


21:48 
1.1 


E Th 23 


3:17 
2.6 


9:40 
0.9 


15:58 22:10 
2.6 0.8 


8 123 


4.49 
2.6 


10:35 
0.6 


17:01 
3.3 


23:37 1 
0.3 




W 


24 4:05 
^* 2.7 


10:42 
0.9 


16:56 
2.5 


22:52 
f8 


F 24 


4:23 
2.7 


10:32 
0.7 


16:47 23:06 
3. 0. 5 


M ! 24 : 


6:44 
2.8 


11:27 
0.5 


17:62 
3.6 


* • • 1 




Th 


25 5-02 


11:26 
0.6 


17:34 
2.9 


23:37 
0.5 


' S 25 


5:'20 
2.9 


11:18 
0.7 


17:32 23:57 
3. 3 0. 2 


O Tu 25 1 
P 


0:28 
0.1 


6:86 
2.9 


12:16 
0.8 


18:40 
3.9 ' 


E 


F 


26 


5:60 
3.1 


12:03 
0.4 


18:10 
3.2 




S , 26 


6:08 
3.1 


12:00 
0.3 


18:16 . . . 
3.6 .. . 


« W 26 

1 


1:15 
-0.1 


7:21 
2.9 


13:01 
0.2 


^19:27 
4.0 




S 


27 


0:20 
0.2 


6:33 
3.3 


12:38 
0.2 


18:45 
3.5 


o!m'27 


0:42 
-0.1 


6:52 
8.2 


12:40 18:.58 
0. 2 3. 8 


'Th 27 


2:02 
-0.1 


8.-06 
8.0 


13:46 
0.2 


20:14 
4.0 , 


o,« 


OQ ' 1:00 
^^ --0.1 


7:13 
3.4 


13:12 
0.1 


19:22 
3.7 


P Tu 28 


1:27 
-0.2 


7:35 
3.2 


13:20 19:42 
0. 2 3. 9 


I F ' 28 


2:48 
-0.1 


8:62 
3.0 


14:83 
0.3 


21:01 i 
3.8 


M 


^ -0.3 


7.52 
3.4 


13:45 
0.1 


20:00 
3.8 


S W 29 


2:12 
—0.2 


8:18 
3.1 


14:00 20:26 
0. 2 3. 9 


1 B 1 29 


3:34 
0.0 


9:38 
2.9 


15:18 
0.4 


21:60 
3.6 


p 


Tu 


on 2:24 
'*"; -0.3 


8:31 
3.3 


14:20 
0.1 


20:41 
3.8 


Th 30 


2:58 
—0.2 


9:00 
3.0 


14:42 21:12 
0. 3 3. 8 


S |30 


4:21 
0.1 


10:27 
2.8 


16:11 
0.5 


22:40 
3.4 
















1 F 1 31 


3:45 
0.0 


9:48 
2.8 


15:23 22:0'2 
0, 5 3. 6 


' 1 

1 i 










1 The tides are placed in the order of occurrence, with their limcH on the first line luul height,** on the second line of each day; 

, a comparison of consecutive heighten will indicate whether it is high or low water. The height.'^, in feet and tenths, are reckoned , 

from Mean Low Water Springs, which is approximatelv the datum of soundings on the Admiralty Charts for this region, and 

which is 1.7 feet helow mean sea level. To find the depth of water, add the tahular height to the soundings given on the chart, 

unless a minus ( - ) sign is before the height, in which case subtract It. 

The time used is Intercolonial Standard 60th meridian W.: O^ is midnight. 12»' is ncmn: all hours less than 12 are in the forenoon 
(a. m.), all greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and when diminished by 12 give the limes after ntM)n; for lustAnce, 15:47 is 8:47 p. m. 
%, new moon; }). 1st quar,; Q. full moon; ^ '^^^ quar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon farthest north or south of the 
equator; A, P, moon In apogee or iwrigee. 



ST. JOHNS, NKWFOUNDLAND, 1907. 



55 



■" 






JULY. 


jhand 




AlGUyT. 






SEPTEMBER. || 


g Day of- 
1 ! W. Mo. 


Timeand Height of Hit 
Low Water. 





W. Mo. 


Timeioid Height <>f High and 
Ltiw W*ter. 


':^ 


Da, 

w. 


1 


Time and Heigh 
Low W 

0:47 6:14 
2.0 L3 


itof Hi« 
ater. 


'h and 

20:49 
1.3 


i 


M 


1 


5:10 
0.3 


11:20 17:08 
2. 7 0. 7 


23:34 
3.1 




Th 


1 


6KB 
0.7 


12:27 
2.8 


18:46 
0.9 






S 


13:42 
2.5 


i 


Tu 2 


6:02 
0.5 


12:16 18:15 
2.7 0.9 






F 


2 


0:47 
2.4 


6:61 
1.0 


13:28 
2.6 


20:05 
LI 


N 

A 


M 


2 


2:M 
L9 


7:40 
1.4 


14:58 
2.5 


22:32 
1.3 


; 


W 3 


0:32 
2.8 


6M 13:17 
0. 7 2. 6 


19:31 
LO 




S 


3 


2:07 
2.2 


7:61 
1.1 


14:33 
2.6 


21:89 
L2 




Tu 


3 


4:23 
1.9 


9:20 
1.3 


16:07 
2.6 


23:29 
1.1 




Th, 4 


1:40 
2.5 


7:54 14:21 
0.9 2.6 


20:52 
1.0 




S 


4 


3:35 
2.0 


9:04 
1.2 


15:40 
2.6 


22:58 
LI 




W 


4 


6:39 
2.0 


10:47 
1.1 


17:01 
2.8 






F 5 


2:57 
2.4 


8:57 15:23 
0.9 2.7 


22:10 
1.0 




M 


5 


4:66 
2.0 


10:12 
LI 


16:38 
2.8 


23:51 
1.0 




Th 


5 


0:03 
0.9 


6:10 
2.3 


11:34 
0.9 


17:46 
3.0 




S , 6 


4:10 
2.3 


9:55 16:18 
0.9 2.8 


23:13 
0.9 


A 
N 


Tu 


6 


6:52 
2.1 


11:07 
LO 


17:26 
3.0 


: : : 




F 


6 


0:32 
0.6 


6:37 
2.5 


12:13 
0.7 


18:25 
3.3 




S 


7 


5:13 
2.3 


10:46 17:06 
0.9 8.0 






W 


7 


0:27 
0.8 


6:30 
2.3 


11:52 
0.9 


18:07 
3.1 


• 


S 


7 


0:69 
0.4 


7:04 
2.7 


12:47 
0.5 


19:01 
3.4 




M 


8 


0:02 
0.8 


6:02 11:32 
2. 3 0. 8 


17:48 
3.1 




Th 


8 


0:59 
0.6 


7:01 
2.4 


12:29 
0.8 


18:45 
3.8 




S 


8 


1:25 
0.2 


7:30 
3.0 


13:18 
0.3 


19:36 
3.5 


A 


Tu 


9 


0:11 
0.6 


6:12 12:10 
2.4 0.8 


18:27 
3.3 


• 


F 


9 


1:25 
0.4 


7:28 
2.6 


13K)1 
0.6 


19:21 
3.4 


£ 


M 


9 


1:54 
0.1 


7:59 
3.1 


13:60 
0.2 


20:09 
3.5 


• 


W 


10 


1:12 
0.5 


7:15 12:44 
2.5 0.7 


19:03 
3.4 




8 


10 


1:53 
0.3 


7:67 
2.7 


18:83 
0.6 


19:66 
3.6 




Tu 


10 


2:23 
0.1 


8:27 
3.3 


14:25 
0.1 


20:42 
8.5 




Th 


11 


1:43 
0.4 


7:45 13:12 
2.5 0.7 


19:39 
3.4 




S 


11 


2:23 
0.2 


8:25 
2.8 


14:05 
0.6 


20:30 
3.5 




W 


11 


2:52 
0.1 


8:59 
3.3 


15:05 
0.1 


21:19 
3.4 




F 


12 


2:13 
0.3 


8:16 13:43 
2.6 0.7 


20:13 
3.4 




M 


12 


2:53 
0.2 


8:56 
2.9 


14:39 
0.4 


21 KM 
3.4 




Th 


12 


3:22 
0.2 


9:34 
3.3 


15:46 
0.2 


21:65 
3.1 




S 


13 


2:46 
0.3 


8:45 14:15 
2.6 0.7 


20:48 
3.4 


E 


Tu 


13 


3:24 
0.2 


9:26 
3.0 


16:17 
0.3 


21:40 
3.3 




F 


13 


8:63 
0.3 


10:15 
3.2 


16:32 
0.8 


22:38 
2.9 




S 


14 


3:18 
0.3 


9:16 14:48 
2.7 0.7 


21:24 
3.3 




W 


14 


3:56 
0.2 


10:02 
3.1 


16:00 
0.4 


22:17 
3.1 


D 


S 


14 


4:28 
0.5 


11:06 
3.1 


17:29 
0.6 


23:19 
2.6 




M 


15 


8:53 
0.3 


9:49 15:27 
2.7 0.7 


22:01 
3.2 




Th 


15 


4:30 
0.4 


10:45 
3.0 


16:49 
0.5 


23:00 
2.9 




S 


15 


5:08 
0.8 


12:06 
2.9 


18:43 
0.8 






Tu 


16 


4:29 
0.4 


10:28 16:16 
2.7 0.7 


22:42 
3.0 


D 


F 


16 


5:07 
0.5 


11:32 
2.9 


17:46 
0.7 


23:48 
2.6 


s 


M 


16 


0:25 
2.2 


6:02 
1.1 


13:26 

2.8 


20:24 
1.0 


£ 


W 


17 


6:07 
0.5 


11:16 17:06 
2.8 0.7 


23:27 

2.8 




S 


17 


6.46 
0.8 


12:36 
2.9 


19:02 
0.8 






Tu 


17 


2:34 
2.1 


7:50 
L2 


14:55 
2.8 


22:00 
0.9 


1 


Th 


18 


5:50 
0.6 


12:12 18:11 
2. 8 0. 8 


: : : 




s 


18 


0:53 
2.3 


6:42 
1.0 


13:51 
2.8 


20:37 
0.9 


p 


W 


18 


4:13 
2.2 


9:41 
LO 


16:10 
3.0 


23:10 
0.7 


1 
i 


F 


19 


0:26 
2.6 


6:36 13:14 
0.8 2.8 


19:31 
0.9 




M 


19 


2:39 
2.2 


8:09 
LI 


15:11 
2.9 


22:06 
0.8 




Th 


19 


5:16 
2.5 


10:52 
0.7 


17:13 
3.3 


23:58 
0.4 




S ;20 


1:36 
2.4 


7:36 14:24 
0.9 2.8 


21:C0 
0.9 


s 


Tu 


20 


4:16 
2.2 


9:44 
0.9 


16:22 
3.2 


23:19 
0.6 




F 


20 


6:02 
2.8 


11:49 
0.4 


18:06 
3.6 






S 21 


8:04 
2.4 


8:50 16:35 
0.9 3.0 


22:18 
0.7 


p 


W 


21 


5:24 
2.4 


10:66 
0.7 


17:22 
3.4 




o 


S 


21 


0:38 
0.2 


6:48 
3,1 


12:36 
0.1 


18:52 
3.6 




M 


22 


4:27 
2.4 


10:02 16:38 
0.8 3.3 


23:23 
0.6 




Th 


22 


0:11 
0.4 


6:16 
2.7 


11:64 
0.4 


18:15 
3.7 


E 


S 


22 


1:14 
0.0 


7:19 
3.3 


13:17 
-0.1 


19:38 
3.7 


s 


Tu 


23 


5:30 
2.5 


11:05 17:34 
0.6 3.5 


. . . 


o 


F 


23 


0:56 
0.1 


7:00 
2.9 


12:44 
0.2 


19:03 
3.8 


|M 


23 


1:48 
-0.1 


7:53 
3.4 


13:56 
—0.1 


20:10 
3.6 


p 


W 


24 


0:19 
0.3 


6:25 12:01 
2. 7 0. 4 


18:26 
3.8 




S 


24 


1:36 
0.0 


7:40 
3.1 


13:30 
0.0 


19:48 
3.9 




Tu 


24 


2:19 
0.0 


8:24 
3.5 


14:34 
-0.1 


20:J6 
3.6 


o 


Th 


25 


1:07 
0.1 


7:12 12:50 
2.9 0.3 


19:14 
3.9 




s 


25 


2:15 
—0.1 


8:18 
8.3 


14:13 
0.0 


20:30 
3.8 




W 


25 


2:49 
0.1 


8:68 
3.4 


15:13 
0.1 


21:t:0 
3.2 




F 


26 


1:62 
—0.1 


7:56 13:38 
3.0 0.2 


20:01 
4.0 


E 


M 


26 


2:60 
-0.1 


8:66 
3.3 


14:64 
0.1 


21:10 
3.6 




Th 


26 


3:17 
0.3 


9:33 
3.3 


15:50 
0.3 


21:.12 
2.9 




S 


27 


2:35 
-0.1 


8:39 14:24 
3.1 0.2 


20:48 
3.9 




Tu 


27 


3:25 
0.0 


9:31 
3.3 


16:86 
0.2 


21:60 
3.3 




F 


27 


3:43 
0.5 


10K)9 
3.1 


16:28 
0.5 


22:24 
2.6 




s 


28 


3:15 
—0.1 


9:21 15:10 
3.1 0.2 


21:33 
3.7 




W 


28 


4:00 
0.2 


10:10 
3.2 


16:19 
0.4 


22:28 
3.1 




S 


28 


4K)8 
0.8 


10:50 
2.9 


17:13 
0.8 


22:53 
2.3 


£ 


M 


29 


8:57 
0.0 


10:05 15:56 
3.1 0.4 


22:18 
3.4 




Th 


29 


4:33 
0.4 


10:61 
3.0 


17:04 
0.6 


23:07 
2.7 


§.s 


29 


4:30 
LO 


11:37 
2.7 


18:10 
1.1 


23:29 
2.0 




Tu 


30 


4:38 
0.2 


10:47 16:47 
3.0 0.5 


23K)2 
3.1 


d 


F 


30 


6K)4 
0.7 


11:36 
2.8 


17:56 
0.9 


23:47 
2.3 


A 


M 


30 


4:53 
L3 


12:41 
2.5 


. 19:40 
1.3 


. . . 


1 


W 


31 


5:20 
0.4 


11:35 17:42 
2.9 0.7 


23:52 
2.7 




S 


31 


6:34 
1.0 


12:32 
2.6 


19:07 
L2 


. . . 
















The tid 
a comparis 
from Mean 
which is 1. 
unless a m 


es are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whe 
Low Water Springs, which is approximate 
7 feet below mean sea level. To find the dc 
nils ( — ) sign is before the heigiit, in which 


th their times on the first line and heights o 
ther it is high or low water. The heights, I 
'ly the datum of soundings on the Admira 
'pth of water, add the tabular height to the 
case subtract it. 


n the second line of each day; 
n feet and tenths, are reckoned 
ty Charts for this region, and 
soundings given on the chart, 


The tir 
(a.m.), all 


QeiLsed is Intercolonial Standard, 60th meri< 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and whe 


lian W; 0«» is midnight, 12«» is noon; all hours 
n diminished by 12 give the times after noon 


less than 12 are in the forenoon 
; for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 


equator; A 


r moon; J, 
, P. moon 


, 1st quar.; O. fuH moon; ([, 3d (j 
in apogee or perigee. 


[uar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


farthest north or south of tlie 



56 



ST. JOHNS, NEWFOUNDLAND, 1907. 







OCTC 


>BER. 

d Height of High and 
Low Water. 




NOVEMBER. 






s 


Dayof- 


Time an 


^ 


Dayof- 
W.|Mo. 


Time and Height of Hig 
Low Water. 


hand 


W. Mo. 
Tu[ 1 






1:29 
1.8 


5:32 
1.5 


14:06 
2.4 


21:28 
1.3 


F 1 


8:66 
2.2 


9:89 
1.2 


16:49 
2.6 


22:28 
0.9 




W 2 


8:56 
1.8 


8:56 
1.4 


16:26 
2.5 


22:40 
1.1 




S 2 


4:42 
2.5 


10:88 
0.9 


16:46 
2.8 


23K)6 
0.7 


.'ThI 3 


4:50 
2.1 


10:20 
1.2 


16:80 
2.7 


28:20 
0.9 


£ 


S ' 3 


6:18 
2.8 


11:21 
0.6 


17:82 
3.0 


23:43 
0.5 


I f' 4 

! 


5:31 
2.3 


11:10 
0.9 


17:20 
2.9 


23:58 
0.6 




M 4 


6:62 
3.1 


0.3 


18:14 
8.2 




S 5 


6:01 
2.7 


11:60 
0.6 


18:01 
3.1 




• 


Tu 5 


0:16 
0.3 


6:26 
3.4 


12:40 
0.0 


18:52 
8.3 


is 


6 


0.-28 
0.4 


6:30 
2.9 


12:26 
0.3 


18:38 
3.3 




W 6 


0:49 
0.2 


7:00 
3.6 


13:20 
-0.2 


19:29 
3.3 


E 

• 


M 


7 


0:53 
0.2 


6:59 
3.2 


13:00 
0.1 


19:13 
3.4 




Th 


7 


1:20 
0.1 


7:37 
3.8 


14:00 
-0.3 


20H)8 
3.3 




Tu 


8 


1:23 
0.1 


7:28 
3.4 


13:84 
0.0 


19:49 
3.6 




F 


8 


1:54 
0.2 


8:16 
3.8 


14:42 
—0.2 


20:45 
3.1 




W 


9 


1:50 
0.0 


7:59 
8.6 


14:12 
-0.2 


20:23 
3.4 


P 

S 


S 


9 


2.-27 
0.3 


8:68 
3.7 


15:26 
—0.1 


21:26 
2.9 


Th 


10 


230 

0.1 


8:84 
8.6 


14:62 
-0.1 


20:59 
8.8 




§ 


10 


3:02 
0.4 


9:42 
8.6 


16:16 
0.1 


22K)9 
2.7 


F 


11 


2:61 
0.2 


9:12 
8.5 


16:34 
0.0 


21:36 
3.0 




M 


11 


8:42 
0.7 


10:38 
3.3 


17:12 
0.4 


23:05 
2.4 


S 12 


8:28 
0.4 


9:66 
8.4 


1622 
0.2 


22:16 
2.8 


D 


Tu!i2 


4:83 
0.9 


11:34 
8.0 


18:19 
0.7 


. . . 


S' S 


13 


8:59 
0.6 


10:44 
8.2 


17:19 
0.5 


23K)5 
2.4 




W 13 


0:24 
2.8 


6:49 
1.1 


12:50 
2.8 


19U» 
0.9 


DM 


14 


4:40 
0.9 


11:49 
8.0 


18:88 
0.8 






Th 


14 


2K)1 
2.2 


7:46 
1.1 


14:15 
2.7 


21 .-02 
0.9 




Tu 


15 


0:23 
2.2 


6:48 
1.1 


13:09 
2.8 


20:06 
1.0 




F 


15 


8:24 

2.4 


9:22 
0.9 


15:38 
2.7 


22:08 
0.7 




W 


16 


2:26 
2.1 


7:52 
1.2 


14A7 

2.8 


21:40 
0.9 


£ 


S 


16 


4.'26 

2.7 


10:86 
0.7 


16:45 
2.9 


23K)0 
0.6 




Th 


17 


8:66 
2.2 


9.36 
0.9 


15:67 
2.9 


22:46 
0.7 




§ 


17 


5:08 
2.9 


11:28 
0.5 


17:36 
3.0 


23:41 
0.4 




F 


18 


4:65 
2.6 


10:46 
0.6 


17KB 
8.1 


28:88 
0.4 




M 


18 


6:60 
3.2 


12:10 
0.2 


18:20 
3.0 






S 


19 


5:89 
2.9 


11:40 
0.8 


17-.66 
3.3 


. . . 


O 


Tu 


19 


0:17 
0.3 


6:25 
3.4 


12:51 
0.1 


18:58 
d.l 


E 


§ 


20 


0:18 
0.3 


6:17 
3.2 


12:26 
0.1 


18:37 
3.4 


jW 20 


0:49 
0.3 


6:69 
3.5 


18.'26 
0.1 


19:31 
3.0 


o 


M 


21 


0:48 
0.1 


6:52 
8.4 


13:04 
0.0 


19:16 
8.4 


Th2l 


1:18 
0.8 


7:82 
8.6 


18:59 
0.1 


20:03 
2.9 




Tu 


22 


1:19 
0.1 


7:28 
8.6 


18:40 
-0.1 


19:60 
3.4 




F 


22 


1:43 
0.4 


8:05 
3.5 


14:83 
0.2 


20:34 
2.8 




W 


23 


1:46 
0.1 


7'.66 
3.6 


14:15 
-0.1 


20:23 
3.2 


N 


S 


23 


2:09 
0.6 


8:38 
3.4 


15K)6 
0.3 


21:03 
2.6 




Th 


24 


2:14 
0.2 


8:29 
8.5 


14:51 
0.1 


20:65 
5.0 




s 


24 


2:32 
0.7 


9:11 
8.8 


15:40 
0.4 


21:29 
2.6 




F 


25 


2:88 
0.4 


9.-02 
3.4 


16:25 
0.3 


21:24 
2.8 


A 


M 


25 


2:64 
0.8 


9:46 
8.1 


16:17 
0.6 


21:69 
2.4 




8 


26 


3:02 
0.6 


9:86 
3.2 


16:01 
0.6 


21:49 
2.5 




Tu26 


8:25 
0.9 


10:28 
2.9 


17K» 
0.7 


22:40 
2.3 


N 


S 


27 


8:24 
0.8 


10:12 
3.0 


16:41 
0.7 


22:17 
2.3 




W 27 


4K» 
1.1 


11.-07 
2,7 


17:62 
0.9 


28:40 
2.2 


A m!28 


3:49 
1.0 


10:55 
2.7 


17-.31 
0.9 


22:55 
2.1 


c 


Th^28 


5:01 
1.2 


12K)9 
2.5 


18:59 
1.0 




^ Tu 29 

1 


4:20 
1.2 


11:46 
2.5 


18:38 
1.1 






F 29 


1:12 
2.1 


6:34 
1.3 


13:80 
2.4 


20:13 
1.0 


W 30 

1 1 


. 0:07 
1.9 


6:11 
1.4 


1SK)6 
2.4 


20:10 
1.2 


£ 


S 30 


2:89 
2.3 


8:34 
1.2 


14:52 
2.4 


21:17 
1.0 




Th 


31 


2:48 
1.9 


7:87 
1.6 


14:83 
2.4 


21:28 
1.1 

















DECEMBER. 



Day of— 
W. Mo.| 

s I i! 

M 2; 

I 
Tu 3, 

w! 4! 

Th! 5 
F 6 

81 7 



Time and Height of High and 
Low water. 



Tu'lO 

W 11 



Th 
F 



8 1 14 
S 15 



M 

Tu 
W 
Th 



F"20 



§ 
M 
Tu 
W 



I 



Th 26 

.1 



a 


F 27 


E 


S 28 




H 29 




M 30 




Tu31 



3:40 
2.6 

4:29 

2.8 

5:13 
3.2 

6:56 
8.5 

0:19 
0.8 

0:58 
0.2 

1:37 
0.2 

2:15 
0.3 

2:66 
0.4 

8:42 
0.6 

4:37 
0.8 

0:OT 
2.6 

1:22 
2.5 

2:37 
2.5 

3:42 
2.7 

4:35 
2.9 

6:21 
8.1 

6K)1 
3.3 

0:21 
0.6 

0:57 
0.6 

1:25 
0.6 

1:51 
0.6 

2:17 
0.7 

2:45 
0.8 

8:17 
0.8 

8:69 
0.9 

4:62 
0.9 

0:15 
2.6 

1:26 
2.6 

2:37 
2.6 

3:43 
2.9 



9:61 
0.9 

10:49 
0.6 

11:38 
0.8 

12:28 
0.0 

6:88 
8.7 

7:20 
8.9 

8:02 
8.9 

8:47 
8.9 

9:34 
3,7 

10:24 
8.4 

U:21 
8.1 

6:50 
1.0 

7:22 
1.0 

8:64 
1.0 

10:11 
0.8 

11:12 
0.6 

12K)1 
0.5 

12:42 
0.4 

6:38 
8.4 

7:12 
3.6 

7:48 
8.6 

8:20 
8.6 

8:68 
3.4 

9:26 
3.2 

10:01 
3.1 

10:41 
2.9 

11:28 
2.7 

6:57 
1.0 

7:30 
• 1.1 

9:02 
1.0 

10:16 
0.7 



16:02 
2.6 

17.-00 
2.8 

17:48 
2.9 

18012 
8.0 

18.-06 
-0.1 

18-.60 
—0.2 

14:85 
—0.2 

16:20 
—0.1 

16.-07 
0.1 

16:69 
0.8 

17:67 
0.5 

12:26 
2.9 

18:48 
2.6 

15K)6 
2.6 

16:18 
2.5 

17:18 
2.6 

18K)5 
2.6 

18:45 
2.7 

18:17 
0.8 

18:50 
0.S 

14:20 
0.8 

14:62 
0.8 

16:24 
0.8 

15:67 
0.4 

16:84 
0.6 

17:15 
0.6 

18K)1 
0.8 

12:26 
2.6 

13:44 
2.4 

16:10 
2.4 

16:26 
2.6 



22:12 

0.8 

22:6« 
0.6 

28:40 

0.4 



19:14 
8.1 

19:56 
8.1 

20:87 
8.0 

21:20 
2.9 

22:09 
2.8 

23K» 
2.6 



19Ka 
0.7 

20:11 
0.8 

21:19 
0.9 

22:18 
0.8 

23H)6 
0.7 

23:48 
0.6 



19:20 
2.7 

19:50 
2.7 

20:20 
2.6 

20:50 

2.6 

21:19 
2.6 

21:48 
2.6 

22:25 
2.6 

28:14 
2,5 



18:68 
0.9 

19:68 
1.0 

21H)9 
0.9 

22:18 
0.8 



The tides aro placed in the order of occurrence, with their times on the first line and heights on the second line of each day: 
a comparison of consecutive heights will indicate whether it is high or low water. The heights, in feet and tenths, are reckoned 
from Mean Low Water Springs, which is approximately the datum of soundings on the Admiralty Char» for this region, and 
which is 1.7 feet below mean sea level. To find the depth of water, add the tabular height to the soundings given on the chart, 
unless a minus (—) sign is before the height, in which case subtract it. 

The time used is Intercolonial Standard, 60th meridian W; 0>> is midnight, 12t> is noon: all hourH less than 12 are in the forenoon 
( a. m. ) , all greater are in the afternoon ( p. m. ) and when diminished by 12 give the times after noon ; for instance. 16:47 is 8:47 p. m. | 

#, new moon: }). 1st quar.; O. 'uU moon; (£, 8d quar.; £, moon on the equator; N, S, moon farthest north or south of the 
equator; A. P, moon in apogee or perigee. 



HALIFAX (Navy- Yard), NOVA SCOTIA, 1907. 



57 





JANUARY. 


^ 


FEBRDARlf, 


^~"^ — 




■" 


MARCH. 






s 


Day of— 


Time and Height of Hl^ 
Low Water. 


^handle 


Day of— 


Tlmisan 

3:48 
0.8 


d tlLdghtof High Htid 
IvOwWtktt^r. 


S 


Dnyof- 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


W. Mo. 






W. 


Mf>, 

1 


W.^Mo, 


Tu 


1 


2-.52 
1.2 


8:51 15-27 
4.9 0.2 


21:29 
4.6 




F 


9:47 
5.1 


16:14 
0.1 


22:19 
6.2 




F 


1 


2:60 
0.4 


8:51 
5.3 


15:11 
-0.1 


21:18 
5.4 




W 


2 


3:24 
1.2 


9:26 16:02 
4.9 0.2 


. 22:06 
4.7 




8 


2 


4:29 
0.7 


10:26 
5.0 


16:53 
0.3 


23:00 
6.2 


E 


8 


2 


3:30 
^0.3 


9:30 
5.4 


15:49 
0.0 


21:66 
5.5 




Th 


3 


4K)0 
1.2 


10:03 16:89 
4.9 0.3 


22:44 

4.8 


E 


§ 


3 


5:15 
0.7 


11:09 
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17:38 
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23:44 
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16:29 
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22:36 
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4 


4:48 
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10:44 17:19 
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28:25 
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6:06 
0.7 


11:56 
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18:17 
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4 


4:58 
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10:53 
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17:10 
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23:19 
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6 


5:32 
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11:28 18:00 
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11:39 
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17:.56 
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0:10 
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657 12:13 
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18:48 
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1:21 
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8:04 
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13:45 
4.3 


20:08 
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6 


0:04 
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6:45 
0.6 


12:30 
4.6 


18:49 
LI 


£ 


M 


7 


0:69 
4.9 


7:27 13K» 
LO 4.5 


19:40 
0.8 




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7 


2:19 
4.8 


9:10 
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14:55 
4.1 


21:16 
L2 


C 


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7 


0:65 
4.8 


7:47 
0.7 


13:80 
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19:66 
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8 


1:54 
4.9 


8-.30 14:10 
0.9 4.8 


20:38 
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8 


3:25 
4.7 


10:16 
0.6 


16:14 
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22:29 
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8 


1.55 
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8:66 
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14:43 
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21:14 
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9:34 15:19 
0.7 4.8 


21:89 
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4.8 


11:19 
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17:30 
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23:41 
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3:05 
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10:03 
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16:06 
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22:81 
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3:53 
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10-.35 16:82 
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11:09 
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17:28 
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28:39 
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4:55 
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11:35 17:41 
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28:50 
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0:43 
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6:39 
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8:24 
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14:52 
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21:01 
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13:49 
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20:29 
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9:09 
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15:40 
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21:44 
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8:10 
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14:83 
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20:39 
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8:36 15:06 
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21:18 
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9:54 
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16:26 
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22:26 
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15:68 
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10:18 16:51 
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22:58 
5.3 




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11:21 
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17:59 
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10:13 
5.1 


16:39 
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22:32 
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5:23 
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5.2 -0.1 


28:41 
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7:29 
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12:56 
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11:33 
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18:02 
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8:24 
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13:51 
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20:36 
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12:17 
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1:21 
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8:18 13:40 
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20:27 
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21:86 
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7:34 
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13:06 
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2:13 
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9:16 14:45 
LO 3.8 


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22:36 
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21:48 
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4:05 
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11:04 17:13 
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11:55 
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18:11 
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LO 


16:20 
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22:45 
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12:39 
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11:10 
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17:19 
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12:40 
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)nd line of each day; 
tenths, are reckoned 
s for this region, and 
s given on the chart, 


Thetid 
acomparis 
from Meai 
which is 2. 
unless am 


les are placed in the order of occurrence, wl 
on eft consecutive heights will indicate whe 
1 Low Water Springs, which Is approximat 
6 feet below mean sea level. To And the dc 
Inus (— ) sign is before the height, in which 


th their time? on the first line and helK 
ther it is high or low water. The heign 
ely the datum of soundings on the Ad 
;pth of water, add the tabular height to 
case subtract it. 


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to, it 
min 
the 


n the secc 
i feet and 
ilty Chart 
sounding 


ThettB 
(a.m.),all 


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greater are in the afternoon (p. m. ) and whe 


lian W.; 0*> is midnight, 12>>is noon; all hourH 
n diminished by 12 give the times after noon 


less than 12 are In the forenoon 
; for instance, 15-47 is 3:47 p. m. 


1 •, nev 
1 equator; A 

1 


rmoon; ^.Istquar.; O. full moon: ([,3d 
,, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


quar.; E, 


moon 


on the equator; N, S, mooi 


I farthest north or south of the 



58 



HALIFAX (Navy- Yard), NOVA SCOTIA, 1907. 





APRIL. 


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2 




MAY. 






JUNE. 


c 

8 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


S 


Dayof— 


1 
Tlme&nd Heightof Hlg:h and 
LowWater. 


VV. 


Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 




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—0.2 


9:54 16:05 
5.4 0.2 


22:12 
6.6 




W 


1 


4:26 
-0.4 


10:27 
6.3 


16:37 
0.6 


22:39 
6.6 




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1 


6:04 
-0.1 


12H» 
4.9 


18:39 
1.0 


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' 


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10:40 16:51 
6.3 0.5 


22:56 
5.4 


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2 


5:20 
—0.1 


11:18 
5.0 


17:37 
0.9 


23:29 
5.1 




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4.8 


7:07 
0.1 


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0.1 


11:28 17:42 
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23:44 
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12:15 
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18:46 
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0.4 


12:22 18:44 
4.6 1.2 




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4.2 


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0.5 


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4-5 


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1 


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4.7 


7:36 13:24 
0. 6 4. 3 


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4.4 


8:29 
0.5 


14:29 
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21:18 
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4.1 


10:10 
0.6 


16:13 
4.5 


22:59 
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1:39 
4.4 


8:44 14:38 
0.7 4.1 


21:20 
1.4 




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6 


2:40 
4.2 


9:35 
0.5 


16:42 
4.3 


22:26 
1.0 




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6 


4:48 
4.1 


11:05 
0.6 


17:08 
4.6 


23:48 
0.6 , 




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2:51 
4.2 


9:51 15:58 
0.7 4.0 


22:36 
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3:58 
4.1 


10:35 
0.6 


16:49 
4.4 


23:24 
0.8 




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7 


6:51 
4.2 


11:57 
0.7 


17:56 
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4:10 
4.2 


10:55 17:11 
0.6 4.3 


23:37 
0.9 




W 


8- 


5:11 
4.2 


11:32 
0.5 


17:42 
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0.6 


6:42 
4.2 


12:47 
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18:41 ; 

4.8 




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9 


6:23 
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11:53 18:09 
0.4 4.6 




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6:09 
4.4 


12:22 
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18:28 
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0.4 


7:27 
4.8 


13:81 
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19:20 
4.9, 




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0:29 
0.7 


6:23 12:44 
4.6 0.3 


18:.56 
4.9 




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0:56 
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6:58 
4.6 


13:08 
0.5 


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19:55 


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7:13 13:30 
4.8 0.2 


19:37 
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11 


1:38 
0.2 


7:41 
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13:51 
0.6 


19:48 
5.1 




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11 


2:32 
0.2 


8:38 
4.8 


14:41 
L2 


20:29 
4.9 


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1:58 
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7:66 14:12 
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20:15 
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0.2 


8:19 
4.6 


14:28 
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20:22 
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N 


W 


12 


8:07 
0.2 


9:10 
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15:12 
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21:03 1 

4.8 1 




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2:38 
0.1 


8:35 14:52 
5.0 0.3 


20:49 
5.3 




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13 


2:55 
0.1 


8:64 
4.6 


15.-03 
0.9 


20:56 
5.0 




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13 


3:43 
0.3 


9:43 
4.4 


15:42 
L4 


21:S6 




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3:18 
0.1 


9:13 15:30 
5.0 0.5 


21:25 
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14 


3:31 

0.2 


9:29 
4.5 


15:36 
1.1 


21:29 
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14 


4:19 
0.4 


10:17 
4.5 


16:13 
L6 


22:11 
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8:58 
0.2 


9:50 16:07 
4.8 0.8 


21:59 
5.1 




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15 


4:09 
0.3 


10:04 
4.6 


16:08 
1.3 


22:01 
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15 


4:55 
0.5 


10:53 
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16:51 
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22:49 

4.6 1 




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1 


4:37 
0.3 


10:26 16:42 
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22:32 
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N 


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16 


4:45 
0.6 


10:39 
4.4 


16:40 
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22:35 
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11:85 
4.6 


17:88 
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23:81 
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11:05 17:18 
4.5 1.3 


23:08 
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F 


17 


5r26 
0.6 


11:18 
4.4 


17:18 
1.6 


23:14 
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17 


6:16 
0.7 


12:39 
4.6 


18:34 
L4 




A 


Th'lH 


6:00 
0.7 


11:45 17:68 
4.3 1.6 


23:47 
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6:07 
0.8 


12:01 
4.3 


18:06 
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23:57 
4.3 


D 


Tu 


18 


0:17 
4.4 


7:02 
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12.-08 
4.7 


19:34 1 

1.3 1 


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f'io 


6:47 
0.9 


12:30 18:47 
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12:49 
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14:01 
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20:33 t 
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0:32 
4.2 


7:39 13:22 
LO 4.0 


19:50 
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20 


0:46 
4.2 


7:46 
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12:42 
4.3 


20:11 
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20 


2:11 
4.3 


8:44 
0.8 


14:66 
4.9 


21:33 
0.8 




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1:24 
4.1 


8:33 14:22 
1.0 4.0 


20:56 
1.7 




Tu 


21 


1:44 
4.2 


8:38 
0.9 


14:40 
4.4 


21:13 
L3 




F 


21 


8:16 
4.4 


9:39 
0.8 


15:58 
5.0 


22:30 
0.4 




M 


22 


2:27 
4.0 


9:28 16:26 
1.0 4.1 


21:58 
1.4 




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22 


2:49 
4.2 


9:31 
0.8 


15:39 

4.7 


22:10 
1.1 




S 


22 


4:23 
4.5 


10:34 
0.7 


16:50 
6.2 


23:26 
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Tu 


23 


3:35 
4.1 


10:20 16:26 
0.8 4.3 


22:52 
1.1 


E 


Th 


23 


8:57 
4.4 


10:23 
0.7 


16:34 
4.9 


23:04 
0.5 




s 


23 


6:27 
4.7 


11:35 
0.6 


17:48 
5.4 


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W 


24 


4:40 
4.3 


11:10 17:20 
0.6 4.7 


23:41 
0.7 




F 


24 


4:59 
4.6 


11:14 
0.5 


17:28 
5.2 


23:56 
0.1 




M 


24 


0:20 
—0.2 


6:27 
4.9 


12:30 
0.5 


18:48 
5.6 




Th 25 


5:38 
4.6 


11:57 18:09 
0.4 6.1 






s 


25 


5:58 
4.9 


12K)6 
0.8 


18:19 
5.5 


. . . 


9 


Tu 


25 


1:13 
-0.5 


7:23 
5.1 


18:24 
0.4 


19:36 1 
6.8 ' 


E 


F 26 


0:28 
0.3 


6:31 12:42 
6.0 0.2 


18:55 
5.4 




s 


26 


0:45 
-0.3 


6:62 
6.1 


12:56 
0.2 


19:09 
6.7 


S 


W 


26 


2:06 
-0.7 


8:17 
6.3 


14:18 
0.4 


20:27 
5.8 




S 27 


1:15 
-0.1 


7:20 13:27 
5.3 0.0 


19:39 
5.7 


O 


M 


27 


1:&5 
-0.5 


7:43 
5.3 


13:44 
0.2 


19:58 
6.9 




Th 


27 


3:00 
-0.7 


9:08 
5.4 


15:16 
0.4 


21:17 
5-8, 


o 


S 


28 


2:00 
-0.4 


8:05 14:11 
5.5 0.0 


20:22 
5.8 


P 


Tu 


28 


2:25 
-0.7 


8:33 
5.4 


14:35 
0.2 


20:45 
5.9 




F 


28 


8:58 
-0.6 


10:00 
6.4 


16:15 
0.5 


22.'08 

6.6 1 


M 


29 


2:47 
—0.5 


8:52 14:57 
5.5 0.1 


21:17 
6.8 


s 


W 


29 


3:17 
-0.7 


9:23 
5.4 


15:28 
0.4 


21:34 
5.7 




S 


29 


4:47 
-0.5 


10:51 
6.3 


17:17 
0.6 


22:59 ' 
5.3 


P Tu 


30 


3:36 
—0.5 


9:39 15:45 
6.6 0.3 


21:62 
5.7 




Th 


30 


4:10 
—0.6 


10:14 
5.3 


16:27 
0.6 


22:23 
5.5 




s 


30 


5:44 
-0.3 


11:44 
5.1 


18.-21 
0.7 


28:58 
4.9 1 
















F 


31 


5:05 
—0.3 


11:07 
5.1 


17:30 
0.8 


23.14 
6.2 
















1 a 

fr< 
' w 

ut 

(a 
eq 


The tid 
2ompari.s 
)ra Meai 
tiichis2. 
iles.s a ni 

The tin 
.mO.all 

#, new 
uator; A 


es are placed in the order of occurrence 
on of con.secutive heights will indicate 
I Low Water Springs, which is approxi 
6 feet below mean sea level. To find th 
inus (— ) sign is before the height, in w 
le used i.s Intercolonial Standard, 60th Jd 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m. ) and 
' moon; ^, 1st quar.; O. '^^^ moon; ([ 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


>, wi 
whe 
mat 
edt 
tiich 
[erid 
whe 
3d< 


th their times on the first line and heights o 
ther it \» high or low water. The heights, li 
ely the datum of soundings on the Admira 
pth of water, add the tabular height to the 
case subtract it. 

ian W.; 0»» is midnight, 12" is noon; all hours 
n diminished by 12 give the times after noon 
^uar.; £, moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


n the second line of each day; ' 
1 feet and tenths, are reckoned , 
Ity Charts for this rcffion. and 
soundings given on the enart, 

less than 12 are in the forenoon i 
; for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m, ' 
farthest north or south of the | 

1 



HALIFAX (Navy- Yard), NOVA SCOTIA, 1907. 



59 



~ -- ^ 


JULY. 


~ 


fh and 


1 


' 


AUGUST. 


tof HighaiKl 
ater, 






SEPTE 


UBEK. 

1 Heiglit Df Hiph und 
Low Wuti f. 


-• Dayof- 

Q 


Time and Height of Hij 
Low Water. 


Day of— 


Time and Helgta 
LowW 


Day of— 


Tliiii> am 


11 w. 


Mo. 


1 w. 


Mo. 


W. MiK 


jM 


1 


6:41 
0.0 


12:41 
5.0 


19:26 
0.7 




Th 


1 


1:20 
4.3 


8:05 
0.7 


13:62 
4.6 


20:63 

0.8 


' 


s 


1 


2:48 
3.7 


9:29 14:57 
1.6 4.1 


22:06 
LO 


(T 'tu 

K 


2 


0:52 
4.6 


7:41 
0.3 


13:36 
4.8 


20:30 
0.8 


F 


2 


2:23 
4.0 


9K)5 
LO 


14:47 
4.4 


21:50 
0.8 


N 
A 


M 


2 


4:03 
3.6 


10:31 16:69 
L6 4.1 


22:59 
0.9 


!\V 3 


1:54 
4.3 


8:40 
0.5 


14:35 
4.6 


21:31 
0.8 


S 


3 


3:36 
3.8 


10:05 
1.2 


15:46 
4.3 


22:45 
0.8 




Tu 


3 


6:13 
3.7 


11:26 16:58 
L4 4.2 


23:46 
0.8 


Th 


4 


3:02 
4.1 


9:39 
0.7 


15:32 
4.5 


22:28 
0.8 


S 


4 


4:52 
3.7 


11:02 
1.3 


16:43 
4.3 


23:36 
0.7 




W 


4 


6:02 
3.9 


12:12 17:51 
1.3 4.4 




F 


5 


4:16 
3.9 


10:36 
0.9 


16:28 
4.5 


23:20 
0.7 




M 


5 


5:56 
3.8 


11:56 
L3 


17:36 
4.4 


. . . 




Th 


5 


0:27 
0.6 


6:42 12:63 
4.2 1.1 


18:37 
4.6 


S 


6 


5:25 
3.9 


11:31 
1.0 


17:21 
4.5 




A 
N 


Tu 


6 


0:22 
0.6 


6:44 
3.9 


12:44 
1.2 


18:-23 
4.5 




F 


6 


0.4 


7:16 13:26 
4.5 0.9 


19:18 
4.8 


1 '^' 


0:07 
0.6 


6:22 
4.0 


12:24 
1.0 


18:09 
4.6 




W 


7 


1:02 
0.5 


7:21 
3.9 


13:24 
1.2 


19:05 
4.7 


• 


S 


7 


1:41 
0.3 


7:50 13:56 
4.8 0.7 


19:68 
6.0 


1 M 8 


0:52 
0.5 


7:09 
4.0 


13:09 
1.1 


18:52 
4.7 




Th 8 


1:39 
0.4 


7:54 
4.3 


13:67 
L2 


19:44 
4.8 




H 


8 


2:15 
0.1 


8:24 14:32 
5.1 0.5 


20:35 
6.2 


A TU| 9 


1:31 
0.4 


7:48 
4.1 


13:49 
1.2 


19:31 

4.8 


• 


F 


9 


2:14 
0.2 


8:28 
4.5 


14:24 
LI 


20:21 
4.9 


E 


M 


9 


2:49 
0.1 


8:59 15:08 
6.3 0.3 


21:12 
5.2 


X w'lO 

• 


2:07 
0.3 


8:20 
4.2 


14:20 
1.3 


20:08 

4.8 




S 


10 


2:48 
0.2 


8:55 
4.7 


14:67 
LI 


20:57 
6.0 




Tu 10 


3:26 
0.1 


9:35 15:47 
6.4 0.3 


21:51 
6.2 


iTh 11 


2:42 
0.3 


8:50 
4.3 


14:48 
1.3 


20:43 

4.8 




S 


11 


3:22 
0.2 


9:29 
4.9 


15:31 
LO 


21:34 
5.0 




W 11 


4:01 
0.2 


10:16 16:30 
6. 4 0. 3 


22:32 
5.1 


1 F 12 


3:16 
0.3 


9:21 
4.5 


16:17 
1.3 


21:18 
4.8 




M 


12 


3:56 
0.2 


10:04 
6.1 


16:08 
0.8 


22:11 
6.0 




Th 


12 


4:39 
0.5 


10:54 17:16 
6.3 0.4 


28:17 
4.9 


S 13 


3:50 
0.3 


9:55 
4.6 


15:50 
1.2 


21:54 

4.8 


E 


Tu 


13 


4:80 
0.3 


10:41 
5.2 


16:51 
0.7 


22:50 
4.9 




F 


13 


5:21 
0.7 


11:38 18:11 
6. 1 0. 5 




S 14 


4:24 
0.4 


10:31 

4.8 


16:28 
1.2 


22:31 
4.7 


w 


14 


5:06 
0.5 


11:21 
5.2 


17:36 
0.7 


23:35 

4.8 


D 


S 


14 


0:06 
4.7 


6:11 12:27 
LI 4.9 


19:11 
0.7 


M 15 


5:00 
0.5 


11:10 
4.8 


17:11 
LI 


23:10 
4.7 




Th 


15 


5:46 
0.7 


12:05 
5.1 


18:31 
0.7 






s 


15 


1:01 
4.4 


7:18 13:23 
L3 4.6 


20:19 
0.8 


Tu 16 


5:38 
0.6 


11:51 
4.9 


18:02 
LI 


23:65 
4.6 


}) 


F 


16 


0:22 
4.6 


6:34 
0.9 


12'M 
4.9 


19:81 
0.7 


s 


M 


16 


2:08 
4.2 


8:31 14:28 
1.4 4.6 


21:27 
0.7 


K W 17 


6:20 
0.7 


12:36 
4.9 


18:57 
LO 




• s 

1 


17 


1:37 
4.4 


7:80 
LI 


13:48 
4.8 


20:35 
0.7 




Tu 17 


3:24 
4.1 


9:51 16:41 
1.3 4.5 


22:34 
0.6 


D Th 


18 


0:45 
4.5 


7:08 
0.8 


13:26 
4.9 


19:58 
0.9 


s 


18 


2:21 
4.3 


8:36 
1.2 


14:50 
4.7 


21:41 
0.6 


p 


W 18 


4:41 
4.2 


11:02 16:63 
LI 4.6 


23:33 
0.4 




F 


19 


1:41 
4.4 


8:01 
0.9 


14:20 
4.9 


21:00 
0.7 


M 

1 


19 


3:33 
4.2 


9:48 
L2 


15:58 
4.8 


22:46 
0.4 




Th 


19 


6:48 
4.5 


12:02 17:58 
0. 8 4. 9 






S 


20 


2:45 
4.4 


9:00 
1.0 


16:18 
4.9 


22:01 
0.5 


s 


Tu 


20 


4:49 
4.3 


IIKH) 
LO 


17:05 
4.9 


23:46 
0.2 




F 


20 


0:28 
0.1 


6:42 12:56 
4.9 0.6 


18:56 
6.1 


1 


IS 


21 


3:53 
4.3 


10K» 
0.9 


16:20 
5.0 


23:01 
0.2 


p 


W 


21 


5:47 
4.6 


12:07 
0.8 


18:08 
5.2 




o 


S 


21 


1:18 
-0.1 


7:30 13:45 
6.2 0.2 


19:44 
' 5.3 


J M 


22 


5K)4 
4.4 


11:11 
0.8 


17:22 
6.2 


23:59 
-0.1 




Th 


22 


0:41 
-0.1 


6:56 
4.9 


13:04 
0.5 


19:05 
6.4 


E 


IS 


22 


2:04 
-0.2 


8:13 14:30 
5.5 0.0 


20:30 
6.4 


s Tu 


23 


6:09 
4.7 


12:13 
0.7 


18:22 
5.4 


. . . 


o 


F 


23 


1:83 
-0.4 


7:48 
6.2 


13:6.'> 
0.3 


19:58 
6.6 




M 


23 


2:48 
—0.2 


8:M 15:16 
5.6 0.0 


21:12 
5.4 


1^ 


w;24 

1 


0:55 
—0.3 


7:08 
4.9 


13:12 
0.5 


19:19 
5.6 




S 


24 


2:22 
-0.5 


8:34 
6.4 


14:47 
0.2 


20:47 
6.6 




Tu 


24 


8:32 
0.0 


9:31 16:00 
6.6 0.0 


21:56 
5.2 





Th, 25 


1:47 
—0.6 


8:02 
5.2 


14:06 
0.4 


20:11 
6.7 




S 


25 


3:12 
—0.5 


9:19 
6.5 


15:37 
0.1 


21:34 
6.6 




W 


25 


4:16 
0.3 


10:14 16:46 
5.3 0.2 


22:38 
5.0 


, F 26 


2:41 
—0.7 


8:53 
5.4 


15:01 
0.3 


21:03 
5.7 


E 


M 


26 


4:00 
-0.3 


lOKM 
5.5 


16:28 
0.2 


22:19 
5.4 




Th 


26 


6K)0 
0.7 


10:M 17:36 
6.1 0.4 


23:22 
4.6 


S I 27 

1 1 


3:33 
—0.6 


9:42 
5.5 


15:58 
0.3 


21:52 
5.6 




Tu27 


4:47 
-0.1 


10:47 
6.4 


17:19 
0.3 


23:05 
6.1 




F 


27 


5:47 
LO 


11.35 6:26 
4.8 0.7 






» 28 


4:24 
-0.5 


10:31 
5.4 


16:54 
0.4 


22:41 
5.4 




W 


28 


5:37 
0.3 


11:81 
6.2 


18:12 
0.5 


23:57 
4.7 




S 


28 


0:09 
4.3 


6:41 12:20 
L4 4.6 


19:23 
0.9 


E 


M,29 

i 


5:17 
—0.2 


11:20 
5.3 


17:52 
0.5 


23:32 
5.0 


Th 


29 


6:29 
0.7 


12:17 
4.9 


19:10 
0.7 




§ 


S 


29 


1:00 
4.0 


7:42 13K)8 
1.6 4.2 


20:21 
LO 


TivSO 


6:11 
0.1 


12:08 
5.1 


18:52 
0.6 




C F 


30 


0:43 
4.3 


7:26 
1.1 


13:05 
4.6 


20:09 
0.9 


A 


M 


30 


1:59 
3.8 


8:48 14:10 
1.7 4.0 


21:19 
LI 


kjw' 


31 


0:24 
4.7 

1 


7:08 12:58 
0. 4 4. 9 

cedin theord( 
secutive height 
ter Springs, w 
jw mean .sea le 
sign is before t 


19:52 
0.7 




s 


31 


1:41 
4.0 


8:26 
L3 


13:68 
4.3 


21:09 
LO 














Tt 
acorn 
from I 
which 
unless 


etic 

paria 
dear 
is 2 
a m 


les are pla 
on of eonj 
I Low \Va 
6 feet bel 
inus (— ) 


jr of occurrenct 
js will indicate 
hich is approx 
vol. To find tl 
he height, in v 


3,Wi 

whe 
mat 
Hed< 
rhicl 


th their times on the first line and heights o 
ther it is high or low water. The heighUi, ir 
ely the datum of soundings on the Admire 
;pth of water, add the tabular height to the 
1 case subtract it. 


n the second line of each day; 
I feet and tenths, are reckoned 
ilty Charts for this reelon, and 
soundings given on the chart, 


' The til 
' (a.m.), all 


ne used Is InttTcolonial Standard, 60th meri 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and whe 


dian W.; 0««is midnight, 12>' Is noon; all hours 
n diminished by 12 give the times after noon 


less than 12 are In the forenoon 
; for Instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 


' •. nev 
equator; A 


rmoon; J), Istquar.; O. full moon; (£, 3d < 
., P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


luar.; E, 


moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


farthest north or south of the 



60 



HALIFAX (Navy- Yard), NOVA SCOTIA, 1907. 





OCTOBER. 




NOVEMBER. 


DECEMBER. ! 


1 


Day of— 


Time and Heixhtof R\gh and 
LowWater. 


S 


Dayof- 


Time and Heichtof High and 
LowWater. 


S 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of High and 
LowWater. 


W. Mo. 


W. JMo. 


W. 


Mo, 




w7 


8:07 
8.7 


9.50 15H)8 
1.7 8.9 


22:18 
1.0 




F 1 


4:12 
4.8 


10:45 
L2 


16:26 
4.1 


22:66 
0.7 




S 


1 


4:18 
4.8 


10:47 
0.7 


16:S7 
4.4 


22:52' 
0.7 




W' 2 


4:18 
3.8 


10:47 16:18 
1.5 4.0 


28K)1 
0.9 




S 


2 


6.-04 
4.6 


11:29 
0.8 


17:21 
4.4 


28:40 
0.6 




M 


2 


6.-06 
6.0 


11:86 
0.8 


17:85 
4.7 


23:44 
0.5 




Th, 3 


5.-08 
4.0 


11:32 17:12 
1.3 4.2 


28:46 
0.7 


E 


§ 


3 


6:51 
4.9 


12:12 
0.4 


18:18 
4.8 






Tu 


3 


6:58 
6.4 


12:25 
-0.1 


18 JO 
4.9 


• * • 1 




f! 4 


5:54 
4.4 


12:11 18:02 
1.0 4.5 


•.• • 




M 


4 


0:22 
0.4 


6:86 
6.3 


12:66 
0.0 


19:00 
5.1 




W 


4 


0:82 
0.4 


6.47 
6.6 


13:18 
-0.4 


19:22 
5.2 




S ' 5 

1 


0:25 
0.5 


6:85 12:49 
4.8 0.6 


18:47 
4.8 


• 


Tu 


5 


1K» 
0.2 


7:18 
5.6 


18:88 
-0.8 


19:45 
6.8 


• 


Th 


5 


1:20 
0.3 


7:35 
6.8 


14X»1 
-0.6 


20:11 
6.8 




IS 6 

1 


1:03 
0.8 


7:13 13:26 
5.1 0.8 


19:80 
6.1 




W 


6 


1:46 
0.1 


8K)1 
6.7 


14:22 
-0.6 


20:80 
6.4 


P 


F 


6 


2:07 
0.3 


8:22 
6.9 


14:60 
-0.7 


21:00 1 
5.4 1 


£ 

• 


Mi 7 


1:40 
ai 


7:51 14:05 
5.4 0.0 


20:10 
6.8 




Th 


7 


2:28 
0.2 


8:44 
6.8 


16:07 
-0.6 


21:16 
5.4 


8 


S 


7 


2:58 
0.3 


9:10 
6.8 


16:40 
-0.6 


21:60 
5.4 




Tu 


8 


2:17 
0.1 


8:29 14:45 
6.6 -0.1 


20:51 
6.4 




F 


8 


3:12 
0.3 


9:28 
6.7 


16:66 
-0.4 


22:02 
6.8 




s 


8 


8:51 
0.5 


9:69 
6.6 


16:88 
—0.4 


22:40 
5.2 




W 


9 


2:54 
0.1 


9:09 16:27 
5.6 —0.2 


21:82 
6.4 


P 

S 


S 


9 


4K)1 
0.6 


10:13 
6.5 


16:47 
-0.2 


22:52 
6.1 




M 


9 


4:51 
0.7 


10:47 
5.8 


17:29 
—0.2 


23:33 1 
5.1 




Th 10 


3-.85 
0.3 


9:49 16:12 
5.6 —0.1 


22:16 
6.2 




s 


10 


4:66 
0.8 


11K)1 
6.2 


17:48 
0.1 


28:46 
4.9 




Tu 


10 


5:66 
0.9 


11:46 
6.0 


18.-29 
0.1 


19:33'^ 
0.3 




F 11 


4:18 
0.5 


10:81 17:00 
5.4 0.1 


23:02 
6.0 




M 


11 


6K)1 
1.1 


11:68 
4.8 


18:46 
0.4 




D 


W 


11 


0:80 
4.9 


7:09 
1.1 


12:89 
4.6 




S |12 


6:04 
0.8 


11.17 17:56 
5.1 0.3 


28:64 
4.7 


D 


Tu 


12 


0:44 
4.6 


7:18 
1.8 


12-58 
4.6 


19:68 
0.6 




Th 


12 


1.81 
4.7 


8:22 
1.0 


18:44 
4.8 


20:37 ; 
0.5 


S 


S 


13 


6:01 
1.1 


12K)7 18:58 
4.8 0.6 






W 


13 


1:61 
4.4 


8:89 
1.3 


14:01 
4.2 


21:00 
0.6 


E 


F 


13 


2:85 
4.6 


9:80 
0.9 


14:58 
4.2 


21:39 
0.6 1 


1 


M 


14 


0:02 
4.4 


7:14 13:05 
1.4 4.5 


20.-07 
0.7 




Th 


14 


3:01 
4.3 


9:62 
1.1 


15:18 
4.1 


22:04 
0.6 




S 


14 


8:89 
4.5 


10:80 
0.8 


16:18 
4.1 


22:88 1 

a? 




Tu 


15 


2:01 
4.2 


8:40 14:14 
1.4 4.3 


21:16 
0.7 




F 


15 


4:10 
4.4 


10:54 
0.9 


16:86 
4.2 


28H)2 
0.6 




s 


15 


4:87 
4.6 


11:24 
0.6 


1722 
4.1 


23:34, 
0.7! 




W 


16 


8:17 
4.1 


9:57 15:31 
1.3 4.2 


22:22 
0.6 


E 


S 


16 


5:10 
4.7 


11:46 
0.6 


17:89 
4.4 


28:66 
0.5 




M 


16 


6-.31 
4.7 


12:13 
0.6 


18:22 
4.2 


• • - 




Th 17 


A3Q 
4.3 


11K)3 16:45 
1.0 4.4 


23:21 
0.4 




s 


17 


6K)0 
4.9 


12:31 
0.4 


18d» 
4.6 






Tu 


17 


0:25 
0.8 


6:20 
4.8 


12:67 

as 


19:11 '■ 
4.3 




F 18 


5:32 
4.6 


11:58 17:61 
0.7 4.6 






M 


18 


0:42 
0.5 


6:46 
5.0 


18:16 
0.2 


19:20 
4.7 




W 


18 


1:14 
0.8 


7:04 
4.9 


18:40 
0.2 


19:54 1 
4.3 




S 19 


018 
0.8 


6:24 12:46 
4.9 0.4 


18:44 
4.8 


o 


Tu 


19 


1:27 
0.6 


7:27 
5.2 


18:66 
0.1 


20K)1 
4.7 


o 


Th 


19 


1:56 
0.9 


7:48 
6.0 


14:18 
0.1 


20:29 1 

4.4I 


E 


S 


20 


1:01 
0.2 


7:09 ISA) 
5.2 0.2 


19:81 
5.0 




W 


20 


2K» 
0.6 


8r06 
6.2 


14:36 
0.0 


20:40 
4.7 


N 


F 


20 


2:82 
1.1 


8:19 
6.0 


14:66 
0.1 


21H)2 
4.4 


O 


M 


21 


1:45 
0.2 


7:60 14:12 
5.8 0.0 


20:14 
6.1 




Th 


21 


2:46 
0.8 


8:40 
6.2 


16:14 
0.1 


21:17 
4.6 




S 


21 


8:04 
1.2 


8:64 
4.9 


16:81 
0.2 


21.34! 
4.4 




Tu 


22 


2:26 
0.2 


8:28 14:50 
5.4 -0.1 


20:65 
5.1 




F 


22 


8:21 
1.0 


9:16 
6.0 


16:52 
0.2 


21:68 
4.5 


A 


s 


22 


3.85 
1.8 


9:29 
4.8 


16:06 
0.8 


22:17 

4.5, 




W 


23 


8:06 
0.4 


906 15:86 
6.8 0.0 


21:84 
4.9 


N 


S 23 


3:65 
1.2 


9:61 
4.9 


16:81 
0.3 


22:30 
4.5 




M 


23 


4:06 
L4 


lOHB 
4.7 


16:40 
0.4 


22:42 ' 
4.5 




Th 


24 


8:45 
0.7 


9:43 16:17 
5.2 0.2 


22:14 
4.8 




IS 


24 


4:30 
1.4 


10:37 

4.7 


17:10 
0.6 


28K» 

4.4 




Tu 


24 


4:89 
L4 


10:38 
4.6 


17:17 
0.6 


23:20 , 
4.6 < 




F 


25 


4:25 
1.0 


10:20 17:00 
5.0 0.4 


22:54 
4.5 


A 


M 


25 


6.-08 
1.6 


11:06 
4.6 


17:58 
0.7 


23-.60 
4.3 




W 


25 


5:20 
L4 


11:17 
4.6 


17:66 
0.7 


• • - , 




S 


26 


5K)5 
1.3 


10:58 17:46 
4.7 0.6 


28:86 
4.8 




Tu 


26 


6:56 
1.7 


11:46 
4.8 


18:39 
0.9 






Th 


26 


0:02 
4.6 


6K)6 
L4 


12:00 
4.4 


18:38 i 
0.8 


N 


s 


27 


5:52 
1.6 


11:88 18:36 
4.4 0.9 






W 


27 


0:86 
4.8 


6:64 
L7 


12:88 
4.1 


19:29 
1.0 


c 


F 


27 


0:47 
4.7 


7:06 
1.8 


12:46 
4.3 


19.-23 1 
0.9 1 


A 


M 


28 


0:23 

4.1 


6:47 12:23 
1.8 4.2 


19:30 
1.0 


(C 


Th 


28 


1:27 
4.8 


7:59 
L6 


18.'27 
4.0 


20:21 
1.0 


E 


8 


28 


1:87 
4.7 


8KW 
1.2 


13:46 
4.8 


20:16 
1.0 


(C 


Tu 


29 


1:15 
4.0 


7:62 13:16 
1.9 4.0 


20:26 
1.1 




F 


29 


2:22 
4.4 


9:00 
L4 


14:28 
4.1 


21:12 
1.0 




§ 


29 


2:30 
4.8 


9:06 
0.9 


14:47 
4.8 


21:10 
1.0 




W 


30 


2:13 
3.9 


8:59 14:15 
1.7 3.9 


21:20 

1.1 


E 


S 


30 


3:18 
4.6 


9:66 
1.1 


16:34 
4.2 


22:03 
0.9 


1 


30 


8:26 
4.9 


10K)6 
0.7 


15:56 
4.8 


22:08 
0.9 




Th 


31 


3:14 
4.0 


9:55 16:21 
1.6 4.0 


22:10 
1.0 














ITu 

1 


31 


4:25 
6.0 


flKB 
0.3 


4.6 


23:06 
0.7 

1 


a 

fn 

w 

UI 

(^ 

eq 


The tid 
somjparis 
^m Mean 
hich iH 2 
ilessanu 

The tin 
m.),all 

#, nevf 
uator; A 


es are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whe 
Low Water Springs, which is approximate 
.6 feet below mean sea level. To find the < 
nus (-) sign is before the height, in which 
le used ia Intercolonial Standard, 60th merid 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m. ) and whe 
r moon; }), Istquar.: O. full moon; (^, 3d 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


th their times on the first line and heights o 
ther it is high or low water. The heights, it 
y the datum of soundings on the Admiral 
iepth of water, add the tabular height to the 
case subtract it. 

lian W; O"* is midnight, 12'» is noon; all hours 
n diminished by 12 give the times after noon 
quar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, mooi 


»n the second line of each day: 
1 feet and tenths, are reckoned 
ty Charts for this region, and 
» soundings given on the chart, 

less than 12 are in the forenoon 
; for instance, 15:47 is 8:47 p. m. 
I farthest north or south of the 

i 
1 



ST. JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK, 1907. 



61 



JANUARY. 



a I Day of— I 

ll 



W. Mo. 



D 



Til 

W 

Th 

F 

S 

Tu 
W 
Th 
F 

; s 

i s 

M 
Tu 
W 
Th 

Fi 

S 

M 

Tu 
W 
Th 
F 

S 



Time aod Heif ht of High and 
Low Water. 



I 

s;27 



M 

I 

O Tu 

|w 

iTh 



0:35 
20.5 

1:09 
20.9 

1:45 
21.8 

2:28 
21.5 

SKT? 
21.8 

3:55 
22.0 

4:47 
22.1 

5:42 
22.2 

0:25 
1.9 

1:26 
1.8 

2:28 
1.4 

8:28 
0.8 

4:27 
0.1 

5:23 
-0.5 

0K)5 
24.6 

0:67 
24.7 

1:48 
24.5 

2:89 
24.1 

8:31 
28.4 

4:23 
22.7 

5:17 
22.0 

6:12 
21.4 

0:56 
3.3 

1:52 
3.7 

2:48 
3.8 



6:41 
■ 8.3 

7:15 
3.1 

7:51 
2.9 

8:32 
2.7 

9:17 
2.5 

10:07 
2.2 

11:01 
2.0 

12:00 
1.9 

6:40 
22.5 

7:41 
23.0 

8:42 
23.6 

9:41 
24.4 

10:88 
25.2 

11:82 
25.6 

16:16 
-0.9 

7:08 
—0.9 

8K)0 
-0.6 

8-.51 
0.0 

9:43 
0.7 

10:37 
1.4 

11:33 
2.1 

12:32 
2.7 

7:08 
20.9 

8:03 
20.8 

8:55 
20.8 



12:45 
21.5 

13:20 
21.7 

13:58 
21.8 

14:38 
21.8 

15:28 
21.8 

16:13 
21.8 

17K» 
21.8 

18:08 
21.9 

13K)2 
1.5 

14H)4 
0.9 

15*6 
0.1 

16:04 
—0.9 

17:01 
—1.7 

17:65 
—2.2 

12:25 
25.8 

13:17 
25.6 

um 

24.9 

15.-00 
24.1 

15:58 
23.1 

16:48 
22.2 

17:44 
21.2 

18:43 
20.4 

13:30 
3.1 

14:27 
3.1 

15:18 
2.9 



8:38 9:43 16:06 



3.7 


21.0 


2.5 


4:23 
3.4 


10:26 
21.3 


16:48 
2.1 


5KB 
3.1 


11:07 
21.7 


17:27 

1.7 


5:41 
2.8 


11:43 
22.1 


18:02 
1.3 


0K)7 
21.4 


6:16 
2.5 


12:20 
22.4 


0:43 
21.9 


6:52 
2.0 


12:57 
22.7 



19.-05 
1.9 

19:40 
1-6 

20:20 
1.5 

20:58 
1.5 

21:44 
1.6 

22:33 
1.7 

28:27 
1.8 



19:10 
22.0 

20:13 
22.4 

21:14 
22.9 

22:14 
23.6 

23:11 
24.2 



18:47 
-2.4 

19:37 
—2.2 

20:27 
—1.5 

21:18 
-0.6 

22:09 
0.4 

23:02 
1.5 

23:58 
2.5 



19:41 
19.9 

20:38 
19.7 

21:28 
19.8 

22:14 
20.1 

22:55 
20.5 

23:32 
21.0 



18:38 
1.0 

19:15 
0.7 



FEBRUARY. 



Dayof- 



O 



W. Mo. 



IS 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
F 
S 
IS 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
F 
S 

M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
F 
S 
§ 
M 
Tu 
W 



Th,28 



Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 



1:20 
22.4 

1:50 
22.8 

2:42 
23.0 

3:28 
23.0 

4:18 
22.6 

5:13 
22.4 

6:14 
22.2 

1K)2 
2.4 

2109 
2.2 

3:14 
L5 

4:16 
0.6 

5:12 
-0.3 

6:06 
—0.9 

0:42 
24.7 

1:29 
24.6 

2:15 
24.3 

3:01 
28.6 

3:49 
22.7 

4:38 
21.6 

5:29 
20.8 

0:10 
4.1 

1:06 
4.6 

2:05 
4.7 

2:59 
4.3 

3:47 
3.7 

4:30 
2.9 

5:11 
2.1 

5:49 
1.3 



7:28 
L7 

8K)9 
L4 

8:53 
L2 

9:42 
L2 

10:35 
L3 

11:38 
L6 

12:37 
1.7 

7:18 
22.4 

8:23 
22.9 

9.-26 
28.6 

10.-25 
24.5 

11:20 
25.1 

12:12 
25.4 

6:53 
— LO 

7:41 
—0.8 

8:28 
—0.3 

9:14 
0.4 

10:03 
1.4 

10:55 
2.4 

11:48 
3.2 

6:23 
20.2 

7:19 
19.9 

8:12 
20.0 

9K>4 
20.5 

9:50 
21.1 

10:34 

2L8 

11:15 
22.5 

11:53 
23.2 



13:35 
22.9 

14:16 
22.9 

15:00 
22.9 

15:50 
22.7 

16:43 
22.2 

17:42 
2L8 

18:47 
2L5 

13:42 
L4 

14:48 
0.7 

15:50 
—0.2 

16:48 
— l.l 

17:42 
—1.7 

18:32 
—2.0 

13:02 
25.3 

13:50 
24.8 

14:37- 
24.1 

15:25 
28.0 

16:14 
21.7 

17:06 
20.6 

17:69 
19.7 

12:45 
3.7 

13:41 
3.9 

14:36 
3.6 

15.-26 
3.0 

16:12 
2.3 

16:58 
1.6 

17:33 
0.8 

18:10 
0.2 



19:53 
0.6 

20:33 
0.6 

21:17 
0.8 

22:06 
1.2 

22:58 
1.7 

28:58 
2.2 



19:54 
2L6 

21.-00 
22.0 

22:02 
22.9 

22:58 
23.7 

23:52 
24.4 



19:20 
-L8 

20.-06 
—1.3 

20:51 
-0.8 

21:38 
0.9 

22:25 
2.1 

28:17 
3.2 



18:57 
19.1 

19:53 
19.0 

20:46 
19.3 

21:36 
19.9 

22:18 
20.7 

22:59 
21.6 

23:38 
22.4 



MARrtl. 



Ujiyof™ 



W. 



Mo. 



F 

S 
IS 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
F 
S 
IS 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
F 
S 
§ 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
F 
S 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

F 

S 

IS 



Time and Height of High and 
Low water. 



0:15 
23.2 

0:55 
23.8 

1:85 
24.2 

2:18 
24.1 

8:03 
23.6 

3:63 
23.0 

4:51 
22.4 

5:58 
21.9 

0:46 
. 8.0 

1:57 
2.7 

8:05 
1.9 

4:05 
0.8 

5KX) 
—0.2 

5:60 
—0.8 

0:22 
24.7 

1:06 
24.6 

1:48 
24.1 

2:30 
23.3 

8:14 
22.2 

3:58 
21.2 

4:46 
2U.2 

5:36 
19.6 

0:20 
6.2 

1:18 
5.1 

2:15 

4.6 

3.-06 
3.6 

8:55 
2.5 

4.38 
1.8 

5:20 
0.2 

6:00 
-0.7 

0:28 
24.9 



6:26 
0.7 

7KJ6 
0.2 

7:48 
—0.1 

8:81 
-0.1 

9:20 
0.8 

10:14 
0.8 

11:14 
1.4 

12:18 
L8 

7:02 
21.8 

8:10 
22.2 

9:06 
23.0 

10:14 
23.9 

11:09 
24.5 

12K)0 
24.9 

6:35 
—1.1 

7:20 
-0.8 

8K>2 
-0.8 

8:44 
0.6 

9:28 
1.6 

10:16 
2.6 

11:05 
3.6 

11:68 
4.0 

6:90 
19.4 

7.-26 
19.5 

8:20 
20.1 

9:12 
21.0 

9:58 
22.1 

10:42 
23.1 

11:25 
24.0 

12:08 
24.7 

6:44 
—1.2 



12:82 
23.7 

13:12 
24.0" 

13:65 
24.1 

14:40 

23.8 

15:28 
23.1 

16:23 
22.3 

17:23 
21.5 

18:81 
21.0 

13:27 
2.0 

14:36 
L3 

15:39 
0.4 

16:86 
—0.5 

17:26 
— L2 

18:16 
—1.4 

12:42 
24.9 

13:28 
24.4 

14:10 
23.4 

14:54 
22.3 

16:87 
2L2 

16:24 
20.1 

17:14 
19.3 

18K)7 
18.8 

12:54 
4.2 

13:50 
3.9 

14:42 
3.2 

15:84 
2.3 

16:18 
1.3 

17:00 
0.3 

17:40 
-0.4 

18:20 
-0.8 

12:50 
26.0 



18:48 
-0.2 

19:28 
—0.3 

20:08 
-0.2 

20:52 
0.3 

21:42 
1.1 

22:36 
2.0 

23:38 
2.7 



19:43 
21.1 

20:49 
21.7 

21 Oil 
22.6 

22:45 
23.6 

23-.35 
24.4 



18:58 
— L2 

19:40 
-0.6 

20:22 
0.5 

21:05 
L7 

21:48 
2.9 

22:32 
4.0 

23:24 
4.8 



19:0b 
18.8 

20:00 
19.3 

20:58 
20.2 

21:40 
21.3 

22:25 
22.4 

23:05 
23.5 

23:45 
24.4 



19:02 
-0.9 



The tides are placed in the order of occurrence, with th^ir times on the first line and heights on the second line of each day: 
a compariBon of consecutive heights will indicate whether it is high or low water. The heights, in feet and tenths, are reckoned 
from Mean Low Water Springs, which is approximately the datum of soundings on the Admiralty Charts for this region, and 
which is 11.9 feet below mean sea level. To find the depth of water, add the tabular height to the soundings given on the chart, 
unless a minus (- ) sign is before the height, in which case subtract it. 

The time used is Intercolonial Standard. 60th meridian W. : 0>> is midnight, r2t> is noon; all hours less than 12 are in the forenoon 
(a. m.), all greater are in theaftemoon(p. m.) and when diminished by 12 give the timesafter noon; forinstance, 15:47 is3:47 p.m. 

#, new moon; }), 1st quar.; Oi full moon; (^, 3d quar.: E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon farthest north or south of the 
equator; A, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 



62 



ST. JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK, 1907. 





























APRIL. 








MAY. 








JUNE. 






c 'Dayof- 
S VV. Mo. 


Time and Height of High and 
Low water. 


S 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


i 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of Higrh anri 
Low Water. 

8:06 9:30 16:44 21:.->4 
24.1 —0.7 22.9 IS 


W. 
W 


Mo. 


8 


Mo. 

1 




M 1 


1:10 7:25 
25.0 —1.3 


13:35 

24.8 


19:45 
-0.5 




1 


1:35 
25.3 


7:65 
—1.8 


14K>4 
24.3 


20:14 
—0.1 




Tu 2 


1:54 8:12 
24.7 —1.0 


14:20 
24.2 


20:32 
0.2 


S 


Th 2 


2:25 
24.6 


8:47 
—1.0 


14:68 
23.4 


21:08 
1.0 


s 


2 


4:06 
23.1 


10:30 
0.2 


16:44 
22.3 


22:.-^ 
1.^ 


P 


W 3 


2:42 9:00 
24.1 —0.4 


15:10 
23.3 


21:24 
1.1 




F! 3 

1 


3:20 
23.6 


9:44 
—0.1 


16:66 
22.4 


22:08 
1.9 


<L\M 


3 


6:10 
22.3 


11:30 
1.0 


17:50 
22.0 


- • • 


iTh 4 

' 1 


3:35 9:58 
23.3 0.4 


16:06 
22.2 


22:20 
2.0 


d 


8 . 4 


4:20 
22.6 


10:45 
0.8 


17:00 
21.6 


23:13 
2.6 


Tu 

1 


4 


0:06 
2.1 


6:16 
21.9 


12A5 
1.5 


1S:.X> 
'212.0 


S F 5 

1^1 


4:35 10:58 
22.4 1.2 


17:10 
21.4 


23:26 

2.8 




h[ 5 


6:26 
21.9 


11:50 
1.4 


18K)7 
21.8 




£ 


W 


5 


1:10 
2.0 


7:20 
21.7 


13:38 
1.7 


19:5.i 
22- 2 


Ms 6 


6:40 12:^ 
21.8 1.8 


18:20 
20.9 






M, 6 


0:22 
2.7 


6:85 
21.6 


12:66 
1.7 


19:15 
21.5 




Th 


« 


2:10 

1.7 


8:22 
21.8 


14:38 
1.7 


20:49 
22, .', 


S 7 


0:35 6:48 
3.2 21.6 


13:14 
1.9 


19:30 
21.1 




Tni 7 


1:82 
2.6 


7:44 
21.8 


14:08 

1.5 


20:20 
22.0 




F 


7 


3:10 
1.3 


9:20 
22.0 


16:31 
1.6 


21:41 

22.7 


M 8 


1:47 8:00 
2.8 21.9 


14:22 
1.5 


20:36 
21.7 




W 8 


2:36 
1.7 


8:46 
22.3 


16:05 
1.1 


21:15 
22.7 




8 


8 


4:02 
0.9 


10:14 
22.0 


16:22 
1.5 


22 29 
22. '.♦ 


1 -T" 


9 


2:56 9:03 
1.9 22.6 


15:24 
0.7 


21:36 
22.7 


£ 


Th 9 


3:35 
0.9 


9:42 
22.8 


16:87 
0.7 


22.06 
28.3 


» 


9 


4:50 
0.7 


11:00 
21.9 


17:10 

1.7 


23:14 

22, H 


W 


10 


3:54 10:02 
0.9 23.4 


16:20 
0.0 


22:30 
23.6 




F W 


4A5 
0.2 


10:84 
'23.1 


16:47 
0.6 


22:53 
23.6 


• M 

1 


10 


6:32 

0.8 


11:42 
21.6 


17:50 
2.0 


23:^4 
22. -^ 


|BiTh 11 


4:45 10:53 
0.0 24.0 


17.-09 
—0.4 


23:17 
24.1 




s'li 

1 


5:13 
-0.1 


11:20 
28.1 


17:32 
0.6 


28.86 
23.6 


!Tu 

1 


11 


6:12 
1.0 


12:20 

21.2 


18:26 
2.5 




• , F 12 

1 1 


5:82 11:40 
—0. 6 24. 2 


17:54 
-0.5 




• H 


12 


5:55 
—0.1 


12:04 
22.7 


18:14 
1.0 




IJ,^ 


12 


0:30 
22.1 


6:48 
1.4 


12:56 
20.8 


19.iX« 
3.1 


' S 13 


0:00 0:16 
24. 3 -0. 8 


12:25 
24.0 


18:35 
—0.2 




M 


13 


0:18 
23.8 


6:35 
0.8 


12:42 
22.1 


18.50 
1.7 


!Th 


13 


IKM 
2L6 


7:26 
1.7 


13:30 
20.5 


19::i.- 

3.:> 




S 14 


0:42 6:58 
24.0 —0.4 


13:ft5 
23.3 


19:16 
-0.4 




Tu 14 

1 


0:55 
22.7 


7:12 
0.8 


13:20 
21.5 


19:25 
2.5 




F 


14 


1:86 
21.2 


8:00 
2.1 


14:«» 
20.4 


21 »:€•!• 
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M 15 


1:20 7:37 
23.4 0.2 


13:45 
22.4 


19:51 
1.6 




W 15 


1:30 
22.0 


7:80 
1.6 


13:65 

20.8 


20:00 
3.3 




8 


15 


2:12 
21.0 


8:34 
2.4 


14:40 
20.4 


2l>:4t; 
4.1 


■ |Tu 


16 


2:00 8:15 
22.5 1.1 


14:25 

21.5 


20:30 
2.6 


A Th' 16 


2:06 
2L3 


8A5 
2.1 


14:30 
20.3 


20:86 
3.9 




f$ 


16 


2:60 
20.8 


9:11 
2.6 


15:20 
20.5 


21 :> 
3.h 


W 

i 


17 


2:3<1 8:55 
21.6 2.0 


15:02 
20.6 


21:10 
3.6 


Fil7 


2:45 
20.7 


9:04 
2.7 


15:10 
19.9 


21:18 
4.3 


M 

1 


17 


8:35 
20.7 


9:55 
2.6 


16K)6 
20.8 


22:1^ 
3. .1 


AjTh 


18 


3:19 9:38 
20. 8 2. 8 


15:46 
19.8 


21:53 
4.4 


S 18 


8:24 
20.2 


9:45 
3.1 


15:64 
19.7 


22.'00 
4.6 


I) Tu 


18 


4:"22 
• 20.7 


10:42 
2.6 


16:56 
21.1 


3. J 


N 


F 


19 


4:00 10:2:< 
20. 1 3. 4 


16:30 
19.3 


22:40 
6.0 


' S 19 

1 1 


4:10 
19.9 


10:30 
3.4 


16:42 
19.8 


22:50 
4.5 


W 


19 


5:15 
20.9 


11:86 
2.5 


17:49 
21.3 




D 


S 


20 


4:50 11:14 
19. 5 3. 9 


17:23 
19.0 


23:34 
5.2 


i; M 20 


5:00 
19.9 


11:22 
3.4 


17:36 
20.0 


23:46 
4.3 


£ Th 


20 


0:04 

2.7 


6:10 
21.2 


12:30 
2.3 


1S:44 
21. V 


1 


H 


21 


6:42 12:05 
19.4 4.0 


18:19 
19.2 






Tu 21 


5:55 
20.1 


12:16 
8.2 


18:30 
20.6 




: ^ 

i 


21 


1:04 
2.1 


7:10 
21.8 


13:25 

l.H 


19:4<' 
22.7 


i 


M 


22 


0:30 6:40 
5.0 19.6 


13:02 
3.7 


19:14 
19.8 




W 22 


0:45 
3.6 


6:51 
20.6 


13:12 
2.6 


19:26 
21.3 


i« 


22 


2m 

1.3 


8:10 
22.5 


14:25 
1.3 


20::^ 
23. li 


' Tu 23 


1:29 7:36 
4. 3 20. 2 


13:66 
3.1 


20:08 
20.8 


E 


Th 23 


1:40 
2.6 


7:50 
2L5 


14:a5 
1.9 


20:18 
22.4 


s 


23 


8:00 
0.2 


9:06 
28.2 


15:22 
0.6 


21;3J 
24. •» 


1 W 24 

! 1 


2:25 8:30 
3.3 2L2 


14:50 
2.1 


21:00 
21.8 




F 24 


2:36 
1.6 


8:42 
22.5 


15:00 
1.0 


21:10 
23.5 


M 


24 


3:57 
-0.8 


10:04 
23.9 


16:18 
-0.1 


22:2tJ 
25.:? 


Th! 25 


3:16 9:20 
2.0 22.3 


15:38 
1.0 


21:47 
23.1 




S 25 


3:30 
0.2 


9:36 
23.6 


15:52 
0.1 


22:00 
24.6 


9 Til 


25 


4:50 
—1.7 


10:88 
24.6 


17:10 
—0.6 


2:i-2i' 

25.8 


E 


F 26 


4:02 10:10 
0.6 23.5 


16:25 
0.0 


22:32 
24.2 




S 26 


4:28 
— l.C 


10:28 
24.5 


16:40 
-0.6 


22:50 
25.4 


R VV 

1 


26 


6:43 
—2.4 


11:50 
24.8 


18:02 
-0.9 


• • • 




8 


27 


4:50 10:56 
-0.6 24.5 


17:10 
—0.7 


23:17 
25.1 


O Ml 27 


5:10 
—1.9 


11:19 
25.0 


17:30 
-LO 


23:40 
25.9 




Th 


27 


0:12 
26.1 


6:36 
-i6 


12:45 
24.9 


l><:.Vi 


:°,« 


28 


5::J5 11:42 
—1.5 25.6 


17:.>1 
—1.1 




1* 1 Tu 28 


6:00 
—2.4 


12:08 
25.1 


18:19 
—1.0 




F 

1 


28 


1:05 
25.9 


7:26 
—2.5 


13:38 
24.6 


19:4«> 


M 


29 


0:01 6:20 
25. 6 —2. 


12:28 
25. 2 


18:38 
—1.1 


s 


W 29 


0:28 
26.0 


6:50 
-2.5 


13:00 
24.9 


19:09 
-0.8 


8 


29 


1:58 
25.4 


8:20 
-2.0 


14:31 
24.2 


20:40 
— O.l 


P;Tu 


30 


0:48 7:05 
25. 6 —2. 1 


13:15 
24.9 


19:25 
—0.7 




Th 30 

1 


1:19 
25.7 


7:44 
—2.2 


13:50 
24.4 


20:00 
-0.2 


1^ 


30 


2:52 
24.6 


9:12 
-1.2 


15:3d 
23.7 


21 •> 
0,-1 


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' F 31 

1 


2:10 
25.0 


8:34 
—1.6 


14:46 
23.7 


20:56 
0.6 














The tid 
a comparis 
from Mear 
whioh is 11 
imles-sa m 


les are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whe 
1 Low Water Springs, which is npproximati 
.9 feet below mean sea level. To find the d 
nus (— ) sign is before the height, in which 


th their times Dn the first line and heights c 
her it is high or low water. The heights, ir 
?ly the datum of soundings on the Admira 
cpth of water, add the tabular height to the 
case subtract it. 


n the second line of each day: 
1 feet and tenths, are rei'koutHl 
Ity ("harts for this region, and 
soundings given on the chart. 


The tin 

(a.m.), all 


leused is Intercolonial Standard. 60th merid 
greater are in the aftern(K>n (p. m.) and whe 


ian \V.: 0»» is midnight. 12«> is noon: all hours 
n diminished by 12 give the times after nooi 


less than 12 are in the foremioii 
i:forin8tance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. ni 


#. nen 
equator; A 

1 


r moon; }), 1st quar.: C. full moon; C 'W c 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


luar.; E, moon on the equator; N, 8, moon 


farthest north or south of the 






-- - 


— - 


— 






- - 


._ _ 


- 




-1 



ST. JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK, 1907. 



63 





JULY. 


_ 






AUGUST. 








_... 




SEPTEMBER. 


^ 


s 


Day of— 

W. JMo. 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


i 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
LowWater. 


?5 


Day of— 
W. Mo. 


1 
Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


W. Mo. 




M 


1 


8:50 
23.7 


10:10 
-0.3 


16:25 
23.1 


22 39 
1 




Th 


1 


6:18 
21.9 


11:32 
L9 


17:47 
22.0 






S 


1 


0-26 
3.3 


6-38 
19.5 


12:51 19:02 
4.3 -20.1 


i 


Tu 


2 


4:50 
22.8 


11:07 
0.7 


17.21 
22.7 


23 40 
1.5 




F 


2 


0K)5 
2.1 


617 
21.0 


12:30 

2.8 


18:44 
21.3 


N 

A 


M 


2 


1:20 
3.7 


7:38 
19.2 


13:50 19:59 
4.5 20.0 




W 


3 


5:50 
22.2 


12:05 
1.4 


18:21 
22.2 






S 


3 


1:07 
2.7 


7:18 
20.3 


13:81 
3.4 


19:42 
21.0 




Tu 


3 


2-22 
3.6 


8:35 
19.4 


14:47 20:62 
4.3 20.3 


1 


Th 


4 


0:40 
1.9 


6.52 
21.6 


13:06 
2.0 


19 20 
22.0 




s 


4 


2:05 
2.9 


8:18 
20.0 


14:30 
8.6 


20:38 
21.0 




W 


4 


315 
3.2 


9:25 
19.7 


16:87 21:40 
3.9 20.8 




F 


5 


1:40 
2.0 


754 
21.2 


14.05 
2.4 


20.17 
21.9 




M 


5 


8:02 
2.8 


9:12 
20.0 


15:23 
3.6 


21:28 
21.1 




Th 


5 


4:01 
2.6 


10:10 
20.4 


16.-22 22:28 
8.2 21.3 ; 


1 


S 


6 


2:40 
2.0 


8:50 
21.0 


15:04 
2.5 


2112 
21.9 


A 
N 


Tu 


6 


8:62 
2.5 


10KB 
20.0 


16:12 
3.3 


22:15 
21.3 




F 


6 


4:43 
2.0 


10:49 
21.2 


17:00 23:03 ' 
2. 5 22. 




s 


7 


3:31 
1.8 


9:40 
20.9 


15:55 
2.6 


22:00 
22.0 




W 


7 


4:88 
2.2 


10:47 
20.4 


16:56 
3.1 


22-67 
21.6 


• 


S 


7 


5:20 
1.4 


11:26 
22,0 


17:37 23:42 
1.9 22.6 


i 


M 


8 


4:23 
1.7 


10:34 
20.9 


16-42 
2.6 


22:46 

22.0 




Th 


8 


8:18 
1.8 


11:25 
20.8 


17:33 
2.9 


23:36 
21.8 




H\ 8 

1 


5:57 
0.9 


12:tt2 
22.7 


18:13 . . . 
1.2 . . . 


A 


Tu 


9 


5:06 
1.5 


11:16 
20.8 


17.-24 
2.7 


23:26 
21.9 


• 


F 


9 


5:53 
1.6 


11:59 
2L2 


18:07 
2.6 


• • • 


E 


M, 9 

1 


0:17 
23.1 


6:32 
0.5 


12:37 18:48 
23.3 0.7 


N 

• 


W 


10 


5:46 
1.5 


11:55 
20.8 


18:00 
2.9 






S 


10 


0:10 
22.0 


6:27 
1.3 


12:82 
21.6 


18:41 
2.3 




Tu 10 


0:63 
23.5 


7:08 
0.3 


13:13 19:27 
•23. 7 0. 3 




Th 


11 


0:02 
21.8 


6:21 
1.6 


12:28 
20.7 


18:35 
8.1 




s 


11 


0:44 
22.2 


7K)2 
1.2 


13K)6 
22.0 


19:15 
2.0 




W 11 


1:33 
23.7 


7:47 
0.3 


13:53 20:08 i 

23.8 0.2 j 




F 


12 


0:38 
21.7 


6:56 
1.7 


13K)0 
20.8 


19:07 
3.2 




Ml 12 

1 


1:19 
22.5 


7:37 
LO 


13:41 
;22.4 


19:52 
1.7 




Th 12 


2:15 
23.5 


8:28 
0.6 


14:37 20:58 
23. 5 0. 4 




S 


13 


1:10 
21.6 


7:80 

1.8 


13:84 
21.0 


19:42 
3.1 


E 


Tu 13 

1 


1:57 
22.6 


8:13 
1.0 


14:20 
22.7 


20.32 
1.4 




F 13 


8:02 
23.0 


9:13 
1.2 


16:24 21:44 ' 
23. 0. 9 




s;i4 


1:45 
21.6 


8:04 

1.8 


14:09. 
21.3 


20:17 
2.9 




W 


14 


2:38 
22.7 


8:58 
1.1 


15.-08 

22.8 


21:17 
1.4 


}) 


S 


14 


3:62 
22.3 


10:a5 
1.9 


16:18 22:40 ' 
22. 4 1.4 




M 15 

1 


2:22 
21.6 


8:42 
1.8 


14:49 
21.6 


20:57 
2.7 




Th 


15 


3:23 
22.5 


9:38 
1.4 


15:48 
22.5 


22:07 
1.5 




s 


lo 


4:50 
21.6 


11:03 
2.6 


17:18 23:43 
21.9 1.9 


1 


Tu 16 


3:05 
21.6 


9:22 
1.9 


15:32 
21.8 


21:45 
2.5 


D 


F 16 


4:13 
22.2 


10:28 
1.9 


16:42 
22.3 


23:01 
1.7 


s M 


16 


5:58 
21.1 


12.-09 
3.1 


18:24 . . . 
21.7 . . . 


1 K 


W j 17 


3:50 
21.7 


10:08 
1.9 


16:20 
22.0 


22:34 
2.2 




S 17 


6:10 
21.7 


11:24 
2:3 


17:40 
22.1 




Tu 


17 


0:51 
2.0 


7:(M 
21.0 


13:20 19:33 
3.0 21.9 


D 


Th 18 


4:40 
21.7 


10:58 
2.0 


17:11 
22.0 


23:80 
2.1 




S 18 


0:02 
1.8 


6:12 
21.4 


12:27 
2.7 


18:43 
22.1 


P W 


18 


2:00 
1.6 


8:13 
21.5 


14:30 20:40 
2. 3 22. 7 


:f;i9 


5:36 
21.7 


11:54 
2.2 


18:10 
22.1 






M 19 


1:08 
1.7 


7:18 
21.3 


13:33 
2.6 


19:49 
22.5 




Th 


19 


3:04 

0.8 


9:18 
22.4 


15:33 21:42 
1.1 23.6 


S 20 


0:30 
1.9 


6:38 
21.7 


12:52 
2.2 


19:09 
22.6 


s 


Tu 


20 


2:14 
1.2 


8:25 
21.8 


14:41 
2.0 


20:53 
23.2 




F 


20 


4:01 
—0.3 


10:15 
2:5.6 


16:32 22:39 
-0. 1 24. 6 


|S 21 


1:82 
1.4 


7:40 
21.9 


13:55 
1.9 


20:10 
28.1 


p 


W 


21 


3:18 
0.3 


9:29 
22.6 


15:44 
1.0 


21:55 
24.2 


O 


S 


21 


4:5S 
—1.1 


11:08 
24.6 


17:23 23:32 
—1.0 25.2 


iMi22 


2:34 
0.7 


8:43 
22.4 


14:58 
1.4 


21:10 
23.9 




Th 


22 


4:18 
-0.7 


10:28 
23.6 


16:43 
-0.1 


22:52 
25.0 


E 


s 


22 


5:48 
—1.6 


11:57 
25.2 


18:12 ... 
—1.6 . . . , 


rf:Tu 23 


8:36 
-0.3 


9:45 
23.1 


15:58 
0.6 


22:10 
24.8 


0|F 


23 


5:14 
—1.6 


11:23 
24.6 


17:37 
—1.0 


23:46 
25.6 


M 23 


0:19 
25.4 


6:33 

—1.7 


12:42 IS:.-)? ' 
25.3 —1.6 


p 


W 


24 


4:32 
—1.2 


10:43 
28.9 


16:56 
-0.2 


23 «5 
25.6 


1 


24 


6:a> 
—2.2 


12:14 
25.1 


18:27 
-1.5 




1 Tu 24 


l:a5 
25.1 


7:18 
—1.2 


13:26 19:42 
24.9 —1*^1 


OTh 


25 


5:28 
—2.0 


11:38 
24.6 


17:60 
-^.9 






S 


25 


0:36 
25.9 


6:53 
—2.3 


13:03 
25.4 


19:17 
—1.6 


,W^2.5 


1:50 
24.3 


8:01 
-0.3 


14:09 20:26 , 
21.2 —0.4 , 


;^ 


26 


0:00 
25.9 


6:20 
— 2.6 


12:30 
25.0 


18:42 
—1.2 


E 


M 


26 


1:26 
26.6 


7:41 
—1.9 


13:60 
26.2 


20:03 
—1.3 




Th 26 

1 


2 35 
23.2 


8:45 
0.9 


14:53 21:10 
23. 1 0. 7 


s 


27 


0:51 
26.0 


7:13 
-2.6 


13:22 
26.0 


19:33 
—1.2 




Tu 


27 


2:13 
25.0 


8:27 
—1.1 


14:38 
24.5 


20:52 
—0.6 




F 27 


3:20 
21.9 


9:30 
2.2 


15:40 21:58 
21.9 1.9' 




S 


28 


1:44 
25.6 


8:02 
—2.2 


14:14 

24.8 


20:25 
—0.9 




W 


28 


3:02 
23.9 


9:14 
0.0 


15:36 
23.6 


21:40 
0.4 




8 28 

1 


4:08 
20.8 


10:18 
3.4 


16:28 22:48 
20. 8 2. 9 


E 


Ml 29 


2:86 
25.0 


8:53 
—1.5 


15:05 
24.3 


21:18 
-0.3 




Th 


29 


3:52 
22.6 


10:03 
1.3 


16:16 
22.5 


22:32 
1.5 


N^ S 


2^) 


5:00 
19.8 


11:10 
4.4 


17:22 23:42 
20.0 8.6 




Tu 30 


8:28 
24.1 


9:44 
—0.4 


15:56 
23.6 


22:10 
0.5 


d 


F 30 


4:44 
21.3 


10:55 
2.6 


17:08 
21.4 


23:27 
2.5 


A 


M 


30 


5:.'>5 
19.1 


12:07 
5.0 


18:17 . . . 
19.5 . . . 


(L 


W 31 


4:22 
23.0 


10:36 
0.8 


16:50 
22.8 


23:06 
1.3 




S 31 

i 


5:39 11:52 18:03 
20. 3 3. 7 20. 6 

th their times on the firs 
her it is high or low wat 
ly the datum of soundi 
er>th of water, add the ta 
caj^e subtract it. 










)n the second line of each day; 
feet and tenths, are reckoned 
ty Charts tuT this region, and 
soundings given on the chart. 


The tld 

, a comparls 

from Mear 

which is 11 

unlem a m 


ea are placed in the order of oocurrence, wl 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whet 
Low Water Springs, which is approximate 
. 9 feet below mean sea level. To find the d 
nus (— ) sign in before the height, in which 


t line and heights ( 
er. The heights, in 
ngsou the Admiral 
bular height to the 


' The tin 

(a.m.), all 


le used is Intercolonial Standard. 60th merid 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m. ) and whe 


ian W.; O'' is midnight, 12* is noon; all hours 
n diminished by 12 give the times after noon 


less than 12 are in the forenoon 
; for instance. 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 


#, new 

equator; A 


moon: }) 
, P, moon 


, 1st quar.; O. 'ull moon; C 3d q 
in apogee or perigee. 


liar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, nuxm 


farthest north or 


south of the 


' - - 


— 






- — 




- 






_ .- 


— — 






64 



ST. JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK, 1907. 



c 

8 


Day 
W. 

Tu 


of-l 
Mo. 




1 




•W 


2 




Th 


3 




F 


4 




S 


5 




S 


6 


E 

• 


M 


7 




Tu 


8, 




W 


9 




Th 


10 


1 

, F 


111 


Is 

t 


12 


8;s 


13 


j[m 


14 




Tu 


16 




W 


16 




Th 


17 




F 18 




S 19 


E 


S 


20 


o 


M 


21 




Tu 


22 1 


w 


23 




Th 


24 




F 


25 




S 


26 


N 


S 


27' 


A 


M 


28 


c 


Tu 


29, 

1 


w 


30 




Th 


31 



OCTOBER. 


it of Hii 
^ater. 








NOVEMBER. 






Tlmeao 


dHeI«l 
LowAIV 


jfhand 


1 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of Hii 
LowWater. 

1:40 7:62 14:09 
3.6 20.3 8.8 


;hand 




W. 


Mo. 




0:39 
4.1 


6:54 
18.8 


13:07 
5.2 


19:16 
19.4 




F 


1 


20:15 
20.5 


1:37 
4.0 


7:fiO 
19.1 


14:08 
4.8 


20:10 
19.8 




S 


2 


2:82 
2.8 


8:40 
21.2 


14:58 
2.6 


21 KM 
21.4 


2:31 
3.6 


8:42 
19.8 


14:56 
4.0 


21:00 
20.5 


= 


IS 


3 


8:21 
1.9 


9:28 
22.3 


15:46 
1.6 


21:60 
22.6 


3:19 
2.8 


9:28 
20.8 


16:43 
3.0 


21:47 
21.4 




M 4 


4:05 
1.0 


10:18 
28.5 


16:80 
0.2 


22:35 
23.7 


4:06 
2.0 


10:10 
21.9 


16:25 
2.0 


22:28 
22.8 


• 


Tu 


5 


4:50 
0.1 


10:66 
24.4 


17:15 
—0.7 


28:20 
24.4 


4:45 
1.1 


10:50 
22.8 


17:05 
1.0 


23:10 
23.2 




W 


6 


6:82 
-0.4 


11:40 
26.0 


18:00 
—1.4 




5:28 
0.4 


11:28 
28.7 


17:48 
0.0 


28:48 
24.0 




Th 


7 


0:06 
24.7 


6:15 
-0.5 


12:25 
25.3 


18:44 
—1.7 


6:02 
-0.1 


12.-07 
24.3 


18:23 
—0.6 






F 


8 


0:50 
24.6 


7K)0 
-0.4 


18:10 
25.2 


19:80 
—1.6 


0:28 
24.4 


6:41 
-0.8 


12:47 
24.6 


19K)6 
-0.9 


P 

S 


S 9 


1:89 
24.3 


7:48 
0.1 


14:00 
24.7 


20:20 
—1.1 


1:11 
24.4 


7:22 
—0.1 


18:20 
24.6 


19:48 
—0.8 




s;io 


2:28 
23.6 


8:39 
0.8 


14:50 
23.9 


21:16 
-0.4 


1:60 
24.0 


8:06 
0.3 


14:15 
24.1 


20:35 
-0.4 




M 


11 


3:24 
22.8 


9:86 
1.6 


15:48 
28.0 


22:12 
0.5 


2:43 
23.4 


8:68 
1.0 


16H)6 
28.5 


2127 
0.3 


D 


Tu 


12 


4:25 
22.0 

' 5:80 
21.5 


10:88 
2.8 


16:60 
22.2 


28:14 
1.2 


3:86 
22.5 


9:47 
1.9 


16:01 
22.6 


22:24 
1.0 




W 13 


11:44 
2.6 


17:66 
21.8 


. . . 


4:36 
21.7 


10:48 
2.7 


17:02 
22.0 


28:28 
1.7 




Th 14 


0:20 
1.6 


6-.86 
21.5 


12:56 
2.5 


19:05 
21.7 


6:42 
21.1 


11:56 
3.1 


18:10 
21.6 






F 15 


1:25 
1.6 


7:44 
22.0 


14:00 
1.9 


20:10 
22.1 


0:86 
2.0 


6:52 
21.1 


13:08 
3.0 


19.-20 
21.7 


£ 


S 16 


2:80 
1.2 


8:42 
22.7 


16K)2 
1.1 


21:10 
22.7 


1:43 
1.7 


7:69 
21.6 


14:17 
2.2 


20:27 
22.3 




8 17 


8:26 

0.8 


9:88 
28.8 


16:66 
0.8 


22.-06 
28.0 


2:48 
1.1 


9K)1 
22.5 


1^:20 
1.1 


21:28 
23.2 




M 18 


4:20 
0.5 


10:28 
23.8 


16:46 
-0.2 


22:55 
28.2 


3:48 
0.2 


9:58 
28.6 


16:16 
0.0 


22:25 
24.0 


O 


Tu 19 


5K)8 
0.4 


11:15 
23.9 


17.-84 
-0.4 


23:42 
28.1 


4:40 
—0.4 


10:50 
24.3 


17K» 
-0.7 


23:14 
24.4 




W 


20 


5:52 
0.7 


11:58 
23.8 


18:16 
—0.2 




6:28 
—0.7 


11:35 
24.7 


17:61 

—1.1 






Th 


21 


0:25 
22.6 


6:84 
1.2 


12:40 
28.3 


19:00 
0.8 


0:00 
24.3 


6:12 
—0.6 


12:20 
24.6 


18:37 
-1.0 




F 22 


1:05 
22.0 


7:14 
2.0 


13:18 
22.6 


19:86 
0.9 


0:45 
23.9 


6:55 
0.0 


13:00 
24.1 


19:20 
-0.5 


N 


S 23 


1:45 
21.8 


7:50 
2.8 


18:66 
21.8 


20:15 
1.6 


1:28 
23.1 


7:86 
0.9 


13:42 
23.3 


20K)0 
0.3 




H 24 


2:23 
20.6 


8:28 
3.5 


14:84 
21.1 


20:65 
2.8 


22.1 


8:16 
2.0 


14:24 
22.3 


20:42 
1.2 


A 


M 25 


8:01 
20.1 


9:10 
4.2 


15:16 
20.4 


21:86 
8.0 


2:51 
21.1 


9:00 
3.0 


16:05 
21.3 


21:25 
2.2 




Tu 26 


8:45 
19.7 


9:60 
4.5 


15:66 
20.0 


22:20 
3.4 


3:35 
20.3 


9:44 
4.0 


15:50 
20.4 


22:10 
3.1 




W 27 


4:30 
19.7 


10:40 
4.6 


16:46 
19.7 


23:06 
3.5 


4:20 
19.5 


10:30 
4.7 


16:40 
19.7 


23:00 
3.7 


<L 


Th 28 

1 


5:18 
19.8 


11:80 
4.5 


17:38 
19.8 


28:58 
8.5 


6:10 
19.1 


11:22 
5.1 


17:30 
19.3 


23:54 
4.1 




f!29 


6:11 
20.3 


12:25 
4.0 


18:83 
20.1 




6:05 
19.1 


12K)8 
5.1 


18:25 
19.3 




E 


S '30 


0:50 
3.1 


7:06 
20.8 


18:20 
3.2 


19:27 
20.8 


0:47 
4.0 


7:00 
19.5 


13:15 
4.7 


19:20 
19.7 

















DECEMBER. 


S 


Dayof- 


Time and Hei^t of Hif 
Low water. 


ih and - 


W. 


Mo. 






§ 


1 


1:46 
2.6 


7M 
21.7 


14:15 
2.2 


20:22 ' 
21.7 ' 




M 


2 


2:86 
1.8 


8:47 
22.8 


16:10 
1.1 


21:14 
22.8 




Tu 


3 


3:28 
1.0 


9:40 
28.8 


16.tX) 
-0.1 


22:10 
2S.6 




W 


4 


4:19 
0.2 


10.-26 
24.8 


16:48 
—1.1 


22:»» 
24.8 


• 


Th 


6 


6.-06 
-0.8 


11:16 
25.4 


17:88 
—1.8 


23:45 
24.7 


P 


F 


6 


6:55 
—0.6 


12.-06 
26.7 


1826 
-2.2 


. . . 


8 


S 


7 


0:82 
24.7 


6:44 
-0.6 


VIM 
25.6 


19:16 
—2.1 




§ 


8 


1:24 
24.5 


7:86 
—0.8 


18:45 
25.2 


20:06 
—1-7 




M 


9 


2:17 
24.0 


8:26 
0.8 


14:86 
24.5 


21:00 
—1.0 




Tu 


10 


8:11 
28.4 


9:22 
0.9 


16:85 
28. ft 


21:56 
—0.2 


3) 


W 


11 


4:11 
22.8 


1024 
1.6 


16:85 
22.8 


22:56 

0.6 




Th 


12 


5:10 
22.4 


1127 
1.8 


17:88 
22.2 




£ 


F 


13 


OKW 
1.2 


6:16 
22.2 


12:84 
1.9 


18:45 
21.9 , 




8 


-14 


IKM 
1.6 


7:18 
22.8 


18:88 
1.7 


21.9 




§ 


15 


2:06 
1.7 


8:18 
22.5 


14.'89 
1.4 


^S^S 


Im 


16 


8M 

1.6 


9:14 
22.8 


15:86 
1.0 


21.^ i 

22.0 




Tu 


17 


8:66 
1.6 


10K» 
23.0 


1628 
0.7 


22:88 

22.0 i 




W 


18 


4:48 
1.5 


IQ'JSa 
28.0 


17:16 
0.6 


2325 • 
21.9 


O Th 


19 


6:82 
1.7 


lldW 
22.9 


17*8 
0.6 


. . . ! 


N 


F 


20 


21.6 


6:15 
2.1 


12:17 
22.6 


18:38 

1.0 




s 


21 


0:46 
21.2 


6:51 
2.6 


12:66 
22.0 


19:15 
1.4 


A 


s 


22 


1:20 
20.8 


7:28 
8.2 


18:80 
21.6 


19-.50 
1.8 




M 


23 


1:55 
20.5 


8:00 
8.6 


14.-07 
21.1 


20.^ 

2.2 




Tu 


24 


2:80 
20.4 


8'M 

8.8 


14:40 
20.8 


21 .-02 

2-5 i 




W 


25 


8:10 
20.4 


9:12 
8.8 


1528 
20.6 


21:40 
2.7 




Th 


26 


8:60 
20.6 


10K» 
8.7 


16Ke 
20.5 


22:26 I 
2.8 


d 


F 


27 


4:&'> 
20.9 


10:50 
8.4 


16:54 
20.6 


23:14 
2.8 t 


£ 


8 


28 


5:26 
21.0 


11:4& 
8.0 


17:48 
20.8 


. . .1 




S 


29 


2.7 


6:20 
21.4 


12:40 
2.6 


18:44 
21.2 , 


|M 


30 


1:00 
2.4 


7:16 
22.0 


18:86 
1.9 


19:41 
21.8 




Tu 


31 


1:58 
1.9 


sao 

22.9 


14:84 
1.0 


20:40 
22.5! 



The tides are placed in tlie order of occurrence, with their times on the flrst line and heights on the fieoond line of each day: 
a comparison of consecutive heights will indicate whether it la high or low water. The heights, in feet and tenths, are reckoned 
from Mean Low Water Springs, which is approximately the datum of soundings on the Admiralty Charts for this region, and 
which is 11.9 feet helow mean sea level. To find the depth of water, add the tabular height to the soundings given on tne chart, 
unless a minus ( ^ sign in before the height, in which case subtract it. 

The time used is Intercolonial Standard, 60th meridian W.; 0>> is midnight, 12i> is noon: all hours less than 12aTe in the forenoon 
(ft. ra. ), all greater are in the afternoon (p. m. ) and when diminished by 12 give the times after noon; for instance, 15.-47 is 8:47 p. m. 

#, new moon: }), 1st quar.: O. fuH moon; {^, 3d quar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon farthe^it north or soatb of the 
equator; A, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 



PORTLAND (Central Wharf), MAINE, 1907. 



65 



JANUARY. 








FEBRUARY. 






MARCH. I 


c 
o 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. . 


i 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


a 

8 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
LowWater. 


W. 


Mo. 


W.'mo. 


W. 


Mo. 




Tu 


1 


5:fi0 
1.2 


11:66 
8.9 


18:19 
-0.3 


. . . 


-7|7 


41 

8.7 


640 
0.8 


12-48 
9.3 


19:07 
-0.7 




F 


1 


5:38 
-0.1 


11:46 
9.6 


18:01 . . . 
-0.9 . . . 




W 


2 


0:32 
8.0 


6:23 
1.1 


12:33 
8.8 


18:54 
—0.4 


jSU 


118 
9.0 


7-20 
0.1 


13.29 
9.3 


19:46 
-0.6 


E 


s 


2 


0:12 
9.4 


617 
-0.5 


12:25 18:39 
9.7 —0.9 




Th 


3 


1:06 
8,2 


7:00 
1.0 


13:10 
8.8 


19:32 
-0.4 


E 


s; 3 


158 
9.2 


8:04 
-0.1 


14:12 
9.2 


20:28 
—05 




IS 


3 


0:50 
9.7 


6:58 
—0.7 


13K)8 19:20 
9.7 —0.8 




F 


4 


1:46 
8.4 


7:41 
0.8 


13:51 

8.8 


20:14 
—0.3 




M 4 


2-43 
9.3 


8:63 
—0 2 


16:02 
91 


21:15 
—0.2 




M 


4 


1:31 
9.7 


7 42 
-0.8 


13:53 20:03 
9. 6 —0. 6 


1 


S 


5 


2:27 
8.6 


8-27 
0.6 


14:36 
8.7 


20-58 
—0.2 


d 


Tu 5 


3 31 
9.2 


9:46 
—0.2 


16.66 

8.8 


22 05 
0.1 




Tu 


5 


215 
9.6 


8:31 
-0.7 


14:42 20:50 
9.2 —0.2 


S 


6 


8:13 
8.8 


9:18 
0.4 


I5r26 
8.7 


21:45 
-0.1 




W 


6 


4.23 
9.1 


10.44 
-0.1 


16:64 
8.4 


23.01 
0.5 




W 


6 


3.-04 
9.4 


9-25 
-0.5 


16:35 21:42 
8.7 0.2 


I'' 


7 


403 
8.9 


10:12 
0.3 


16:21 
8.6 


22:36 
0.1 




Th 


7 


622 
9.1 


11:47 
—0.1 


17-59 

8.2 




<L 


Th 


7 


3:58 
9.2 


1024 
—0.3 


16:36 22:40 
8.3 0.7 


1 Tu 


8 


4:56 
9.0 


11:11 
0.1 


17-22 
8.6 


23:32 
0.2 




F 


8 


0:04 
0.7 


6 24 
9.2 


1253 
-0 2 


1909 
8.1 


8 


F 


8 


4:59 
9.0 


11:29 
0.0 


17:44 23:47 
8.0 LO 


! Iw 
1 


9 


6:51 
9.1 


12:12 
-0.1 


18:23 

8.5 




S 


S 


9 


1:10 
0.7 


7:29 
9.4 


13-59 
—0.4 


20 17 

8.3 


P 


S 


9 


6-05 
8.9 


12:38 
0.0 


18:57 . . . 
7.9 .. . 


Th 


10 


0:30 
0.3 


6:60 
9.4 


13:14 
-0.5 


19:27 
8.6 


P 


s 


10 


2:15 
0.5 


832 
9.7 


15 01 
—0.8 


21.19 

8.6 




s 


10 


0.58 
1.0 


7:15 
9.0 


13:47 20:07 
—0. 1 8. 1 


, F 


11 


1:31 
0.2 


7:48 
9.7 


14:16 
-0.9 


20:30 

8.7 




M 


11 


3:17 
0.2 


932 
10.0 


15:59 
-1.2 


2217 
9.0 




M 


11 


207 
0.7 


8:21 
9.3 


14:60 21:08 
-0.5 8.6 


P 


S 


12 


2:31 
0.1 


8:47 
10.1 


15:14 
-1.3 


21:30 
9.0 


• 


Tu 


12 


4rl5 
—0.2 


10.27 
10.3 


16:62 
-1.6 


28:08 
9.4 




Tu 


12 


3-09 
0.2 


922 
9.7 


15:46 22:02 
—0. 7 9. 1 


s 


s 


13 


3:29 
-0.1 


9:43 
10.4 


16:10 
— L6 


22:27 
9.2 




W 


13 


5:08 
—0.5 


11:19 
10.4 


17-42 
—1.6 


23-56 
9.6 




W 


13 


4:06 
—0.3 


10:17 
9.9 


16:36 22:51 
—1.1 9.5 


'• 


M 


14 


4:25 
-0.3 


10.37 
10.6 


17:01 
—1.8 


23:21 
9.4 




Th 


14 


6:59 
—0.6 


12:09 
10.3 


18:29 
-1.6 




• 


Th 


14 


4:57 
—0.6 


11:07 
10.0 


17:24 28:36 
—1.1 9.7 


1 T" 


15 


5:19 
-0.6 


11:30 
10.7 


17:56 
—1.9 






F 


15 


0:42 
9.7 


6:48 
-0.7 


12.59 
10.0 


19:15 
—1.2 


E 


F 


15 


6:43 
-0.8 


11:54 
9.9 


18:07 . . . 
-1.0.. . . 


1 jW 


16 


0:12 
9.5 


6:12 
—0.5 


12:22 
10.5 


18:47 
-1.7 


E 


S 


16 


1:28 
9.6 


7:37 
—0.6 


13:46 
9.6 


20:01 
-0.7 




S 


16 


0:18 
9.7 


6:29 
-0.8 


12:39 18:49 
9.7 -0.7 


1 


Th 


17 


1:03 
9.5 


7:05 
-0.5 


13:16 
10.2 


19:38 
-1.5 




s 


17 


2:14 
9.4 


8:27 
-0.3 


14:36 
9.1 


20:47 
-0.2 




IS 


17 


1:00 
9.6 


7:13 
-0.6 


13:23 19:81 
9.3 —0.3 




F 


18 


1:63 
9.5 


7:59 
-0.3 


14:09 

9.8 


20:30 
—1.0 




M 


18 


3 01 
9.1 


9.18 
0.1 


15:27 
8.5 


21:35 
0.4 




M 


18 


1:41 
9.3 


7:68 
—0.3 


14:08 20:13 
. 8.8 0.2 


E 


S 


19 


2:46 
9.2 


8:65 
-0.1 


15:03 
9.2 


21-21 
—0.5 


D 


Tu 


19 


3-50 

8.7 


10:12 
0.6 


16:21 
7.9 


22:26 
1.0 




Tu 


19 


2:23 
8.9 


8:44 
0.1 


14:54 20:57 
8.2 0.8 




s 


20 


8:88 
9.0 


9:63 
0.3 


16:00 
8.7 


22:14 
0.1 




W 


20 


4:43 
8.3 


11:10 
0.9 


17:20 
7.4 


23:22 
1.6 




W 


20 


3:08 
8.5 


9:33 
0.5 


16:43 21:46 
7.6 L3 


1> 


M 


21 


4:33 

8.8 


10:52 
0.5 


17KX) 
8.2 


23:10 
0.7 


A 


Th 


21 


6:39 
8.0 


12.09 
1.1 


18:23 
7.1 




A 


Th 


21 


3:68 
8.1 


10:25 
0.8 


16:36 22:37 
7. 3 1. 7 




Tu 


22 


6:38 
8.5 


11:54 
0.7 


18:04 

7.8 






F 


22 


0:20 
1.8 


6:37 
7.9 


13K)7 
1.1 


19:25 
7.0 


N. 


F 


22 


4:50 
7.8 


11:20 
LI 


17:34 23.35 
7.0 2.0 


1 


W 


23 


0:08 
1.1 


6:26 
8.3 


12:55 
0.8 


19:08 
7.5 


N 


S 


23 


1:20 
1.8 


7:32 
8.0 


14:02 
0.9 


20.-22 
7.2 




S 


23 


6:46 
7.7 


12:16 
LI 


18:33 . . . 
7.0 .. . 




Th 


24 


1:06 
1.3 


7:21 
8.3 


13:52 
0.8 


20:09 
7.4 


• 


IS 


24 


2:16 
L7 


8:22 
8.2 


14:49 
0.6 


2109 
7.5 




s 


24 


0:34 
L9 


6:43 

7.8 


13:11 19:31 
0.9 7.2 


a; f 

1 


25 


2:02 
1.4 


8:13 
8.4 


14:43 
0.7 


21:03 

7.4 




M 


25 


3:02 
L4 


9:08 
8.5 


16:32 
0.2 


21:49 
7.8 




M 25 


1:31 
1.7 


7:38 
8.0 


14:02 20:20 
0.6 7.6 


S 26 


2:53 
1.4 


9K)0 
8.5 


15:28 
0.4 


21:49 
7.5 




Tu 26 


3:45 
1.1 


9:49 

8.8 


16:11 
-0.1 


22.25 
8.2 


•Ti ->() 


2:21 
1.3 


827 
8.4 


14:48 21 .-05 
0.2 8.2 


N , S , 27 


3:38 
1.3 


9:43 

8.7 


16:08 
0.2 


22:25 
7.7 




W 27 


4:23 
0.7 


10:29 
9.1 


16:47 
-0.5 


23:00 

8.7 




W 27 


3:08 
0.8 


9.14 

8.8 


15:31 21:45 
-0.2 - 8.7 


m:28 


4:18 
1.2 


10:20 

8.8 


16:44 
-0.1 


23:01 
7.9 


O Th'28 


5:00 
0.3 


11:08 
9.4 


17:24 
—0.7 


23:36 
9.1 




Th 


28 


3:50 
0.2 


9:58 
9.2 


1612 22:24 
-0.5 9.3 


O Tu 29 


4<54 
1.0 


10:56 
9.0 


17:19 
—0.3 


23:33 
8.2 




i 










2 


F 


29 


4:31 
—0.4 


10:40 
9.6 


16:51 23:02 
—0. 8 9. 7 


W 30 


6:27 
0.9 


11:33 
9.1 


17:53 
—0.5 




















S 


30 


5:11 
-0.9 


11:-21 
9.9 


17.32 23:42 
—1.0 10.0 


,Th 

Th 
ttcom 
from } 
4.5 fee 
minus 


31 


0:06 
8.4 


6:02 
0.6 


12:10 
9.2 


18:29 
-0.7 


















s 


31 


6:52 
— L2 


12:04 
10.0 


18:12 . . . 
-1.0 . . . 


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parifl 
lear 
t be 

(-) 


le« are placed In the order of occurrence, wi 
K)n of consecutive heights will indicate whe 

Low Water, which is the datum of soundi 
ow mean sea level. To find the depth of ^^ 

sign Is before the height, in which case sub 


th their times on the first line and heights ( 
ther it is high or low water. The heights, ii 
ngs on the Coast and Cieodetlc Survey Char! 
-ater add the tabular height to the soundin 
tract It. 


)n the second line of each day; 
1 feet and tenths, are reckoned 
s for this region, and which is 
gs given on the chart, unless a 


The tir 
, (a.m.), all 


ne used is Eastern Standard, 75th meridian 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m. ) and whe 


W.: 0»> is midnight. 12»« Is noon; all hours U 
n diminished by 12 give the times after noon 


»8s than 12 are in the forenoon 
for instance. 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 


#. nem 
equator; A 


7 moon; }), 1st quar.; Q. f"H moon; (I, 3d q 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


uar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


farthest north or south of the 



4703—06- 



66 



PORTLAND (Central Wharf), MAINE, 1907. 



APRIL. 


MAY. 






JUNE, 






S 


Day of— 


Time and Hei^rht of High and 
Low Water. 


i 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


i 


Day of— 


Time and Height of Hi^h and 
Low Water. 


W. 


Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 


M 


1 


0:22 
10.2 


6:87 
— L4 


12:48 
9.9 


18:55 
—0.8 




W 


1 


0:44 
10.4 


7K)8 
-1.8 


18.-20 
9.6 


19:20 
-0.8 




s 


1 


2:14 
9.9 


8:43 
—1.2 


15.-01 
S.9 


21«J 
0.3 


P 


Tu 


2 


1:05 
10.1 


7:23 
—1.4 


13:35 
9.6 


19-.89 
-0.6 


6 


Th 


2 


1:84 
10.1 


8.-00 
-1.5 


14:14 
9.2 


20:14 
0.1 




s 


2 


8:14 
9.5 


9:48 
-0.8 


16:02 
8.7 


22<^ 

0-5 




W 


3 


1:52- 
9.9 


8:13 
-1.2 


14:26 
9.2 


20:29 
-0.1 




F 


3 


2:27 
9.7 


8:57 
—1.0 


16:12 
8.7 


21:14 
0.5 


(L 


M 


3 


4:19 
9.1 


10:44 
—0.4 


17.-06 
8.7 


23:lt. 




Th 


4 


2:43 
9.6 


9:09 
-0.8 


15:22 

8.7 


21:25 
0.6 


(L 


S 


4 


3:27 
9.8 


9:68 
—0.6 


16:16 
8.4 


22.-20 
0.7 




Tu 


4 


5:26 
8.7 


11:47 
—0.1 


18.-08 
8.7 


. . . 


S 


F 


5 


8:40 
9.2 


10:09 
—0.4 


16:26 
8.3 


22:29 
0.9 




s 


5 


4:32 
8.9 


11K)2 
-0.8 


1738 
8.8 


28:80 
0.9 


£ 


W 


5 


0:23 
0.4 


6:84 
8.5 


12:49 
0.2 


8.8 




S 


6 


4:43 
8.9 


11:15 
—0.1 


17:35 
8.0 


28:89 
1.1 




M 


6 


6:42 
8.7 


-0.1 


18:31 
8.4 


: : : 




Th 


6 


1:26 
0.8 


7:38 
8.5 


18:47 
0.3 


20*e 

9.0 




s 


7 


5:53 

8.7 


12:25 
0.0 


18:46 
8.0 






Tu 


7 


0:41 
0.7 


6:62 
8.6 


13:18 
0.0 


19:84 
8.6 




F 


7 


2:24 
0.1 


8:87 
8.4 


14:41 
0.4 


20J& 

9.0 




M 


8 


0:52 
1.0 


7:04 
8.8 


13:82 
—0.1 


19:58 
8.3 




W 


8 


1:47 
0.4 


7:69 
8.7 


14:18 
0.0 


20:29 
9.0 




S 


8 


8:16 
-0.1 


9:82 

8.4 


15:30 
0.5 


21:40 
9.1 




Tu 


9 


2KX) 
0.6 


8:11 
9.0 


14:38 
—0.3 


20:63 

8.8 


E 


Th 


9 


2:45 
0.0 


8:66 
8.9 


16:06 
0.0 


21:19 
9.2 




s 


9 


4:05 
-0.1 


10:21 
8.8 


16:15 
0.7 


22:23 
9.2 




W 


10 


3:01 
0.1 


9:12 
9.8 


15:28 
-0.6 


21:43 
9.2 




F 


10 


8:37 
-0.8 


9:49 
8.9 


16:55 
0.0 


22:06 
9.8 


• 


M 


10 


4:48 
-0.2 


11:06 
8.1 


16:67 
0.8 


23:02 
9.1 


E 


Th 


11 


8:54 
-0.3 


10:06 
9.4 


16:18 
-0.6 


22:19 
9.6 




S 


11 


4:24 
-0.6 


lO-JTZ 
8.9 


16:89 
.0.1 


22:48 
9.4 




Tu 


11 


5:27 
—0.1 


11:46 
7.9 


17:34 
1.1 


2339 

8.9 


• 


F 


12 


4:41 
-0.6 


10:53 
9.6 


17:02 
-0.6 


28:12 
9.6 


• 


s 


12 


5K)8 
-0.5 


11:22 
8.7 


17:20 
0.4 


23.-26 
9.8 


A 

N 


W 


12 


6:04 
—0.1 


12:20 
7.8 


18:09 
1.8 


■ - • 




S 


13 


5:26 
—0.8 


11:38 
9.4 


17:43 
-0.4 


22'A2 
9.5 




M 


13 


6:48 
—0.4 


12K)2 
8.4 


17:58 
0.7 


• • • 




Th 


13 


0:14 
8.8 


6:89 
0.0 


12:68 
7.7 


18:43 
1.4 




§ 


14 


6:09 
—0.7 


12:20 
9.1 


18:22 
-0.1 


. . . 




Tu 


14 


OM 
9.1 


6:27 
-0.3 


12:40 
8.2 


18:34 
0.9 




F 


14 


0:60 
8.6 


7:15 
0.1 


13:28 
7.7 


19:19 
1.5 




M 


15 


0:30 
9.4 


6:50 
—0.5 


18:01 

8.7 


19:01 
0.3 




W 


15 


0:40 

8.9 


7:04 
—0.1 


18:17 
7.9 


19:10 
1.2 




S 


15 


1:28 

8.4 


7:52 
0.1 


14:05 
7.8 


19:59 

1.4 




Tu 


16 


1K)9 
9.1 


7:80 
-0.2 


18:42 
8.3 


19:40 
0.8 


A 
N 


Th 


16 


1:17 
8.6 


7:48 
0.1 


18:55 
7.7 


19:48 
1.5 




s 


16 


2K)7 
8.4 


8:82 
0.1 


14:46 
7.9 


20:«J 
1.3 




W 


17 


1:49 
8.8 


8:12 
0.1 


14:24 
7.9 


20:21 
L2 




F 


17 


1:67 
8.4 


8:23 
0.3 


14:86 
7.6 


20:29 
1.6 




M 


17 


2:51 
8.8 


9:14 
0.2 


15:30 
8.1 


2131 
1.1 


A 


Th 


18 


2:30 

8.4 


8:56 
0.4 


15:06 
7.5 


21K)5 
1.6 




S 


18 


2:89 
8.1 


9:06 
0.4 


15:20 
7.6 


21:16 
1.7 


D 


Tu 


18 


SJ89 
8.2 


lOKX) 
0.8 


16:18 
8.4 


22-24 

0.9 


N 


F 


19 


8:16 

8.1 


9:48 
0.7 


16:56 
7.3 


21:67 
L8 




§ 


19 


3:25 

8.0 


9:61 
0.5 


16:07 
7.6 


22K» 
1.6 




W 


19 


4.-80 
8.3 


10:49 
0.3 


17.-08 
8.6 


23:19 

ae 


D 


S 


20 


4:06 

7.8 


10:83 
0.8 


16:49 
7.2 


22:60 
1.9 


1> 


M 


20 


4:16 
7.9 


10:40 
0.6 


16:59 
7.8 


2SK)4 
1.4 


£ 


Th 


20 


6:25 
8.4 


11:40 
0.2 


18:00 
8.9 


. . . 




§ 


21 


4:58 
7.7 


11:26 
0.9 


17:44 
7.8 


28:48 
1.8 




Tu 


21 


5:10 
8.0 


11:82 
0.5 


17:61 
8.2 


. . . 


•^ 


F 


21 


0:16 
0.2 


6.-28 
8.6 


0.1 


18:52 
9.S 




M 


22 


5:55 

7.8 


12:20 
0.8 


18:39 
7.6 


. . . 




W 


22 


0:00 
L2 


6:06 
8.1 


12:24 
0.4 


18:44 
8.6 


S 


22 


1:12 
—0.8 


7:22 
8.8 


18:28 
0.0 


19:46 

9.7 




Tu 


23 


0:45 

1.4 


6:60 
8.0 


13:12 
0.5 


19:80 
8.1 


E 


Th 


23 


0:66 
0.6 


7:02 

8.4 


13:16 
0.1 


19:88 
9.0 




§ 


23 


2:08 
-0.8 


8:19 
9.0 


14:22 
—0.2 


2039 
10.1 




W 


24 


1:89 
0.9 


7:45 
8.4 


14:02 
0.2 


20:18 

8.7 




F 


24 


1:48 
—0.1 


7:67 
8.9 


14:06 
—0.1 


20:22 
9.5 




M 


24 


3:03 
— L3 


9:16 
9.2 


15:17 
—0.3 


2133 

10.5 




Th 


25 


2:28 
0.3 


8:35 

8.8 


14:48 
—0.1 


21:02 
9.2 




S 


25 


2S9 
-0.7 


8:50 
9.3 


14:57 
-0.4 


21:10 
10.0 


9Tu 


25 


3:68 
— It7 


10:11 
9.4 


16:11 
-0.4 


22:25 
10. T 


E 


F 


26 


8:14 
-0.3 


9:23 
9.8 


15:84 
—0.6 


21:46 
9.7 




S 


26 


8-.80 
—1.3 


9:42 
9.6 


16:45 
-0.6 


21:58 
10.4 


s 


W 


26 


4:62 

-1.9 


11:05 
9.6 


17:03 
-0.5 


25:17 

las 




S 


27 


3:59 
—0.9 


10:10 
9.7 


16:18 
-0.8 


22:29 
10.1 


O 


M 


27 


4:19 
— L7 


10:82 
9.7 


1633 
-0.7 


22:46 
10.7 




Th 


27 


5:44 
-2.0 


11:59 
9.5 


17:67 
-0.5 


. . . 1 


o 


IS 


28 


4:44 
— L5 


10:56 
10.0 


17:01 
—0.9 


23:12 
10.4 


P 


Tu 


28 


5:10 
—2.0 


11:22 

9.8 


17:22 
—0.7 


23:35 
10.8 




F 


28 


0:10 
10.7 


6:37 
-L9 


12:53 
9.5 


18:52 
—0.4 




M 


29 


5:30 
-1.8 


11:42 
10.6 


17:45 
—0.9 


23:67 
10.6 


8 


W 


29 


6:00 
—2.1 


12:14 
9.7 


18:12 
—0.5 


: : : 




S 


29 


1:04 
10.6 


7:31 
—1.7 


13:47 
9.4 


19:4S 
—0-3 


p 


Tu 


30 


6:18 
— L9 


12:30 
9.8 


18:31 
-0.7 


: : : 




Th 
F 


30 
31 


0:26 
10 6 

1:18 
10.3 


6:52 
1.9 

7:47 
L6 


13:07 
9.5 

14:03 
9.2 


19K)6 
-0.3 

20:02 
0.0 




§ 


30 


2:00 
10.1 


8:26 
—1.4 


14.42 
9.8 


20:4S 

—0.1 

1 


Thetid 
a comparis 
from Alean 
4.6 feet bel 
minus (— ) 

The tin 
(a.m.),all 

#, new 
equator; A 


es are placed in the order of occurrence, w 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whe 

Low Water, which is the datum of soundir 
ow mean sea level. To find the depth of w 
sign is before the height, in which case sufc 
ae used is Eastern Standard. 75th meridian 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and whe 

moon; ;D. 1st quar.; O. ^"11 moon; (^, 3d 
, P, mpon in apogee or perigee. 


ith their times on the first line and heighte 
ther it is high or low water. The heights, ii 
igs on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Chart 
ater, add the tabular height to the soundinj 
►tract it. 

W.: Ofc is midnight, 12>» is noon; all hours le 
n diminished by 12 give the times after noon 
qu&T.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


on the second line of each dav; 
1 feet and tenths, are reckoned 
a for this region, and which is ! 
^ given on the chart, unless a 

ss than 12 are in the forenoon 
; for instance, 15:47 Is 3:47 p. m. 
farthest north or south of the 



PORTLAND (Central Wharf), MAINE, 1907. 



67 



JULY. 


AUGUST. 


SEPTEMBER. 


S 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of High and 
Low water. 


S 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of High and 
Low water. 


S 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


W. 


Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 




M 


1 


2:58 
9.6 


9:21 
-0.9 


15:39 
9.1 


21:50 
0.1 




Th 


1 


4:88 
8.5 


10:45 
0.4 


17:01 
8.8 


2825 
0.5 




§ 


1 


6:07 
7.8 


12:07 
1.6 


18:21 
8.1 


. . . 


$ 


Tu 


2 


8:59 
9.1 


10:09 
—0.4 


16:88 
9.0 


22:57 
0.3 




F 


2 


6:87' 
8.0 


11:48 
0.8 


18:00 
8.6 


. . . 


N 
A 


M 


2 


0:52 
0.9 


7:12 
7.2 


L7 


19:19 
8.1 




W 


3 


5H32 
8.7 


11:18 
0.0 


17:87 
8.9 


28:57 
0.4 




S 


3 


0:28 
0.6 


6:48 
7.7 


12:48 
1.1 


18:58 
8.4 




Tu 


3 


1:48 
0.8 


8:10 
7.3 


14:06 
1.6 


20:1ft 
8.2 




Th 


4 


6K)7 
8.4 


12:17 
0.5 


18:35 
8.8 


. . . 




^ 


4 


1:29 
0.7 


7:47 
7.5 


18:48 
1.3 


19:54 
8.5 




W 


4 


2:88 
0.6 


8:58 
7.5 


14:64 
1.4 


20:59 
8.4 




F 


5 


IKW 
0.4 


7:12 
8.1 


13:16 
0.7 


19:82 

8.8 


A 


M 


5 


2.-24 
0.6 


8:44 
7.5 


14:87 
1.8 


20:45 
8.5 




Th 


5 


321 
0.4 


9:39 
7.8 


15:86 
1.1 


21:39 
8.6 




S 


6 


1:59 
0.4 


8:13 
8.0 


14:12 
0.9 


20:25 
8.8 


N 


Tu 


6 


8:13 
0.5 


9:35 
7.6 


16:25 
L3 


21:80 
8.6 




F 


6 


3:59 
0.1 


10:14 
8.2 


16:14 
0.8 


22:17 
8.9 




s 


7 


2:54 
0.8 


9:10 
7.9 


15:08 
1.0 


21:18 
8.9 




W 


7 


3:56 
0.3 


10:17 
7.7 


16.-08 
1.2 


22:10 
8.7 


• 


S 


7 


4:84 
-0.1 


10:46 
8.5 


16:48 
0.5 


22:64 
9.1 




M 


8 


3:42 
0.2 


10;00 

7.8 


15:51 
1.1 


21:57 

8.9 




Th 


8 


4:84 
0.1 


10:62 

7.8 


16:45 
1.1 


22:46 

8.8 




§ 


8 


6:08 
—0.4 


1120 
8.9 


17:23 
0.1 


28*.30 
9.8 


a!tu 


9 


4:25 
0.1 


10:46 
7.8 


16:34 
1.1 


22:87 
8.9 


• 


F 


9 


5:09 
0.0 


11:24 
8.0 


17:18 
1.0 


23:22 
8.9 


E 


M 


9 


5:43 
—0.5 


11:58 
9.2 


17:69 
—0.3 




NW 


10 


6:03 
0.1 


11.-2S 
7.7 


17:11 
1.2 


28:14 

8.8 




S 


10 


6:41 
-0.2 


11:56 
8.2 


17:61 
0.8 


23:68 
9.0 




Tu 


10 


0:08 
9.4 


6:19 
-0.6 


12:29 
9.4 


18:87 
-0.5 




Th 


11 


5-.38 
0.0 


11:56 
7.7 


17:45 
1.3 


23:58 
8.8 




s 


11 


6:15 
-0.8 


12:27 
8.5 


18:27 
0.5 


. . . 




W 


11 


0:47 
9.5 


6:56 
-0.6 


18:07 
9.5 


19:20 
-0.7 


1 


F 


12 


6:12 
0.0 


12:26 
7.8 


18:18 
L2 






M 


12 


0:84 
9.1 


6:51 
-0.4 


13:01 

8.8 


19:08 
0.2 




Th 


12 


' 1:30 
9.4 


7:38 
-0.4 


18:49 
9.5 


20K)6 
-0.7 


! 


S 


13 


0:24 
8.7 


6:46 
—0.1 


12:59 
8.0 


18:62 
1.1 


E 


Tu 


13 


1:12 
9.1 


727 
-0.4 


13:38 
9.0 


19:46 
0.0 




F 


13 


2:16 
9.2 


8:22 
—0.1 


14:37 
9.4 


20:57 
-0.5 




s 


14 


1.-00 

8.7 


7:21 
-0.2 


13:34 
8.2 


19:81 
0.9 




W 


14 


1:58 
9.1 


8K)7 
-0.3 


1420 
9.1 


20:30 
—0.1 


}) 


S 


14 


3:07 

8.8 


9:12 
0.3 


16:29 
9.2 


21:58 
-0.3 


1 


M 


15 


1:39 

8.7 


7:59 
—0.2 


14:12 
8.4 


20:12 
0.7 




Th 


15 


2:89 
9.0 


8:61 
-0.1 


16KJ6 
9.1 


21:20 
—0.1 




§ 


16 


4:06 
8.4 


10:09 
0.6 


16:27 
9.0 


22:56 
-0.1 




Tu 


16 


2.'20 
8.7 


8:40 
-0.1 


14:64 
8.7 


20:50 
0.5 


D 


F 


16 


8:29 

8.8 


9:88 
0.1 


15:55 
9.1 


22:15 
-0.1 


S 


M 


16 


5:10 
8.1 


11:12 
0.9 


17:31 
8.9 


. . . 


E 


W 


17 


3K)5 
8.6 


9T24 
0.0 


15:40 
8.8 


21:50 
0.4 




S 


17 


4:24 
8.6 


10:81 
0.4 


16:51 
9.1 


28:15 
-0.2 




Tu 


17 


0:02 
-0.1 


6.19 
8.0 


12:22 
1.0 


18:89 
9.0 


3> 

1 


Th 


18 


3:56 
8.6 


10:11 
0.1 


16:29 
8.9 


22:44 
0.2 




§ 


18 


5:25 
8.3 


11:80 
0.6 


17:61 
9.1 


. . . 


P 


W 


18 


1:10 
-0.2 


7:28 
8.2 


13:31 
0.7 


19:45 
9.2 




F 


19 


4:52 
8.6 


11:03 
0.2 


17:22 
9.1 


23:42 
-0.1 




M 


19 


0:18 
—0.2 


6:81 
8.2 


12:84 
0.7 


18:64 
9.3 




Th 


19 


2:13 
—0.4 


8:31 
8.6 


14:34 
0.2 


20:48 
9.6 




S 


20 


5:50 
8.6 


11:58 
0.3 


18:18 
9.3 


. . . 


s 


Tu 


20 


1:24 
—0.4 


7:89 
8.3 


13:40 
0.6 


19:67 
9.6 




F 


20 


3:12 
-0.8 


9:27 
9.1 


15:32 
-0.3 


21:46 
9.9 




S 


21 


0:42 
-0.3 


6:53 
8.5 


12:58 
0.3 


19:16 
9.6 


p 


W 


21 


2:27 
-0.7 


8:42 
8.6 


14:43 
0.2 


20:58 
9.9 





S 


21 


4K)4 
—1.1 


10:18 
9.6 


1625 
-0.7 


22:47 
10.1 




M 


22 


1:42 
-0.7 


7:55 
8.6 


13:56 
0.2 


20:15 
9.9 




Th 


22 


3:26 
-1.1 


9:42 
9.0 


15:42 
—0.2 


21:56 
10.3 


E 


s 


22 


4:53 
-1.2 


11 KM 
9.9 


17:14 
— LO 


28:27 
10.1 


S 


Tu 


23 


2:42 
—1.0 


8:57 
8.8 


14:55 
0.0 


21:12 
10.3 





F 


23 


4:19 
—1.4 


10:36 
9.4 


16:87 
-0.6 


22:49 
10.5 




M 


23 


5:39 
—1.1 


11:49 
10.0 


18:01 
—LI 


. . . 


P 

o 


W 


24 


3:40 
—1.4 


9:55 
9.1 


16:54 
-0.8 


22:09 
10.6 




S 


24 


5:11 
— L6 


1125 
9.7 


17:29 
—0.9 


23:41 
10.5 




Tu 


24 


0:14 
9.9 


6:23 
-0.8 


12:82 
9.8 


18:48 
—0.9 




Th 


25 


4:35 
-1.7 


10:50 
9.4 


16:49 
-0.5 


28:02 
10.7 




s 


25 


6:00 
—1.6 


12:13 
9.9 


18-20 
-0.9 






W 


25 


1:00 
9.5 


7:07 
-0.4 


13:17 
9.5 


19:85 
—0.6 




F 


26 


5:28 
— L8 


11:43 
9.7 


17:48 
—0.6 


28:56 
10.7 


E 


M 26 

1 


0:32 
10.3 


6:48 
—1.4 


13:00 
9.9 


19:10 
—0.9 


Th 


26 


1:47 
9.0 


7:52 
0.1 


14:02 
9.2 


20:25 
-0.2 


1 


S 


27 


6:20 
—1.8 


12:35 
9.7 


18:37 
—0.7 


. . . 




Tu'27 


1:22 
10.0 


7:86 
-0.9 


13:48 
9.7 


20:02 
-0.6 


F 


27 


2:37 

8.4 


8:39 
0.7 


14:50 
8.7 


21:16 
0.2 


1 


s 


28 


0:49 
10.5 


7:11 
—1.6 


13:26 

9.8 


19:31 
—0.6 




VV 28 


2:13 
9.5 


8:24 
-0.4 


14:36 
9.4 


20:55 
-0.3 


Is 


28 


3:29 

7.8 


9:30 
1.2 


15:42 
8.3 


22:10 
0.6 


E 


M 


29 


1:42 
10.1 


8:02 
-1.3 


14:17 
9.6 


20:26 
—0.5 




Th|29 


3:a5 

8.8 


§:14- 
0.2 


15:27 
8.9 


21:50 
-0.2 


1^ 


IS 


29 


4:26 
7.4 


10:27 
1.6 


16:38 
7.9 


23:08 
0.9 




Tu 


30 


2:37 
9.6 


8:65 
-0.8 


15:10 
9.4 


21:24 
—0.2 


CC FjSO 


4:02 
8.2 


10:18 
0.8 


16:22 
8.5 


22:49 
0.6 


A 


M 


30 


6:26 
7.1 


11:28 
1.9 


17:37 

7.8 


. . . 


1- 


W 


31 


3:34 
9.1 


9:49 
0.2 


16:05 
9.1 


22:24 
.02 


S 31 

1 1 


502 
7.7 


11:05 
1.3 


17:20 

8.2 


23:50 
0.8 
















Thetid 

a comparis 

from Meflr 

4.5 feet bel 

j minus (— ) 


es are placed in the order of occurrence, wl 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whe 
Low Water, which is the datum of soundi 
ow mean sea Level. To And the depth of w 
sign is before the height, in which case sub 


;h their times on the first line and heights 
ther It i« high or low water. The heights, ii 
ngs on the Coa.st and Geodetic Survey Chart 
Iter, add the tabular height to the soundinf 
tract it. 


n the second line of each day; 
1 feet and tenths, are reckoned 
s for this region, and which is 
^ given on the chart, unless a 


' The tin 
(a.m.),all 


ne used is Eastern Standard. 75th Meridian 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and whe 


W.; O* is midnight, V2> is noon; all hours le 
Q diminished by 12 give the times after noon 


ss than 12 are in the forenoon 
; for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 


#, ne^ 
equator; A 


'■ moon; }). Ist quar.; Q, full moon; ([, 3d <] 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


[uar.; E, moon on the equator: N, S, moon 


farthest north or 


south of the 



68 



PORTLAND (Central Wharf), MAINE, 1907. 



OCTOBER. 


1 


Day 




NOVEMBER. 




— 


1 




— 


DECEMBER. 




-1 


S 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


of- 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


2 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


W. ,Mo. 


W. 
F 


Mo. 


W.M 

7! 7 

1 


Tu 1 


0:09 
1.0 


6:30 
7.1 


12:30 
1.9 


18:36 
7.7 


' 


1K)1 
0.8 


7:21 
l7.9 


13:29 
1.1 


19:33 
8.1 


0:67 
0.6 


7:16 

8.7 


13:81 
0.3 


19:39 , 
8.5 ! 




W 


2 


1:03 
0.9 


7:26 
7.3 


13.-27 
1.7 


19:80 
7.9 




8|2 


1:48 
0.5 


8:06 
8.5 


14:15 
0.6 


20:22 
8.4 




M 


2 


1:47 
0.2 


8.-0S 
9.2 


14:22 
-0.3 


20:30 , 

8.S 1 




Th 


3 


1:63 
••7 


8:14 
7.7 


14:16 
1.3 


20:18 
8.2 


E 


S ; 3 


2:32 
0.2 


8:47 
9.0 


14:69 
0.0 


21:07 
9.0 




Tu 


3 


2:36 
0.0 


8:50 
9.7 


15:10 
-0.9 


21:20 
9.2 




F 


4 


2:37 
0.4 


8:55 
7.9 


14:58 
0.9 


21:02 
8.5 




M! 4 


3:15 
—0.1 


9:27 
9.4 


15:42 
-0.6 


21:51 
9.3 




W 


4 


3:22 
-0.3 


9:37 
10.2 


15:58 
—1.4 


22:10 
9.4 




S 5 


3:18 
0.1 


9:32 
8.6 


15:3d 
0.4 


21:44 
8.9 


• Tui 5 

1 


3:58 
—0.4 


10:08 
9.9 


16:24 
—1.2 


22:34 
9.6 


• Th 


5 


4:10 
-0.5 


10:23 
10.5 


16:46 

—1.8 


22:59 ' 
9.6 




S 6 

1 


3:55 
—0.2 


10:07 
9.1 


16:16 
—0.2 


22:24 
9.2 


[wl . 


4:39 
—0.6 


10:50 
10.2 


17:07 
-1.5 


•23:20 
9.7 


P f 

1 


6 


4:56 
-0.6 


11:11 
10.7 


17:86 
—2.0 


23:48 
9-6 


E 

• 


Ml 7 

1 


4:32 
—0.4 


10:44 
9.4 


16:52 
—0.6 


23:02 
9.6 




Th 7 


6:20 
-4). 7 


11:32 
10.4 


17:63 
—1.7 




s 


S 


7 


6:45 
—0.6 


12.-00 
10.6 


18:26 
—1.9 






Tu 8 


6:10 
—0.7 


11:19 
9.7 


17:32 
— LO 


23:42 

9.8 




F 8 


9.7 


6:05 

-0.5 


12:17 
10.4 


18:40 
-1.7 




S| 8 


0:38 
9.6 


6:36 
—0.4 


12:50 
10.5 


19:17 1 
— l.H 




Wl 9 


5:48 
-0.7 


11:59 
9.9 


18:14 
—1.2 




p 

s 


S 9 


0:52 
9.6 


6:51 
-0.3 


13:06 
10.2 


19:32 
—1.6 




mI 9 


1:81 
9.8 


7:80 
-0.1 


13:42 
10.1 


20:12 , 
—1.4 ' 




Th 


10 


0:21 
9.7 


6:29 
—0.6 


12:39 
10.0 


18:58 
—1.3 




IS 10 


1:44 
9.2 


7:42 
0.1 


13:57 
9.8 


20:25 
—1.1 




Tu 10 


2:27 
9.1 


8:28 
0.1 


14:40 
9.6 


21:09 
-1.0 




F 


11 


1:09 
9.5 


7:11 
-0.8 


13:25 
9.8 


19:46 
—1.1 




MJU 


2:40 
8.8 


8:39 
0.4 


14:53 
9.4 


21:24 
—0.7 


D'W 


11 


8:26 
8.8 


9:31 
0.4 


15:43 
9.2 


22:09 
-0.6 ' 




S 


12 


1:57 
9.2 


7:59 
0.0 


14:13 
9.6 


20:40 
-0.8 


D 


Tu 


12 


3:41 
8.5 


9:43 
0.7 


15:56 
9.0 


22:28 
—0.3 


.Th 12 


4:27 

8.7 


10:87 
0.6 


16:48 
8.8 


23:11 , 

-0.2 1 


S 


s 


13 


2:51 
8.7 


8:52 
0.6 


16K)7 
9.2 


21:38 
-0.6 


Iw 

1 


13 


4:47 
8.3 


10:52 
0.9 


17:04 

8.7 


23:83 
—0.1 


K F 


13 


6:31 
8.7 


11:43 
0.6 


17:66 

8.5 


■ * " , 


1 


M 


14 


8:62 
8.3 


9:64 
0.8 


16:09 
8.9 


22:41 
—0.2 


iTh, 14 

1 1 


5:53 
8.3 


12:04 
0.8 


18:14 
8.6 






•s 


14 


0:13 
0.2 


6:33 
8.8 


12:58 
0.4 


i9.-a5 

8.5 




Tu 


16 


4:69 
8.0 


11:02 
1.1 


17:16 
8.7 


23:50 
0.0 




F 15 


0:38 
0.0 


6:69 
8.6 


13:12 
0.4 


19:23 

8.7 




s 


15 


1:16 
0.8 


7:32 
8.9 


13:66 
0.2 


20:10 : 

8.4 : 




W 


16 


6.-08 
8.1 


12:16 
1.0 


18:28 
8.7 




E 


S 


16 


1:40 
0.0 


7:67 
9.0 


14:12 
0.0 


20:27 

8.9 




M 


16 


2:18 
0.4 


8:27 
9.2 


14:52 
-0.1 


21:09 

8.4 , 




Th 


17 


0:57 
—0.1 


7:17 
8.3 


13:23 
0.7 


19:36 
8.9 




s 


17 


2:37 
0.0 


8;50 
9.2 


15:08 
-0.3 


21:22 
9.0 




Tu 


17 


3K)7 
0.6 


9:18 
9.8 


16:44 
—0.2 


22M 1 

8.3 ' 




F 


18 


1:59 
-0.3 


8:18 
8.8 


14:26 
0.2 


20:39 
9.2 




M 


18 


8:28 
0.0 


9:39 
9.6 


16K)0 
—0.6 


22:13 
9.0 




W 18 


8:66 
0.5 


10K>4 
9.4 


16:31 
-0.3 


22:49 : 

8.3 1 




S 


19 


2:66 
-0.5 


9:10 
9.8 


15:22 
-0.4 


^1:35 
9.6 


O 


Tu 


19 


4:14 
0.0 


1024 
9.6 


16:46 
—0.7 


23:00 
8.8 


O 


Th 19 


4:41 
0.7 


10:47 
9.-$ 


17:15 
-0.3 


28:31 
8.1 


E 


s 


20 


3:46 
-0.6 


9:69 
9.6 


16:12 
-0.8 


22:25 
9.6 




W 20 


4:58 
0.2 


11K)6 
9.6 


17:29 
-0.7 


23:44 

8.6 


N F 20 

1 . 


6:22 
0.9 


11.-27 
9.2 


17:62 
-0.8 


. . , 


o 


M 


21 


4:83 
-0.6 


10:44 
9.7 


17:00 
—1.0 


23:12 
9.6 




Th 21 


6:39 
0.5 


11:45 
9.4 


18:10 
-0.5 




Is 


21 


0:10 
7.9 


6.-00 
LI 


12.-03 
9.0 


18:30 1 
—0.2 1 




Tu 


22 


6:18 
-0.5 


11:26 
9.8 


17:45 
—1.0 


28:57 
9.3 




f'22 


0:25 
8.8 


6:18 
0.8 


12:26 
9.2 


18:50 
—0.3 


A IS 


22 


0:45 
7.8 


6:35 
1.8 


12:40 
8.7 


19:05 

0.0 1 




W 


23 


6:00 
—0.2 


12:07 
9.6 


18:27 
—0.8 


: : : 


N 


S 


23 


IKM 
8.0 


6:56 
1.1 


13:02 

8.8 


19:30 
-0.1 


'm 


23 


1:19 
7.7 


7:11 
1.3 


13:16 
8.6 


19:41 ' 
0.1 1 




Th 


24 


0:40 
8.9 


6:40 
0.2 


12:48 
9.4 


19:12 
—0.5 




s 


24 


1:48 
7.7 


7:87 
1.4 


13:48 

8.6 


20:11 
0.2 




Tu 


24 


1:53 
7.8 


7:48 
1.4 


13:55 
8.3 


20:19 , 
0.2 




F 


25 


1:24 
8.6 


7:22 
0.7 


13:30 
9.0 


19:56 
—0.1 


A 


M 


25 


2:25 
7.6 


8:20 
1.6 


14:27 
8.2 


20:54 
0.4 




W 


25 


2.81 

7.8 


8:3a 
1.4 


14:36 
8.2 


20:69 1 
0.3 1 




S 


26 


2:09 
8.0 


8:06 
1.1 


14:16 
8.6 


20:43 
0.2 




Tu|26 


3:09 
7.5 


9:06 
1.7 


15:13 
7.8 


21:40 
0.6 




Th 


26 


3:13 
8.0 


9:15 
1.3 


15:21 
8.1 


21:40 ' 
0.4 1 


N 


IS 


27 


2:57 
7.6 


8:64 
1.6 


15:08 
8.1 


21:32 
0.6 


c w 


27 


3:56 
7.5 


9:66 
1.8 


16:03 
7.7 


22:27 
0.8 


cC 


FI27 


3:59 
8.2 


10:08 
1.1 


16K» 
8.0 


22:18 
0.6 


A 


M 


28 


3:48 
7.3 


9:47 
1.9 


15:54 
7.8 


22:24 
0.8 


Th 


28 


4:46 
7.6 


10:52 
1.6 


16:55 
7.3 


23:16 
0.8 


£ 


S 28 


4:47 
8.4 


10:57 
0.9 


17:02 
8.1 


23:18 

0.6 ; 


c 


Tu 


29 


4:42 
7.2 


10:44 
2.0 


16:48 
7.6 


23:17 
0.9 


F 


29 


5:38 
7.9 


11:46 
1.3 


17:50 
7.8 




S 29 


6:37 
8.6 


11:62 
0.6 


18:00 
8.2 


1 




W 


30 


5:38 
7.2 


11:43 
1.9 


17:46 
7.6 




K SJ30 


0:07 
0.7 


6:28 
8.3 


12:40 
0.9 


18:45 
8.1 


M 30 


0:10 
0.6 


6:30 
8.9 


12:49 
0.1 


18:58 ' 
8.4 , 




Th 


31 


0:09 
0.9 


6:32 
7.6 


12:39 
1.6 


18:41 
7.8 














i^i" 


1:05 
0.6 


7:23 
9.8 


13:46 
-0.4 


19:66 


The tid 
a eomparls 
from Mean 
is 4.5 feet b 
a minus ( - 

The tir 
(a.m.), all 
8:47 p. m. 

#, nev) 
equator; A 


es are placed in the order of oc< 
on of con.qecutive heights will i 
i Low Water, which is the datu 
elow mean sea level. To find t 

) sign is before the height, in m 
Qe u.sed is Eastern Standard. 75t 

greater are in the afternoon ( 


;un 
ndi 
mc 
le ( 
•hie 
h ni 
p. D 


•ence, wl 
sate whe 
)f Roundi 
ler>th of 
h ca*e 81 
eridian 
a.) and \ 


th their times on the first line and heights o 
ther it is high or low water. The heights, i 
ngs on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Cha 
water, add the tabular height to the scmndi 
ibtract it. 

VV.: O** is midnight. 12^ Is noon: all hours lei 
v'hen diminished by 12 give the times aft 


n the second line of each day; ' 
n feet and tenths, are reckoned I 
rts for this region, and which 
ngs given on the chart, unless | 

s8 than 12 are in the forenoon 1 
er noon; for instance, 15:47 is 


moon; }). Istquar.: Q. full moon; C, 3d 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


quar.; E, 


moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


farthest north or south of the 



BOSTON (Navy- Yard), MASSACHUSETTS, 1907. 



69 









JANUARY. 


It of High and 
ater. 


c 




FEBRUARY. 








MARCH. 






c Day of— 
S W. Mo. 


Time and Beigt 
LowAW 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


i 


Day of— 


Time and Height of Hie 
LowWatcr. 


fhand 


W. |Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 






Tu 1 


0:12 
8.6 


6:14 
0.9 


12:26 
9.7 


18:45 
—0.3 




F 


1 


1:01 
9.8 


7:08 
0.1 


13:18 
10.1 


19:38 
-0.6 




F 


1 


6:03 12:12 
-0.4 10.4 


18:28 
-0.9 


• ■ • 


W' 2 


0:61 
8.7 


6:52 
0.9 


13K>4 
9.8 


19:26 
—0.4 




S 


2 


1:42 
9.6 


7:62 
0.1 


14:02 
10.0 


20:22 
-0.5 


E 


S 


2 


0:34 6:46 
10.0 -0.6 


12:65 
10.4 


19:10 
-0.9 




Th 3 


1:29 

8.8 


7:34 
0.9 


13:43 
9.6 


20:07 
—0.3 


E 


§ 


3 


2:26 
9.6 


8:39 
0.1 


14:48 
9.7 


21:07 
-0.3 




s 


3 


1:17 7:32 
10.2 —0.7 


13:89 
10.3 


19:55 
-0.7 




f; 4 


2:10 
8.9 


8:16 
0.9 


14:27 
9.6 


20:48 
-0.3 




M! 4 


816 
9.6 


9:31 
0.1 


15:87 
9.4 


21:55 
0.0 




M 


4 


2.02 8:18 
10.2 -0.7 


14:27 
9.9 


20:41 
—0.4 




S 1 5 


2:63 
9.0 


9:02 
O.g 


16:11 
9.4 


21:37 
0.0 


c 


Tu, 5 


4:07 
9.6 


10:27 
0.1 


16:82 
9.1 


22:48 
0.3 




Tu 


5 


2:61 9:12 
10.1 -0.5 


15:16 
9.5 


21:30 
0.0 




S 6 


3:42 
9.1 


9:54 
0.7 


16:02 
9.2 


22:25 
0.1 


,W 6 

1 


5:02 
9.7 


11:28 
0.1 


17:29 

8.8 


23:45 
0.5 


w 


6 


8:43 10:07 
10.0 -0.3 


16:11 
9.1 


22:25 
0.4 


I'' 


7 


4:34 
9.2 


10:50 
0.5 


16:57 
9.0 


23:18 
0.2 




Th 


7 


6:02 
9.7 


12:28 
0.0 


18:83 
8.6 




d Th 7 


4:40 11:05 
9.8 —0.1 


17:10 

8.7 


23:28 
0.6 




Tu 


8 


6:30 
9.4 


11:48 
0.3 


17:66 
8.9 


: : : 




F 


8 


0:47 
0.6 


7:05 
9.9 


13:32 
-0.2 


19:37 

8.7 


s 


F 


8 


5:42 12:08 
9.7 0.0 


18:15 
8.5 






W 


9 


0:13 
0.3 


6:28 
9.7 


12:60 
0.0 


18:56 
8.9 


s 


S 9 


1:48 
0.4 


10.2 


14:83 
-0.6 


20:42 
8.9 


p 


S 


9 


0:28 6:46 
0.7 9.7 


13:13 
0.0 


19:22 
8.6 




Th 


10 


1:10 
0.2 


7:27 
10.1 


13:62 
-0.4 


19:68 
9.1 


p 


s jio 


2:60 
0.1 


9:07 
10.6 


16:88 
-0.8 


21:42 
9.2 




IS 


10 


1:88 7:49 
0.6 9.9 


14:18 
—0.1 


20:28 

8.7 




Fill 


2.'09 
0.0 


8:27 
10.6 


14:62 
-0.8 


20:68 
9.3 




M 11 


3:48 
-0.3 


10:03 
11.0 


16:28 
-L2 


22:38 
9.6 




m'ii 


2:87 8:62 
0.2 10.2 


15:18 
-0.5 


21:29 
9.2 


P; S 12 

1 1 


3K)7 
-0.2 


9:23 
11.0 


16:48 
—1.3 


21:67 
9.6 


• 


Tu 12 


4:44 
-0.7 


10:57 
11.2 


17:20 
— L6 


28:80 
10.0 




Tu 12 

1 


8:36 9:60 
-0.2 10.5 


16:12 ■ 
-0.8 


22:24 
9.6 


s 


S 


13 


4:08 
-0.5 


10:18 
11.3 


16:43 
-1.6 


22:52 
9.7 




W 


13 


6:37 
—0.9 


11:48 
11.8 


18:09 
-1.6 




'w!i3 


4:32 10:46 
—0.6 10.7 


17:02 
—LI 


28:13 
10.0 


• 


M 


14 


4:67 
-0.8 


11:12 
11.6 


17:36 
-1.9 


23:44 
10.0 




Th 


14 


020 
10.2 


6:27 
— LO 


12:38 

n.2 


18:56 
-L5 


• Th 14 

1 1 


5:22 11:33 
—0.9 10.8 


17:49 
— L2 


23:69 
10.3 




Tu 


15 


6:50 
-0.9 


12:03 
11.6 


18:27 
-1.9 






F 


15 


1:07 
10.3 


7:17 
-0.9 


18:26 
10.8 


19:43 
-1.2 


E 


F 15 


6:09 12:20 
— LO 10.7 


18:38 
—LI 


. . . 




W 


16 


0:36 
10.1 


6:42 
-0.9 


12:65 
11.4 


19:87 
—1.8 


E 


S 


16 


1:53 
10.2 


8:05 
-0.7 


14:13 
10.3 


20:27 
-0.8 


S 16 


0:43 6:65 
10.4 -LO 


ISKM 
10.4 


19:16 
-0.8 




Th 


17 


1:27 
10.2 


7:36 
—0.8 


13:46 
11.0 


20:08 
—1.5 


s 


17 


2:40 
10.0 


8:58 
-0.4 


15:02 
9.7 


21:15 
0.3 


! IS 17 

1 


1:26 7:40 
10.3 —1.3 


13:48 
9.9 


19:58 
—0.4 




F 


18 


2:18 
10.0 


8:27 
—0.6 


14:38 
10.5 


20:58 
-1.1 


1^ 


18 


8:28 
9.7 


9:44 
0.1 


15:50 
9.1 


22:03 
0.2 




M'18 

1 


2:09 8:26 
10.0 -0.4 


14:82 
9.4 


20:42 
0.1 


E 


S 


19 


3:10 
9.8 


9:21 
-0.2 


15:30 
9.9 


21:48 
—0.6 


}) 


Tu 


19 


4:17 
9.4 


10:36 
0.6 


16:41 
8.5 


22:53 
0.8 




Tu;i9 


2:53 9:11 
9.6 0.0 


15:17 

8.8 


21:28 
0.6 




s 


20 


4:03 
9.6 


10:16 
0.2 


16:24 
9.3 


22:41 
—0.1 




W 


20 


6:08 
9.0 


11:29 
0.9 


17:34 

8.0 


23:47 
1.2 


IW 20 


8:39 9:68 
9.2 0.4 


16:03 
8.3 


22:16 
1.1 


y 


M 21 


4:67 
9.3 


11:13 
0.5 


17:20 
8.7 


23:83 
0.4 


A 


Th 21 


6:00 

8.8 


12:24 
1.0 


18:30 
7.7 


. . . 


A Th 21 


4:27 10:48 
8.9 0.8 


16:53 
7.9 


23:0.^ 
1.5 




Tu 22 


6:51 
9.1 


12:12 
0.2 


18:18 
8.3 






Fj22 

1 


0:40 
1.4 


6:53 
8.7 


13:19 
1.1 


19:27 
7.6 


N F 22 


5:17 11:41 
8.6 LO 


17j46 
7. 7 


23:r>7 
1.7 




W 


23 


0:28 
0.8 


6:47 
9.1 


13:09 
0.9 


19:17 
8.0 


N 


S 23 


1:38 
1.5 


7:46 

8.8 


14:11 
0.9 


20:20 
7.7 


' S 23 


6:09 12:33 
8.5 1.1 


18:41 
7.6 






Th 


24 


1:28 
1.0 


7:38 
9.1 


14:04 
0.9 


20:12 
7.8 




IS 


24 


2:25 
1.4 


8:35 
9.0 


11:59 
0.6 


21:08 
8.0 




IS 24 


0:62 7:02 
L7 8.6 


13:26 
0.9 


19::V) 

7.S 


A 


F 


25 


2:14 
1.1 


8:28 
9.2 


14:54 
0.7 


21:03 

7.8 




M 


25 


3:12 
1.1 


9:22 
9.4 


16:44 
0.2 


21:52 

8.4 




M 25 


1:44 7:54 
L4 8.7 


14:17 
0.9 


20:27 
8.2 




S 


26 


3:02 
1.1 


9:15 
9.3 


15:38 
0.5 


21:48 
8.0 




Tu 


26 


3:57 
0.7 


10:07 
9.7 


16:27 
—0.2 


22:34 
8.8 


.Tu26 

; 


2:35 8:45 
LO 9.2 


15:0) 
0.2 


21:14 

8.7 


N 


s 


27 


3:47 
1.0 


9:58 
9.5 


16:21 
0.2 


22:28 
8.2 




W 27 


4:40 
0.3 


10:50 
10.0 


17:08 
-0.6 


28:13 
9.3 


Wj27 


3:24 9:33 
0.5 9.7 


15:51 
-0.3 


21:69 
9.3 




M 


28 


4:28 
0.8 


10:38 
9.7 


17:00 
—0.2 


23:07 
8.5 


O 


Th 


28 


5:22 
—0.1 


11:31 
10.3 


17:48 
—0.8 


23:53 
9.7 


Th 28 


4:08 10:18 
-0.1 10.1 


16:35 
—0.6 


22:43 
9.8 


C 


Tu 


29 


6:08 
0.7 


11:18 
10.0 


17:38 
—0.4 


23:48 

8.8 
















g f'29 


4:63 11:03 
-0.6 10.4 


17:17 
—0.9 


23:24 
10.3 




\V 


30 


5:47 
0.5 


11:57 
10.1 


18:18 
—0.6 




1 ! 










8 30 


6:38 11:48 
— LO 10.6 


18:00 
—1.0 






Th 


31 


0:22 
9.1 


6:17 
0.3 


12:37 
10.1 


18:57 
—0.7 














» 31 

1 , 


0:09 6:25 
10.6 —1.3 


12:32 
10.6 


18:46 
-LO 


The tl<3 
a comparifl 
from Mean 
4.8 fe«t bel 
minus ( — ) 

The tli 
(a.m.), all 

#, ncM 
equator; A 


lea are placred in the order of oc( 
on of consecutive heights will ii 
Low Water, which is the datun 
ow mean sea level. To find the 
sign i.s before the height, In wh 
ne used is Eastern Standard, 7.M 
greater are m the afternoon (p. r 
rmoon: ^, Istquar.; Q, full m 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


•urr 
idic 

Q Ol 

de 
Ich 
hn 
n.) 
[)on 


ence, wi 
•ate whel 
soundin 
pth of w 
case sub 
leridian 
and whe 
; d.Sdq 


th their times on the first line and heights c 
her it is high or low water. The heights, ir 
gs on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Chart 
fiter. add the tabular height to the sounding 
tract it. 

W.: Oh is midnight, 12»' is noon; all hours Ic 
Q diminished by 12 give the times after noon 
uar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


►n the second line of each day; 
I feet and tenths, arc reckoned 
8 for this region, and which is 
fs given on the chart, unless a 

'ss than 12 are in the forenoon 
; for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 
farthest north or south of the 



70 



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1 


APRIL. 




' 




MAY. 


" 


■ 


"^ 


JUNE. 




1 


^ 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


s 
5 
3 


Day of— 


Time am 


1 Height of High and 
Low Water. 

7:43 13:60 19:58 
—1.7 10.0 -0.4 


^ 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
I^w Water. 


W. Mo. 


W. Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 




M 1 


0:53 
10.8 


7:12 
—1.4 


13:18 
10.4 


19:80 
—0.7 




W| 1 


1:20 
11. 1 


S 


1 


2:50 
10.7 


9:17 
—1.2 


1536 
9.6 


21:36 

0.1 : 


p 


Tu 


2 


1:40 
10.7 


8:00 
—1.3 


14K)7 
10,1 


20:1« 
-0.4 


S 


Th 2 


2:12 
10.9 


8:37 
-1.3 


14:43 
9.7 


20:62 
0.0 




s 


2 


3:48 
10.2 


10:14 
—0.8 


16:26 
9.3 


22:S7 
0.3 1 




W 


3 


2:30 
10.5 


8:52 
—1.0 


14:69 
9.6 


21:09 
0.0 




F 3 


3:07 
10.5 


9:33 
—0.9 


15:41 
9.7 


21:61 
0.8 


(C 


M 


3 


4:49 
9.7 


11:13 
-0.4 


17:28 
9.2 


23:42 
0.4 




Th 


4 


8:23 
10.2 


9:48 
-0.6 


15:55 
9.1 


22:06 
0.4 


c 


S 4 


4:06 
10.0 


10:33 
0.5 


16:43 
9.0 


22:53 
0.6 




Tu 


4 


6:62 
9.4 


12:13 
—0.1 


18.-32 
9.2 


. . . 


8 


F 


6 


4:22 
9.9 


10:48 
-0.8 


16:56 

8.8 


23:08 
0.7 




S 1 5 


5:08 
9.7 


11:35 
-0.2 


17:47 
8.8 


23:58 
0.6 


E 


W 


5 


0:46 
0.4 


&J66 
9.1 


13:12 
0.1 


19:30 ; 

9.3 1 




S 


6 


538 
9.6 


11:52 
0.0 


18:02 
8.5 






M 6 


6:13 
9.5 


12:37 
0.0 


18:53 
9.4 


. . . 




Th 


6 


1:48 
0.8 


7:68 
9.0 


14:06 
0.2 


20:25 . 
9.6 , 




s 


7 


0:14 
0.8 


6:30 
9.5 


12:58 
0.1 


19:10 
8.6 




Tu 7 


1K>5 
0.6 


7:18 
9.4 


18:38 
0.0 


19:56 
9.1 




F 


7 


2:46 
0.2 


8:56 
8.9 


15:01 
0.2 


21:16 ' 
9.8 




M 


8 


1:20 
0.6 


7:85 
9.6 


14K)1 
0.0 


20:14 

8.8 




W 8 

1 


2:09 
0.2 


8:22 
9.4 


14:88 
0.0 


20:62 
9.6 




S 


8 


3:87 
0.0 


9:48 
8.8 


16:50 
0.3 


22:02 j 
9.9 ' 




Tu 


9 


2:28 
0.8 


8:38 
9.8 


14:59 
-0.2 


21:13 
9.3 


E 


Th, 9 


3:08 
0.0 


9:19 
9.4 


16:28 
—0.2 


21:43 
9.8 




s 


9 


4:24 
—0.1 


10:35 
8.7 


16:33 
0.4 


22:45 , 
10.0 ! 




W 


10 


3:23 
-0.1 


9:37 
10.0 


15:58 
-0.5 


22:07 
9.3 




F 10 


3:48 
-0.3 


10:11 
9.4 


16:17 
—0.2 


'22:28 
10.0 


o 


M 


10 


6:06 
-0.3 


11:17 
8.6 


17:16 
0.5 


23:24 
9.9 


E 


Th 


11 


4:17 
-0.5 


10:29 
10.1 


16:42 
-0.6 


22:53 
10.1 




S 11 


4:47 
-0.6 


10:58 
9.4 


17:02 
-0.1 


23:12 
10.2 




Tu 


11 


6:47 
—0.2 


11:56 
8.5 


17:58 
0.7 


. . . 


• 


F 


12 


5:05 
-0.8 


11:17 
10.1 


17:26 
-0.7 


28:37 
10.3 


• 


S'12 


5:30 
—0.6 


11:40 
9.2 


17:42 
0.0 


23:52 
10.1 


A 
N 


W 


12 


0:02 
9.8 


6:24 
-0.2 


12:31 
8.4 


1»:.52 , 
0.9 ' 




S 


13 


6:50 
—0.9 


12K)0 
10.0 


18K)8 
-0.5 


. . . 




M 13 


6:10 
—0.6 


12:19 
9.0 


18:22 
0.3 


. . . 




Th 


13 


0:40 
9.7 


7:02 
—0.1 


13.-07 
8.4 


19:09 

1.11 




s 


14 


0:18 
10.3 


6:84 
-0.8 


12:42 
9.7 


18:48 
—0.3 




Tu, 14 


0:81 
10.0 


6:50 
—0.4 


12:58 

8.8 


19:00 
0.6 




F 


14 


1.18 
9.6 


7:40 
—0.1 


13:45 
8.4 


19:47 ' 

1.2 j 




M 


15 


0:59 
10.1 


7:15 
-0.6 


13:23 
9.3 


19:28 
0.1 




W 15 


1:08 
9.7 


7:29 
-0.2 


18:36 
8.6 


19:38 
0.9 




S 


15 


1:57 
9.3 


8:20 
0.0 


14:33 

8.4 


20:28 ' 
1.3, 




Tu 


16 


1:28 
9.9 


7:57 
-0.8 


14 .-03 
8.9 


20:10 
0.6 


A 

N 


Th 16 

1 


1:48 
9.4 


8:09 
0.0 


14:13 
8.4 


20:19 
1.3 




s 


16 


2:87 
9.1 


9:02 
0.2 


15:08 
8.5 


21:14 i 
1.3 




W 


17 


2:20 
9.5 


8:39 
0.0 


14:44 
8.6 


20:63 
1.0 




F 


17 


2:27 
9.2 


8:52 
0.2 


14:55 
8.2 


21:01 
1.5 




M 


17 


332 
9.0 


9:48 
0.3 


1654 
8.6 


22KB ' 
1-3 


A 


Th 


18 


3:02 
9.1 


9:24 
0.4 


15:28 
8.2 


21:37 
1.4 




S 


18 


3:10 
8.9 


9:85 
0.4 


15:40 

8.1 


21:47 
1.6 


1> 


Tu 


18 


4:10 
8.9 


10:36 
0.4 


16:43 

8.8 


22:56 1 
1.0 ' 


N 


F 


19 


3:47 
8.8 


10:12 
0.7 


16:16 
7.9 


22:25 
1.7 




s 


19 


3:57 

8.7 


10:22 
0.6 


16:28 
8.2 


22:37 
1.6 




W 


19 


6:02 

8.8 


1136 
0.4 


17:86 
9.0 


23:5(2 ' 
0.7 1 


D 


S 


20 


4:30 

8.6 


11:00 
0.8 


17:07 
7.8 


23:17 
1.8 


J) 


M|20 


4:46 

8.6 


11:12 
0.6 


17:18 
8.3 


23:32 
L5 


E 


Th 


20 


6:67 
8.9 


12:18 
0.3 


18:81 
9.4 


: : :| 




» 


21 


5:26 
8.6 


11:52 
0.9 


17:58 
7.9 






Tu 


21 


5:38 

8.7 


12:03 
0.5 


18:12 
8.5 






F 


21 


0:48 
0.3 


6:54 
9.0 


18:11 
0.1 


19.-26 
9.» ' 




M 


22 


0:10 
1.7 


6:18 
8.6 


12:43 
0.8 


18:52 
8.1 




W 


22 


0:27 
1.0 


6:83 

8.8 


12:55 
0.4 


19.-05 
9.0 




R 


22 


1:46 
-0.2 


7:52 
9.2 


14.-05 
0.0 


20:21 ' 
10.3 




TU|23 


1:04 
1.3 


7:13 

8.8 


13:36 
0.5 


19:46 
8.6 


E 


Th 


23 


1:21 
0.5 


7:28 
9.1 


13:48 
0.1 


19:68 
9.6 




S 


23 


2:43 
-0.8 


8:48 
9.4 


15:00 
-0.3 


21:15 ' 
10.8 




W 24 


1:57 
0.8 


. 8:08 
9.1 


1436 
0.2 


20:36 
9.1 




F 


24 


2:15 
-0.1 


8:23 
9.4 


14:38 
—0.2 


20:60 
10.1 




M 


24 


3:38 
—1.8 


9:46 
9.7 


15:53 
—0.5 


22«? ' 
11.2 




Thl25 


2:49 
0.2 


8:58 
9.6 


15:14 
-0.2 


2133 
9.7 




S 


25 


3:09 
-0.7 


9:17 
9.8 


16:28 
—0.5 


21:42 
10.7 


9 


Tu 


25 


4:33 

—1.7 


10:39 
9.9 


16:47 
—0.7 


23K» ' 
11.5 


E 


F 26 


3:38 
—0.4 


9:48 
10.0 


16:01 
—0.6 


22:12 
10.3 




s 


26 


4:00 
—1.3 


10:09 
10.1 


16:18 
—0.7 


22:32 

U.l 


S 


W 


26 


6:25 
-1.9 


11:32 
10.1 


17:38 
-0.8 


23:53 ' 
11.6 




S '27 


4:27 
—1.0 


10:36 
10.8 


16:47 
—0.9 


22:58 
10.8 


G 


M 


27 


4:53 

-1.8 


11:00 
10.3 


17:08 
-0.9 


23:22 
11.4 




Th 


27 


6:18 
—2.0 


12:25 
10.1 


18:31 
-0.8 


. . . ' 
• • • 1 


o 


S 28 


5:15 
—0.5 


11:23 
10.5 


17:33 
—1.0 


23:43 
11.1 


F 


Tu 


28 


6:43 
—2.0 


11:51 
10.3 


18:62 
-0.9 






F 


28 


0:46 

n.5 


7:10 
—1.9 


13:18 
10.1 


19:26 
-<).7 




m'29 


6:03 
—0.8 


12:12 
10.6 


18:19 
-0.9 


. . . 


8 W 


29 


0:11 
11.5 


6:35 
—2.1 


12:42 
10.2 


18:48 
—0.7 




S 


29 


1:38 
11.3 


8:02 
—1.7 


14:12 
10.0 


20:22 1 
-0.6, 


p 


Tu 


30 


0:32 
11.2 


6:52 

-1.8 


13:00 
10.4 


19:07 
—0.8 


Th 


30 


1:02 
11.4 


7:26 
—1.9 


13:34 
10.0 


19:41 
-0.5 




S^ 


30 


2:33 
10.8 


8:57 
-1.3 


16:08 
9.8 


21:18 
—0,2 1 




1 










1 


31 


1:65 
11.1 


8:20 
—1.6 


14:28 
9.8 


20:36 
-0.2 














1 

1 


The tid 

I acompari!« 

from Mean 

4.8 feet bel 

minus ( - ) 


es are placed in the order of occurrence, wit 
an of consecutive heights will indicate whe 
Low Water, which Is the datum of soundin 
rtw mean sea level. To find the depth of wi 
sign is before the height, in which case sub 


,h their times on the first line and heights o 
ther it is high or low water. The heigh U, ir 
gs on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Char 
Iter, add the tabular height to the soundini 
tract it. 


n the second line of each day: ; 
I feet and tenths, are reckoned ' 
ts for this region, and which is | 
fs given on the chart, unless a i 


The tiE 
(a.m.), all 


ne used is Eastern Standard, 75th meridian 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and whe 


W.; Oh is midnight, Wi* is noon; all hours lei 
n diminished by 12 give the times after ngon 


s than 12 are in the forenoon \ 
for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. t 


#, Jievi 
equator: A 


moon ; }). 1st quar. ; O. full moon ; (^, 3d 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


quar.; E, 


moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


farthest north or south of the ' 



BOSTON (Navy- Yard), MASSACHUSETTS, 1907. 



71 





JULY. 






ACGUST. 


SEPTEMBER. 1 

1 


c jDayof- 
S W. Mo. 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


S 


Djiyof— 


Time and Helebtof Hl^h «i"l 
Low Water 


as 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and i 
Low Water. | 

1 


W. 


Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 


1 M, 1 


3:27 
10.3 


9:48 
—0.9 


16:02 
9.6 


22:15 
0.0 




Th 


1 

m 


4:54 
9.0 


11:08 
0.2 


17:25 
9.4 


23:47 
0.5 




S^ 


1 


0:08 
0.9 


6:16 

7.8 


12:23 18-87 
L3 8.8 


^Tu; 2 


4:25 
9.8 


10:44 
-0.4 


17:00 
9.4 


23:17 
0.3 




F 


2 


6:63 

8.4 


12:04 
0.6 


18:22 
9.2 


. . . 


N 
A 


M 


2 


1:04 
LO 


7:13 
7.6 


13:18 19:80 
1.5 8.8 


Wi 3 


5:25 
9.2 


11:42 
0.0 


18:00 
9.3 


. . . 




S 


3 


0:47 
0.8 


6:64 
. 8.1 


ISKK) 
0.9 


19:17 
9.1 




Tu 


3 


1:68 
LO 


8:09 
7.6 


14:10 20:22 
L4 8.9 


Th 4 


0:18 
0.5 


6:27 
8.8 


12:39 
0.3 


18:58 
9.3 




S^ 


4 


1:46 
0.9 


7:68 
7.9 


18:65 
LI 


20:10 
9.2 




W 


4 


2:47 
0.8 


8:68 
7.9 


14:58 21.08 
L2 9.1 


F 5 


1:21 
0.6 


7:30 

8.6 


13:35 
0.5 


19:63 
9.4 


A 


M 


5 


2:38 
0.8 


8:49 
7.8 


14:46 
LI 


20:59 
9.3 




Th 


5 


8:81 
0.6 


9:40 
8.2 


15:48 21:61 
0.9 9.4 


!« 


6 


2:18 
0.5 


8:28 
8.3 


14:28 
0.7 


20:46 
9.6 


N 


Tu 


6 


8.26 
0.6 


9:87 
7.9 


15:33 
LI 


21:48 
9.4 




F 


6 


4:12 
0.1 


10:19 
8.6 


16.-23 22:32 
0. 6 9. 7 


s 


7 


3:11 
0.6 


9:22 
8.2 


15:18 
0.8 


21:32 
9.6 




W 


7 


4:08 
0.4 


10:18 
8.0 


16:15 
LO 


22:23 
9.5 


• 


S 


7 


4:60 
-0.2 


10:57 
9.1 


17K» 23:12 
0.2 10.0 


M 8 


3:58 
0.4 


10:08 
8.1 


16:03 
0.8 


22:16 
9.6 




Th 


8 


4:47 
0.2 


10:66 
8.8 


16:54 
0.9 


23:02 
9.7 




s 


8 


5:28 
-0.6 


11:33 
9.6 


17-43 23:52 
-0.2 10.1 


A,Tu 9 


4:40 
0.2 


10:60 
8.1 


16:45 
0.9 


22:63 
9.6 


• 


F 


9 


6:28 
-0.1 


11:80 
8.6 


17:82 
0.7 


23:40 
9.8 


E 


M 


9 


6:07 
-0.6 


12:18 
9.8 


18:23 . . . 
-0.4 .. . 


N w 10 


5:20 
0.1 


11:26 
8.2 


17:23 
1.0 


23:32 
9.7 




S 


10 


6:01 
—0.8 


12:06 
8.9 


18:10 
0.5 


. . . 




Tu 


10 


0:32 
10.2 


6:47 
-0.6 


12:63 19:07 
10.0 -0.6 


Th 11 


5:54 
0.0 


12:00 
8.3 


18K)0 
1.0 






s 


11 


0:18 
9.9 


6:38 
-0.4 


12:42 
9.2 


18:48 
0.3 




W 


11 


1:13 
10.1 


7:28 
-0.6 


18:36 19:63 
10.1 -0.6 


F 


12 


0:08 
9.6 


6:30 
-0.1 


12:35 

8.6 


18:37 
1.0 




M 


12 


0:58 
9.9 


7:17 
-0.4 


13:22 
9.4 


19:31 
0.2 




Th 


12 


1:68 
9.9 


8:12 
-0.2 


14:22 20:42 
10.1 -0.5 


S 


13 


0:45 
9.6 


7:08 
—0.2 


13:11 

8.6 


19:16 
0.9 


E 


Tu 


13 


1:88 
9.8 


7:68 
-0.3 


14:08 
9.5 


20:16 
0.1 




F 


13 


2:46 
9.6 


8:69 
0.1 


16:12 21:86 
10.0 -0.8 


s 


14 


1:24 
9.6 


7:47 
—0.2 


13:60 

8.8 


19:57 
0.9 




W 


14 


2:22 
9.6 


8:42 
—0.1 


14:48 
9.6 


21:04 
0.1 


D 


S 


14 


8:88 
9.2 


9:61 
0.4 


16K)7 22:82 
9.8 -0.2 


M 


15 


2:06 
9.5 


8:28 
—0.1 


14:33 
9.0 


20:41 
0.8 




Th 


15 


3:09 
9.4 


9:27 
0.1 


16:88 
9.6 


21:66 
0.1 




s 


15 


4:86 
8.8 


10:48 
0.7 


17:06 23:38 
9.7 0.0 


Tu'ie 


2:48 
9.8 


9:11 
0.0 


15:18 
9.1 


21:80 
0.7 


D 


F 


16 


4:00 
9.1 


10:17 
0.3 


16:30 
9.7 


22:52 
0.1 


S 


M 


16 


6:37 
8.6 


11:61 

0.8 


18:08 . . . 
9.6 .. . 


E W 

1 


17 


3:36 
9.2 


9:68 
0.1 


16:07 
9.3 


22:21 
0.5 




S 


17 


4:66 
8.9 


11:11 
0.5 


17:28 
9.7 


23:63 
0.0 




Tu 


17 


0:38 
0.0 


6:43 

8.6 


12:65 19:18 
0.6 9.8 


^'Xh 18 


4:27 
9.0 


10:47 
0.2 


16:68 
9.4 


23:17 
0.3 




s 


18 


6:66 

8.7 


12:10 
0.6 


18:28 
9.8 




P 


W 


18 


1:42 
-0.1 


7:50 
8.7 


14:00 20:17 
0.8 10.0 


F 19 


5:20 
8.9 


11:40 
0.3 


17:66 
9.6 






M 


19 


0:56 
—0.1 


6:69 
8.7 


13:12 
0.6 


19:30 
10.1 




Th 


19 


2:42 
—0.4 


8:52 
9.1 


16:02 21:17 
-0.1 10.4 


s 


20 


0:17 
0.1 


6:20 
8.9 


12:86 
0.3 


18:53 
9.9 


s 


Tu 


20 


1:58 
—0.3 


8:08 
8.8 


14:13 
0.2 


20:32 
10.4 




F 


20 


3:39 
-0.7 


9:49 
9.6 


15:58 22:13 
-0. 6 10. 7 


s 


21 


1:17 
—0.2 


7:21 
9.0 


13:83 
0.2 


19:52 
10.3 


p 


W 


21 


2:68 
-0.7 


9:06 
9.1 


15:14 
-0.2 


21:30 
10.8 


C 


S 


21 


4:82 
— LO 


10:42 
10.1 


16:52 23:05 
—1.0 10.8 


M 


22 


2:17 
-0.6 


8:22 
9.1 


14:82 
0.0 


20:49 
10.8 




Th 


22 


3:66 
-LO 


10:08 
9.6 


16:11 
—0.6 


22:27 
ILl 


E 


s 


22 


6:20 
-L2 


11:29 
10.4 


17:42 23:58 
-1.2 10.7 


s Tu 


23 


3:16 
-1.0 


9:21 
9.4 


15:28 
-0.8 


21:47 
11.1 


O 


F 


23 


4:50 
-1.4 


10:63 
10.0 


17.06 
—0.9 


23:19 
1L3 




M 


23 


6:06 
-L2 


12:16 
10.6 


18:30 . . . 
-L2 . . . 


P Wl24 

■ i 


4:12 
-1.4 


10:18 
9.6 


16:24 
-0.6 


22.42 
11.4 




S 


24 


6:40 
-1.6 


11:48 
10.8 


17:57 
-L2 






Tu 


24 


0:40 
10.5 


6:60 
-LO 


13:02 19:17 
10.5 -LO 


Th 


25 


6:06 
-L7 


11:13 
9.9 


17:18 
-0.9 


23:34 
11.5 




S^ 


25 


0:10 

n.3 


6:28 
— L6 


12:37 
10.6 


18:48 
—1.2 




W 


25 


1:25 
10.1 


7:36 
-0.6 


13:46 20.03 
10.3 -0.7 


F 


26 


5:58 
-1.8 


12:04 
10.1 


18:18 
—1.0 




K 


M 


26 


IKK) 

n.o 


7:17 
-L4 


13:26 
10.4 


19:38 
-LO 




Th 


26 


2:11 
9.6 


8:20 
—0.1 


14:32 20:52 
9.9 -0.2 


Is 


27 


0:27 
1U5 


6:48 
-1.8 


12:58 
10.2 


19:07 
-0.9 




Tu 


27 


1:48 
10.6 


8:03 
-LO 


14:14 
10.3 


20:29 
-0.7 




F 


27 


2:58 
9.0 


9:08 
0.6 


16:18 21:42 
9.6 0.2 


S,28 


1:18 
11.2 


7:39 
-1.6 


13:49 
10.2 


19:59 
-0.8 




W 


28 


2:38 
10.0 


8:52 
-0.5 


16:03 
10.0 


21:22 
-0.8 




S 


28 


3:47 
8.4 


9:56 
LO 


16:08 22:32 
9.0 0.6 


E M 


29 


2:11 
10.8 


8:29 
-1.2 


14:42 
10.0 


20:63 
-0.5 




Th 


29 


3:29 
9.3 


9:40 
0.0 


16:55 
9.6 


22:15 
0.2 


§ 


s 


29 


4:38 
8.0 


10:48 
L4 


17:00 23:25 
8.7 0.9 


Tii30 


3:04 
10.2 


9:22 
-0.8 


15:34 
9.8 


21:50 
—0.2 


<L 


F 


30 


4:22 

8.7 


10:32 
0.6 


16:48 
9.3 


28:10 
0.6 


A 


M 


30 


6:32 
7.7 


11:42 
L7 


17:63 . . . 
8.6 .. . 


C!W 31 


3:58 
9.6 


10:14 
-0.3 


16:30 
9.6 


22:48 
—0.2 




S 


31 


6:16 
8.2 


11.-27 
LO 


17:42 
9.0 
















The tld 
acompari» 
from Mean 
4.8 feet bel 
minus (— ) 

The til 
(a.m.), all 

I #. new 
1 equator; A 


68 are placed In the order of occurrence, wl 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whet 

Low Water, which is the datum of soundi] 
DW mean sea level. To find the depth of w 
sign is before the height, in which case sub 
ne used is Eastern Standard, 75th meridian 
greater are in the afternoon ( p. m. ) and whe 

moon; ^, 1st quar.; O. full moon; (^, 3d < 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


th their times on the first line and heights o 
her it is high or low water. The heights, in 
ags on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Chart 
ater, add the tabular height to the soundins 
tract it. 

W.; Oh is midnight, 12»' is noon; all hours Ic 
n diminished by 12 give the times after noon 
luar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


n the second line of each day; 
feet and tenths, are reckoned 
a for this rerion, and which is 
'9 given on the chart, unless a 

jss than 12 are in the forenoon 
; for instance, 15:47 183:47 p. m. 
farthest north or south of the ' 

1 



72 



BOSTON (Navy- Yard), MASSACHUSETTS, 1907. 










OCTOBER. 








"" 


NOVEMBER, 






S 




DECEMBER. 






1 


Day of— 


I 
Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


s 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of Hisrh and 
Low Water. 


w.'mo. 


W. 


Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 




Tu[ 1 


0:20 
1.0 


6:36 
7.6 


12:44 
1.6 


18:64 
8.5 




F 


1 


1:28 
0.7 


7:36 

8.4 


18:47 
LO 

14%8 
0.6 


19:54 
8.8 




S 


1 


1:31 
0.4 


7:43 
9.2 


14KO 
0.S 


1 
9.0 




W 2 


1:17 
1.4 


7:30 

7.8 


13:36 
1.4 


19:46 
8.7 




S 


2 


2:12 
0.4 


8:23 
8.9 


20:43 
9.2 




M 


2 


2:20 
0.1 


8:33 
9.8 


14:62 
-0.3 


20:.V> 
9.4 




Th 3 


2:08 
0.7 


8:19 
8.1 


14:26 
1.1 


20:as 
9.0 


E 


s 


3 


3K)0 
0.0 


9:09 
9.5 


15:25 
-0.2 


21:82 
9.6 




Tu 


3 


3:10 
—0.2 


922 
10.4 


16:43 
—0.9 


21:*? 
9.7 






2:53 
0.3 


9:07 
8.6 


15:12 
0.6 


21:22 
9.4 




M 


4 


8:45 
-0.3 


9:56 
10.1 


16:10 
-0.7 


22:17 
9.9 




W 


4 


8:68 
-0.4 


10:11 
10,9 


--L4 


22:39 
10.0 




S 


5 


3:88 
0.0 


9:47 
9.1 


15:57 
0.1 


22:06 
9.7 


• 


Tu 


5 


4:27 
—0.6 


1039 
10.6 


16:65 
— L2 


23:03 
10. 1 


• 


Th 


5 


4:47 
-0.6 


10:59 
1L8 


17:22 

— L8 


23i2S 
10.1 




s 


6 


4:18 
—0.3 


10:28 
9.6 


16:40 
-0.3 


22:48 
10.0 




W 


6 


5:13 
—0.7 


11:23 
10.9 


17:42 
— L6 


23:49 
10.2 


P 


F 


6 


5:85 

—0.7 


11:48 
1L6 


18:12 
—2.0 


' • - 


E 

• 


M 


7 


5:00 
-0.5 


11:10 
10.0 


17:22 
—0.8 


28:32 
10.2 




Th 


7 


5:68 
-0.7 


12:09 
11.1 


18:80 
-L7 




S 


S 


7 


0:18 
10.2 


6:24 
-0.7 


12:38 
1L4 


19:03 
— L* 




Tu 


8 


5:42 
—0.7 


11:50 
10.4 


18:06 
-1.0 


• • • 




F 


8 


0:87 
10,2 


6:43 
-0.5 


12:66 
11.0 


19:19 
,— L6 




s 


8 


1:08 

lao 


7:15 
-0.6 


13:28 
11.2 


19:.V^ 
— LT 




w' 9 


0:13 
10.2 


6:23 
-0.6 


12:33 
10.5 


18:51 
—1.1 


P 

S 


S 


9 


lr26 
10.0 


7:33 
-0.8 


13:45 
10.8 


'20:12 
—1.3 




m! 9 

1 


2:01 
9.9 


8:10 
-0.3 


14.-28 
10.8 


20:4* 

— L3 




ThjlO 


0:58 
10.2 


7:07 
—0.5 


13:18 
10.5 


19:38 
—1.1 




s 


10 


2:12 
9.6 


8:25 
0.0 


14:38 
10.6 


21:06 
— LO 


Tu'lO 

1 


2:57 
9.6 


9Kr7 
-0.1 


15:19 
10.4 


21:44 
—0.9 




F 


11 


1:43 
9.8 


7:54 
—0.2 


14:05 
10.8 


20:28 
-0.9 




M 11 


3:13 
9.3 


9:22 
0.8 


16:37 
10.1 


22:03 
-0.6 


D\W 11 


8:56 
9.4 


10:07 
0.2 


16:19 
9.9 


22:42 

—4).. 5 




s 


12 


2:33 
9.6 


8:43 
0.2 


14:57 
10.1 


21:22 
-0.6 


3) 


Tu 12 


4:18 
9.0 


10:23 
0.6 


16:38 
9.7 


28:08 
—0.7 




Thll2 


4:56 
9.3 


11:10 
0.8 


17:22 
9.5 


•3:42 
—0.2 


S 


s 


13 


8:28 
9.1 


9:38 
0.6 


16:53 
9.8 


22:20 
—0.3 




W|13 


6:16 
8.9 


11:28 
0.6 


17:42 
9.5 


• •. • 


£ 


F 


13 


6:58 
9.8 


12:14 
0.3 


18:26 
9.2 


- • • 


1 


M'l4 


4:27 

8.7 


10:39 
0.8 


16:58 
9.6 


23:22 
0.0 




Th'l4 

1 


0:06 
-0.1 


6:21 
9.0 


12:38 
0.5 


18:47 
9.4 




S 14 


0:42 
0.0 


7:00 
9.4 


13:19 
0.8 


19:» 

9.0 




Ta|16 


6:32 
8.6 


11:43 
0.8 


17:58 
9.6 


. . . 




F 15 


1:07 
-0.1 


7:23 
9.2 


13:38 
0.2 


19:52 
9.4 




Si 15 


1:41 
0.1 


7:58 
9.6 


14:19 
0.1 


2032 
8.9 




Wjie 


0:2(5 
0.0 


6:37 
8.6 


12:60 
0.6 


19:08 
9.5 


E 


S ,16 


2:06 
—0.1 


8:23 
9.6 


14:38 
—0.1 


20:52 
9.4 




M 16 


2:37 
0.1 


8:53 
9.9 


16:15 
—0.1 


21:27 

K9 




Thll7 


1:28 
—0.1 


7:42 
8.9 


13:53 
0.3 


20:08 
9.7 




SI 17 


8:02 
—0.2 


9:17 
10.0 


16:83 
-0.4 


21:46 
9.5 




Tu 17 


8:28 
0.1 


9:42 
10.1 


16:06 
-0.2 


22:1S 

8,ii 




F|18 


2:28 
—0.3 


8:42 
9.4 


14:53 
—0.2 


21:08 
10.0 




m!i8 

1 


8:52 
—0.3 


10:05 
10.3 


16:28 
-0.6 


22:36 
9.6 




W 18 


4:17 
0.1 


10:28 
10.2 


16:52 
-0.8 


23.-01 




S|l9 


8:23 
-0.6 


9:36 
9.9 


15:49 
—0.7 


22.-02 
10.2 


O Tu' 19 


4:39 
-0.8 


10:62 
10.4 


17:10 
-0.8 


23:22 
9.4 


o 


Th 19 


6:02 
0.2 


11:12 
10.2 


17:33 
—0.4 


23:4.S 

8.7 


E 


S 20 


4:14 
-0.8 


10:22 
10.3 


16:40 
— LO 


22:52 
10.2 


!W'20 

1 i 


6:24 
-0.2 


11:34 
10.6 


17:53 
-0.8 


. . .• 


N 


F 20 

1 


5:48 
0.4 


11:52 
10.1 


18:18 
—0.4 


. . . 


o 


MI2I 

1 


5:02 
-0.8 


11:12 
10.6 


17:28 
-1.2 


23:39 
10.1 




Th21 

1 


0K)4 
9.2 


6:05 
0.0 


12:16 
10.3 


18:36 
-0.7 




S 


21 


0:23 
8.6 


6:23 
0.6 


12:32 
9.9 


18:52 

— a3 




Tul22 

1 


5:46 
-0.7 


11:57 
10.6 


18:13 
—1.1 






F 22 


0:44 
9.0 


6:47 
0.3 


12:57 
10.0 


19:17 
-0.5 


A 


s 


22 


IKW 
8.5 


7K)1 
0.9 


13:10 
9.7 


19:30 
—0.2 




W 23 


023 
9.9 


6:28 
—0.5 


12:40 
10.5 


18:58 
—1.0 


N S |23 


1:25 

8.7 


7:28 
0.7 


13:87 
9.7 


19:58 
-0.2 


1 M ' 23 

1 1 


1-.37 

8.4 


7:42 
LI 


13:47 
9.4 


20:09 

0.0 




Th'24 

1 


1:07 
9.6 


7:12 
-0.1 


13:23 
10.2 


19:42 
-0.6 


{ Si24 


2:06 

8.5 


8:09 
L2 


14:18 
9.3 


20:41 
0.1 


|Tu24 


2:15 

8.4 


8:20 
L3 


M.-28 
9.2 


20:50 
0.2 




F'25 


1:50 
9.1 


7:56 
0.4 


14:06 
9.8 


20:27 
-0.2 


A M 1 25 


2:47 

8.2 


8:53 
1.4 


15.-00 

8.9 


21:25 
0.4 


lWl25 

1 


2:57 
8.4 


9:02 
L4 


15:09 
8.8 


21:» 
0.4 


si 26 


2:33 

8.7 


8:42 
0.8 


14:51 
9.4 


21:12 
0.2 


Itu'26 

1 1 


8:82 
8.1 


9:39 
1.6 


15:46 
8.6 


22:10 
0.6 


'Th 26 

1 1 


3:40 
8.4 


9:49 

L4 


15:55 

8.6 


22:19 
a 5 


N 1 S 1 27 


3:19 

8.3 


9:28 
1.3 


15:87 
8.9 


22:00 
0.5 


C W27 


4:17 
8.0 


10:27 
1.7 


16:33 

8.5 


22:68 
0.7 


C , F 27 


437 
8.5 


10:40 
L3 


16:48 
8.5 


23:07 
0.6 


A 1 M 28 


4:08 
8.0 


10:17 
1.6 


16:26 
8.6 


22:50 
0.8 


'Th'28 


5.-08 
8.1 


11:19 
1.6 


17:25 

8.4 


23:49 
0.6 


E ; S 1 28 


5:18 
8.7 


11:33 
LO 


17:37 
8.5 


0.6 


C!Tu 29 

, 1 


4:58 
7.8 


11:09 
L8 


17:17 
8.4 


.23:42 
0.9 


F 29 

i 1 


6:00 
8.3 


12:12 
1.8 


18:18 
8.5 


. . . 


, S 29 


6:11 
9.0 


12:30 
0.7 


1833 
8.6 




1 W , 30 


5:52 

7.8 


12:03 
1.7 


18:10 
8.4 




E| S 30 


0:39 
0.6 


6:50 
8.7 


13:05 
0.9 


19:13 
8.7 


M 30 


0:50 
0.5 


7:06 
9.4 


13:25 
0.2 


19r29 

8.h 


|Th,31 


0:32 
0.9 


6:15 
8.0 


12:55 
1.5 


19:02 
8.5 


1 










Tu31 


1:44 
0.3 


7:69 
9.9 


14:22 
-0.3 


20:27 
.0 


The tld 
a comparis 
from Mear 
4.8 feet bel 
minus (— ) 


es are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whe 
I Low Water, which is the datum of soundi 
ow mean sea level. To find the depth of w 
sign is before the height, in which ca.HC sul 


th their times on the first line and heights o 
ther it is high or low water. The heiglitH, ii 
ngs on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Char 
ater, add the tabular height to the sounding 
>tract it. 


n the second line of each day: 
1 feet and tenths, are re<*koned 
ts for this region and which i?* 
[S given on the chart, unless a 


The tin 
(a. m.),all 


ne used is Eastern Standard, 75th Meridian 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and whe 


W.: Of is midnight, 12i« is noon; all hours le 
n diminished by 12 give the times after noon 


ss than 12 are in the forenoon 
; for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 


9, new 
equator; \ 

1 


moon; J), 1st quar.; Q, full moon; C. 3d 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


quar.; E, 


moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


farthest north or south of the 



NEWPORT (Fort Adams), RHODE ISLAND, 1907. 



73 





JANUARY. 


'hand 


i 




FEBRUARY. 






MARCH. 


c Day of— 


Time and Height of Hifl 
LowWater. 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
LowWater. 


c 

8 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
LowWater. 


a w. 


Mo. 


W. Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 


^Tu 


1 


1:30 
0.8 


8:25 14:10 
3.6 0.0 


20:55 
3.0 




F 


1 


2:88 
-0.1 


9:28 
3.6 


15:12 
—0.2 


21:55 
3.3 


F 


1 


1:88 8:26 
—0.3 8.8 


14:06 
-0.4 


20:45 
8.7 


W 

1 


2 


2:08 
0.2 


9:05 14:60 
3.5 -0.1 


21:40 
3.0 


S ' 2 


8.'23 
-0.1 


10:10 
8.4 


15:54 
—0.2 


22:38 
3.3 


E 


S 


2 


2:22 9:07 
-0.4 3.7 


14:46 
—0.4 


21:27 
3.7 




Th 


' 


2:52 
0.2 


9:48 15:87 
8.4 0.0 


22:23 
3.0 


E S' 3 


4:10 
-0.1 


10:56 
8.8 


16:88 
—0.1 


23:27 
8.3 




s 


'3 


8:07 9:50 
—0.4 3.5 


15:27 
—0.8 


22:12 
3.7 




F 4 


8:88 
0.2 


10:82 16:20 
3.3 0.0 


23:10 
8.0 




M 


4 


5:02 
0.0 


11:47 
3.1 


17:24 
0.0 






M 


4 


3:54 10:87 
-0.8 3.3 


16:11 
—0.2 


28:00 
8.6 




S 5 


4:27 
0.2 


11:20 17:07 
3.2 0.0 


23:59 
8.0 


C 


Tu 


5 


0:23 
3.8 


5:58 
0.1 


12:46 
2.9 


18:15 
0.2 


iTu 


5 


4:44 11:28 
-0. 1 3. 1 


16:57 
0.0 


23:56 
8.5 




S^ 6 


5:22 
0.2 


12:18 17:55 
8.0 0.1 






W 


6 


1:22 
3.3 


7:02 
0.3 


13:54 
2.9 


19:12 
0.3 




W 


6 


6:40 12:28 
0. 1 2. 9 


17:48 
0.2 


. . . 


K 


M 


7 


0:53 
3.1 


6:22 18:12 
0.9 2.9 


18:48 
0.2 




Th 


7 


2:27 
3.4 


8:10 
0.8 


15:03 
2.9 


20:17 
0.3 


(C 


Th 


7 


0:58 6:42 
3.4 0.2 


13:37 

2.8 


18:50 
0.8 


i Tu 


8 


1:53 
8.3 


7:27 14:19 
0.8 2.9 


19:44 
0.2 




F 


8 


«:30 
3.6 


9:19 
0.3 


16:05 
3.1 


21:25 
0.2 


s 


F 


8 


2:05 7:51 
• 3.4 0.4 


14:47 
2.9 


19:59 
0.4 


|W| 9 


2:52 
3.5 


8:34 15:25 
0.2 3.0 


20:48 
0.2 


s 


S 


9 


4:81 
. 8.8 


10:24 
0.1 


17:04 
3.8 


22:28 
0.0 


p 


S 


9 


3:13 9:01 
3.5 0.4 


15:61 
3.1 


21:12 
0.3 


|Th 10 


3:61 
3.7 


9:41 16:28 
0. 1 8. 2 


21:44 
0.0 


p 


s 


10 


6:27 
4.0 


11:23 
0.0 


17:67 
8.5 


23:28 
-0.2 




s 


10 


4:17 10.-08 
3.6 0.8 


16:48 
3.S 


22:19 
0.2 


i 1 F 11 


4:47 
4.0 


10:42 17:19 
0.0 3.3 


22:43 
-0.1 




M 


11 


6:19 
4.2 


12:15 
-0.2 


18:47 
8.7 


. . . 




M 


11 


5:14 11.-05 
8.8 0.1 


17:40 
3.6 


23:19 
-0.1 


p; s 12 

1 


5:41 
4.2 


11:38 18:13 
—0.2 8.5 


23:40 
—0.3 


• Tu'l2 


0:28 
-0.3 


7:10 
4.8 


13:02 
—0.4 


19Jt5 
3.9 




Tu 


12 


6:07 11:64 
4.0 —0.1 


18:80 
3.8 




s 


S 13 

1 


6:38 
4.4 


12:32 19:03 
—0.4 8.7 






W 13 


1:15 
—0.4 


7:58 
4.3 


13:47 
—0.4 


20:23 
4.0 




W 


13 


0:12 6:65 
-0.3 4.1 


12:39 
—0.3 


19:16 
4.0 


• 


m'u 


0:83 
-0.4 


7:24 13:22 
4.4 -0.5 


19:52 
3.8 




ThU 


2K)4 
—0.4 


8:47 
4.1 


14:80 
-0.4 


21:09 
4.0 


• 


Th 


14 


1:01 7:40 
—0.3 4.0 


13:21 
-0.4 


20.-00 
4.1 


j Til 15 


lr26 
-0.5 


8:14 14:09 
4.4 —0.5 


20:43 
3.8 




F 15 


2:60 
-0.3 


•9:33 
8.9 


15:12 
-0.4 


21:57 

8.8 


£ 


F 


15 


1:46 8.-23 
—0.3 3.9 


14K)0 
-0.4 


20:43 
4.0 




w 


16 


2:17 
-0.4 


9:04 14:55 
4.3 —0.4 


21:34 
3.8 


E 1 S 16 


3:35 
-0.1 


10:18 
3.6 


16:68 
—0.1 


22:45 
3.6 




8 


16 


2:28 9:07 
—0.2 8.7 


14:89 
-0.3 


21:27 
8.8 


\ 


Th 


17 


8:09 
—0.3 


9:55 15:42 
4.0 —0.3 


22:26 
3.7 




S 17 


4:19 
0.2 


11:07 
3.3 


16:30 
0.1 


28:86 
3.4 




S 


17 


3:08 9:49 
-0.1 3.8 


16:17 
-0.1 


22:11 
8.6 




F 


18 


3:59 
-0.1 


10:47 16:27 
3.7 -0.1 


28:18 
3.5 




M 18 

1 


5:04 
0.4 


11:58 
3.0 


17:16 
0.3 






M 


18 


3:58 10:35 
0.1 3.1 


15:55 
0.1 


22:62 
8.4 


E 


S 


Id 


4:50 
0.2 


11:40 17:12 
8.4 0.1 




}) 


Tu 


19 


0:29 
3.2 


5:60 
0.7 


12:52 
2.7 


17:59 
0.6 




Tu 


19 


4:22 11:21 
0.4 2.8 


16:35 
0.4 


23:46 
3.1 


" 


s 


20 


0:13 
8.4 


5:43 12:33 
0.5 8.1 


17:58 
0.3 




W 


20 


1:27 
8.0 


6:42 
0.9 


13:53 
2.5 


18:49 
0.8 


|W 


20 


5:08 12:13 
0.6 2.6 


17:14 
0.6 




"D 


M 21 


1:10 
8.2 


6:88 13:30 
0.7 2.9 


18:48 
0.5 


A 


Th21 


2:26 
2.9 


7:41 
1.0 


14:56 
2.5 


19:46 
0.9 


A 


Th 


21 


0:38 5:55 
2.9 0.7 


13:15 
2.6 


18:02 
0.8 




Tu 22 


2:09 
8.1 


7:89 14:80 
0. 9 2. 7 


19:39 
0.7 


Fi22 


3:23 
2.9 


8:44 
1.0 


15:56 
2.6 


20:49 
0.9 


N 


F 


22 


1:87 6:60 
2.8 0.8 


14:20 
2.4 


18:59 
0.9 




W 23 


3:07 
3.1 


8:42 15:30 
1.0 2.6 


20:aT 
0.8 


N S '23 


4:15 
3.0 


9:44 
0.9 


16:48 
2.8 


21:50 
0.8 




S 


23 


2:38 7:53 
2.8 0.9 


15:23 
2.5 


20:09 
0.9 




Th 24 

1 


8:59 
3.1 


9:41 16:25 
1.0 2. 7 


21:29 
0.8 


, S 24 


5:02 
3.2 


10:36 
0.7 


17:82 
2.9 


22:43 
0.6 




s 


24 


3:a5 . 8:58 
2.9 0.8 


16:15 

2.7 


21:18 
0.8 


A 


F 25 


.4:48 
3.2 


10:31 17:15 
0.9 2.8 


22:20 
0.7 


M 25 


5:43 
3.4 


11:22 
0.4 


18:13 
3.1 


23:30 
0.4 




M 


25 


4:21 9:57 
3.1 0.6 


17:00 
2.9 


22:14 
0.6 


! S 26 

1. ' 


5:31 
8.3 


11:13 17:59 
0.7 2.9 


23:08 
0.6 


Tu 26 


6:25 
3.5 


12:06 
0.1 


18:52 
3.3 






Tu 


26 


5:12 10:48 
8.8 0.3 


17:41 
8.2 


23:06 
0.3 


' N j S 27 


6:12 
3.5 


11:53 18:40 
0.5 3.0 


23:51 
0.5 


W 27 


0:14 
0.1 


7:04 
3.7 


12:47 
—0.1 


19:30 
3.5 




W 07' 6:56 11:33 
1 : 3.6 0.0 


18:21 
3.5 


23:62 
0.0 


M 28 


6:50 
3.6 


12:34 19:19 
0.2 3.1 




O Th 28 

1 1 


0:57 
—0.1 


7:43 
3.8 


18:26 
—0.3 


20.-07 
3.6 




Th 28 1 6:38 12:16 
j 3. 7 —0. 2 


18:58 
3.8 


. . . 


O Tu 29 


0:33 
0.3 


7:28 13:13 
3.7 0.0 


19:58 
3.2 


1 ' 
1 










2 


F 


29 0:36 7:19 
-0.3 3.8 


12:57 
-0.4 


19-.37 
3.9 


W 30 


1:14 
0.1 


8:07 13:52 
8. 7 -0. 1 


20:42 
3.3 


















s 


30 ■ 1:20 8:01 
^1 -0.5 3.8 


13:38 
-0.6 


20:18 
4.0 


Th 31 


1:56 
0.0 


8:47 14:32 
3.7 -0.2 

ced in the ordt 
*ecutlve height 
ter, which is t 
n sea level. T 
before the heig 


21:15 
3.3 


















s 


31 ' 2:04 8:45 
, -0.6 3.7 


14:18 
-0.5 


21:01 
4.0 


The m 
a comparis 
from Mear 
is 1.7 feet t 
a minus ( - 


es are pla 
on of con 
I Low \Va 
►elow mea 
-) sign is 


T of oc 
« will i 
he datu 
ofind t 
ht. in V 


L'urrcnce, wi 
ndieate whe 
m of sound 
he depth of 
•hich case si 


th their times on the first line and heights on the second line of each day; 
ther It is high or low water. The heights, in feet and tenths, are reckoned 
ngs on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Charts for this region, and which 
water, add the tabular height to the soundings given on the chart, unless 
jbtract It. 


The tir 
(a.m.),all 


ae used is Easteni Standard, 75th meridian 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and win 


W.: 0»« is midnight, 12»» Is noon; all hpurs less than 12 are in the forenoon 
in diminished by 12 give the times after noon; for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p.m. 


#, neiK 
equator; A 


rmoon; J 
, P, moon 


, 1st quar.; O. f"^ moon; C, 3d c 
in apogee or perigee. 


luar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon farthest north oi 


south of the 



74 



NEWPORT (Fort Adams), RHODE ISLAND, 1907. 



APRIL. 


^ 




MAY. 










JUNE. 






S 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


S 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
LowWater. 


W. 


Mo. 


w.|mo. 


W. Mo. 




M 


1 


2:50 
-0.6 


9:30 
3.6 


15:02 
—0.4 


21:48 
4.0 


1 

W' 1 


8:23 
—0.5 


10K)4 
8.5 


15:25 
-0.2 


22:22 
4.0 


s 


1 


4:52 
-0.1 


11:43 
8.3 


17:05 
0.1 


. . . 


P 


Tu 


2 


8:88 
—0.4 


10:19 
3.4 


15:46 
-0.8 


22:88 
8.8 


8 Th 2 


4:15 
-0.3 


11:00 
3.3 


16:18 
0.0 


28:20 
8.7 




» 


2 


0:08 
3.6 


5:48 
0.1 


12:45 
8.8 


18:09 
0.4 




W 


3 


4:29 
—0.8 


11:13 
3.2 


16:33 
0.0 


23:35 
8.6 




F 3 


5K)9 
0.0 


12:02 
3.1 


17:17 
0.2 


: : : 


c 


M 3 


1K)8 
3.4 


6:45 
0.2 


13:48 
3.8 


19:19 
0.5 




Th 


4 


5:24 
0.0 


12:16 
8.0 


17:29 
0.2 




a 


S j 4 


0:21 
3.5 


6:08 
0.2 


13:07 
3.1 


18:24 
0.4 




Tu 4 


2:12 
3.2 


7:44 
0.3 


14:49 
3.3 


20'.32 
0.6 


S 


F 


5 


0:88 
8.5 


6:25 
0.2 


18:24 
2.9 


18:34 
0.4 




S 5 


1:29 
3.4 


7:12 
0.3 


14:13 
3.1 


19:88 
0.5 


E 


W 5 


8:12 
3.2 


8:41 
0.4 


15:47 
3.4 


21:40 
0.6 




S 


6 


1:48 
8.4 


7:82 
0.4 


14:81 
8.0 


19:48 
0.5 


■ 


M 6 


2:38 
3.3 


8:16 
0.4 


15:15 
3.3 


20:52 
0.5 




Th' 6 


4:08 
3.2 


9:84 
0.4 


16:89 
3.6 


22:89 
0.6 




s 


7 


2:57 
8.4 


8:41 
0.4 


15:86 
3.2 


21:08 
0.4 


^i' 


8:41 
3.3 


9:17 
0.3 


16:12 
3.5 


22:01 
0.4 




F 


7 


5K)0 
3.2 


10:28 
0.4 


1756 
3.7 


23:25 
0.5 




M 


8 


4:02 
3.5 


9:45 
0.3 


16:32 
3.4 


22:12 
0.2 


|W 8 


4:87 
8.4 


10:11 
0.2 


17K)3 
8.7 


22:5a 
0.3 




S 


8 


6:47 
3.2 


11.-09 
0.3 


18:10 
3.7 


: : :' 




Tu 


9 


4:58 
3.6 


10:40 
0.2 


17:23 
8.7 


28:10 
0.1 


E 


ThI 9 


5:26 
■ 3.4 


10:57 
0.1 


17:49 
8.8 


23:46 
0.2 




s 


9 


0:05 
0.4 


6:81 
8.2 


11:61 
0.3 


18:49 ' 
3.7 




W 


10 


5:48 
8.7 


11:28 
0.0 


18:11 
3.9 






F 10 


6:11 
3.5 


11:40 
0.1 


18:32 
8.9 


. . . 


• 


M 


10 


0:40 
0.8 


7:13 
8.2 


1239 
0.3 


19:28 
3.7 


£ 


Th 11 


0:00 
0.0 


6:35 
8.8 


12:11 
-0.2 


18:54 
4.0 






0:27 
0.2 


6:54 
8.4 


12.21 
0.1 


19:12 
3.9 




Tu'll 

1 


1:14 
0.2 


7:68 
8.1 


13:06 
0.8 


20:06 
3.6 


• 


F 12 


0:45 
-0.1 


7:17 
3.7 


12:51 
-0.2 


19:35 
4.0 


• 


S 12 


1:08 
0.1 


7:86 
8.4 


12:53 
0.1 


19:51 
3.8 


A 
N 


W 12 

1 


1:49 
0.2 


8:84 
8.0 


13:40 
0.3 


20:43 
3.5 1 




S 


13 


1.-25 


7:58 
•3.6 


13:28 
-0.2 


20:17 
4.0 




M 13 


1:89 
0.1 


8:16 
3.3 


13:38 

0.1 


20:30 
3.7 




Th 13 


2:24 
0.1 


9:15 
3.0 


14:18 
0.3 


21:20 
8.4 




s 


14 


2:03 
—0.1 


8:40 
3.5 


14:05 
-0.1 


20:58 
3.8 




Tu 14 


2:18 
0.1 


8:56 
3.1 


14:18 
0.2 


21:09 
3.5 




fIi4 


3:02 
0.1 


9:57 
2.9 


14:56 
0.3 


21:68 ^ 
S.2. 




M 


15 


2:40 
0.0 


9:22 
3.2 


14:41 
0.1 


21:38 
3.6 




W 15 

1 


2:48 
0.2 


9:38 
2.9 


14:48 
0.3 


21:47 
3.8 




S 15 


8:42 
0.1 


10:41 
2.8 


15:38 
0.4 


22:40 ! 
3.1 




Tu 


16 


8:12 
0.2 


10:04 
3.0 


15:18 
0.2 


22:20 
3.3 


A 
N 


Th 16 


3:26 
0.2 


10:28 

2.8 


15:22 
0.4 


22:27 
8.1 




S |16 


4:26 
0.2 


11:22 

2.8 


16:28 
0.5 


2327 
3.0 




W 


17 


8:54 
0.3 


10:49 
2.8 


15:55 
0.4 


23:02 
3.1 




F 


17 


4:07 
0.8 


11:10 
2.7 


16:02 
0.6 


28:12 
2.9 




M 17 


6:12 
0.2 


12:17 
2.8 


17:16 
0.5 


. . . 


A 


Th 


18 


4:34 
0.4 


11:89 
2.6 


16:35 
0.6 


23:52 
2.9 




S 


18 


4:51 
0.4 


12:02 
2.6 


16:48 
0.7 


. . . 


3) 


Tu 18 


0:18 
2.9 


6KX2 
0.2 


13:06 
2.8 


18:16 
0.6 


N 


F 


19 


5:18 
0.6 


12:38 
2.4 


17:20 
0.8 


. . . 


'S ;19 


0:00 

2.8 


5:41 
0.4 


13:00 
2.6 


17:48 
0.7 




W 19 


1:18 
2.8 


6:54 
0.8 


14:04 
3.0 


19:21 
0.5 


D 


S 


20 


0:41 
2.7 


6:12 
0.7 


18:42 
2.4 


18:18 
0.9 


D 1 M ! 20 


0:58 
2.7 


6:36 
0.5 


13:67 
2.7 


18:48 
0.7 


£ 


Thi20 


2-.28 
2.9 


7:49 
0.2 


14:59 
3.2 


20:28 
0.4 




s 


21 


1:47 
2.7 


7:31 
0.7 


14:42 
2.5 


19:26 
0.9 




Tu 21 


2:02 

2.8 


7:38 
0.4 


14:52 

2.8 


19:57 
0.6 




F 21 


8.-28 
8.0 


8:46 
0.2 


15:52 
3.6 


21:33 
0.2 




M 


22 


2:49 
2.8 


8:14 
0.6 


15:87 
2.7 


20:37 
0.8 




W 22 

! 


3:08 
2.9 


8:31 
0.3 


15:42 
3.1 


21:04 
0.4 




8 22 


4:22 
3.2 


9:42 
0.0 


16:40 
3.8 


22:33 
—0.1 




Tu 


23 


3:47 
3.0 


9:14 
0.5 


16:23 
3.0 


21:40 
0.5 


E 


Th.23 


4:00 
3.1 


9:26 
0.2 


16:28 
3.4 


22:08 
0.2 




S 23 


6:16 
8.8 


10:37 
-0.2 


1756 
4.1 


23:29 
—0.3 




W 


24 


4:88 
8.2 


10:08 
0.2 


17:06 
3.4 


22:35 
0.2 




F 


24 


4:52 
3.8 


10:18 
0.0 


17:13 
3.8 


22:59 
—0.1 




Ml 24 


6:07 
3.5 


11:81 
-0.3 


18:26 
4.3 


• • - ' 




Th 


25 


5:25 
3.4 


10:57 
-0.1 


17:47 
3.7 


23:26 
-0.1 




S 


25 


5:42 
3.5 


11:08 
—0.2 


17:59 
4.1 


23:51 
—0.4 


9 


Tu25 


0:22 
-0.5 


6:67 
8.6 


12:28 
-0.4 


19:16 
4.4 


£ 


F 


26 


6:11 
3.6 


11:42 
-0.8 


18:28 
3.9 






s 


26 


6:29 
3.6 


11:56 
—0.4 


18:46 
4.3 


. . . 


8 


W 26 


1:18 
—0.6 


7:47 
8.7 


18:14 
-0.5 


20:07 
4.4 




S 


27 


0:13 
—0.4 


6:55 
3.7 


12:26 
—0.4 


19:09 
4.2 


O 


M 


27 


0:41 
-0.6 


7:17 
3.7 


12:43 
-0.6 


19:38 
4.4 




Th 27 


2:08 
—0.6 


8:88 
3.7 


14KJ6 
-0.4 


20'Jdii i 
4.3 ' 


o 


s 


28 


1:00 
-0.6 


7:40 
8.8 


13:09 
—0.5 


19:53 
4.3 


P 


Tu 


28 


1:30 
-0.7 


8:05 
3.7 


13:80 
-0.6 


20:22 
4.4 




F 


28 


2:62 
-0.5 


9.29 
3.7 


14Ui8 
-0.4 


21:50; 

4.1 




M 


29 


1:47 
-0.7 


8:25 
3.7 


13:52 
—0.5 


20:89 
4.3 


S 


W 


29 


2:19 
-0.6 


8:56 
3.7 


14:19 
—0.4 


21:13 
4.3 




S 


29 


8:41 
-0.4 


10:23 
8.6 


16:52 
-0.2 


22:44 
3.9 


p 


Tu 


30 


2:34 
-0.6 


9:18 
8.6 


14:37 
—0.4 


21:28 
4.1 




Th 


30 


8:08 
-0.6 


9:48 
3.6 


15:11 
-0.8 


22K)6 
4.1 




s 


30 


4-.81 
—0.2 


U:19 
8.6 


16:48 
0.1 


23:41 
^8.6 


















F 


31 


4:00 
-0.8 


10:48 
3.4 


16:06 
-0.1. 


23:03 
3.8 
















a 
fn 
is 
a 

(a 

eq 


The tid 
comparis 
)m MeaD 
1.7 feet t 
minus (- 

The til 
.m.),all 

#, ne^ 
uator; A 


es are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whe 
Low Water, which Is the datum of sounc 
►elow mean sea level. To And the depth of 
-) sign is before the height, in which case si 
ne used is Eastern Standard, 75th meridian 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and whe 
r moon; ^, 1st quar.; 0. ^"U moon; C 3d < 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


th their times on the first line and heights o 
ther it is high or low water. The heights, ir 
lings on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Ch« 
water, add the tabular height to the soundi 
ibtract it. 

W.; 0»> is midnight, 12»> is noon; all hours le 
a diminished by 12 give the times after noon 
luar.; £, moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


n the second line of each day; 
I feet and tenths, are reckoned 
irts for this region, and which 
ngs given on the chart, iinlees 

«8 than 12 are in the forenoon 

for instance, 15:47 is 4dJ7 p. m. 

farthest north or south of the 



NEWPORT (Fort Adanw), RHODE ISLAND, 1907. 



75 



1 


— — 


JULY. 






AL'GL'ST. 


iJEl^KMBKR. 




5 


Day of— 


Time and Height of H jgrh suft 
Low Witer. 


4 

1^ 


Payor— 


nme atid Height of High find 
Lrtw Wnter. 


^ 


Iteyof- 


Time and Height of High and 
Lo^v Water* 




s w. 


Mo. 


W, Mo. 


S 


w. 


Mo. 




' 


M 


1 


6:22 
0.0 


12:18 
3.4 


17:47 
0.8 






Th 


1 


1:06 
3.0 


6:23 
0.4 


13:48 
8.2 


19:13 
0.8 




S 


1 


2:86 
2.6 


7:80 
0.9 


15:07 
2.9 


20:27 
1.0 




|Tu 


2 


0:40 
3.3 


6:13 
0.2 


13:18 
3.3 


18:51 
0.6 




F 


2 


2:06 

2.8 


7:17 
0.6 


14:43 
3.1 


20:17 
1.0 


N 
A 


M; 2 


8:39 
2.6 


8:36 
1.0 


16:02 
2.9 


21:28 
0.9 






W 3 


1:40 
3.1 


7:06 
0.3 


14:18 
3.3 


19:57 
0.8 




S 


?i 


3:07 
2.7 


8:13 
0.8 


15:42 
3.1 


21:22 
1.0 




Tu, 3 


4:34 
2.7 


9:87 
0.9 


16:60 
3.1 


22:21 
0.8 






Th, 4 


2:40 
3.0 


8:00 
0.5 


15:18 
3.3 


21:07 
0.9 




s 


■1 


T. 


9:12 
0.8 


16:34 
3.2 


22:19 
0.9 




w' 4 


5:20 
2.9 


10:31 
0.7 


17:33 
3.2 


23K)7 
0.5 






F , 5 


3:39 
2.9 


8:54 
0.6 


16:12 
3.3 


22:10 
0.8 


A 


M| . 


5:00 

2.8 


10:08 
0.8 


17:20 
3.2 


23K)4 
0.8 




Th 5 


6:01 
3.0 


11:18 
0.5 


18:14 
3.4 


23:49 1 
0.3 






S 1 6 


4:34 
2.9 


9:48 
0.6 


17:02 
3.4 


22:59 
0.8 


N 


Tu 


\, 


5:47 
2.9 


10:58 
0.7 


18:02 
3.4 


28:43 
0.6 




F 6 


6:39 
3.2 


12:01 
0.3 


18:52 
3.6 








S 7 


623 
2.9 


10:37 
0.6 


17:46 
3.5 


28:38 
0.7 




W 


7 


6:29 
3.0 


11:42 
0.5 


18:42 
3.5 




• 


S' 7 


0:28 
0.0 


7:14 
3.4 


12:40 
0.1 


19:80 
8.6 






M,8 


6:09 
3.0 


11:23 
0.6 


18:27 
3.5 


. . . 




Th 


S 


0:22 
0.3 


7.-07 
3.1 


12:22 
0.4 


19:18 
3.5 




S 


8 


1:07 
-0.2 


7:52 
3.5 


18:19 
-0.1 


20:07 
3.7 




A Tu 9 


0:13 
0.5 


6.52 
3.0 


12:04 
0.5 


19:05 
3.6 


• 


F 


■4 


0:58 
0.1 


7:45 
3.2 


13.-02 
0.2 


19:55 
3.6 


E 


M 


9 


1:45 
-0.3 


8:28 
3.6 


14:00 
—0.3 


20:47 
3.6 




N 

• 


W 10 


0:48 
0.8 


7:31 
3.1 


12:42 
0.4 


19:42 
3.6 




S 


lt» 


1:85 
—0.1 


8:22 
3.3 


13:40 
0.1 


20:32 
3.6 




Tu 


10 


2:23 
-0.4 


9:05 
3.6 


14:42 
-0.3 


21:22 
3.6 




Th!ll 


1:23 
0.2 


8:11 
3.1 


13:19 
0.3 


20:18 
3.5 




s 


11 


2:18 
-0.2 


9:00 
3.8 


14:18 
0.0 


21:11 
3.5 




W 


11 


3K)8 
-0.3 


9:46 
3.6 


15:27 
-0.3 


22:11 
8.8 




F12 


2:00 
0.1 


8:50 
3.1 


13:58 
0.2 


20:55 
3.5 




M 


1- 


2:52 
-0.2 


9:86 
8.8 


16K)0 
-0.1 


21:60 
3.4 




Th 12 


8:44 
-0.2 


10:82 
8.5 


16:16 
-0.2 


23K)0 
8.1 






S 13 


2:38 
0.0 


9:29 
3.1 


14:36 
0.2 


21:34 
3.4 


E 


Tu 


i:i 


8:31 
-0.2 


10:15 
3.3 


16:45 
-0.1 


22:33 
3.2 




F 


13 


4:27 
—0.1 


11:24 
3.4 


17H)8 
0.0 


23:65 
2.9 






S,14 


3:18 
0.0 


10:09 
3.0 


15:18 
0.2 


22:13 
3.2 




W 


14 


4:13 
-0.1 


11:00 
3.3 


16:32 
0.0 


23:20 
3.1 


D 


S 


14 


5:16 
0.1 


12:23 
3.8 


18:07 
0.2 


; ; ; 




1 

1 


M 


15 


3:59 
0.0 


10:50 
3.0 


16:03 
0.2 


22:57 
3.1 




Th 


lA 


4:56 
0.0 


11:50 
8.2 


17.-26 
0.1 






s 


15 


1:01 
2.8 


6:18 
0.8 


13:80 
8.3 


19:12 
0.3 






Tu 


16 


4:42 
0.0 


11:35 
3.0 


16:52 
0.3 


23:45 
3.0 


D 


F 


ll> 


0:14 
2.9 


5:43 
0.1 


12:49 
3.2 


18:26 
0.2 


S 


M 


16 


2:18 
2.8 


7:20 
0.4 


14:89 
8.3 


20:23 
0.4 




e'w 


17 


6:28 
0.1 


12:25 
3.0 


17:48 
0.3 






S 


17 


1:18 
2.8 


6:42 
0.2 


18:52 
8.3 


19:32 
0.3 




Tu 17 

1 


3:20 
3.0 


8:84 
0.4 


15:46 
8.5 


21:82 
0.3 




>Th 


18 


0:40 
2.9 


6:17 
0.2 


13:22 
3.1 


18:50 
0.3 




s 


In 


2:29 

2.8 


7:40 
0.8 


14:58 
3.4 


20:42 
0.3 


P 


Wtl8 


4:19 
8.8 


9:48 
0.2 


16:46 
8.7 


22:81 
0.1 




If 


19 


1:44 

2.8 


7:10 
0.2 


14 -J2 
3.3 


19:57 
0.3 




M 


h^ 


3:36 
3.0 


8:49 
0.2 


16:01 
3.6 


21:60 
0.2 




Th'l9 


5:14 
8.6 


10:49 
0.0 


17:41 
3.9 


28:24 
-0.1 






S 


20 


2:62 
2.9 


8:09 
0.2 


15:22 
3.5 


21:06 
0.2 


s 


Tu 


2(^ 


4:36 
3.2 


9:56 
0.1 


17:00 
3.8 


22:52 
0.0 




F 20 


6:04 
3.8 


11:46 
-0.2 


18:30 
4.0 


. . . 






S 21 


3:50 
3.0 


9:12 
0.1 


16:21 
3.7 


22:10 
0.1 


p 


W 


2] 


5:29 
3.5 


10:69 
-0.1 


17:55 
4.0 


23:46 
-0.2 


O 


S 21 


0:12 
-0.3 


6:61 
4.0 


12:37 
—0.4 


19:17 
4.1 






M 


22 


4:53 
3.2 


10:18 
0.0 


17:17 
4.0 


23:10 
-0.1 




Th 


2l^ 


6:22 
3.7 


11:57 
-0.3 


18:47 
4.2 




E 


S 22 


0:67 
—0.5 


7:36 
4.1 


13:28 
—0.4 


20:01 
4.0 ' 




s Tu 


23 


5:47 
3.4 


11:12 
—0.2 


18:09 
4.2 




o 


F 


2:; 


0:36 
—0.4 


7:11 
3.9 


12:60 
-0.6 


19:36 
4.3 




M:23 


1:38 
—0.5 


8:21 
4.1 


14:07 
-0.3 


20:45 ' 
8.8 




P w 

Oi 


24 


0:05 
-0.3 


6:38 
3.7 


12:08 
-0.4 


19K)1 
4.3 




S 


23 


1:22 
-0.6 


7:58 
4.1 


13:40 
—0.5 


20:23 
4.2 




Tu' 24 


2:18 
—0.4 


9:05 
4.0 


14:50 
-0.2 


21:30 
3.6 






Th 


25 


0:56 
-0.6 


7:29 
3.8 


13:01 
—0.5 


19:51 
4.4 




s 


2.^1 


2K)7 
—0.6 


8:45 
4.1 


14:28 
-0.5 


21:11 
4.0 




w'25 


2:58 
-0.2 


9:50 
3.8 


15:81 
0.0 


22:15 
3.3 






F 


26 


1:45 
—0.6 


8:19 
3.9 


13:53 
—0.5 


20:41 
4.3 


E 


M 


2(1 


2:50 
-0.5 


9:32 
4.0 


15:14 
-0.3 


21:57 
3.8 




Th26 


8:38 
0.0 


10:38 
3.6 


16:12 
0.2 


28:04 
3.0 






S 


27 


2:32 
-0.6 


9K)8 
3.9 


14:45 

—0.5 


21:32 
4.1 




Tu 


27 


3:32 
-0.3 


10:21 
3.8 


16:00 
0.0 


22:44 
3.5 




F 27 


4:18 
0.3 


11:28 
3.2 


16:56 
0.6 


28:57 
2.7 






s 


28 


3:18 
-0.5 


9:59 
8.8 


15:85 
-0.3 


22:23 
3.9 




W 


2s 


4:14 
—0.1 


11:12 
3.6 


16:46 
0.3 


23:36 
3.1 




S 


28 


5:00 
0.6 


12:22 
3.0 


17:41 
0.7 


. . . 




E 


M 


29 


4:03 
-0.3 


10:51 
3.7 


16:26 
0.0 


23:15 
3.6 




Th 


2!' 


4:57 
0.2 


12:06 
3.3 


17:32 
0.6 




^ 


S^ 


29 


0.58 
2.6 


6:48 
0.8 


13:21 
2.8 


18:83 
0.8 






Tu 


30 


4:49 
—0.1 


11:46 
3.5 


17:18 
0.3 


. . . 


(C 


F 


3<i 


0:31 

2.8 


5:41 
0.6 


13K)4 
3.1 


18:24 
0.8 


A 


M 


30 


2:04 
2.5 


6:45 
0.9 


14:25 
2.7 


19:35 
0.9 




1 




31 


0:08 
3.2 


5:36 
0.1 


12:42 
3.3 


18:13 
0.6 




S 


31 


1:32 
2.6 


6:31 
0.7 


14:06 
2.9 


19.-23 
0.9 


















a 

fr 
is 
a 


The tid 
comparifli 
om Mean 
1.7 feet b 
minus (- 


ea are placed in the order of occurrence, wl 
on of con.secutive helghtvS will indicate whet 
Low Water, which is the datum of sound 
lelow mean sea level. To find the depto of 
-) sign is before the height, in which case s 


th their times on the first line and heights o 
her it is high or low wat^r. The heights, in 
ngs on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Cha 
water, add the tabular height to the soundi 
ubtract it. 


n the second line of each day; 

feet and tenths, are reckoned 

rts for this region, and which 

ngs given on tne chart, unless 




The tin 

(a.m.), all 


ae used is Eastern Standard. 76th meridian 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and whe 


VV.; 0»> is midnight, 12»> is noon: all hours 1< 
a diminished by 12 give the times after noon 


jss than 12 are in the forenoon 
for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 




equator; A 

i 


moon; ^ 
, P, moon 


, 1st quar.: Q, full moon; C, 3d c 
in apogee or perigee. 


luar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


farthest north or south of the 





76 



NEWPORT (Fort Aiiaras), RHODE ISLAND, 1907. 



r 






OCTOBER. 




c 

Q 




NOVEMBER. 












DECEMBER. 






' a Day of— 
a' W. Mo. 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
LowWater. 




Day of— 


Time and Height of Uigli and 
LowWater. 


o 1 

S 1 W. Mo. 


W.Mo. 


1 !tu. 1 


3:08 
2.5 


7:55 
1.0 


15:23 20:40 
2. 8 0. 8 


^ ' 


4:08 
2.9 


9:18 
0.8 


16:19 
8.0 


21:48 
0.3 




S 


1 


4;09 
3.2 


9:32 
0.4 


16:29 
8.1 


21-J>1 
0-1 


1 W 2 

1 


4:02 
2.7 


9:01 
1.0 


16:14 21:37 
2.9 0.7 


S 2 


4:50 
3.2 


10:18 
-0.5 


17:06 
.3.2 


22:32 
0.1 




M 


2 


4:53 
S.6 


10:32 
0.1 


17:18 
8.3 


22:41 
— O.l 


Th 3 


4:47 
2.9 


10.00 
0.8 


16:58 22:28 
3.1 0.4 


E S 3 


6:29 
8.5 


11:03 
0.1 


17:50 
8.4 


23:17 
-0.1 




Tu 


3 


5:88 
8.8 


11:26 
—0.2 


18:07 
8.5 


23:3l 

—0.3 


r|, 


5:27 
3.1 


10:49 
0.5 


17:42 23:13 
3.8 0.1 


M 4 

1 1 


6:09 
3.8 


11:60 
-iO.2 


18:33 
3.6 






W 


4 


6.23 
4.1 


12:15 
-^.4 


18:52 
8.6 


■ ' ■ 


S 1 5 


6:05 
3.4 


"d^ 


18:22 23:54 
3. 5 —0. 1 


• Tu. 5 


OKX) 
-0.3 


6:48 
4.0 


12:36 
-0.4 


19:17 
3.6 


• 


Th 


5 


0:17 
—0.4 


7:09 
4.2 


18.-05 
—0.6 


19:41 
3.6 


1 *' ^ 


6:42 
8.6 


12:15 
-0.1 


19:01 . . . 
3.6 .. . 


W! 6 

1 ; 


0:43 
—0.4 


7:30 

4.1 


13:22 
—0.5 


20:02 
3.6 


P 


F 6 

; 


1.-04 
-0.6 


7:68 
4.8 


18:58 
—0.6 


20:*' 
3,6 


EjM 7 


0:33 
—0.3 


7:18 
3.8 


12:58 19:41 
—0.3 3.7 


'ThI 7 
1 ' 


1:26 
—0.5 


8:15 
4.2 


14:09 
-0.6 


20:48 
3.6 


s S 7 


1:62 
-0.4 


8:47 
4.2 


14:43 
—0.6 


21r21 
3.6 


Tu 8 

1 


1:13 
-0.4 


7:56 
3.9 


13:41 20:23 
-0.6 3.6 


'fI 8 


2:10 
-0.4 


9;02 
4.1 


14:57 
-0.5 


21:38 
3.6 




S\ 8 


2:43 
-0.3 


9:39 
4.1 


15:38 
—0.4 


22:15 
3.0 


JW 


9 


1:52 
—0.4 


8:37 
3.9 


14:25 21:07 
—0.5 8.5 


pIs 9 


2:58 
-0.8 


9:53 
3.9 


15:48 
-0.4 


22:32 
3.3 




M, 9 


8:88 
-0.2 


10:84 
8.9 


16:25 
—0.3 


23:12 
3.4 


Th 

i 


10 


2:85 
-0.4 


9:21 
3.9 


15:11 21:53 
-0. 4 3. 4 


1 S|10 


3:48 
-0.1 


10:49 
3.7 


16:41 
—0.2 


23:30 
3.2 




Tu 


10 


4:84 
0.0 


11:32 
8.6 


17:18 
—0.1 


. . . 




F 


11 


3:18 
—0.3 


10:10 

8.8 


16:00 22:45 
—0.3 3.2 


|M|11 


4:46 
0.1 


11:49 
3.6 


17:38 
0.0 




D 


W 


11 


0:12 
8.8 


6:85 
0.2 


12:35 
3.4 


18:fH 
0.1 




S 


12 


4:01 
-0.1 


11:05 
3.6 


16:53 23:43 
-0.1 . 8.0 


DiTu 12 

1 


0:34 
3.1 


5:48 
0.3 


12:66 
8.4 


18:38 
0.2 


Th 


12 


1:14 
3.8 


6:42 
0.4 


13:40 
3.3 


19:12 
0.2 


8 

1 


s 


13 


1:53 
0.2 


12:05 
3.4 


17:52 . . . 
0.1 .. . 


,\V 13 

' 1 


1:89 
8.1 


7:00 
0.4 


14:04 
8.3 


19:42 
0.3 


£ 


F 


13 


2:16 
8.8 


7:58 
0.6 


14:42 
3.2 


20 {© 

0-3 


i 


M 14 


0:50 
2.9 


5:58 
0.3 


13:13 18:56 
3.3 0.3 


Th 14 

1 


2:48 
8.2 


8:14 
0.5 


15:08 
8.8 


20:42 
0.2 




S 14 


8:17 
3.4 


9:05 
0.6 


15:40 
8.2 


20:03 

o.:3 


. 


Tull5 


1:59 
3.0 


7:11 
0.4 


14:23 20:a5 
3.3 0.4 


F 15 


8:41 
8.4 


9:26 
0.6 


16:07 
3.4 


21:38 
0.2 




S!l5 

1 


4:13 
8.6 


10:10 
0.6 


16:34 
3.2 


2l3iS 
0.3 




W 16 


3:03 
3.1 


8:27 
0.4 


15:80 21:10 
8.4 0.3 


E S 1 16 
1 1 


4:86 
3.6 


10:28 
0.8 


16:59 
3.4 


22:28 
0.1 




M,16 

1 


6K» 
8.6 


U:08 
0.6 


17:23 
3.2 


22:4© 
0.3 




Th 17 


4.02 
3.4 


9:38 
0.3 


16:29 22:07 
3.6 0.1 


! Sil7 


6:'23 

8.8 


11:21 
0.2 


17:47 
3.5 


28:15 
0.0 




Tu|l7 


5:50 
3.7 


11:46 
0.4 


18:10 
8.2 


23:32 

as 




F 18 


4:51 
3.6 


10:41 
0.1 


17:21 22:58 
3.7 -0.1 


jM 18 


6:10 
8.9 


12:05 
0.1 


18:32 
3.5 


28:58 

o.q 




W 18 


6:38 
8.8 


12:26 
0.8 


18:56 
3.2 


*• * 




S 19 


5:44 
3,9 


11:34 
0.0 


18:10 23:44 
3.8 -0.2 


Tu 19 

1 1 


6:53 
4.0 


12:46 
0.1 


19:16 
3.4 


. . . 





Th 19 


0:14 
0.2 


7:88 
8.7 


ISKX) 
0.2 


19.5^ 
8,2 


E 


Si 20 


6:30 
4.0 


12:21 
—0.1 


18:54 . . . 
3.8 .. . 


W ! 20 


0:39 
0.0 


7:83 
8.9 


13:23 
0.1 


19:52 
8.3 


N 


F 20 


0:58 
0.8 


7:63 
8.7 


13:37 
0.2 


20:19 
31 


C 


Ml 21 


0:27 
-0.3 


7:13 
4.1 


13:04 19:87 
-0.2 3.7 


Thj21 


1:17 
0.0 


8:15 
3.8 


14:00 
0.1 


20:40 
3.2 




S |21 


1:30 
0.8 


8:82 
8.6 


14:13 
0.1 


S.0 


ITu 22 


1:06 
-0.3 


7:56 
4.1 


13:45 20:20 
-0. 1 3. 6 


' Fl22 
1 1 


1:54 
0.1 


8:65 
3.6 


14:37 
0.1 


21:23 
8.1 


A 


Si 22 


2:08 
0.8 


9:10 
3.4 


14:49 
0.1 


21:44 

3-0 


W 23 


1:45 
-0.2 


8:39 
3.9 


14:24 21:03 
-0.1 3.4 


N i S 23 


2:32 
0.3 


9:36 
3.4 


15:14 
0.2 


22:09 

2.9 




M 1 23 


2:44 
0.4 


9:48 
8.2 


15:28 
0.1 


22r2«^ 

2.9 


Th 24 

1 


2:24 
0.0 


9:21 
3.7 


15:02 21:48 
0. 1 3. 1 


S 24 


8:10 
0.4 


10:17 
3.2 


15:54 
0.3 


22:68 

2.8 




Tu 24 

1 


3:21 
0.6 


10:28 
3.1 


16K» 
0.2 


23:14 


F 25 


3:02 
0.2 


10:05 
3.4 


15:41 22:35 
0.J2 .2.9 


A 1 M 25 


8:49 
0.6 


11:00 
2.9 


16:36 
0.4 


23:51 
2.7 




W 25 

1 


4:02 
0.6 


11:10 
2.9 


16:63 
0.2 


23!.5e 

2.8 


S 26 


3:42 
0.4 


10:61 
3.2 


16:22 23:22 
0.4 2.7 


!Tu 26 

1 1 


4:81 
0.7 


11:48 
2.8 


17:23 
0.4 






Th'26 

1 


4:51 
0.6 


11:57 
2.8 


17:38 
0.8 




N S 27 


4:22 
0.6 


11:40 
2.9 


17:07 . . . 
0.5 . . . 


C 1 W 1 27 


0:46 
2.6 


6:21 
0.8 


12:41 
2.7 


18:14 
0.5 


c 


f'27 


0:49 
2.8 


6:46 
0.6 


12:53 
2.8 


18:27 
0.3 


;a|M 28 


0:25 
2.6 


5:07 
0.8 


12:35 17.66 
2.7 0.7 


lTh!28 

1 


1:42 
2.7 


6:21 
0.8 


13:40 
2.7 


19:08 
0.5 


E 


S 128 


1:43 
2.9 


6:48 
0.6 


13:55 
2.8 


19r20 
0.3 


(CITu 29 


1:28 
2.5 


6:00 
0.9 


18:35 18:53 
2. 7 0. 7 


F 29 


2:34 

2.8 


7:28 
0.8 


14:42 
2.8 


20:04 
0.4 




S 29 


2:35 
8.0 


7:55 
0.5 


14:57 
2.9 


20:15 
0-3 


W 30 


2:28 
2.6 


7:05 
LO 


14:34 19:53 
2.7 0.7 


E S '30 

1 


3:23 
3.0 


8:34 
0.6 


15:38 
2.9 


20:68 
0.3 




M 30 


3:28 
8.3 


9:01 
0.8 


15:.55 
3.0 


21:13 
0.1 


Th 31 

i_ \ ^ 


3:22 
2.7 


8:14 
0.9 


15:31 20:51 
2.8 0.5 




1 
1 












Tu 31 


4:20 
3.6 


10:06 
0.1 


16:50 
3.2 


22:10 ; 
0.0 


The tid 
a compariij 
from Mean 
1.7 feot bol 
minus (— ) 


es are placed in the order of occurrence, wl 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whet 
Low Water, which is the datum of soundii 
f)W mean sea level. To find the depth of wi 
sign is before the height, in which case sub 


th their times on the first line and heights 
her it is high or low water. The heights, ir 
ngs on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Char 
Iter, add the tabular height to the soundin 
tract it. 


[>n the second line of each day: 
1 feet and tenths, are reckoned 
ts for this region, and which is 
gs given on the chart, unless a j 


The til 
(a.m.), all 


ne used is Eastern Standard, 75th meridiai 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and whc 


I W.; O*" is midnight, 12*' is noon; all hours 1 
'n diminished by 12 give the times after noon 


&S8 than 12 are in the forenoon 
; for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 


#, new 
equator; A 


mfx>n: }), 1st quar.; Q, full moon; (£, 8d 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


[juar., E, 


moon on the equator; N,S, moon 


farthest 


north or south of the 

i 



NEW LONDON (Cuatom-House Wharf), CONNECTICUT, 1907. 



77 





JANUARY. 




-- 




FEBRUARY. 




i 






MARCH. 






11 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


c j Day of— 
a j W. Mo. 


Time and Height of High and ' 
Low Water. 


w. Imo. 


SJW.lMo. 


; Tu 1 


4:10 
0.4 


10:10 17:00 
2,6 0.0 


22:40 
2.0 




F 


1 


5:15 
0.1 


ll:a5 
2.5 


17:45 
—0.1 


23:85 
2.4 




F 1 


4:09 
-0.1 


10:00 
2.7 


16:32 

-0.2 


22:22 
2.6 


W 


2 


4:56 
0.4 


10:48 17:40 
2.5 0.0 


23:21 
2.1 




S 


2 


6:00 
0.1 


11:46 
2.6 


18:27 
0.0 




E 


S 2 


4:61 
-O.l 


10:40 
2.6 


17:09 
—0.1 


23:04 ' 

2.7 1 


ixh 3 


5:38 
0.4 


11:80 18:22 
2.6 0.0 


. . . 


E 


s 


3 


0:20 
2.5 


6:51 
0.2 


12:31 
2.4 


19:10 
0.1 




S^ 3 


5:38 
—0.1 


11. -22 
2.5 


17-60 
0.0 


23:48 1 
2.7 , 


. F 4 

1 


0:05 
2.2 


6:26 12:12 
0.4 2.4 


19:04 
0.0 




M 


4 


1:10 
2.5 


7:50 
0.2 


13:20 
2.2 


19:58 
0.2 




M 4 


6:30 
-0.1 


12:07 
2.4 


18:M 
0.1 




■ 


S 5 


0:54 
2.3 


7:18 13:00 
0.4 2.3 


19:48 
0.1 


c 


Tu 


5 


2:03 
2.5 


8:52 
0.2 


14:15 
2.1 


20:52 
0.2 


!Tu 5 

1 


0:40 
2.7 


7:27 
0.0 


12:67 
2.2 


19:25 
0.2 




S 6 


1:44 
2.4 


8:18 13:60 
0.3 2.2 


20:36 
0.1 




W 


6 


3:02 
2.6 


9:51 
0.1 


15:19 
2.1 


21:53 
0.3 




W 6 


1:30 
2.6 


8:30 
0.1 


13:53 
2.0 


20:25 , 
0.3 , 


E 


M 7 


2:88 
2,4 


9:20 14:46 
0.8 2.1 


21:28 
0.2 




Th 


7 


4:04 
2.6 


10:58 
0.1 


16:81 
2.1 


22:58 
0.2 


C 


Th, 7 

1 


2:37 
2.6 


9:35 
0.1 


15:04 
L9 


21:35 ' 
0.3 




Tu 8 


3:32 
2.5 


10:20 15:46 
0.2 2.0 


22:22 
0.2 




F 


8 


5:06 
2.7 


11:59 
0.0 


17:41 
1.9 


23:58 
0.1 


s 


fI 8 


8:43 

2.5 


10:39 
0.1 


16:23 
1.9 


22:44 
0.2 




W 9 


4:80 
2.7 


11:20 16:50 
0.1 2.0 


28:18 
0.1 


s 


•s 


9 


6:06 
2.8 


12:55 
—0.1 


18:44 
2.0 


. . . 


p 


S 9 


4:50 
2.6 


11:40 
0.1 


17:33 
1.9 


23:48 
0.1 




Th 10 


5:27 
2.7 


12:17 17:56 
-0.1 2.0 


. . . 


p S^ 


10 


0:56 
0.0 


7:(M 
2.9 


13:47 
—0.2 


19:41 
2.2 




S.IO 


5:53 
2.6 


12:37 
0.0 


18:36 
2.1 


: : :' 




F 11 


0:15 
0.0 


6:24 13:10 
2.9 -0.2 


18:56 
2.1 


M 

1 


11 


1:51 
—0.2 


7:58 
2.9 


14:36 
-0.3 


20:32 
2.3 




M 


11 


0:47 
0.0 


6-52 
2.6 


13:28 
-0.1 


19:28 ' 
2.3 


V 


S ;12 


1:10 
-0.1 


7:20 14:04 
3.0 —0.3 


19:51 
2.2 


• 


Tu 


12 


2:45 
-0.2 


8:50 
2.9 


15:23 
-0.4 


21:20 
2.5 




Tu 


12 


1:41 
—0.2 


7:47 
2.7 


14:16 
—0.2 


20:16 
2.4 


s 


S 13 


2:04 
-0.2 


8:10 14:54 
8.1 -0.4 


20:45 
2.3 




W 


13 


3:36 
-0.3 


9:39 
2.9 


16:10 
—0.4 


22:09 
2.6 




W 


13 


2:33 
-0.3 


8:36 
2.7 


16:01 
-0,3 


21:01 
2.6 


• M 14 


2:55 
-0.2 


9:04 15:44 
3.1 —0.6 


21:88 
2.4 


Th 


14 


4:28 
-0.3 


10:28 
2.8 


16:66 
-0.3 


^:57 
2.6 


• 


Th 


14 


3:21 
-0.3 


9:24 
2.7 


15:44 
-0.3 


21:45 
2.7, 


Tu 15 


8:50 
-0,2 


9:56 16:38 
8.1 -0.6 


22:30 
2.4 


! F 

i 


15 


5:19 
-0.2 


11:16 
2.6 


17:42 
—0.2 


23:44 
2.6 


E 


F 


15 


4:09 
—0.3 


10:08 
2.6 


16:27 
^-0.2 


22.-28 
2.7, 


!w 


16 


4:44 
^-0.2 


10:46 1722 
2.9 —0.4 


28:21 
2.4 


E 


S 


16 


6:11 
—0.1 


12:04 
2.4 


18:31 
— O.l 






S 


16 


4:57 
—0.2 


10:52 
2.4 


17:11 
—0.1 


28:12, 
2.6 


1 iTh 

! 1 


17 


6:40 
-0.1 


11:86 18:12 
2.7 -0.3 






s 


17 


0:33 
2.6 


7:05 
0.1 


12:55 
2.2 


19:21 
O.l 




s 


17 


6:45 

—0.1 


11:86 
2.2 


17:56 
0.1 


23:57 
2.6 




F 


18 


0:15 
2.6 


6:36 12-.S0 
0.0 2.6 


19:06 
-0.2 




M 


18 


1:26 
2.4 


8:03 
0.2 


13:48 
2.0 


20:14 
0.2 




M 


18 


6:86 
0.1 


12:28 
2.0 


18:44 
0.2 


1 


E 


S 


19 


1:10 
2.4 


7:35 13:26 
0.1 2.3 


19:58 
-0.1 


D 


Tu 


19 


2:18 
2.3 


9:02 
0.3 


14:48 
1.8 


21:08 
0.4 




Tu 


19 


0:44 
2.4. 


7:29 
0.2 


13:13 
1.8 


19:36 ; 
0.4, 


1 


s 


20 


2:07 
2.4 


8:35 14:25 
0.2 2.1 


20:50 
0.1 




W 


20 


3:15 
2.2 


10:04 
0.4 


15:57 
1.6 


22:05 
0.4 




W 


20 


1:35 
2.3 


8:26 
0.3 


14:10 
1.7 


20:32 ' 
0,6 , 


'D 


M 21 


3:02 
2.4 


9:39 15:28 
0.3 1.9 


21:45 
0.2 


A 


Th 


21 


4:12 
2.2 


11:06 
0.5 


17:07 
1.6 


'28:02 
0.5 


A 


Th 


21 


2:29 
2.2 


9:26 
0.4 


15:16 
1.6 


21:31 ' 
0.6 




Tu 22 


8:57 
2.3 


10:42 16:36 
0.4 1.7 


22:40 
0.3 




F 


22 


5:07 
2.2 


12:00 
0.6 


18:08 
L6 


23:54 
0.4 


N 


F 


22 


8:27 
2.1 


10:22 
0.5 


16:23 
1.6 


22:30 ' 
0.6 


1 


W 23 


4:52 
2.3 


11:40 17:42 
0.4 1.6 


23:32 
0.3 


N 


S 


23 


6:57 
2.2 


12:47 
0.4 


18:52 
1.7 






S 23 


4:23 
2.1 


11:16 
0.4 


17:21 
1.6 


23:24 
0.6, 




Th 24 


6:44 
2.8 


12:36 18:41 
0.4 1.6 


. . . 




s 


24 


0:43 
0.4 


6:42 
2.3 


13:27 
0.2 


19:28 
1.8 




s I24 


6:18 
2.1 


12:08 
0.3 


18:07 
L8 


. . . 1 


A 


F 25 


0:24 
0.8 


6:30 13:20 
2.4 0.3 


19:27 
1.7 




M 


25 


1:26 
0.8 


7:24 
2.4 


14:03 
0.1 


20:00 
2.0 




M 25 


0:12 
0.4 


6:07 
2.2 


12:47 
0.2 


18:46 

2.0 


1 


S 28 


1:09 
0.3 


7:10 14:00 
2.4 0.2 


20:02 
1.7 




Tu!26 


2:08 
0.2 


8:03 
2.5 


14:40 
0.0 


20:33 
2.2 




tu'26 


0:68 
0.3 


6:51 
2.3 


18:27 
0.1 


19:22 ' 
2.2 ; 


N 


S ',27 
1 


1:52 
0.8 


7:52 14:40 
2.5 0.1 


20:35 
1.8 




W 27 


2:47 
0.1 


8:41 
2.6 • 


15:18 
"—0.1 


21:08 
2.3 




W 


27 


1:40 
0.1 


7:34 
2.4 


14:06 
0.0 


19:58 '' 
2.4 1 


1 


M 28 


2:34 
0.8 


8:80 15:14 
2.6 0.0 


21:06 
1.9 


C 


Th 


28 


3:28 
0.0 


9:20 
2.6 


16:55 
-0.1 


21:43 
2.5 




Th 


28 


2:22 
—0.1 


8:15 
2.6 


14:42 
—0.1 


20:33 ' 
2.6 





Tu 29 


3:14 
0.2 


9:08 15:50 
2.6 -0.1 


21:40 
2.1 
















2 


F 


29 


3:03 
-0.2 


8:54 
2.6 


16:19 
-0.2 


21:11 1 

2.7, 


'W 30 


8:52 
0.2 


9:46 16:30 
2.6 -0.1 


22:14 
2.2 


















S 30 


3:46 
-0.8 


9:36 
2.6 


15:57 
-0.2 


21:62 
2.9 




Thj31 


4:32 
0.2 


10:24 17:18 
2.6 -0.1 


22:52 
2.3 


















s ,'31 


4:81 
—0.8 


10:16 
2.6 


16:36 
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22:37 
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a 

fr 
1. 
in 

(a 

, ec 


The tid 
compaiifl 
nm Mean 
2 feet bel 
inuH (-) 

The tiB 
.m.),all 

#, nen 
luator; A 


es are placed in the order of oc 
on of consecutive heights will i 

Low Water, which is the datu 
ow mean sea level. To find the 

sign Is before the height, in wl 
ae used is Eastern Standard, 75t 
greater are in the aftenioon (p. i 
' moon; }), 1st quar.; O. ^"^1 m< 
, P, moon In apogee or perigee. 


L'ur 
idi 
m 
do 
ilch 
hn 
n.) 
>on 


rence, wi 
cate whe 
f simndii 
pth of w 
casesut 
leridian 
and whe 
; (I.3dq 


th their times on the first line and heights on the second line of each day: i 
ther it is hl^h or low water. The heights, in feet and tenths, are recikoned : 
igs on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Charts for this region, and which is 
ater. add the tabular height to the soundings given on the chart, unless a 
>tract it. 

\V.: Oh is midnight, 12h is noon; all hours less than 12 are In the forenoon 
n diminished by 12 give the times after noon; for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 
uar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon farthest north or south of the 



78 



NEW LONDON (Custom-Hoiwe Wharf), OONNECTICUT, 1907. 



» 


APRIL. 




MAY. 




JUNE. 




1 


s 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low water. 


S 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low water. 


S 


Dayof— 


Time and Height of Hlg^h and 
Low Water. 


W. iMo. 


w. 


Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 




M 1 


6:20 


ll.-OO 17:18 


28:25 




W 


1 


5:55 


11:83 


17:48 


28:59 


" 


s 


1 


0:41 


7:29 


13:27 


19:47 




1 


—0.8 


2.6 0.0 


2.9 


1 




-0.4 


2.8 


0.1 


2.9 








2.7 


-0.2 


2.2 


0.2 


p 


To' 2 


6:12 


11:48 18:06 




S'Th 


2 


6:52 


12:32 


18:52 


. . . 




§ 


2 


1:48 


8:28 


14:82 


20:56 






-0.2 


2.3 0.1 




1 




-0.3 


2.2 


0.2 


. . . 








2.5 


-0.1 


2.2 


0.2 




W 3 


0:17 


7:09 12:42 


19:04 




F 


3 


0:52 


7:51 


18:39 


20:02 


(C 


M 


8 


2:50 


9:27 


1637 


22K)3 






2.8 


-0.1 2.2 


0.2 








2.7 


-0.1 


2.1 


0.3 








2.3 


0.0 


2.3 


0.2 




Th 4 


1:14 


8:11 13:45 


20:12 


c 


8 


4 


2:00 


8:53 


14:50 


21:11 




Tu 


4 


4.-00 


10:26 


16:38 


23:12 






2.7 


0.0 2.0 


0.8 






2.6 


0.0 


2.0 


0.8 






2.2 


0.0 


2.4 


O.J 


s F 1 5 


2:12 


9:15 15:00 


21:25 




S 


5 


8:08 


9:55 


16K» 


22:21 


E 


W 


5 


6.-06 


11:19 


17:32 


. 


<C 


1 


2.6 


0.1 1.9 


0.3 




1 


2.4 


0.0 


2.1 


0.2 








2.1 


0.0 


2.4 


. . . 




S ! 6 


8:26 


10:19 16:16 


22:33 




M 


6 


4:20 


10:56 


17:04 


28:25 




Th 


6 


OKn 


6:07 


12:10 


18:22 






2.4 


0.1 1.9 


0.2 








2.8 


0.0 


2.2 


0.1 








0.1 


2.0 


0.1 


2,5 




S 7 


4:36 


11:20 17:22 


23:88 




Tu 


7 


6:27 


11:60 


18H)0 






F 


7 


1:00 


7:02 


12:58 


ISrCW 






2.4 


0.1 2.1 


0.1 








2.8 


0.0 


2.4 


. . . 








0.1 


2.0 


0.1 


2.6 




M 8 


6:42 


12:15 18:20 






W 8 


0:24 


6:27 


12:40 


18:60 




S 


8 


1:48 


7:51 


13:4S 


19:S) 






2.4 


0.0 2.2 










0.0 


2.2 


0.0 


2.5 


^ - : - 


0.1 


1.9 


0.1 


•ih 


1 


Tu 9 


0:87 


6:42 18K)6 


19:12 


E Th 


9 


1:16 


7:19 


13:26 


19:83 




S 9 


2:33 


8:33 


1436 


20:30 


I 




0.0 


2.6 -0.1 


2.4 








0.0 


2,2 


-0.1 


2.6 








0.0 


1.9 


0.2 


2.7 


' 


W.IO 


1:81 


7:85 18:62 


19:57 




F 


10 


2:04 


8:06 


14:09 


20:14 


• 


M 


10 


8:13 


9:11 


16.-08 


21:<i& 




1 


-0.1 


2.6 -0.1 


. 2.^ 








—0.1 


2.2 


0.0 


2.7 








0.0 


1.9 


0.2 


2-6 


E 


Thll 


2:20 


8:21 14:35 


20:89 




S 


11 


2:49 


8:48 


14:51 


20:54 




Tu 11 


8:58 


9:48 


15:49 


21:4T 






-0.2 


2.5 —0.2 


2.6 








—0.1 


2.1 


0.0 


2.7 




1 


0.0 


1.8 


0.3 


2.<i 


,• 


F 12 


•8:06 


9:06 15:17 


21:19 


• 


s 


12 


8:81 


9:28 


16:82 


21:38 


A 


W 12 


4:84 


10:28 


16:80 


22:24 


i 






-0.8 


2.4 -0.1 


2.7 








—0.1 


2.1 


0.1 


2.7 


N 






0.0 


L8 


0.4 


2.5 




•s 


13 


8:50 


9:48 15:58 


22:00 




M 


13 


4:14 


10K)7 


16:12 


22:12 




Th 


13 


5:15 


11K)I 


17:11 


23:01 








-0.2 


2.3 -0.1 


2.7 




1 


—0,1 


2.0 


0.2 


2.6 








0.0 


L8 


0.5 


2.1 




s 


14 


4:85 


10:28 16:41 


22:40 




Tu.14 


4:67 


10:46 


16:56 


22:67 




F 


14 


5:57 


11:40 


17:66 


23:41 








-0.2 


2.2 0.1 


2.6 








0.0 


1.9 


0.4 


2.6 








0.0 


1.9 


0.5 


2-4 


' 


M 15 


5:20 


11:10 17:24 


28:22 




W 


15 


6:41 


11:26 


17:39 


28:81 




S 


Mi 


6:41 


12:28 


18:45 








-0.1 


2.1 0.2 


2.6 






0.0 


1.8 


0.5 


2.4 






0.1 


1.9 


0.6 


. . . 




Tu!l6 


6:08 


11:62 18:10 




A 


Th 


16 


6:27 


12:09 


18:26 


. . . 




S 16 


0:24 


7:26 


13:10 


1937 






0.0 


1.9 0.4 




N 






0.1 


L8 


0.6 








2.8 


0.2 


2.0 


O.f. 




W 17 


0:06 


6:57 12:40 


19:00 




F 


17 


0:13 


7:15 


12:67 


19:19 




M 17 


1:08 


8:11 


14«0 


20:3:! 






2.4 


0.2 1.8 


0.6 








2.3 


0.2 


1.8 


0.7 






2.2 


0.2 


2.1 


Q.^ 


A 


Th 18 


0:58 


7:49 13:88 


19:54 


! 8 


18 


1:00 


8:05 


18:50 


20:16 


1> 


Tu 18 


1:59 


8:58 


14:61 


Z1JX> 






2.8 


0.3 1.7 


0.6 




1 


2.2 


0.3 


L8 


0.7 








2.1 


0.2 


2.2 


0.4 


!N 


F 19 


1:43 


8:43 14:34 


20:63 




S 19 


1:50 


8:65 


14:46 


21:12 




W 


19 


2:66 


9:46 


15:44 


22r25 




, 


2.1 


0.4 1.6 


0.7 






2.1 


0.3 


1.8 


0.6 








2.0 


0.2 


2.8 


0.8 


D 


S ,20 


2:38 


9:38 15:85 


21:58 


1> 


M 


20 


2:44 


9:46 


16:40 


22:09 


£ 


Th 


20 


8:58 


10:84 


16:35 


23r2L' 


1 






2.1 


0.4 L7 


0.7 








2.0 


0.8 


2.0 


0.6 






2.0 


0.2 


2.6 


0.1 


1 


S 


21 


3:85 


10:81 16:31 


22:48 




Tu 


21 


8:42 


10:34 


16:30 


28:03 




F 


21 


4:62 


11:24 


17:28 






1 


2.0 


0.4 1.8 


0.6 








2.0 


0.3 


2.1 


0.4 








2.0 


0.1 


2.7 


. . . 




M|22 


4:32 


11:20 17:19 


23:89 




W 


22 


4:40 


11:20 


17:17 


23:68 




S 


22 


0:13 


6:60 


12:12 


IK-iy 






2.0 


0.8 1.9 


0.4 








2.1 


0.2 


2.8 


0.2 








0.0 


2.1 


0.1 






Tu23 


5:25 
2.1 


12:04 18:02 
0.2 2.2 


. . . 


E 


Th 


23 


5:86 
2.1 


12:05 
0.1 


18:02 
2.6 






§ 


23 


1:06 
-0.2 


6:46 
2.1 


18H» 
0.0 


19:10 
3.U 




W 24 


0:27 


6:16 12:47 


18:42 




F 


24 


0:42 


6:26 


12:48 


18:48 


|M 


24 


1:56 


7:89 


18:61 


20n)l 






0.2 


2.2 0.1 


2.4 








0.0 


2.2 


0.0 


2.8 






-0.3 


2.2 


—0.1 


S.l 




Th 25 


1:12 


7:01 13:27 


19.21 




S 


25 


1:28 


7:13 


13:31 


19:34 


Q Tu 2f» 


2:46 


8:31 


14:42 


20 52 






0.0 


2.4 0.0 


2.6 




1 


—0.2 


2.3 


—0.1 


3.0 


P 




-0.4 


2.8 


—0.1 


3.2 


£ 


F 26 


1:65 


7:44 14K)7 


20:02 




8 126 


2:17 


8:00 


14:14 


20:21 


8 W 


26 


8:87 


9.'2S 


15:86 


21:42 


1 


1 


—0.2 


2.4 -0.1 


2.8 








—0.4 


2.3 


—0.1 


8.1 






-0.5 


2.8 


-0.1 


S.2 




S i27 


2:40 


8:27 14:45 


20:45 


O 


M 


27 


3:05 


8:48 


14:59 


21:08 


iThi27 


4:22 


10:17 


16:29 


22:34 




! 


-0.3 


2.6 -0.1 


3.0 








—0.6 


2.4 


—0.1 


3.2 








-0.5 


2.4 


-0.1 


S.1 


C 


S !28 


8:25 


9:10 15:25 


21:29 


P 


Tu 


28 


3:55 


9:37 


15:47 


21:58 




F 


28 


6:18 


11:11 


17:27 


23:2^ 




1 


-0.4 


2.6 -0.1 


3.1 








—0.5 


2.4 


—0.1 


3.2 








-0.6 


2.4 


—0.1 


2.9 


i 


M,29 


4:18 


9:65 16:07 


22:15 


S 


W 


29 


4:45 


10:28 


16:40 


22:50 


!S 


29 


6:10 


12:08 


1827 




1 






-0.5 


2.6 —0.1 


3.1 








—0.5 


2.3 


0.0 


3.1 








-0.4 


2.4 


0.0 


• ■ • 1 


F 


Tu 


30 


5:03 


10:42 16:54 


23:05 




Th 


30 


5:38 


11:23 


17:38 


28:43 




S 


30 


0:23 


7:04 


13K)6 


19:29 








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2.4 0.0 


3.0 








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2.3 


0.0 


. 2.9 






2.7 


-0.8 


2.4 


0.1 
















F 


31 


6:33 


12:23 


18:42 


. . 














1 


















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2,2 


0.1 


. . . 














1 




The tic 


les are placed in the order of oc 


cur 


rence. wl 


th their times on 


the first line and heights ( 
low water. The heights, ii 


)n the second line of each day: , | 


a comparis 


on of consecutive helghta will indicate whe 


ther it is high or 


1 feet and tenths, 


are reckoned > 1 


from Mean 


Low Water, which is the datum of sound 


ngs on the Const and Geodetic Survey Cha 


rts for this region^ and wbich 1 


is 1.2 feet t 


Kjlow mean sea level. To find the depth of 


water, add the tabular height to the soundJ 


ings given 


on the chart. 


unless 


a minus (- 


-) sign is before the height, In which case s 


ubtract it 














1 


The til 


ne used is Eastern Standard, 75th meridian 


W.: O** is midnight; 12»« is noon; all hours 1 


ess than 12 are in the forenoon ' 


(a.m.), all 


greater are in the afternoon (p. m. ) and whe 


n diminished by 12 give the times after noon 


i; for instance, 16:47 is 3:47 p. m. 


! •. nev 


7 moon; }), 1st quar.; O 


full moon; (f, 3d o 


uar.; E., 


moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


farthest north or south of the i 


equator; A 


, P, moon 


in apogee or perigee. 
















1 
! 



NEW LONDON (Custom-House Wharf), CONNECTICUT, 1907. 



79 



JULY. 


- 


AUGUST. 






SEPTEMaER. 


2 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


^ 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water* 


l 


Day of— 


Time and Helgbtol High and 
LoM' Water. 


W. Mo. 


W. 'Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 


Ml 1 

1 


1:22 
2.5 


8:00 
-0.1 


14K)6 
2.4 


20:33 
0.1 




Th 1 


2:58 
L9 


9:18 
0.2 


15:28 
2.4 


22:14 
0.3 




S 


1 


4:49 
1.6 


10:46 
0.6 


< 

16:49 
2.2 


23:45 
0.5 


1 


Tu! 2 


2:26 
2.2 


8:55 
0.0 


15:05 
2.4 


21:88 
0.2 


If I 2 


4:07 
1.8 


10:16 
0.8 


16:27 
2.3 


28:19 
0.4 


N 

A 


M 


2 


5:68 
1.6 


11:40 
0.4 


17:44 
2.2 






W 8 


8:30 
2.1 


9:52 
0.1 


16:04 
2.4 


22:42 
0.8 


s 


3 


6:19 
L7 


11:12 
0.8 


17:23 
2.3 


. . . 


:Tu 


3 


0:84 
0.4 


6:48 
1.7 


12:31 
0.4 


18:83 
2.2 


Th 4 


4:38 
1.9 


10:47 
0.1 


17:01 
2.4 


23:45 
0.3 


's 


4 


0:18 
0.4 


6:28 
1.6 


12:06 
0.8 


18:15 
2.4 


w 

1 


4 


1:16 
0.8 


7:23 
L8 


18:17 
0.8 


19:16 
2.3 




F 


5 


6:44 
L8 


11:41 
0.2 


17:58 
2.5 


. . . 


A 


xM 5 


1:09 
0.4 


7:20 
1.7 


12:56 
0.3 


19K)0 
2.4 


jTh; 5 


1:53 
0.2 


7:64 
1.9 


18:58 
0.2 


19:54 
2.4 




S 


6 


0:42 
0.3 


6:46 
1.8 


12:81 
0.2 


18:42 
2.5 


N 


Tu' 6 


1:50 
0.3 


7:59 
1.7 


13:40 
0.3 


19:48 
2.4 


' F 


6 


2:28 
0.1 


8:24 
2.1 


14:87 
0.1 


20:80 
2.5 


1 


s 


7 


1:32 
0.3 


7:36 
1.7 


18:18 
0.2 


19:26 
2,5 




W 


7 


2:28 
0.2 


8:31 
1.8 


14:28 
0.8 


20:21 
2.5 


• 


S 


7 


8K)8 
0.0 


8:56 
2.3 


16:16 
0.0 


T21K)6 
2.5 


M 


8 


2:16 
0.2 


8:20 
1.7 


14:03 
0.2 


20:07 
2.6 




Th 


8 


8:02 
0.1 


9:00 
1.9 


15:02 
0.2 


20:58 
2.5 




s 


8 


3:40 
-0.1 


9:28 
2.6 


16:55 
-0.1 


21:43 
2.6 


A Tu 


9 


2:52 
0.1 


8:55 
1.8 


14:46 
0.3 


20:46 
2.6 


• 


f 


9 


3:38 
0.0 


9:80 
2.0 


15:41 
0.2 


21:88 
2.5 


E 


M 


9 


4:14 
-0.1 


10:03 
2.6 


16:36 
—0.1 


22:21 
2.6 


N W 


10 


8:81 
0.1 


9:27 
1.8 


15:27 
0.8 


21:22 
2.6 




S 


10 


4:14 
0.0 


lOKB 
2.2 


16:21 
0.2 


22:08 
2.5 




Tu 


10 


4:49 
0.0 


10:41 
2.7 


17:18 
—0.1 


23:00 
2.6 


Th 

1 


11 


4:08 
0.0 


10:00 
1.9 


16:05 
0.3 


21:59 
2.5 




8 


11 


4:50 
0.0 


10:36 
2.3 


17:01 
0.1 


22:40 
2.5 




W 


11 


5:27 
0.0 


11:26 
2.7 


18:06 
-0.1 


23:42 
2.4 


,:^ 


12 


4:45 
0.0 


10:36 
2.0 


16:45 
0.4 


22:35 
2.5 




M 


12 


5.-27 
0.0 


11:18 
2.4 


17:42 
0.1 


23:26 
2.4 


■Th 


12 


6.-06 
0.1 


12:12 
2.7 


19:00 
0.0 






s 


13 


5:25 
0.0 


11:10 
2.1 


17:28 
0.4 


23:18 
2.4 


£ 


Tu 


13 


6:04 
0.0 


11:57 
2.5 


18:80 
0.2 




If 


13 


0:28 
2.2 


6:53 
0.2 


18:04 
2.6 


19:69 
0.0 




8 


14 


6K)6 
0.0 


11:48 
2.1 


18:12 
0.4 


28:52 
2.8 




W 


14 


0:12 
2.3 


6:46 
0.1 


12:42 
2.6 


19:28 
0.2 


i> 


S 


14 


1:20 
2.1 


7:60 
*0.8 


14K)8 
2.6 


21:03 
0.1 




M 15 


6:45 
0.1 


12:82 
2.2 


19:00 
0.4 






Th 


15 


0:51 
2.2 


7:28 
0.2 


13:38 
2.6 


20:28 
0.2 




s 


15 


2:24 
L9 


8:58 
0.4 


15K» 
2.5 


22:07 
0.1 




Tu 


16 


0:35 
2.3 


7:26 
0.1 


1850 
2.3 


19:53 
0.4 


1) 


F 


16 


1:41 
2.1 


8:20 
0.3 


14:80 
2.5 


21:25 
0.2 


s 


M 


16 


8:40 
1.9 


10:12 
0.3 


16:15 
2.5 


28^)9 
0.1 


E 


W 


17 


1:23 
2.2 


8:11 
0.2 


14:10 
.2.4 


20:53 
0.3 




S 


17 


2:40 
2.0 


9:18 
0.3 


16:31 
2.6 


22:28 
0.2 




Tu 


17 


4:56 
1.9 


11:17 
0.2 


17:20 
2.5 




:d 


Th 18 

1 


2:13 
2.1 


9:00 
0.3 


15:08 
2.5 


21:54 
0.2 




s 


18 


8:49 
L9 


10:23 
0.3 


16:84 
2.6 


28:28 
0.1 


PW 


18 


0K)7 
0.0 


6:01 
2.1 


12:18 
0.0 


18.-21 
2.6 


F 19 


3:10 
2.0 


9:52 
0.3 


16K)0 
2.6 


22:52 
0.2 




M 


19 


5K» 
1.9 


11:29 
0.2 


17:36 
2.7 






Th 


19 


0-.60 
-0.1 


6:57 
2.8 


13:14 
-0.1 


19:17 
2.7 




8 '20 


4:14 
L9 


10:48 
0.2 


16:59 
2.7 


28:50 
0.0 


d 


Tu 20 


0:26 
0.0 


6:11 
2.0 


12.28 
0.0 


18:86 
2.8 




F 


20 


1:49 
—0.2 


7:47 
2.5 


14:07 
—0.3 


20:10 
2.7 




8 


21 


5:21 
1.9 


11:45 
0.1 


17:55 
2.8 




P 


W 21 


1:20 
—0.1 


7:10 
2.2 


18:25 
-0.1 


19:30 
2.9 


o 


S 


21 


2:86 
-0.8 


8:34 
2.6 


14:67 
—0.4 


20:69 
2.7 




M 


22 


0:45 
—0.1 


«:25 
2.0 


12:42 
0.0 


18:51 
3.0 




Th 22 


2:09 
—0.3 


8:03 
2.4 


14:18 
—0.3 


20:23 
2.9 


E 


s 


22 


8:19 
-0.3 


9:19 
2.7 


15:46 
—0.4 


21:45 
2.7 


s , Tu! 23 


1:38 
-0.2 


7:23 
2.1 


13:87 
—0.1 


19:45 
3.1 


O 


F 23 


2:57 
-0.4 


8:53 
2.5 


15:11 
-0.8 


21:14 
2.9 




M 


23 


4:08 
-0.3 


lOKB 
2.8 


16:84 
-0.3 


22:81 
2.6 


P WJ24 


2:28 
—0.4 


8:18 
2.3 


14:30 
-0.2 


20:37 
3.1 




S 24 


8:44 
—0.4 


9:42 
2.6 


16:02 
-0.4 


22.-03 
2.9 




Tu 


24 


4:48 
—0.2 


10:48 
2.7 


17:22 
-0.2 


23:16 
2.3 


Th(26 

1 1 


3:18 
—0.5 


9:10 
2.4 


15:23 
-0.8 


21:28 
3.1 




S 25 


4:30 
-0.4 


10:39 
2.7 


16:54 
-0.8 


22:52 
2.7 




W 


25 


5:32 
0.0 


11:34 
2.7 


18:18 
—0.1 




, F 


26 


4:07 
-0.5 


10K)1 
2.5 


16:17 
—0.3 


22:20 
3.0 


E 


M 26 

1 


5:17 
-0.3 


11:17 
2.7 


17:46 
-0.2 


23:41 
2.5 




Th 26 


0:08 
2.1 


6:22 
0.2 


12:23 
2.6 


19:08 
0.1 


S 


27 


4:55 
-0.5 


10:53 
2.5 


17:12 
-0.2 


23:10 
2.8 




TU|27 


6:05 
—0.2 


12:06 
2.7 


18:40 
—0.1 






F 


27 


0:55 
1.9 


7:15 
0.8 


13:15 
2.4 


20:06 
0.2 


,8 


28 


5:45 
—0.4 


11:45 
2.6 


18:08 
-0.1 






W 1 28 


0:31 
2.3 


6:56 
0.0 


12:58 
2.5 


19:37 
0.1 




S 


28 


1:53 
1.8 


8:18 
0.5 


14:10 
2.2 


21:05 
0.4 


£ 


M 29 


0:03 
2.6 


6:36 
-0.2 


12:38 
2.6 


19:06 
0.0 




Th 29 

1 


1:25 
2.1 


7:48 
0.2 


13:52 
2.4 


20:37 
0.2 


S S 29 


3:00 
1.6 


9:18 
0.6 


16:08 
2.1 


22:05 
0.4 




Tu 30 


0:59 
2.4 


7:28 
-0.1 


13:33 
2.5 


20:07 
0.1 


c 


Fj30 


2:25 

1.8 


8:45 
0.3 


14:50 
2.3 


21:41 
0.4 


XM 


30 


4:11 
L6 


10:15 
0.6 


16:09 
2.1 


28:01 
0.4 


(C 


W 31 


1:56 
2.2 


8:22 
0.0 


14:30 
2.4 


21K)9 
0.2 


1 S '31 

1 , 


3:34 
1.7 


9:45 
0.4 


15:50 
2.2 


22:45 
0.6 
















The tW 
a comparis 
from Mean 
1.2 feet bel 
minus ( - ) 

The tiE 
(a.m.),all 

#, new 
equator; A 


les are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whe 

Low Water, which is the datum of soundii 
ow mean sea level. To find the depth of wa 

sign is before the height, in which case sub 
ae used is Eastern Standard, 75th meridian 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and whe 
' moon; }), 1st quar.; O. '"^1 moon; (C, 3d q 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


th their times on the first line and heights o 
ther it is high or low water. The heights, ir 
igs on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Chart 
ter, add the tabular height to the sounding 
tract it. 

W.: Oh is midnight, 12>» is noon; all hours le 
n diminished by 12 give the times after noon 
uar.; E, moon on the equator; N,S,moon J 


n the second line of each day; 
L feet and tenths, are reckoned 
B for this region, and which is 
s given on the chart, unless a 

ss than 12 are in the forenoon 
for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 
arthest north or south of the 



80 



NEW LONDON (Custom-House Wharf), CONNECTICUT, 1907. 





OCTOBER. 






NOVEMBER. 


, DECEMBER. 


s 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
LowWater. 




Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


d Dayof- 
a W.Mo. 


Time and Height of High and ! 
Low Water. ' 


W. Mo. 


W. Mo. 




Tu, 1 


5:10 
1.7 


11:13 
0.5 


17:05 
2.1 


23:52 
0.4 


F 


1 


5:48 
2.1 


12:15 
0.3 


18:00 
2.1 


. . . 


~7'7 

1 . 


5:42 
2.5 


12:24 
0.1 


18.-02 
2.1 


. . . ■ 




Wl 2 

1 


6:57 
1.8 


12:04 
0.5 


17:57 
2.1 






S 


2 


0:31 
0.2 


6:26 
2.3 


12:58 
0.1 


18:43 
2.2 


'mI 2 


0:28 
0.1 


6:27 
2.7 


13:11 
-0.1 


18:51 
2.1. 




Th| 3 

1 


0:36 
0.3 


6:36 
1.9 


12:48 
0.3 


18:41 
2.2 


E 


s 


3 


1:10 
0.1 


7:04 
2.6 


13:40 
0.0 


19:27 
2.3 


Tul 3 

1 


1:10 
0.1 


7:12 
2.9 


13:58 
-0.3 


19:38 1 
2,2 




Fi4 


1:15 
0.2 


7:10 
2.1 


13:30 
0.2 


19:22 
2.3 




M, 4 


1:49 
0.0 


7:43 
2.7 


14:23 
-0.2 


aOH)7 

2.4 


w 


4 


1:52 
0.0 


7:59 
3.0 


14:45 
—0.4 


20:25 ' 
2.3 




S 1 5 

1 


1:62 
0.1 


7:44 
2.3 


14:10 
0.0 


20:00 
2.4 


• 


Tu, 6 


2:25 
0.0 


8:24 
2.9 


15:07 
—0.4 


20:48 
2.4 


• iTh 


5 


2:36 
0.0 


8:45 
8.1 


15:83 
-0.5 


21:13 
•2.3 




Si 6 

1 


2:28 
0.0 


8:17 
2.6 


14:49 
-0.1 


20:38 
2.5 




W, 6 


0.0 


9:07 
8.0 


16:53 
-0.4 


21:31 
2.4 


pl F 


6 


3:28 
0.0 


9:34 
3.2 


16:22 
-0.5 


22.-02 
2.3 


E 

• 


M' 7 

' 1 


3:03 
—0.1 


8:52 
2.7 


15-31 
-0.2 


21:15 
2.5 




Th! 7 


8:48 
0.0 


9:52 
8,1 


16:40 
—0.4 


22:17 
2.4 


6 


S 


7 


4:13 
0.0 


10:23 
3.1 


17:13 
-0.4 


22:55 
2.3 




Tu' 8 


3:37 
-0.1 


9.32 

2.8 


16:13 
-0.3 


21:55 
2.5 


F 1 8 


4:28 
0.1 


10:50 
8.0 


17:31 
—0.4 


23:07 
2.3 


i« 


8 


6:08 
0.0 


11:15 
3.0 


18.-06 
—0.4 


23:62 1 
2.3 




W 9 


4:13 
0.0 


10:14 
2.9 


16:48 
—0.3 


22:36 
2.4 


p Sl 9 

' 1 


5:20 
0.1 


11:32 
2.9 


18:26 
-0.3 


. . . 


M 


9 


6:10 
0.1 


12:11 
2.8 


19K)0 
-0.8 


. . . 




Th 10 


4:51 
0.1 


11:00 
2.9 


17:47 
—0.3 


28:21 
2.3 


i^io 


0:01 
2.2 


6:17 
0.2 


12:26 
2.8 


19:22 
—0.2 


•JTu 10 


0:51 
2.3 


7:15 
0.1 


la.oe 

2.6 


19:58 
-0.1 




F 11 

1 


5.31 
0.2 


11:50 
2.8 


18:41 
—0.2 




|M 11 

1 


1:M 
2,1 


7:26 
0.8 


13:26 
2.6 


20:22 
—0.1 


})'W 11 


1:54 
2.3 


8:22 
0.2 


14:11 
2.4 


20:56 
—0.1 




S ,12 


0:12 
2,2 


6:29 
0.3 


12:43 
2.7 


19:42 
-0.1 


1> Tujl2 


2:11 
2.1 


8:89 
0.3 


14:31 
2.4 


21:22 
0.0 


'Th 12 

1 1 


2:68 
2.3 


9:29 
0.2 


15-20 
2.2 


21:53 
0.0 


S 


S,13 


1:10 
2.1 


7.33 
0.8 


18:42 
2.6 


20:43 
0.0 




W 


13 


3:20 
2.2 


9:48 
0.2 


15:40 
2.3 


22:22 
0.0 


E F ! 13 


3:59 
2.4 


10:&5 
0.2 


16.-25 
2.1 


22:49 , 
0.0 1 


? 


M|l4 


2:19 
2.0 


8:49 
0.4 


14:48 
2.5 


21:46 
0.1 




Th 


14 


4:25 
2.3 


10:53 
0.2 


16:49 
2.3 


23:18 
0.0 


1 S 14 


4:56 
2.5 


11:37 
0.1 


17:80 
2.0 


23:42 
0.0 




Tu|15 


8:35 
2.0 


10:01 
0.3 


15:57 
2.4 


22:48 
0.1 




F 


15 


5:28 
2.4 


11:66 
0.1 


17:56 
2.2 


. . . 


S 


15 


5:61 
2.6 


12:35 
0.1 


18:30 
2.0 






W|16 


4:43 
2.1 


11:08 
0.2 


17:05 
2.4 


28:45 
0.0 


E 


S 


16 


0:10 
0.0 


6:16 
2.5 


12:50 
0.0 


18:47 
2.2 


M 


16 


0:38 
0.1 


6:41 
2.6 


18:28 
0.1 


19A'> 

1.9 




Th|17 


5:44 
2.2 


12:08 
0.0 


18:08 
2.4 






§ 


17 


1:00 
0.0 


7:04 
2.6 


18:41 
-0.1 


19:39 
2.2 


ITu 

1 


17 


1:21 
0.1 


7:28 
2.7 


14:16 
0.0 


20:12 
1-3 




F|18 


0:38 
-0.1 


6:38 
2.4 


13:04 
—0.1 


19:04 
2.5 




M 


18 


1:45 
0.0 


7:45 
2.7 


14:29 
-0.2 


20:25 
2.1 


'w 

1 


18 


2K» 
0.1 


8:11 
2.7 


15HX> 
0.0 


20:55 i 
1.9 




8 19 


1:26 
—0.1 


7:27 
2.6 


13:56 
—0.2 


19:53 
2.6 


O 


Tu 


19 


2:80 
0.0 


8:32 
2.8 


15:15 
-0.2 


21:07 
2.1 


O Th 

j 


19 


2:51 
0.2 


8:53 
2.7 


15:41 
0.0 


21:35 
1.9 


£ 


8 20 

1 


2:11 
-0.2 


8:12 
2.7 


14:43 
-0.8 


20:41 
2.4 




W 


20 


8:13 
0.0 


9:14 
2.8 


15:59 
—0.1 


21:50 
2.0 


N|F 


20 


8:86 
0.2 


9:83 
2.7 


16:21 
0.0 


22:14 1 
1.9 


o 


M 21 


2:54 
-0.2 


8:55 
2.8 


15:80 
-0.3 


21:25 
2.4 




Th 


21 


3:56 
0.1 


9:56 
2.7 


16:42 
—0.1 


22:31 
2.0 


|S 


21 


4:18 
0.8 


10:13 
2.6 


17KB 
0.0 


22:51 . 
1.9 




Tn22 


3:37 
-0.1 


9:88 
2.8 


16:16 
—0.3 


22:08 
2.3 




F 


22 


4:40 
0.8 


10:88 
2.6 


17:27 
0.0 


23:18 
1.9 


A|g 


22 


5:01 
0.4 


10:61 
2.5 


17:43 
0.0 


28:32 

1.9 1 




W 23 


4:21 
0.0 


10:20 
2.8 


17:02 
—0.2 


22:52 
2.1 


N 


S 


23 


5:27 
0.4 


11:19 
2.6 


18:18 
0.1 


. . . 


iM 23 


6:47 
0.6 


11:32 
2.4 


18:27 
0.1 


: : ;I 




Th 24 


5:05 
0.1 


]1K>4 
2.7 


17:50 
—0.1 


23:37 
2.0 




s 


24 


0:00 
1.8 


6:15 
0.5 


12:02 
2.8 


19:01 
0.1 


iTu|24 

1 


0:14 
L9 


6:34 
0.5 


12:11 
2.3 


19:11 
0.2 1 




F 25 


5:53 
0.3 


11:49 
2.5 


18:41 
0.1 




A 


M 


25 


0:49 
1.8 


7:08 
0.6 


12:48 
2.2 


19:50 
0.2 


|W!25 


0:57 
2.0 


7:24 
0.6 


12:52 
2.1 


19:54 
0.2 ' 




S 


26 


0:26 
1.9 


6:45 
0.5 


12:37 
2.4 


19:34 
0.2 




Tu 


26 


1:40 
1.8 


8:03 
0.7 


13:35 
2.1 


20:39 
0.3 


'Th26 


1:43 
2.1 


8:16 
0.5 


13.-37 
2.0 


20:SS 

0.3 1 


N 


s 


27 


1:21 
1.7 


7:40 
0.6 


13:28 
2.2 


20:28 
0.3 


c 


W 


27 


2:33 
1.9 


9:00 
0.6 


14:27 
2.0 


21:28 
0.8 


<C 1 F 1 27 


2:82 
2.2 


9:11 
0.5 


14:29 
2.0 


21:25 
0.3 


A 


M 


28 


2:21 
1.7 


8:40 
0.7 


14:22 
2.1 


21:24 
0.4 




Th 


28 


3:24 
2.0 


9:55 
0.6 


15:22 
1.9 


22:17 
0.3 


E 


S 128 


8:21 
2.8 


10:06 
0.4 


15:24 
2.0 


22:11 1 
0.3 1 


c 


Tu'29 

1 


3:22 
1.7 


9:41 
0.7 


15:20 
2.0 


22:12 
0.4 




F 


29 


4:12 
2.1 


10:48 
0.5 


16:18 
2.0 


23:02 
0.3 




S|29 

1 


4:11 
2.4 


11:00 
0.8 


16:23 
1.9 


23.-00 
0.3 




W 30 


4:18 
1.8 


10-38 
0.6 


16:12 
2.0 


23:05 
0.3 


E 


S 


30 


4:58 
2.3 


11:37 
0.3 


17:11 
2.0 


23:46 
0.2 


1 M ' 30 

1 


2.6 


11:54 
0.1 


17:22 
2.0 


23:48 1 
0.2 ' 




Th 


31 


6:05 
1.9 


11:29 
0.5 


17:11 
2.0 


28-50 
0.3 


















Tu 

leigl 
eigh 
ey C 
wun 

hou 
terr 
>, mc 


31 


5:55 
2.7 


12:46 
0.0 


18:19 
2.0 


i 


a( 

fn 
l.i 
m 

Ca 

eq 

i 


Th 
?omi 
)m ^ 

5 fee 

in lis 

Th 

.m.) 

•. 
uau 




etid 

)aris 

lean 

bel 

(-) 
etin 
.all 
new 
)r. A 


es are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whe 

Low Water, which is the datum of soundir 
ow mean sea level. To And the depth of W8 
sign is before the height, in which ca-^^e sufc 
ae used is Eastern Standard, 75th meridian 
greater are in tljfi afternoon (p. m.) and whe 

moon; 5), 1st quar.; O. full moon; C, 3d q 
I, F, moon in apogee or perigee. 


th their times on the first line and 1 
ther it is high or low water. The h 
igs on the Coast and Geodetic Surv 
Iter, add the tabular height to the 
tract it. 

W.: 0»« is midnight. 12»» is noon; all 
n diminished by 12 give the times al 
uar.; E, moon on the equator; N, g 


itso 
ta, ii 
hart 
dins 

irs le 
icon 
)on f 


1 
n the second line of each day; , 
1 feet and tenths, are reckoned i 
s for this region, and which is 
's given on the chart, unless a I 

ss than 12 are in the forenoon i 
: for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. , 
arthest north or aouth of the 1 

1 



WILLET8 POINT (U. 8. Engineers School), NEW YORK, 1907. 



81 



JANUARY. 


rEBHUAET. 


JIAKCH. 


1 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of High and 
Low wnier. 


n 


Eteyof- 


Time and Het|rht nf High and 
Low Water. 


1 


imrof- 


HmeiL&dHelgbtofHlgliaiid 
LowWatet, | 


W. 


Mo. 


Vf. 


Mo. 


w. 


Ma 




Tu 


1 


6:50 
0.4 


11:56 
7.7 


18:24 
-0.4 


. . . 




F 


1 


0:82 
7.8 


6:45 
-0.3 


12:47 
7.9 


19:06 
-0.7 




F 


1 


6:40 
—0.7 


11:46 
8.1 


18:00 . . . 
— 0.9 . . . 




W 


2 


0:19 
7.1 


6:26 
0.3 


12:33 
7.6 


18:59 
-0.4 




S 


2 


1:15 
7.9 


7:25 
-0.8 


13:30 
7.8 


19:47 
-0.5 


E 


S 


2 


0:06 
8.3 


6:24 
—0.8 


12:25 18:40 
8.1 —0.9 




Th 


3 


0:56 
7.8 


7:06 
0.2 


13:11 
7.6 


19:35 
-0.4 


£ 


s 


3 


1:69 
8.0 


8:13 
—0.3 


14:15 
7.6 


20:81 
—0.8 




s 


3 


0:60 
8.4 


7^)6 
-0.8 


13:09 19:20 
8.0 -0.7 




F 


4 


1:40 
7.4 


7:50 
0.2 


13:54 
7.5 


20:16 
-0.3 




M 


4 


2:48 
7.9 


9K)8 
—0.2 


15:03 
7.8 


21:20 
-0.1 




M 


4 


1:36 
8.8 


7:51 
-0.7 


18:64 20.<)5 
7.7 -0.4 




S 


6 


2:25 
7.6 


8:36 
0.2 


14:40 
7.3 


21:00 
—0.2 


c 


Tu 


5 


8:89 

7.8 


10:00 
0.0 


16K)0 
7.0 


22:15 
0.2 




Tu 


5 


2:22 
8.1 


8:40 
—0.4 


14:43 20:65 
7.8 0.0 




§ 


6 


8:15 
7.6 


9:28 
0.2 


16:30 
7.2 


21:50 
0.0 




W 


6 


4:34 
7.6 


11:08 
0.1 


16:56 
6.8 


23:15 
0.4 




W 


6 


8:12 

7.8 


9:88 
-0.1 


16:37 21:50 
6.9 0.4 


E 


M 


7 


Aim 
7.6 


1025 
0.2 


16:26 
7.0 


22:45 
0.1 




Th 


7 


5:86 
7.5 


12:10 
0.2 


18:05 
6.6 




c 


Th 


7 


4:10 
7.4 


10:44 
0.2 


16:88 22:58 
6.6 0.7 




Tu 


8 


5.-04 
7.6 


11:29 
0.1 


17:25 
6.9 


23:42 
0.2 




F 


8 


0:25 
0.5 


6:44 
7.6 


13:20 
0.1 


19:16 
6.6 


s 


F 


8 


6:15 
7.2 


11:56 
0.4 


17:60 . . . 
6.3 .. . 




W 


9 


6:05 

7.7 


12:35 
0.0 


18:88 
6.9 




8 


S 


9 


1:38 
0.4 


7:49 
7.6 


14:31 
-0.2 


20:27 
6.8 


p 


S 


9 


0:16 
0.8 


6:28 
7.0 


18:16 19:12 
0.3 6.4 




Th 


10 


0:45 
0.2 


7:04 
7.9 


13:39 
—0.2 


19:33 
7.0 


P 


s 


10 


2:48 
0.2 


8:61 

7.8 


15:34 
-0.6 


21:81 
7.2 




s 


10 


1:42 
0.7 


7:40 
7.1 


14:80 20:27 
—0. 1 6. 7 




F 


11 


1:60 
0.0 


8.-05 
8.1 


14:41 
-0.6 


20:36 
7.2 




M 


11 


8:50 
-0.2 


9:51 
8.1 


16:26 
— LO 


22:29 
7.5 




M 


11 


2:62 
0.2 


8:50 
7.4 


15:26 21:80 
-0.5 7.2 


p 


S 


12 


2:53 
-0.1 


9H)4 
8.3 


16:40 
—0.9 


21:38 
7.4 


• 


Tu 


12 


4:46 
-0.6 


10:45 
8.2 


17:20 
-LI 


28:21 

7.8 




Tu 


12 


3:60 
-0.8 


9:50 

7.8 


16.-20 22:20 
—0.8 7.6 


' s 

1 


8 


13 


3:54 
—0.3 


10:00 
8.5 


16:35 
—1.2 


22:35 
7.6 




W 


13 


5:40 
—0.7 


11:38 

8.2 


18:08 
—1.2 






W 


13 


4:42 
-0.6 


10:38 
7.9 


17.-06 28:10 
-LO 7.9 


1 
• 


M 


14 


4-.50 
—0.5 


10:55 

8.5 


17:30 
-1.8 


23:31 
7.7 




Th 


14 


0K)9 
7.9 


6:31 
—0.7 


12:28 
8.0 


18:66 
—1.0 


• 


Th 


14 


6:82 
-0.8 


11:30 
8.0 


17:50 28:60 
— LO 8.0 




Tu 


15 


6:47 
-0.5 


11:47 
8.4 


18:20 
—1.2 


% 




F 


15 


0:58 
7.8 


7:21 
-0.5 


13:15 
7.7 


19:43 

—0.7 


E 


F 


15 


6.15 
-0.9 


12:12 
7.8 


18:35 . . . 
—0.8 . . . 




W 


16 


0:23 
7.7 


6:40 
—0.5 


12:40 
8.2 


19:16 
-1.0 


E 


S 


16 


1:48 
7.7 


8:12 
—0.3 


14:06 
7.3 


20:32 
—0.2 




8 


16 


0:32 
8.0 


7:00 
—0.7 


12:55 19:16 
7.5 -0.5 




Th 


17 


1:16 
7.6 


7:36 
-0.3 


13:82 

7.8 


20:05 
—0.7 




s 


17 


2:80 
7.4 


9:04 
0.1 


14:55 

6.8 


21:20 
0.8 




S 


17 


1:12 
7.8 


7:45 
-0.4 


13:36 19:56 
7.1 0.0 




F 


18 


2:10 
7.4 


8:35 
0.0 


14:30 
7.3 


21:00 
-0.3 




M 


18 


3:18 
7.1 


10:00 
0.4 


15:45 
6.3 


22:15 
0.7 




M 


18 


1:55 
7.5 


8:80 
0.0 


14:20 20:40 
6.7 0.5 


£ 


S 


19 


3:04 
7.2 


9:38 
0.3 


15:26 
6.8 


21:56 
0.1 


}) 


Tu 


19 


4:08 
6.8 


UKX) 
0.7 


16:40 
5.9 


28:10 
LI 




Tu 


19 


2:85 
7.1 


9:16 
0.4 


15:00 21:24 
6.3 0.9 




s 


20 


4K)0 
7.0 


10:40 
0.4 


16.'25 
6.4 


23K)0 
0.4 




W 


20 


5:00 
6.5 


12:00 
0.7 


17:40 
5.6 






W 


20 


3:20 
6.8 


10:06 
0.7 


16:45 22:10 
6.9 1.3 


3) 


M 


21 


4:57 
6.8 


11:47 
0.5 


17:30 
6.1 


23:57 
0.6 


A 


Th 


21 


0:06 
1.3 


5:66 
6.4 


13:00 
0.7 


18:47 
6.6 


A 

3) 


Th 


21 


4:06 
6.5 


10:58 
0.9 


16:85 28:05 
5.7 L5 


! 


Tu 


22 


5:55 
6.7 


12:46 
0.5 


18:36 
6.9 


. . . 




F 


22 


1:09 
L8 


6:50 
6.4 


13:60 
0.6 


19:40 
6.7 


N 


F 


22 


4:58 
6.3 


11:66 
LO 


17:80 . . . 
5.6 . . . , 


1 
1 


W 


23 


0:54 
0.8 


6:47 
6.7 


18:40 
0.4 


19:45 
6.0 


N 


8 


23 


1:56 
1.2 


7:40 
6.6 


li'M 
0.5 


20:24 
5.9 




S 


23 


0:06 
L6 


5:50 
6.3 


12:52 18:31 
LO 5.7 




Th 


24 


1:48 
0.8 


7:89 
6.8 


14:29 
0.2 


20:28 
6.0 




8 


24 


2:89 
1.0 


8:25 
6.8 


15:14 
0.2 


20:58 
6.3 




8 


24 


1H)5 
L4 


6:50 
6.4 


13:40 19:25 
0.8 6.0 


^ 


F 


25 


2:35 
. 0.8 


8:25 
6.9 


15:11 
0.1 


21.-09 
6.1 




M 


25 


3:15 
0.7 


9K)7 
7.2 


15:45 
0.0 


21:35 
6.7 




M 


25 


1:56 
1.0 


7:40 
6.7 


14:20 20:10 
0.4 6.5 




S 


26 


8:20 
0.7 


9:06 

7.1 


15:61 
-0.1 


21:42 
6.8 




Tu 


26 


3:50 
0.3 


9:46 
7.5 


16:15 
-0.3 


22:10 
7.2 




Tu 


26 


2:40 
0.6 


8:29 
7.0 


15:00 20:64 
0.0 7.1 


N 


§ 


27 


8:50 
0.6 


9:40 
7.8 


16:19 
-0.2 


22:10 
6.6 




W 


27 


4:25 
-0.1 


10:26 

7.8 


16:50 
-0.6 


22:46 

7.7 




W 


27 


3:20 
0.1 


9:14 
7.4 


15:40 21:37 
-0.4 7.7 




M 


28 


4:21 
0.5 


10:17 
7.6 


16:50 
—0.3 


22:40 
6.9 


o 


Th 


28 


5:00 
-0.4 


11:05 
8.0 


17:25 
-0.8 


23:26 
8.1 




Th 


28 


3:58 
-0.4 


9-56 

7.8 


16:16 22:18 
—0.7 8.2 





Tu 


29 


4:51 
0.2 


10:51 
7.7 


17:23 
—0.5 


23:19 
7.2 
















g 


F 


29 


4:38 
—0.8 


10:38 
8.1 


16:54 23.-00 
-0.9 8.5 




W 30 


5:25 
0.0 


11:29 

7.8 


17:54 
-0.6 


23:54 
7.5 


1 














S 


30 


5:20 
-0.1 


11:20 
8.2 


17:34 23:40 
— LO 8.7 




Th'si 


6:08 
-0.2 


12:08 
7.9 


18:30 
-0.7 




















s 


31 


6:00 
— L2 


12:04 
8.2 


18:15 . . . 
— LO . . . 


The tides are placed in the order of occurrence, wl 
a comDarlson of consecutive heights will indicate whe 
from Mean Low Water, which is the datum of sound 
8.6 feet below mean sea level. To find the depth of w 
minus (- ) sign is before the height, in which case sub 

The time used is Eastern Standard, 75th meridian 
(a.m.), all greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and v/he 

#, new moon: }), 1st quar.; Q, full moon; (£, 3*1 
equator; A, P, moon In apogee or perigee. 


th their times on the first line and heights c 
ther it is high or low water. The heights, ir 
ngs on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Chai 
ater, add the tabular height to the soundini 
tract it. 

W.: 0»> is midnight, 12»« is noon; all hours U 
n diminished by 12 give the times after nooi 
quar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moot 


m the second line of each day: 
I feet and tenths, are reckoned 
■ts for this tegion, and which is 
^ given on the chart, unless a 

iss than 12 are In the forenoon 
i; for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. , 
I farthest north or south of the 



1223—06 6 



82 



WILLETS POINT (U. S. Engineers School), NEW YORK, 1907. 



1 APRIL. 




MAY. 






JUNE. 


i 


Diiyof- 

W. Mo. 

1 


Tfmt^and Heiaht nf High und 
LowWnter. 


3 


Dayol- 


Tiiiw AQd Beltfht of Hi«ti tnd 


i 


Dlyof^ 


Time And Uoight of High and 

Low Water. 


w. 
W 


Mo. 

1 


W. 


Mo, 




M 1 


0:27 

8.7 


6:49 
—1.2 


12:50 
8.0 


]9K)0 
—0.7 


0.54 
8.6 


7:20 
—LI 


18:21 
7.6 


1980 
-0.2 




S 


1 


2:26 
7.6 


905 
-0.8 


15:08 
6.9 


21:35 
0.6 


p 


Tul 2 


1:13 
8.5 


7:35 
—0.9 


13:36 
7.7 


19:47 
-0.8 


8 


Th 


2 


1:44 
8.1 


8:14 
-0.6 


1415 
7.2 


20:29 
0.8 




8 


2 


3-80 
7.0 


10:12 
0.1 


16:18 
6.7 


23300 
0,7 




Wl 3 

j 


2:00 
8.2 


8:26 
—0.6 


14.-28 
7.3 


20:38 
0.1 




F 


3 


2:40 
7.6 


9:15 
-0.2 


15:ld 
6.8 


2186 
0.7 


€ 


M 


3 


440 
6.6 


1127 
0.2 


17:36 
6.7 


. . . 




ThI 4 

i 


2:55 

7.7 


9:25 
-0.1 


15:24 
6.9 


21:40 
0.6 


C 


S 


4 


8:40 
7.1 


10:25 
0.2 


16 26 
6.6 


23.04 
LO 




Tu 


4 


0K)6 
0.6 


6.05 
6.5 


1255 
0.2 


18:48 
0.9 


s 


F 


5 


8:65 
7.2 


10:32 
0.8 


16:30 
6.4 


22:65 
0.9 




8 


5 


4:60 
6.7 


11:46 
0.4 


17:46 
6.4 




£ 


W 


6 


1.-24 
02 


7-16 
6.5 


18:38 
0.1 


19:42 

7.2 i 




S 


6 


5:04 
6.8 


11:51 
0.5 


17:49 
6.2 






M 


6 


0:30 
0.8 


6:14 
6.6 


12:68 
0.8 


19K» 
6.7 




Th 


6 


2:20 
—02 


8:20 
6.7 


14-34 
-0.1 


20:34 
7.4 




s 


7 


0:25 
1.0 


6:21 
6.7 


13:12 
0.8 


19:15 
6.4 




Tu 


7 


1:40 
0.8 


7.80 
6.7 


14KK 
—0.1 


20.08 
7.1 




F 


7 


8:10 
—0.4 


912 
6.8 


15:24 
—0.2 


21:19' 
7.6 




M 


8 


1:50 
0.6 


7:41 
6.8 


14:20 
0.0 


20:25 
6.9 




W 


8 


2:40 
-0.2 


8:40 
7.0 


15.-00 
-0.4 


21:00 
7.5 




S 


8 


8:55 
-0.6 


10-00 
6.9 


16.-05 
-0.2 


22K» 

7.8 t 




Tu 


9 


2:54 
0.0 


8:47 
7.2 


16:15 
-0.4 


21:20 
7.4 


£ 


Th 


9 


8:80 
-0.6 


9:80 
7.2 


15:46 
-0.5 


21:44 
7.8 




8 


9 


4:88 
-0.7 


10:40 
6.9 


16:45 
0.0 


22:36 

7.7 




W 


10 


8:45 
-0.5 


9:43 
7.5 


16K)5 
-0.7 


22:06 

7.8 




F 


10 


4:18 
—0.8 


10:18 
7.8 


16:80 
-0.5 


22:25 
7.9 


• 


M 


10 


6:16 
-07 


11:15 
6.8 


17.^ 
0.2 


28:12 
7.7 


£ 


Th 11 


4^6 
-0.8 


10:82 
7.7 


16:50 
-0.8 


22:60 
8.0 




S 


11 


6.-00 
-0.9 


11:00 
7.8 


17:12 
—0.4 


28.04 
8,0 




Tu 


11 


-0.6 


1146 
6.7 


17:60 
0.4 


23:44 

7.6 j 


• 


F 


12 


5:16 
—1.0 


11:16 
7.7 


17:82 
-0.7 


28:80 
8.1 


• 


s 


12 


6:88 
-0.8 


U:86 
7.2 


17:46 
-0.1 


28:86 
7.9 


A 

N 


W 


12 


6:22 
-0.4 


12:14 
6.7 


18:20 
0.6 






S 


13 


6:00 
-0.9 


11:55 
7.5 


18:10 
-0.6 


: : : 




M 


13 


6:16 
—0.7 


12:10 
6.9 


18.-20 
0.2 


. . . 




Th 


13 


0:18 
7.6 


60^2 
-0.2 


12:44 
6.7 


18:50' 
0.6 




s 


14 


0:10 
8.0 


6:40 
—0.7 


12:85 
7.2 


18:60 
-0.1 




Tu 


14 


0:10 
7.7 


6:60 
-0.4 


12:46 
6.7 


18:58 
0.6 




F 


14 


0'.60 
7.8 


7:26 
-0.1 


18:16 
6.7 


19:24 

a? 




M 16 


0:45 
7.8 


7:20 
-0.5 


18:10 
6.9 


19:25 
0.8 




W 


16 


0:48 
7.6 


7:24 
-0.1 


18:14 
6.6 


19:20 
0.7 




rS 


16 


7.2 


8.00 
0.1 


18-.56 
6.8 


20:05 
0.7 




Tu 16 


1:20 
7.5 


7:58 
-0.1 


18:46 
6.6 


19-.58 
0.7 


A 
N 


Th 


16 


1:22 
7.2 


7:66 
0.1 


18:60 
6.4 


19:56 
0.9 




8 


16 


2:10 
7.0 


8:86 
0.2 


14:40 
6.9 


2D:50| 
0.7 




W 17 


1:58 
7.2 


8:86 
0.8 


14:24 
6.8 


20-.85 
1.0 




F 


17 


2:00 
7.0 


8:86 
0.4 


1428 
6.4 


20:86 
LI 




M 


17 


265 
6.9 


9:19 
0.2 


16.^ 
7.0 


21:40 1 

0.7 1 


A 


Th 18 

1 


2:87 
6.9 


9:16 
0.6 


15:05 
6.1 


21:17 
1.3 




S 


18 


2:42 
6.8 


9:16 
0.5 


15:14 
6.4 


21:24 
L2 


3) 


Tu 


18 


8:44 
6.8 


10 06 
0.3 


16:18 
7.1 


22:35 
0.6, 


N 


F 


19 


8:20 
6.6 


10:00 
0.8 


15:60 
6.0 


22K)6 
1.4 




s 


19 


8.'28 
6.6 


10:00 
0.6 


16.-02 
6.4 


22:18 
1.1 




W 


19 


485 
6.7 


10:66 
0.8 


17:11 
7.3 


28:36* 
0.4 


D 


S 


20 


4:10 
6.4 


10:51 
0.9 


16:42 
5.9 


28:04 
L6 


D 


M 


20 


4.-20 
6.5 


10:50 
0.6 


16:66 
6.6 


28:16 
LO 


fi 


Th 


20 


6:82 
6.8 


1150 
0.2 


18K)6 
7.6 


: : :| 




S 21 


5:02 
6.8 


11:45 
0.9 


17:40 
6.1 


. . . 




Tu 


21 


5:15 
6.5 


11:44 
0.5 


17:60 
6.9 






F 


21 


0:40 
0.1 


680 
6.9 


12:48 
0.1 


19:05 
7.9, 




M 22 

1 


0K)5 
1.3 


6K)0 
6.4 


12:40 
0.7 


18:85 
6.4 




W 


22 


0:20 
0.7 


6:12 
6.7 


12:87 
0.8 


18:46 
7.8 




S 


22 


1:88 
—0.2 


7.30 
7.1 


13:45 
-0.2 


20:001 
8.2 




Tu'23 


1:10 
0.9 


7:00 
6.6 


13:80 
0.4 


19:28 
6.9 


E 


Th 


23 


1:17 
0.8 


7:10 
6.9 


18:80 
0.0 


19:40 

7.8 




8 


23 


2.86 
-0.6 


8:28 
7.8 


14:42 
-0.4 


20:56 
8.5. 




W I 24 


1:58 
0.4 


7:50 
7.0 


14:15 
0.0 


20:18 
7.5 




F 


24 


2:10 
-0.2 


8KM 
7.8 


14:20 
—0.8 


20.82 
8.2 




M 


24 


8:30 
-LO 


9:24 
7.6 


15:89 
-0.5 


21:50 
8.7 




Th 25 


2:45 
—0.1 


8:40 

7.4 


15:00 
-0.4 


21:06 
8.0 




S 


25 


8K)3 
-0.7 


8:56 
7.6 


15:11 
-0.6 


21:20 

8.7 


9 


Tu 


25 


4:20 
-L3 


10:20 
7.8 


16:30 
-0.6 


22:41 

8.8 


E 


F,26 


3:30 
—0.7 


9:26 

7.8 


15:45 
-0.7 


21:49 
8.5 




8 


26 


8:60 
—1.1 


9:46 
7.9 


16K)0 
-0.8 


22:10 

8.9 


8 


W 


26 


5:15 
— L4 


1112 
7.9 


17:25 
-0.6 


2S-.85I 

8.7 




S 27 


4:14 
—1.1 


10:12 
8.1 


16.-25 
-0.9 


22:84 
8.8 


o 


M 


27 


4:40 
—1.4 


10:35 
8.0 


16:48 
-0.8 


22.58 
9.0 




Th 


27 


6.-06 
—1.4 


12.06 

7.8 


18:20 
—0.5 


1 


O 


S|28 


5:00 
—1.3 


10:58 
8.2 


17:09 
-1.0 


28:20 
9.0 


p 


Tu 


28 


5:26 
-1.6 


11:28 
8.0 


17:85 
-0.7 


23:48 
8.8 




F 


28 


0.-26 

8.4 


7.00 
—1.1 


13.00 

7.8 


19:18 1 
—0.3 




M 29 


5:45 
—1.4 


11:44 
8.2 


17:54 
-0.9 




8 


W 


29 


6:20 
—1.4 


12:16 
7.9 


18:27 
—0.5 






S 


29 


120 
8.0 


7.62 
-0.8 


13:68 
74 


20:18 , 
0.0 1 


P 


Tu 30 

1 


0:05 
8.9 


6:30 
-L8 


12:31 
8.0 


18:40 
—0.6 




Th 
F 


30 
31 


0:38 
8.5 

1:80 
8.1 


7:10 
—LI 

8:05 
—0.7 


13:10 
7.6 

14.07 
7.3 


19:22 
-0.2 

20:23 
0.2 




8 


30 


2.16 
7.6 


862 
-0.5 


15.00 
7.2 


21:25 
0.3 

I 


The tid 
a comparisi 
from ilean 
3.6 feet bel 
minus (— ) 


68 are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
Dn of consecutive heights will indicate whet 
Low Water, which is the datum of soundi 
ow mean sea level. To find the depth of w 
sigrn is before the height, in which case sub 


th their times on the first line and heights o 
her it is high or low water. The heights, ie 
ngs on the Ck)a8t and Geodetic Survey Chart 
ftter, add the tabular height to the sounding 
tract it. 


n the second line of each day: ' 
I feet and tenths, are reckoned i 
ts for this region, and which is 
ta given on the chart, nniess a 


The tit 

(a.m.), all 


Qe used Is Eastern Standard, 75th meridian 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and wh< 


W.; O** is midnight, 12»» te noon; all hours U 
m diminished by 12 give the times after noon 


sss than 12 are in the forenoon i 
. for instance, 16:47 ia 8:47 p. m. 


#, new 
equator; A 


-moon; J 
, P, moon 


;, Istquar.; Q, full moon; C. 3d q 
in apogee or perigee. 


Luar.; £, moon on the equator, N, S, moon 


farthest north or south of the | 

1 



WILLETS POINT (U. 8. Engineer School), NEW YORK, 1907. 



88 



— 


Day 





JULY. 




1 


AUaUBT. 1 






SEPTEMBER. 






d 


of- 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


s 


Dayor- 


Time and Height of Higb and 
Low WatL-r. 


S 


Dayi>f- 


Time And Height of HU 
Low WMer. 


;h nml 

1 

18:46 
6.4 


W. Mo. 


W..MO., 


W. Ua 




M 1 


3:15 
7.1 


9:64 
-0.1 


16:00 
7.0 


22:36 
0.4 




Th 


1 


6.-06 
6.2 


11:30 
0.6 


17:32 
6.8 


. . . 




S 


1 


0:45 
0.6 


6:40 
6.7 


18:00 
1.1 


jlTu 2 


4:26 
6.6 


IIKX)- 
0.2 


17K» 
6.9 


28:50 
0.4 




F 


2 


0:22 
0.4 


6:15 
6Ji 


12:35 
0.7 


18:80 
6.7 


N 
A 


M 


2 


1:41 
0.5 


7:36 
6.8 


13:56 
1.0 


19:38 
6.6 


W 3 

1 


5:38 
6.3 


12:05 
0.4 


18:10 
6.9 






S 


3 


1:26 
0.3 


7:22 
6.0 


13:35 
0.7 


19:80 
6.8 




Tu 


3 


2:28 
0.4 


8:26 
6.0 


14:45 
0.8 


20:26 
6.7 


iTh 4 


0:55 
0.3 


6:48 
6.3 


13:10 
0.3 


19:10 
7.0 




s 


4 


2:16 
0.2 


8:20 
6.1 


14:30 
0.6 


20:22 
6.9 




W 


4 


3:10 
0.2 


9:04 
6.2 


15:26 
0.6 


21:07 
6.9 


' 


F 


5 


1:55 
0.1 


7:66 
6.4 


14K)6 
0.8 


20K« 
7.2 


A' 


M 


5 


8:06 
0.0 


9:10 
6.2 


16:16 
0.6 


21:04 
7.0 




Th 


5 


8:45 
0.0 


9:35 
6.6 


15:68 
0.4 


21:40 
7.2 


' S 


6 


2:45 
-0.2 


8:50 
6.5 


14J56 
0.2 


20:50 
7.8 


N 


Tu 


6 


3:45 
-0.1 


9:46 
6.3 


15:55 
0.5 


21:40 
7.2 




F 


6 


4:15 
-0.1 


10:05 
7.0 


16:26 
0.1 


22:16 
7.5 


1 


S 


7 


3:32 
—0.3 


9:38 
6.5 


15:41 
0.2 


21:82 
7.4 




W 


7 


4:26 
—0.2 


10:18 
6.6 


16-26 
0.4 


22:16 
7.8 


• 


S 


7 


4:46 
—0.4 


10:36 
7.6 


16:56 
—0.8 


22:64 
7.7 




M 8 

1 


4:15 
-0.4 


10:19 
6.6 


16:22 
0.3 


22:10 
7.5 




Th 


8 


4:66 
-0.8 


10:44 
6.8 


16:66 
0.8 


22:47 
7.5 




8 


8 


6:12 
-0.6 


11:14 
7.9 


17:30 
—0.6 


28:80 
7.9 


\a 


Tuj 9 


4:52 
—0.5 


10:54 
6.6 


16:65 
0.4 


22:45 
7.5 


• 


F 


9 


6:20 
-0.3 


11:10 
7.1 


17:24 
0.1 


23.'24 
7.6 


E 


M 


9 


6:46 
0.7 


11:50 


18K)9 
-0.7 


: : : 


N W 


10 


6:25 
—0.4 


11:18 
6.6 


17:25 
0.4 


28:16 
7.5 




S 


10 


6:60 
—0.4 


11:45 
7.4 


17:65 
—0.1 


23-.66 
7.7 




Tu 


10 


0:06 
6.9 


6:22 
-0.8 


12:80 
8.3 


18:47 
-0.8 


1 


Th 


11 


6:61 
-0.3 


11:44 
6.7 


17:54 
0.4 


28:50 
7.6 




§ 


11 


6^20 
-0.6 


12:20 
7.6 


18:80 
—0.2 


. . . 




W 


11 


0:60 
7.9 


7KX) 
—0.7 


18:12 
8.8 


19:80 
-0.8 




F 


12 


6:22 
-0.8 


12:14 
7.0 


18:20 
0.4 


. . . 




M 


12 


0:36 
7.7 


6:64 
-0.5 


13:00 
7.8 


19:10 
-0.8 




Th 


12 


1:30 
7.7 


7:42 
—0.5 


13:58 
8.2 


20:19 
-0.6 


1 

1 


S 


13 


0:24 
7.6 


6:52 
-0.8 


12:48 
7.1 


18:57 
0.3 


£ 


Tu 


13 


1:16 
7.7 


7-.80 
-0.5 


13:40 
7.9 


19:55 
-0.8 




F 


13 


2:18 
7.4 


8:30 
—0.2 


14:46 
7.9 


21:10 
—0.3 




s 


14 


IKX) 
7.4 


735 
-0.2 


13d» 
7.3 


19:86 
0.2 




W 


14 


1:66 
7.5 


8:10 
—0.4 


14:25 
7.9 


20:40 
—0.3 


D 


S 


14 


3:08 
7.1 


9:20 
0.2 


15:40 
7.6 


22:08 
0.0 


M 


15 


1:40 
7.8 


8:02 
-0.2 


14:10 
7.4 


2052 
0.2 




Th 


15 


2:40 
7.4 


8:55 
-0.2 


15:14 
7.8 


21:81 
-0.2 




8 


15 


4:06 
6.8 


10:20 
0.6 


16:40 
7.8 


28:16 
0.8 


1 


Tu 


16 


2:24 
7.2 


8:40 
-0.1 


14:56 
7.5 


21.08 
0.2 


}) 


F 


16 


3:32 
7.1 


9:46 
0.1 


16:06 
7.7 


22:30 
0.0 


8 


M 


16 


6:11 
6.6 


11 -.84 
0.8 


17:60 
7.1 


. . . 1 


Ie 


W 


17 


• 8:10 
7.1 


9:27 
0.0 


15:46 
. 7.5 


22:00 
0.2 




S 


17 


4:28 
6.9 


10:44 
0.8 


17K» 
7.6 


28:35 
0.1 




Tu 


17 


0:80 
0.4 


6:27 
6.4 


12:66 
0.7 


19:00 
7.1 


1 j'Th 18 

1 1 


4:00 
7.0 


10:17 
0,1 


16:38 
7.6 


23O0 
0.2 




8 


18 


6:80 
6.7 


11:46 
0.6 


18 K» 
7.6 


. . . 


P 


W 


18 


1:45 
0.1 


7:42 
6.7 


14:16 
0.4 


20:10 
7.8 


1 


Fjl9 


4:66 
6.9 


11:12 
0.2 


17:36 
7.6 


. . . 




M 


19 


0:46 
0.1 


6:40 
6.6 


13K)0 
0.6 


19:16 
7.5 




Th 


19 


2:60 
—0.3 


8:51 
7.1 


16:20 
—0.1 


21:16 
7.6 


! 8 20 


0:04 
0.1 


6:56 
6.8 


12:14 
0.2 


18:36 
7.7 


8 


Tu 


20 


1:55 
-0.1 


7:48 
6.8 


14:18 
0.3 


20:20 

7.7 




F 


20 


3:50 
-0.7 


9:48 
7.6 


16:14 
-0.6 


22:11 
7.9 


si 21 


1:10 
—0.1 


7.00 
6.9 


13:18 
0.1 


19:36 
7.9 


P 


W 


21 


8K)0 
-0.6 


8:56 
7.1 


15.-20 
-0.1 


21:24 
8.0 


C 


S 


21 


4:39 
-0.9 


10:39 
8.0 


17.-00 
-0.9 


28:03 
8.0 


Ml 22 


2:12 
-0.4 


8:05 
7.0 


14:21 
0.0 


20:85 

8.2 




Th 


22 


4:00 
-0.8 


9:57 
7.5 


16:20 
-0.6 


22:18 
8.2 


E 


8 


22 


5:26 
— LO 


11:25 
8.2 


17:52 
— LO 


23:60 
8.0 


8 Tu 23 


3:12 
-0.7 


9K)6 
7.3 


15.-25 
—0.3 


21:34 
8.4 


O 


F 


23 


4:50 
—1.1 


10:50 

7.8 


17:16 
—0.7 


28:12 
8.3 




M 


23 


6:10 
-0.9 


12:10 
8.2 


18:40 
-0.9 




C , 


24 


4:10 
—1.0 


10:05 
7.6 


16:24 
—0.5 


22:30 
8.5 




S 


24 


6:42 
— L2 


11:42 
8.0 


18K)4 
-0.8 






Tu 


24 


0:35 
7.7 


6:54 
-0.6 


12:54 
8.0 


19-27 
-0.7 


Th 


25 


5:00 
-1.2 


11:03 

7.8 


17:20 
—0.6 


28:20 
8.5 




s 


25 


0:04 
8.2 


6:32 
—LI 


12:80 
8.1 


18-58 
—0.8 




W 


25 


1:20 
7.3 


7:40 
-0.2 


18:35 
7.7 


20:12 
—0.4 


i F 26 


5:56 
—1.3 


11:56 
7.9 


18:14 
-0.6 




E 


M 


26 


0:52 
7.9 


7:20 
-0.8 


18:19 
7.9 


19:48 
—0.6 




Th 


26 


2:06 
6.9 


8:25 
0.8 


14:20 
7.4 


21.-00 
0.1 


S 27 


0:15 
8.3 


6:45 
-1.2 


12:48 
7.9 


19:10 
-0.5 




Tu 


27 


1:40 
7.5 


8:10 
-0.5 


14:06 
7.7 


20:40 
—0.2 




F 


27 


2:62 
6.4 


9:10 
0.7 


6.9 


21:67 
0.4 


j S i28 

' 1 


1:06 
8.0 


7:38 
—0.9 


13:41 
7.7 


20:06 
—0.3 




W 


28 


2:30 
7.0 


9:00 
0.0 


14:58 
7.3 


21:35 
0.1 




S 


28 


3:42 
6.0 


10:05 
L2 


16:56 
6.6 


22:50 
0.7 


K 1 M 29 


2KX) 
7.6 


8:32 
—0.5 


14:36 
7.5 


21K)6 
0.0 




Th 


29 


3:24 
6.5 


9:55 
0.5 


15:50 
7.0 


22:36 
0.4 


§ 


8 


29 


4:36 
5.7 


11:10 
LI 


16:50 
6.8 


23:54 
0.9 


Tu 30 


2:58 
7.1 


9:30 
—0.1 


15:30 
7.2 


22:10 
0.2 


C F 


30 


4:20 
6.1 


10:54 
0.9 


16:44 
6.6 


23:40 
0.6 


A 


M 


30 


5:36 
6.5 


12:12 
L5 


17:60 
6.1 


. . . 


1 

1 
a < 
frc 
is 

(a 

i 


W 31 


3:55 
6.6 


10:30 
0.3 


16:30 
7.0 


23:20 
0.4 


s 

1 


31 


6:30 
5.7 


11:56 
1.1 


17:40 
6.4 


















The tld 
2omparis 
jm Mean 
3.6 feet b 
nnlnus (- 

The tl 
.m.),all 

#, nev 
uator; A 


les are placed in the order of occurrence, wl 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whe 
Low Water, which is the datum of soundi 
Mjlow mean sea level. To find the depth of 
-) sign is before the height, in which case s 
me used Ls Eastern Standard, 75th meridian 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and whe 
V moon: ^, 1st quar.; Q. f"^ moon; (£, 3d 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


th their times on the first line and heights c 
ther it is high or low water. The heights, ii 
ngs on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Cha 
water, add the tabular height to the soundi 
ubtract it. 

W.-.O^ is midnight, 12'» is noon: all hours 1 
n diminished by 12 give the times after uooi 
quar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


»n the second line of each day; 
1 feet and tenths, are reckoned 
rts for this region, and which 
ngs given on the chart, unless 

ess than 12 are in the forenoon 
; for instance, 15:47 18 3:47 p. m. 
farthest north or south of the 



84 



WILLETS POINT (U. S. Engineer School), NEW YORK, 1907. 





OCTOBER. 




th and 








NOVE 


MBER. 

IHeiffh 
LowW 

7:14 
6.7 


t of His 
ater. 






DECEMBER. 




1 


^ 


Day of— 


Time fknd Hefffht of Hlj 
Luw Water. 


d 

8 


Day of— 


Time an< 


^h and 


1 


Day of— 


Time and Height of Hi^h and ' 
Low Water. , 


W. 


Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 




Tu 


1 


0:45 
0.9 


6:88 
5.6 


13:15 
1.3 


18:50 
6.2 




F 


1 


1:17 
0.6 


18:50 
0.7 


19:35 
6.6 




S 


1 


1:07 
0.8 


7:18 
7.6 


13:54 
0.1 


1940 
6.9 




W 


2 


1:38 
0.7 


7:28 
6.9 


1.1 


19:85 
6.4 




S 


2 


2:02 
0.3 


8:00 
7.2 


14:38 
0.1 


8:22 
7.0 




M 


2 


1:58 
0.0 


8:10 
8.0 


14:42 
—0.5 


20,32 
7.3 




Th 


3 


2:20 
0.5 


8:13 
6.3 


14.42 
0.7 


20:24 
6.7 


E 


8 


3 


2:42 
—0.1 


8:45 
7.8 


15:15 
—0.4 


21:08 
7.4 




Tu 


3 


2:45 
—0.3 


9:00 

8.4 


15:30 
-0.9 


21:22 
7.6 




F 


4 


2:56 
0.8 


8:48 
6.8 


15:20 
0.8 


21.02 
7.1 




M 


4 


325 
-0.4 


9:80 
8.8 


16:00 
—0.8 


21:50 
7.7 




W 


4 


8:35 
-0.6 


9:46 
8.7 


16:16 
-1.2 


22:10 

7.S 




S 


5 


3:30 
—0.1 


9:23 
7.4 


15:48 
—0.2 


21:44 
7.5 


• 


Tu 


5 


4K)5 
-0.7 


10:12 

8.7 


16:40 
—1.2 


22:35 
8.0 


• 


Th 


5 


4:21 
—0.7 


10:35 
8.9 


17.-04 
—1.4 


28*00 
7.9 




s 


6 


4:02 
—0.4 


10:02 
7.9 


16.-25 
-0.6 


22:22 

7.8 




W 


6 


4:45 
-0.8 


10:65 

8.9 


17:22 
-1.4 


23:20 

8.1 


p 

s 


F 


6 


5:10 
—0.8 


11:20 
8.9 


17:52 
— L4 


23:50 

7.9 ; 


E 

• 


M 


7 


4:86 
-0.7 


10:42 
8.8 


—1.0 


23KJ2 

8.0 




Th 


7 


5:80 
—0.9 


11:42 
8.9 


18:08 
-1.4 






S 


7 


6:00 
-0.6 


12:10 
8.7 


18:41 
— LS 


: : : 




Tu 


8 


5:15 
-0.8 


11:24 
8.6 


17:45 
—1.1 


28:44 

8.1 




F 


8 


0:07 
8.0 


6:16 
—0.7 


12:28 
8.7 


18:55 
—1.2 




s 


8 


0:42 

7.8 


6:62 
-0.4 


13:02 
8.3 


19:35 
—0.9 




W 


9 


5:53 
-0.9 


12:0b 

8.7 


18:26 
—1.2 




P 

S 


S 


9 


0:65 
7.8 


7Ktt 
—0.4 


18:16 
8.8 


19:44 
—0.9 




M 


9 


1:86 
7.5 


7:50 
0.0 


18:56 

7.8 


20:32 ! 
—0.5 




Th 


10 


0:25 
8.0 


6:35 
—0.7 


12:50 
8.6 


19:10 
—1.1 




s 


10 


1:46 
7.5 


7:55 
0.0 


14:10 

7.8 


20:40 
—0.4 




Tu 


10 


2:35 
7.2 


8:55 
0.8 


14:54 
7.3 


21:30 

—0.2 




F 


11 


1:10 

7.8 


7:20 
—0.5 


13:35 
8.3 


20K)0 
-0.8 




M 


11 


2:40 
7.1 


8:55 
0.4 


15:05 
7.8 


21:42 
0.0 


3) 


W 


11 


8:87 
7.0 


10:06 
0.6 


16:00 
6.8 


22:40 
0.2 




S 


12 


2.-00 

7.5 


8:08 
—0.1 


14:24 
7.9 


20:52 
—0.4 


}) 


Tu 


12 


8:45 

6.8 


10:10 
0.8 


16:10 
6.9 


22:55 
0.3 




Th 


12 


4:46 

6.8 


11:32 
0.6 


17:10 
6.6 


23:55 
0.3 


S 


s 


13 


2:62 
7.1 


9:04 
0.3 


15:20 
7.5 


21:51 
0.0 




W 


13 


4:58 
6.5 


11:85 
0.9 


17.-25 
6.6 




E 


F 


13 


5:56 
6.8 


12:46 
0.4 


18:84 
6.4 


• ■ -i 


i 


M 


14 


8:54 
6.7 


10:10 
0.7 


16:20 
7.0 


23:03 
0.4 




Th 


14 


0:10 
0.4 


6:12 
6.6 


13:00 
0.6 


18:45 
6.5 




S 


14 


1:00 
0.3 


7K)5 
7.0 


13:48 
0.1 


19:42 
6.5 




Tu 


15 


5:04 
6.4 


11:80 
0.9 


17:35 
6.7 






F 


15 


1:26 
0.2 


7:24 
6.9 


14.-08 
0.1 


19:55 
6.7 




s 


15 


2:02 
0.1 


8:05 
7.8 


14:43 
—0.3 


20:45 

e.7 




W 


16 


0:22 
0.4 


6:24 
6.4 


13:02 
0.7 


18:52 
6.7 


E 


S 


16 


2:22 
-0.1 


8:24 
7.4 


15:04 
-0.4 


20:58 
7.0 




M 


16 


2:66 
0.0 


8:56 
7.6 


15:34 
—0.6 


21:38 
6.6 




Th 


17 


1:88 
0.2 


7:40 
6.7 


14:15 
0.3 


20:06 
7.0 




S^ 


17 


8:16 
-0.3 


9:16 
7.7 


15:60 
—0.7 


21:54 
7.2 




Tu 


17 


3:45 
—0.1 


9:44 
7.7 


16:20 
—0.7 


•22:24 

6.9 




F 


18 


2:40 
-0.2 


8:40 
7.2 


16:15 
—0.3 


21:10 
7.3 




M 


18 


4:05 
-0.5 


10:00 
7.9 


16:88 
-0.9 


22:38 
7.3 




W 


18 


4:80 
-0.1 


10:21 
7.8 


17:02 
—0.8 


23:aS 
6.9 




S 


19 


3:85 
-0.5 


9:34 
7.7 


16:05 
-0.7 


22:02 
7.6 


o 


Tu 


19 


4:60 
-0.5 


10:44 
8.1 


17:20 
—1.0 


23:20 
7.2 


O 


Th 


19 


6:10 
0.0 


11 KM) 
7.7 


17:40 
-0.7 


23:40 

6.S 


E 


s 


20 


4:24 
—0.7 


10:22 
8.0 


16:62 
—1.0 


22:50 
7.7 




W|20 

1 


5:28 
—0.2 


11:20 
8.0 


18:00 
-0.9 


. . . 


N 


F 


20 


6:45 
0.3 


11:35 
7.7 


18:18 

-a5 


. . . 


o 


M 


21 


6:06 
—0.7 


11:03 

8.2 


17:40 
—1.1 


23:84 
7.6 




Th 


21 


OKK) 
7.0 


6:08 
0.0 


12KX) 
7.8 


18:42 
—0.6 




S 


21 


0:14 
6.7 


6:20 
0.4 


12:10 
7.5 


18:50 
—0.3 




Tu 


22 


5:50 
-0.6 


11:45 
8.2 


18:19 
-0.9 






F 


22 


0:35 
6.8 


6:45 
0.3 


12:40 
7.6 


19:18 
-0.3 


A 


S^ 


22 


0:40 
6.7 


6:62 
0.6 


^i1 


19:20 
—0.1 




W|23 

1 


0:16 
7.4 


6:30 
-0.3 


12A5 
8.0 


19K)0 
-0.7 


N 


S 23 


1:10 
6.6 


7:20 
0.6 


18:12 
7.8 


19:55 
0.0 




M 


23 


112 
6 7 


7:20 
0.7 


13:20 
7.1 


19:50 
0.1 




Th 


24 


0:56 
7.1 


7:10 
0.1 


13:05 

7.7 


19:44 
—0.4 




S 24 


1:45 
6.4 


7:58 
0.9 


13:54 
7.0 


20:82 
0.8 




Tu 


24 


1:50 
6.7 


7:68 
0.8 


14:06 
7.0 


20:26 
0.2 




F 


25 


1:86 
6.7 


7:52 
0.5 


13:46 
7.3 


20:26 
0.0 


A 


M 25 


2:22 
6.3 


8:84 
1.1 


14:32 
6.7 


21:08 
0.5 




W 


25 


2:27 

6.8 


8:38 
0.8 


14:40 
6.8 


21:a-> 
O.S 




S 


26 


2:20 
6.4 


8:32 
0.9 


14:28 
6.9 


21:10 
0.4 




Tu26 


8:05 
6.3 


9:20 
1.2 


15:17 
6.5 


21:50 
0.7 




Th 


26 


8:10 
6.9 


9:28 
0.7 


15:25 
6.7 


21:45 
0.3 


f 


IS 


27 


3:00 
6.1 


9:18 
1.2 


16:11 
6.6 


21:58 
0.7 


c 


W 27 


3:50 
6.3 


10K)6 
1.2 


16:05 
6.4 


22:36 
0.7 


<L 


F 


27 


4:00 
7.0 


10:15 
0.7 


16:12 
6.6 


22:a5 
0.4 


A 


M 


28 


3:44 
6.9 


10:06 
1.6 


16:00 
6.3 


22:48 
0.9 




Th 


28 


4:40 
6.4 


11:05 
1.1 


16:56 
6.3 


28:26 
0.7 


E 


S!28 


4:50 
7 2 


11:12 
0.5 


17.-08 
6.7 


23:25 

as 


CiTu 

1 


29 


4:85 
5.8 


11:06 
1.5 


16:63 
6.1 


23:42 
1.0 




F 


29 


6:33 
6.7 


12.-00 
0.9 


17:60 
6.4 






§ 


29 


6:48 
7.4 


12:10 
0.3 


18:04 
6.7 






W 


30 


5:30 
5.9 


12:0» 
1.4 


17:48 
6.1 




E 


S -30 

1 


0:16 
0.6 


6:25 
7.0 


12:58 
0.5 


18:46 
6.6 




M 


30 


0:22 
0.2 


6:38 
7.7 


13:14 
0.0 


19--00 
6.9 




Th 


31 


0:32 
0.9 


6:22 
6.2 


13.-05 
1.1 


18:40 
6.3 


















Tu 


31 


1:18 
0.1 


7:36 
8.0 


14 «8 
-0.4 


20:00 

• 7.1 

\ day: 
ttoned 
wrhich 
iinles» 

enoon 

"p.m. 
of the 


The tid 
a compariH 
from Slear 
is 3.6 feel I 
a minus ( - 

The tit 
(a.m.), all] 

#, nev 
equator; -A 


les are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whe 
1 Low Water, which is the datum of Koundi 
elow mean sea level. To find the depth of 
- ) I'gn is before the height, in which case s 
ue UHcd is Eastern Standard 75th meridian, 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and whe 
7 moon; J), 1st quar.; O. f"Jl moon; (^, 3d 
., P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


th their times on the first line and heights c 
ther it Ls high or low water. The heights, ii 
ng.s on the Coa.st and Geodetic Survey Cha 
water, add the tabular height to the ^oundi 
ubtract it. 

W.; O** is midnight, r2»» is noon; all hours le 
n diminished by 12 give the times afternoon 
quar.; K, raoon on the equator; N, S, moon 


n the second line of eacl 
1 feet and tenths, are reel 
rts for this reaion, and 
ngs given on the chart, 

as than 12 are in the for 
; for instance, 16:47 is 3:4 
farthest north or south 



NEW YORK ( Governors Island), NEW YORK, 1907. 



85 



JANUARY. 


rEBKlTAKY. 




MARCH. 




h and 


8 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


S 


Dnynt^ 


Time and Height of High and 
LowWater. 


S 


DayDf- 


Time and Heteht of Hig 
Low Water. 


W. Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 


w. 


Mo. 


~'Tu 


1 


2:24 
0.6 


8:32 
4.6 


15:24 
0.0 


20:48 
• 3.9 




F 


1 


8:24 
0.1. 


956 
4.9 


16:06 21:50 
—0.3 4.6 




F 


1 


2:32 
-0.1 


8:29 
6.0 


16:00 
-0.5 


20:49 
4.8 




W 


2 


2:68 
0.5 


9:05 
4.7 


15-.60 
—0.1 


21:26 
4.0 




8 


2 


4M 
0.1 


10:06 
4.8 


16:42 22:35 
-0.2 4.7 


E 


S 


2 


3:12 
-0.2 


9:06 
5.0 


15:86 
—0.5 


21:30 
6.0 




Th 


3 


8:35 
0.5 


9:44 
4.7 


16:36 
—0.1 


22:10 
4.2 


E 


S 


3 


4:68 
0.2 


10:48 
4.6 


17:22 23:24 
-0.1 4.7 




s 


3 


8:53 
-0.2 


9:44 
4.9 


16:12 
—0.4 


22:13 
5.0 




F 


4 


4.-20 
0.4 


10:26 
4.6 


17:15 
0.0 


22:59 
4.3 




M 


4 


5:45 
0.3 


11:86 
4.4 


18:10 . . . 
0.0 .. . 




M 


4 


4:38 
-0.1 


10:26 
4.7 


16:52 
—0.2 


23:00 
4.9 




S 


5 


5:11 
0.5 


11:12 
4.5 


17:58 
0.1 


28:52 
4.4 


c 


Tu 


5 


0:18 
4.6 


6:48 
0.4 


12:27 19:05 
4.2 0.2 




Tu 


5 


6:29 
0.1 


11:12 
4.4 


17:39 
0.1 


23:63 
4.7 




s 


6 


6.-09 
0.5 


12:03 
4.4 


18:47 
0.1 


: : : 




W 


6 


1:20 
4.5 


sm 

0.5 


13.-28 20:11 
3.9 0.4 




W 


6 


6:30 
0.3 


12:05 
4.1 


18:36 
0.4 




ii'' 


7 


0:49 
4.3 


7:16 
0.5 


12:58 
4.2 


19:42 
0.2 




Th 


7 


2:30 
4.4 


9:21 
0.4 


14:44 21:26 
8.7 0.4 


c 


Th 


7 


0:62 
4.6 


7:46 
0.6 


13:07 
3.8 


19:60 
0.6 


1 


Tu 


8 


1:62 
4.5 


8:80 
0.5 


13:59 
4.1 


20:43 
0.2 




F 


■ 8 


3:43 
4.5 


10:32 
0.2 


16:12 22:38 
8.7 0.2 


8 


F 


8 


2:06 
4.3 


9:07 
0.5 


14:36 
3.5 


21:16 
0.6 




W 


9 


2:58 
4.6 


9:42 
0.3 


15:06 
4.0 


21:46 
0.1 


s 


S 


9 


4:51 
4.7 


11:34 
—0.1 


17:28 28:42 
3.9 —0.1 


P 


S 


9 


3:27 
4.3 


10:18 
0.3 


16:16 
3.6 


22:32 
0.3 




Th 


10 


4m 

4.8 


10:47 
0.1 


16.-21 
4.0 


22:60 
0.0 


p 


s 


10 


6:52 
4.9 


12:31 
-0.4 


18:31 . . . 
4.2 .. . 




s 


10 


4:42 
4.4 


11:22 
-0.1 


1727 
3.9 


23:86 
0.0 




F 


11 


5K)5 
5.0 


11:46 
-0.2 


17:80 
4.1 


28:48 
-0.2 




M 


11 


0:40 
—0.3 


6:48 
6.2 


18rfK2 19:25 
-0.7 4.6 




M 


11 


5:48 
4.7 


12:17 
-0.4 


18:26 
4.3 


. . . 


p s 


12 


6K)2 
5.2 


12:42 
-0.5 


18:33 
4.8 


. . . 


• 


Tu 


12 


1:38 
-0.6 


7:40 
6.3 


14:12 20:15 
-0.9 4.7 




Tu 


12 


0:88 
—0.8 


6:89 
5.0 


13:07 
—0.7 


19:16 
4.6 


s S 


13 


0:46 
—0.3 


6:56 
5.3 


13:35 
—0.8 


19-.81 
4.4 




W 


13 


2:24 
—0.6 


8.*29 
6.3 


14:58 21.-03 
— LO 4.8 




W 


13 


1.-25 
—0.6 


7:80 
6.1 


13:63 
-0.9 


19:69 
4.8 


• 


M 


14 


1:40 
—0.4 


7:48 
5.4 


14:26 
—0.9 


20:26 
4.5 




Th 


14 


3:14 
-0.6 


9:17 
5.2 


15:46 21:49 
—0.9 4.7 


• 


Th 


14 


2:12 
-0.7 


8:16 
5.2 


14:37 
—0.9 


20:41 
5.0 




Tu 


15 


2:34 
-0.5 


8:40 
5.4 


15:17 
-LO 


21:19 
4.5 




F 


16 


4m 

—0.4 


10:02 
6.0 


16:80 22:34 
-0.7 4.7 


E 


F 


15 


2:57 
—0.7 


8:58 
5.1 


16:19 
—0.8 


21:21 
4.9 




W 


16 


8:28 
-0.4 


9-.31 
5.2 


16.-08 
-0.9 


22:11 
4.5 


E 


S 


16 


4:62 
-0.2 


10:48 
4.7 


17:16 23:20 
-0.4 4.6 




S 


16 


. 8:41 
—0.5 


9:40 
4.8 


16:00 
—0.6 


22:00 

4.8 




Th 


17 


4:22 
—0.2 


10:23 
5.0 


16:59 
-0.7 


28K)6 
4.4 




s 


17 


6:48 
0.1 


11:35 
4.3 


18:03 . . . 
— 0.1 . . . 




» 


17 


4:26 
-0.8 


10:20 
4.5 


16:41 
-0.2 


22:39 
4.6 




F 


18 


5:19 
0.0 


11:17 
4.7 


17:60 
—0.4 






M 


18 


0:07 
4.3 


6:38 
0.4 


12:28 18:63 
3.8 0.3 




M 


18 


6:11 
0.0 


10:68 
4.1 


17:21 
0.2 


23:18 
4.4 


E 


S 


19 


0:00 
4.3 


6:17 
0.2 


12:11 
4.3 


18:43 
-0.2 


D 


Tu 


19 


0:67 
4.0 


7:88 
0.7 


13:20 19:46 
8.4 0.6 




Tu 


19 


6M0 
0.8 


11:86 
3.7 


18:08 
0.6 


23:68 
4.1 




s 


20 


0:55 
4.2 


7:18 
0.4 


18:07 
4.0 


19:87 
0.1 




W 


20 


1:62 
3.8 


8:41 
0.8 


14:24 20:44 
3.2 0.8 




W 


20 


6:51 
0.6 


12K)9 
3.4 


18:49 
0.9 




D 


M 


21 


1:52 
4.0 


8:22 
0.6 


14:12 
3.6 


20:32 
0.3 


A 


Th 


21 


2:51 
3.7 


9:46 
0.9 


15:36 21:41 
3.0 0.9 


A 


Th 21 


0:43 
8.9 


7:49 
0.8 


12:63 
3.1 


19:46 
1.2 




Tu 


22 


2:48 
4.0 


9:26 
0.6 


15:18 
3.4 


21:27 
0.4 




F 


22 


3:48 
3.8 


10:41 
0.8 


16:41 22:36 
8.0 0.8 


N 


F 


22 


1:39 
3.7 


8:62 
0.9 


14 05 
2.9 


20:60 
L2 




W 


23 


3:42 
4.0 


10:23 
0.7 


16:20 
3.3 


22:19 
0.5 


N 


S 23 


4:44 
3.9 


11:29 
0.6 


17.-27 28:23 
8.2 0.7 




S 


23 


2:42 
3.6 


9:60 
0.9 


16:36 
2.6 


21:54 
LI 


Th 24 

1 


4:32 
4.1 


11:15 
0.6 


17:15 
3.3 


23K)6 
0.5 




S 


24 


5:26 
4.0 


12.-09 
0.4 


ISrOb . . . 
3,4 .. . 




s 


24 


3:46 
3.6 


10:42 
0.7 


16:82 
8.2 


22:49 
1.1 


A 


F 125 


5:17 
4.1 


12:00 
0.5 


18:00 
8.3 


28:52 
0.5 




M 25 


0:06 
0.6 


6:05 
4.2 


12:46 18:37 
0.2 3.6 




M 


25 


4:42 
3.8 


11:26 
0.5 


17-20 
3.6 


23:35 
0.6 


, S 26 


5:58 
L 4.3 


12:42 
0.3 


18:37 
3.4 




* Tu 26 

1 


0:46 
0.4 


6:43 
4.4 


13:20 19K)6 
-0.1 3.9 




Tu 26 


6:28 
4.1 


12:05 
0.2 


17:58 
3.9 




N S 27 

1 


0-.31 
0.6 


6:34 
4.4 


13:17 
0.2 


19:06 
3.5 




W 27 


1:21 
0.2 


7:18 
4.6 


13:54 19:38 
—0. 3 4.3 


,W 27 


0:18 
0.3 


6:12 
4.4 


12:43 
—0.1 


18:36 
4.3 




M 28 


1:07 
0.4 


7K)7 
4.5 


13:50 
0.0 


19:31 
3.7 


O 


Th 28 


1:56 
0.0. 


7:52 
4.8 


14:28 20:11 
—0. 4 4. 6 


Th 28 


0:69 
0.0 


6:51 
4.6 


13:19 
—0.3 


19:12 
4.7 


O Tu 29 

1 


1:39 
0.4 


7:39 
4.6 


14:24 
—0.1 


19:58 
3.9 














J.F 29 


1:37 
-0.2 


7.-29 

4.8 


13:56 
—0.5 


19:49 
6.0 


JW 30 


2:11 
0.3 


8:12 
4.7 


14:57 
—0.2 


20:30 
4.2 
















S |30 


2:17 
—0.4 


8:07 
4.9 


14:30 
—0.5 


20:29 
5.2 


Th 31 


2:45 8:47 
0.2 4.8 

I CM are placed in 
on of conseeutiv 
Low Watef, wh 
ow mean sea lev 
sign is before th 


15:31 
—0.3 


21:08 
4.3 




i 










» 31 


2:58 8:45 15:07 21:10 
—0.5 4.9 —0.5 5.3 

n the second line of each day; 

feet and tenths, are reckoned 

M for this region, and which is 

?8 given on the chart, unless a 


The^tic 
a comparia 
from Mean 
2.2 foot bel 
miniu ( — ) 


tlie order of oo 
e heights will i 
ch is the datui 
\i\. To find th( 
li height, in wh 


currenee, wi 
ndicate whe 
ca of soundi 
i depth of w 
ieh case sub 


th their times on the hrst line a 
ther it is high or low water. Th 
ngs on the Cojist and Geodetic .S 
ater, add the tabular height to 
tract it. 


Qd heights o 
e heights, in 
urvey Chan 
the soundin 


The til 
(a. m.),all 


ne used ia Eaatem SUindard, 75th meridian 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and wh 


VV.; 0»> is midnight, 12»' is noon.; all hours le 
en diminished by 12 give the limes after noor 


88 than 12 are in the forenoon 
i; for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m 


eq 


uaU 


nev 
)r; A 


V moon; ]), Ist quar.; Q, full m 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


(Mm 


; I 


3rl 


luar.; E, 


nunm on the equator; 


N. 


S, m 


wm 


farthest north or 


south of the 



56 



NEW YORK (Governors Island), NEW YORK, 1907. 



APRIL, 


MAY. 


JUNE. 


:^ 


Daytif- 


Timt Hn 

3:41 
-0.5 


d Height ot Biff h (Lud 


a 1 w. ;mo. 

w; 1 

1 


Ttmean 
—0.5 


l>iw VVnttr. 


hftod 

22:27 
S.l 


4 D»yof^ 


TlmeaDdHeifti 
LowW 


tofHi« 
ater. 

18:22 
0.4 


hand 


W-iMu. 


S 


W. Mo, 



S 1 






K 


1 


4,9 






10.^ 
,4.5 


hV:l9 
-0.1 


6:12 
-0.4 


12K)5 
4.0 


• • • 


p 


Tu 


2 


4:^ 


10:10 
4.7 


le:80 


22:41 


s 


Th 


2 


5:16 
-0.3 


10:5S 
4.2 


17:14 

O.a 


ffl:2l 
4.7 




s 


2 


0:16 
4.4 


7K)7 
-0.2 


13:15 
4.0 


19:32 
0.6 




W 


3 


—0,1 


lO:-*^ 
4.4 


17:20 
0.2 


23:3i 

4. ft 


1^^ 


3 


6:17 
-0.1 


11:.^7 
3.9 


18122 
0.6 


■ ■ ' 


C 


M 


3 


1:18 
4.1 


8K)8 
0.0 


1422 
3.9 


20:43 
0.5 


JTh 


^ 


6:-J0 
0.1 


11:63 

4. a 


ia:21 
0.5 


' ^ ^ 


jC'S 


4 


0:21 
4.4 


If Si 
0,1 


3.7 


I9:*i 
0.7 




TqI 4 


2:36 
4.0 


9:10 
0.0 


15:28 
4.1 


21:52 
0.4 


1 ^i^ 


0.32 
4.5 


7:S4 
0,S 


1S:04 
3.7 


14:42 

0.7 


H 5 


1:3« 
4.1 


H:30 
0.2 


14;41 

3.7 


21:01 
0.1^ 


K 


W 


5 


3:45 
3.9 


10.-07 
0.0 


16A5 
4.2 


22u'i2 
O.S 


S 


6 


li4H 
4.1 


U.4 


3.5 


21:09 
0.7 




51 6 


4.0 


9:3*4 
0.1 


^.9 


22:12 
a 4 




Th 


5 


4:48 
3.9 


ll.-OO 
—0.1 


17:16 
4.4 


23:46 
0.2 




S 


7 


4.0 


10;0t* 
0.2 


16:10 
3.7 


22:24 
0,4 




Tu' 7 


4:10 
4.1 


1D:S« 
-0.1 


4.1 


aaiifj 

0.2 




F 


' 


5:45 
3.9 


11:50 
-0.1 


18K)2 
4.6 


. . . 




M 


8 


4.2 


IIKJ'2 
0.0 


17:17 
4.0 


23r2S 
0.1 




W| 8 


5:13 
4.2 


11:31 
—0,2 


17:47 
1.4 


. . . 




B 8 


0:35 
0.1 


6:36 
3.9 


12:34 
—0.1 


18:44 
4.7 




Tu 


9 


&:ill 
4.5 


11:57 
-0.3 


4.4 


. . . 


E 


Tl. 9 


0:07 
-0.1 


6:0*t 
4.3 


12:19 


1S:30 
4.7 




»l « 


1.-24 
-0.1 


7:20 
3.8 


18:17 
0.0 


19:32 
4.7 




W 


10 


0:23 

-o.a 


6:1W 
4.7 


12:4^ 


1l*:fiiJ 
4.7 




F 10 


—0.3 


4.4 


13:04 
-0.1 


19:11 
1.S 


• 


m|io 


2m 

-0.1 


7:58 
3.8 


13:55 
0.1 


19:59 
4.6 


E 


Th 


11 




4.S 


13:30 
-0.7 


19:37 
4.9 




S |li 


1:40 
^.4 


7:38 
4.3 


13:44 
-0,4 


l^BO 
4.9 




Tall 


2:40 
—0.1 


8:32 
8.7 


14-.S2 
0.3 


20:30 
4.6 


• 


Fjl2 


1;M 


7:57 
4.S 


14:11 
-0.7 


20:141 
6.0 


• 


S|12 

1 


2:21 
—0.4 


4,2 


14:22 
-0,2 


20t24 
4.9 


A 


W 12 

1 


3:16 
-0.1 


9:02 
3.7 


15KM 
0.5 


21:01 

4.5 




8 


13 


—0.6 


8:37 
4.7 


—0.5 


20:W 
5.0 


M 1 13 


3:00 
—0.8 


8^ 
4-1 


14:A« 
0.0 


4.8 




Th|13 


3:53 
0.0 


9:26 
3.6 


15:38 
0.6 


21:31 
4.5 




S 


14 


8:20 
-0.5 


9:15 
4.5 


15.-29 
—0.8 


21:27 
4.9 


Tuil4 


3:38 
—0.2 


9:24 
8.9 


15:32 
0.3 


21:29 
4.7 




F|14 


4:28 
0.1 


9:68 
3.7 


16K)0 
0.7 


22«i 
4.4 




M 


15 


4:00 
-0.8 


9:50 
4.2 


16K>4 
0.0 


22:02 
4.7 




W,15 


4:17 
-0.1 


9:51 
8.8 


16K)2 
0.6 


21:59 
4.5 




S 


15 


6.-08 
0.1 


10^27 
3.8 


16^7 
0.7 


22:38 
4.4 




Tu 


16 


4:42 
—0.1 


10:21 
8.9 


16:88 
0.4 


22:84 
4.5 


A 
N 


Th 


16 


4:55 
0.1 


10:17 
3.7 


16:27 
0.8 


22:30 
4.4 




» 


16 


6:89 
0.2 


11:06 
4.0 


17:20 
0.7 


23:20 
4.3 




W 


17 


5:24 
0.2 


10:48 
3.7 


17:10 
0.7 


23:09 
4.3 




F 


17 


5:34 
0.8 


10:49 
3.7 


17.-01 
0.9 


28:06 
4.2 




M 


17 


6:17 
0.2 


11:56 
4.1 


18:11 
0.7 


• • • 


A 


Th 


18 


6K)8 
0.* 


11:20 
3.5 


17:40 
1.0 


28:46 
4.0 




S 


18 


6:16 
0.4 


11:32 
3.6 


17:46 
1.0 


28:48 
4.1 


3) 


Tu 


18 


0.-06 
4.2 


6:59 
O.S 


12:50 
4.2 


19:11 
0.7 


N 


F 


19 


6:58 
0.7 


12:00 
8.4 


18:20 
1.2 


. . . 




s 


19 


7.-00 
0.5 


12:22 
3.7 


18:42 
1.0 






W 


19 


0:68 
4.1 


7:46 
0.8 


13:48 
4.8 


20:18 

a7 


3) 


S 


20 


0:29 
3.8 


7M 
0.8 


12:62 
S.8 


19:28 
1.3 


}) 


M 


20 


0:38 
4.0 


7:48 
0.6 


18:22 
8.7 


19:53 
1.0 




Th 


20 


1:54 
4.0 


8:41 
0.3 


14:49 
4.4 


21.^ 
0.5 




s 


21 


1:23 
8.7 


8:49 
0.8 


14.-08 
8.2 


20:58 
1.2 




Tu 


21 


1:36 
3.9 


8:40 
0.5 


14:28 
3.8 


21:08 
0.9 




F 


21 


2:54 
4.0 


9:88 
0.2 


15:51 
4.6 


22:34 
O.S 




M 


22 


2:28 
3.6 


9:48 
0.7 


15:28 
8.4 


22:00 
1.0 




W 


22 


2:39 
3.9 


9:85 
0.4 


15:82 
4.1 


22:12 
0.6 




S 


22 


4:00 
4.0 


10:37 
0.1 


16:52 
4.9 


28:35 
0.0 




Tu 


23 


8:88 
8.7 


10:38 
0.5 


16:26 
8.7 


22:57 
0.7 


£ 


Th 


23 


8:44 
4.0 


10:27 
0.2 


16:81 
4.4 


23H)9 
0.3 




s 


23 


6.-07 
4.1 


11:85 
-0.1 


17:48 
5.1 


• • • 




W 


24 


4:40 
4.0 


11.-20 
0.2 


17:16 
4.1 


28:45 
0.8 




F 


24 


4:44 
4.1 


11:18 
0.0 


17:24 
4.8 






M 


24 


0:82 
-0.8 


6:12 
4.2 


1252 
—0.2 


18:43 
5.2 




Th 


25 


5:82 
4.2 


12:02 
0.0 


18.-01 
4.6 






S 


25 


0:02 
-0.1 


5:42 
4.8 


12.-07 
—0.2 


18:15 
5.1 


9 


Tu 


25 


1:27 
—0.6 


7:11 
4.8 


13:27 
-0.3 


19-.S7 
&.4 


E 


F 


26 


0:31 
-0.1 


■ 6:18 
4.5 


12:43 
—0.8 


18:44 
5.0 




s 


26 


0:53 
-0.4 


6:35 
4.5 


12:56 
—0.3 


19:03 
5.3 


S 


W 


26 


2:19 
-0.7 


8:09 
4.4 


14.-22 
-0.8 


2O-.30 
5.4 




S 


27 


1:16 
-0.4 


7:02 
4.7 


13:24 
-0.6 


19:26 
5.3 


o 


M 


27 


1:43 
-0.6 


7:26 
4.6 


13:42 
-0.4 


19:51 
5.4 




Th 27 


3:12 
—0.9 


9K)5 
4.5 


15:17 
-0.3 


21dtl 
5.8 


o 


s 


28 


2:00 
—0.6 


7:45 
4.8 


14KJ5 
—0.5 


20:10 
5.4 


p 


Tu 


28 


2:32 
-0.7 


8:16 
4.6 


14:82 
-0.4 


20:89 
5.4 




F 


28 


4:04 
—0.8 


lOKK) 
4.5 


16:13 
—0.2 


22:14 
5.1 


|m 


29 


2:46 
—0.7 


8:29 
4.8 


14:46 
-0.4 


20:54 
5.5 


s 


W 


29 


3:28 
—0.8 


9:08 
4.5 


15:22 
-0.2 


21:29 
5.3 




S |29 


4:56 
—0.8 


10:58 
4.4 


17:11 
0.0 


23:09 
4.9 


p 


Tu 


30 


8:32 
—0.6 


9:14 
4.7 


15:31 
-0.8 


21:39 
5.3 




Th 


30 


4:15 
-0.7 


10KB 
4.4 


16:17 
0.0 


•22.'20 
5.0 




S 30 


5:50 
-0.6 


11:65 
4.3 


18:11 
0.2 


. . . 


















F 


31 


5:10 
-0.6 


11:00 
4.2 


17:17 
0.2 


23:16 

4.8 

















The tides are placed in the order of occurrence, with their times on the first line and heiffhts on the second line of each day: 
a compirison of consecutive heights will indicate whether it is high or low water. The heights, in feet and tenths, are reckoned 
from Mean Low Water, which is the datum of soundings on the Coast and Geodetic .Sur>'ey Charts for this region, and which is 
2.2 feet below mean sea level. To find the depth of water, add the tabular height to the soundings given on the chart, unle» a 
minus (— ) sign Is before the height. In which case subtract it. 

The time used is Eastern SUmdard, 75th meridian W.: 0»" is midnight, 12»' is noon; all hours less than 12 are In the forenoon 
(a. m.), all greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and when diminished by 12 give the times afternoon; for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 

0, now moon; ^, 1st quar; Q, full moon; {^, 3d quar.; E, moon on the equator: N, S, moon farthest north or south of the 
equator; A, P. moon in apogee or perigee. 



NEW YORK (Governors Island), NEW YORK, 1907. 



87 



JULY. 


AUOIT^, 1 


SEPTEMBER. | 


» 


Dayof- 


Time and He!?bt of Hlf h atid 
low Water, 


S 


DayoC- 


TlineandHelfiitofH1«l)&Qd 

Low Wi*t«r, 


S 


Dayol^ 


TImt* and Height of Htg^h and 
Low Water. 


w7 


Mo, 


W. 


Mo. 


W. Mo. 




M 


1 


0^10 
^.7 


fl:4S 
—0.4 


12'^ 
4.3 


10:13 
0.2 




Th 


1 


1:40 
3.4 


8:02 
0.1 


14:13 
4.2 


20:43 
0.5 


§ 


1 


3:11 
3.3 


0:18 
0.7 


15:24 
3.8 


22:04 1 
0.8: 


i 


Tu 


2 


4,3 


7:40 


13:53 
4.2 


20:12 
0.4 




F 


2 


2:40 
3.6 


8:5fl 
0.3 


15:08 
4.1 


21:41 

0.« 


1^' 
A 


M 


2 


4:13 
3.2 


10:12 
0.8 


16:19 
3.8 


22:56 
0.7 




W 


3 


4.1 




4.2 


21:14 
0.6 




a 


3 


3:44 
3.4 


0:50 
0.5 


16:04 
4.i] 


2238 
0.7 




Tu 


3 


5:03 
3.3 


11:03 
0.7 


MM 
3.9 


23:42 
0.E 




Th 


4 


3:12 
3.9 


0:30 
0,1 


4.2 


22:15 
0.5 




§ 


4 


4:4(S 
3.B 


10;4S 
0.5 


16:54 
4.0 


23:30 
0.6 




W 


4 


5^50 
3.4 


il:5L 
0.6 


17:52 
4,0 


. . . 




F 


5 


4:15 

3,7 


10r22 
0.2 


16:40 
4.2 


23:00 
0.5 


A 


M 


5 


5:40 
3.3 


H:32 
0.5 


17:42 
4.1 


. . . 




Th 


5 


0r24 
0.4 


6:27 
3,6 


22:35 
0,f> 


18:34 ' 
4.2 




S 


6 


S.6 


11:14 
0,^ 


17:29 

4. a 


. . . 


S 


Tu 


6 


0:17 
0.5 


6:25 
3.4 


12:10 
0.5 


i8rao 
4.2 




F 


6 


1:05 
0,2 


7:00 
3.8 


ja:14 
0.3 


10:12 
4.3 




8 


7 


0^ 
0:4 


3.5 


12:02 
0.2 


18:14 
4.4 




W 


7 


1:00 
0.S 


7:06 
3.S 


13:09 
0.4 


19:06 
4.3 


I* 


S 


7 


1:42 
0.0 


7:33 
4.1 


13:51 
0.3 


19:47 J 
4.4 J 




M 


8 


0:40 
0.S 


3.& 


12:46 
0.3 


li:&5 
4.4 




Th 


8 


1:40 
0.2 


7:37 
3.6 


13:42 
0.4 


10:42: 
4.4 




§ 


a 


2:ie 
—0.2 


4.3 


14:28 
0.1 


20:21 j 
4.6 ( 


A 


Ta 


9 


1^ 
U,2 


7:36 
3,6 


I3r.^ 
0.3 


10:^4 
4.5 


• 


F 


9 


2;17 
0.0 


3.8 


14:18 
0.3 


20:17' 
4.5 


E 


M 


9 


2:60 
—0.2 


8:42 
4.6 


15:06 
0.0 


20:58 
4.6 


• 


W 


10 


2:10 
0,1 


8ill 
3,7 


14;0W 
0,4 


OT:11 
4.5 




a 


10 


2:53 
-0,1 


8:41 
4.0 


14:54 

0.3 


20:52 
4.5 




Tu 


10 


3:1^ 
*-0.2 


9:20 
4.8 


15:47 
-0.1 


21:33 
4.6 




Th 


11 


2:43 
0.0 


8:42 
3.6 


11:44 
0.4 


20:45 
4,5 




% 


11 


3:27 
-0.2 


9:14 
4.2 


15:30 
0.3 


21:24 
4.5 




W 


11 


4,<I8 

^,2 


10:00 
4.9 


16:31 
0.0 


22:15, 
4.5 




F 


12 


3^ 
— O.l 


3.7 


l.-JjlS 
0.5 


21:18 
4.5 




M 


12 


4:01 
-4).2 


9:40 
4.4 


16:07 
0.2 


22:00 
4.6. 




Th 


12 


4:42 
-0.1 


10:4,=^ 

4.8 


n;19 
0.1 


22:38 
4,4 




S 


13 


4:01 
-0.1 


0:4;i 
3.0 


0.5 


4.5 


£ 


Tu 


13 i 


4:36 
^.1 


10:27 
4.5 


16:50 
0.2 


22:38 
4.5 




F 


13 


5:26 
0.1 


11^34 
4,7 


18:14 
0,2 


:S:4S 
4.2 




§ 


U 


4:3G 
^.1 


10:15 

4.0 


16f29 
0.5 


22:24 
4,4 




W 


14 


6:14 
-0.1 


11:10 
4.0 


17:36 
0,2 


23:38 
4.4 


1> 


S 


14 


6:18 
0.3 


12:28 
4.6 


19:10 
0,3 


: : : 




M 


15 


5:12 
0.0 


10:A& 
4.2 


17:10 
0.5 


23:02 
4,4 




Th 


15; 


5:56 
0.0 


11:50 
4.6 


18:1» 
0.3 


. , . , 




§ 


15 


0:47 
3.9 


7,-22 
0.5 


13:32 
4.3 


20:26 
0.4, 




Til 


16 


5:S0 
0.1 


IIM 
4.3 


17:58 
0.5 


23:43 
4.S 


3) 


F 


16 


0:04 
4.S 


6:42 
0.2 


12. "(2 
4.6 


19:30 
0.4 


^ 


M 


16 


3.7 


8:37 
0,6 


14:4^^ 
4.2 


21:34 1 
0,3 1 


E 


W 


17 


6:30 
0,1 


12^ 
4.4 


isiaa 

0.5 


. . . 




S 


17 


1^ 
4.1 


7^40 
0.3 


13^-» 
4.5 


0.4 




Tu 


17 


3:26 
3.7 


9:40 
0.4 


15:57 
4,3 


22:39 
0.1; 


3 


Th 


18 


0:80 
4.2 


7:17 
0.2 


I3r22 
4.4 


19:54 
0.6 




m 


18 


2r05 
3. J 


8:4« 
0.4 


15:00 
4.4 


21:47 

0.1 


P 


\K 


18 


4:40 
3.9 


10:.-^ 
0.2 


17«2 
4,5 


23:38 , 
-0.2 1 




F 


19 


l;2ft 
4.1 


8:12 
0.2 


14:'23 
4.5 


21^)1 
0.5 




M 


19 


3:24 
3,7 


0:57 
0,3 


]«:10 

4.5 


22:54 

0.1 




Th 


10 


6:42 
4.2 


11:57 
-0,1 


urn 

4.8 


: : : 




fi 


20 


2:28 
3,9 


9:12 
0.2 


15:28 
4.6 


22:09 
0.3 


g 


Til 


20 


4:48 
3.8 


11:06 

0.1 


17:15 

4.7 


^:5e 

-0.2 




F 


20 


0:32 
--0.5 


6:38 
4.6 


12:58 
-0,4 


18:67 
5,0 




S 


21 


3'40 
3.^ 


10;1& 
0.2 


16:30 
4.7 


23l13 
0,1 


p 


W 


21 


4.1 


12:08 
-0.1 


18:17 
4,9 


. . . 





b5 


21 


1-.22 
—0.7 


7:28 
4.» 


13:46 
-0.6 


19:47 
5.1 




M 


22 


3,0 


ll;lft 
0.0 


17:^2 
4.0 






Th 


22 


0:S2 
^,5 


6:53 
4.4 


13^ 
-0.4 


19:14 
5.1 


H 


Ii 


22 


2:10 
-0.9 


8:15 
5.0 


14:34 
-0.7 


20:36 
5.0 


S 


Tu 


23 


0:13 
-0.2 


6KK 
4.1 


12:20 
—0.2 


18:32 
5.1 


O 


F 


23 


l:4.^F 
— Dl7 


7:JR 
4.6 


14:01 
-0.6 


20:07 
5.3 




y\ 


23 


2:56 
—0.8 


0:00 
5.1 


15:22 
-0.6 


21:23 ' 
4.8 


O 


W 


24 


1:10 
-0.5 


7.-05 
4.3 


13^8 
-0,4 


10^28 
5.3 




8 


24 


2:34 
—0.0 


8:39 
4.8 


14:53 
—0.6 


20:5« 
5.3 




Tn 


24 


3:41 
*4J.7 


9:45 
5.0 


16:10 
-0,4 


22:10 
4.6 




Th 


25 


2m 

—0,8 


8:03 


14:13 
-0.5 


20:22 
5.4 




S 


25 


3:23 
-1.0 


9.1H 
4.0 


15:44 
-0,ti 


21:47 
6.1 




W 


25 


4:27 
-0.4 


10:29 
4.8 


16:59 
-0.2 


22:57 ! 
4.8, 




F 


m 


2m 

-0.0 


4.6 


15:0ft 
-0.6 


21:09 


£ 


M 


2S 


4:11 
-0.9 


10:11 
4,9 


10:35 
-0.5 


22;ae 

4.9 




Th 


26 


5:12 
-0.1 


11:14 
4,6 


17:60 
0.0 


23:4.-5 1 
3.9 




S 


27 


3:45 
— i.O 


1.7 


IGiJa 
^-O.S 


22:06 
5.2 




Tu'27 


4:58 
-0.6 


11^ 
4.8 


17i3fi 
-0,3 


23r>4 
1.5 




F 


27 


0.3 


12:02 
4,3 


l*i:42 
0,3 


. . J 




§ 


28 


4:37 


10:42 
4.7 


16:58 
-0.4 


22:69 
5.0 




W 


28 


5:46 
—0.3 


4.6 


18:19 
0.0 




S 


28 


0^37 
3.6 


6:52 
0,6 


12:52 
4.0 


19:37 
0.5 


E 


M 


29 


5:27 
-0.7 


li:34 
4.e 


17:82 
—0.2 


23:50 
4.7 




Th 


29 


0:15 
4.1 


6:36 
0.0 


12:42 
4.3 


19:14 
0,3 


$ ** 


29 


3.3 


7:48 
0,0 


13:46 


20:33 
0.7 




Tu 


30 


0:17 

-0.5 


12:27 


18:47 
0.1 


. . . 


C 


F 


m 


1:10 
3.8 


7:28 
0.3 


13:K3 
4,1 


2lt:]l 
0.6 


A M 


30 


2.35 
3.2 


»:45 
1.0 


14:43 
3.7 


21:28 
0.7 


C 


W 


31 


0:44 
4.B 


7:00 


13:18 
4.4 


19:44 
O.K 




S 


31 


2:08 
3.4 


8:22 
0.6 


14:28 
3.9 


21:06 
0.7 












1 

1 


The tl< 
acomparii 
from Mear 
2.2 feet bel 
minus (— ) 

The til 
(a. m.).al 

•. nei 
equator; I 


les are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
ion of consecutive heights will indicate whe 
I Low Water, which is the datum of soundi 
ow mean sea level. To find the depth of w 
sign is before the height, in which case sub 
ne used Is Eastern Standard, 75th meridian 
I greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and wh 
N moon; ^, Istquar; O. f"!^ moon; ([, 3d 
L, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


th their times on the first line and heights 
ther it is high or low water. The heights, ii 
ngs on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Char 
ater, add the tabular height to the soundin 
tract it. 

W.: O** Is midnight, 12^ is noon.; all hours U 
en diminished by 12 give the limeji after nooi 
quar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


n the second line of each day; 
\ feet and tenths, are reclconed 
is for this region, and which is 
gs given on the chart, unless a 

»8S than 12 are in the forenoon 
3; for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m ■ 
farthest north or south of the 

i 



88 



NEW YORK (Goyernors Island), NEW YORK, 1907. 



OCTOBER. 


NOVEMBER. 


DECEMBER. 1 


1 


Day of- 


Time and Heifht of High and 
Low Water. 


i 


Dayof- 


Time and Heiffb t of High and 
Low water. 


S 


Day of— 


Time and Hei^t of High and 
Low water. 


W. 


Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 


W. Mo. 




Tu 


1 


8:28 
8.1 


9:44 
LO 


15:29 
8.6 


22:25 
0.7 




F 


1 


4.-09 
8.7 


10:42 
0.8 


16:14 
8.8 


23K)0 
0.8 




8 


1 


AM 
4.4 


10:50 
0.4 


16:17 
4.0 


22:53 
0.1 




W 


2 


4:18 
8.2 


10:35 
0.9 


16:20 
3.7 


28:07 
0.6 




S 


2 


4:52 
4.1 


11:27 
0.5 


17:02 
4.0 


23:87 
0.1 




M 


2 


4:58 
4.7 


11:89 
0.1 


17H)8 
4.2 


28:37 
—0.1 , 




Th 


3 


5:00 
8.5 


11:20 
0.8 


17.-06 
8.9 


28:47 
0.4 


E 


8 


3 


5:84 
4.5 


12:06 
0.1 


17:47 
4.3 


. . . 




Tu 


3 


5:46 
5.0 


12:27 
-0.2 


17:59 
4.4 


• • • 




F 


4 


6:86 
3.8 


12:01 
0.5 


17:47 
4.1 


: : : 




M 


4 


0:16 
—0.1 


6:14 
4.8 


12:51 
-0.1 


18:28 
4.5 




W 


4 


032 
-0.2 


6:82 
5.2 


13:14 
-0.4 


18:4* 
4.5 




S 


6 


0:22 
0.1 


6:12 
4.1 


12:40 
0.3 


18:25 
4.8 


• 


Tu 


5 


0:53 
—0.2 


6:56 
5.1 


13:33 
-0.3 


19:12 
4.6 


• 


Th 


5 


1K)8 
—0.8 


7:18 
5.4 


14X)8 
-0.5 


19:38 
4.5 




s 


6 


0:58 
0.0 


6:48 
4.5 


13:19 
0.0 


19:02 
4.5 




W 


6 


1:82 
—0.3 


7:88 
5.8 


14:18 
-0.4 


19:56 
4.6 


P 


F 


6 


1:55 
-0.8 


8.-06 
5.4 


14:5(2 
—0.6 


2O'.d0 
4.5 


E 

• 


M 


7 


1:38 
-0.2 


7t25 
4.8 


18:57 
—0.2 


19:40 
4.6 




Th 


7 


2:15 
-0.3 


8:28 
5.8 


15.-05 
-0.4 


20:42 
4.6 


S 


8 ' 7 

1 


2:45 
-0.1 


8:66 
5.8 


15:45 
—0.6 


21:23 
4.4 




Tu 


8 


2:06 
-0.3 


8K)5 
5.0 


14:87 
-0.8 


2019 
4.7 




F 


8 


8K» 
-0.2 


9:01 
5.2 


15:55 
-0.4 


21:81 
4.4 




8! 8 


8:40 
0.0 


9-48 
5.1 


16:40 
—0.5 


22:22 

4.2 




W 


9 


2:43 
-0.8 


8:46 
5.2 


15:20 
-0.8 


21K)1 
4.7 


P 

S 


S 


9 


8:48 
0.0 


9:57 
6.0 


16:50 
-0.2 


22:26 
4.2 




Ml 9 


4:42 
0.8 


10:41 
4.8 


17«i 
-0.8 


23:28 
4.1 




Th 


10 


3:23 
—0.2 


9:29 
6.2 


16K)6 
-0.2 


21:46 
4.6 




s 


10 


4:43 
0.3 


10:62 
4.8 


17:50 
—0.1 


23:28 
4.0 




Tu 


10 


5:50 
0.4 


11:42 
4,5 


18:88 
-0.2 


. . . , 




F 


11 


4:06 
—0.1 


10:15 
6.0 


16:58 
-0.1 


22:34 
4.4 




M 


11 


5:58 
0.5 


11:51 
4.5 


18:55 
0.0 


. . . 


}) 


W 


11 


0:88 
4.0 


7Kn 
0.5 


12:48 
4.2 


19:40 
—4). I i 




8 


12 


4:54 
0.2 


11:06 

4.8 


17:56 
0.1 


28:28 
4.1 


}) 


Tu 


12 


0:42 
8.8 


7:10 
0.7 


13K)1 
4.2 


20:00 
0.1 




Th 


12 


1:49 
4.0 


8:15 
0.5 


14:02 
4.1 


20:41 

—0.1 


8 


S 


13 


5:52 
0.4 


12:02 
4.5 


19:02 
0.2 


. . . 




W 


13 


2K» 
8.8 


8:28 
0.6 


14:16 
4.1 


21 K» 
0.0 


E 


F 


13 


2:54 
4.2 


9-24 
0.4 


15:12 
4.0 


21:39 
-0.1, 


? 


M 


14 


0:33 
8.9 


7:06 
0.6 


18:07 
4.8 


20:13 
0.8 




Th 


14 


3:15 
4.0 


9:40 
0.4 


15:30 
4.1 


22:04 
—0.1 




8 


14 


3:54 
4.3 


10:28 
0.8 


16:16 
4.0 


22:33 
—0.1 




Tu 


16 


1:54 
8.7 


8:30 
0.7 


14.-24 
4.1 


21:22 
0.2 




F 


15 


4:16 
4.2 


10:48 
0.2 


16:34 
4.2 


22:58 
-0.3 




8 


15 


4:47 
4.5 


11:22 
0.1 


17:15 
4.0 


23:24 . 

—0.2 ' 




W 


16 


8:20 
3.8 


9:47 
0.5 


15:40 
4.2 


22:24 
0.0 


E 


S 


16 


5K)9 
4.5 


11:88 
0.0 


17:32 
4.3 


.28:48 
-0.4 




M 


16 


5:85 
4.7 


12:12 
0.0 


18.-06 
4.0 


. . . 




Th 


17 


4:29 
4.0 


10:62 
0.2 


16:48 
4.4 


28:20 
—0.2 




8 


17 


5:57 
4.8 


12:28 
-0.2 


18:22 
4.4 


. . . 




Tu 


17 


0:11 
—0.2 


6:18 
4.8 


12:69 
—0.1 


16:53 
4.0 




F 


18 


5:27 
4.4 


11:60 
—0.1 


17:46 
4.6 


: : : 




M 


18 


0:85 
—0.4 


6:42 
4.9 


13:14 
-0.8 


19:08 
4.3 




W|18 


0:55 
—0.1 


7.-00 

4.8 


13:48 

—0.2 


19:35 
3.9 




S 


19 


0:11 
-0.5 


6:18 
4.7 


12:42 
-0.8 


18:38 
4.7 


o 


Tu 


19 


1:18 
-0.4 


752 
5.0 


13:57 
-0.4 


19:50 
4.2 


G 


Th 


19 


1:86 
0.0 


7:88 
4,7 


14:28 
-0.2 


20:12 
3.8 


£ 


8 


20 


0:59 
-0.6 


7:04 
4.8 


18:30 
-0.6 


19:25 
4.7 




W 


20 


2:00 
-0.2 


8.-00 
4.9 


14:40 
-0.S 


20:32 
4.1 


N 


F 


20 


2:16 
0.2 


8:13 
4.6 


15.-02 
-0.1 


20:47 
3.7 . 


o 


M 


21 


1:44 
—0.6 


7:46 
5.0 


14:15 
-0.5 


20:11 
4.6 




Th 


21 


2:39 
0.0 


8:87 
4.8 


15:23 
-0.2 


21:10 
3.9 




S 


21 


2:52 
0.4 


8:47 
. 4.5 


15:40 
0.0 


21:17 
8.6 




Tu 


22 


2:26 
—0.5 


8:28 
5.0 


15:01 
-0.5 


20:55 
4.5 




F 


22 


8:19 
0.8 


9:14 
4.6 


16:06 
0.0 


21:47 
3.7 


A 


8 


22 


3:25 
0.4 


9:17 
4.4 


16:17 
0.1 


21:46 1 
3.6 , 




W 


23 


8K» 
-0.8 


9.-08 
4.9 


15:46 
-0.8 


21:38 
4.2 


N 


S 


23 


8:57 
0.6 


9:50 

4.4 


16:48 
0.1 


22:21 
3.6 




M 


23 


3J>7 
0.8 


9:50 
4.3 


16:55 
0.2 


22:17 

8,7 1 




Th 


24 


8:52 
0.0 


9:49 
4.7 


16:82 
-0.1 


22:19 
4.0 




8 


24 


4:35 
0.8 


10:26 
4.2 


17:88 
0.8 


22:59 
3.5 




Tu 


u 


4:83 

0.9 


10:23 
4.2 


17:82 
0.3 


22:57 
8.8 




F 


25 


4:35 
0.3 


10:30 
4.5 


17.-20 
0.1 


23«2 
3.7 


A 


M 


25 


5:16 
LO 


11:02 
4.0 


18:18 
0.5 


28:39 
3.4 




Wi25 


5:12 
. 0.9 


11 KB 
4.1 


18:11 
0.4 


23:43 ' 
3.9 




S 


26 


5:17 
0.7 


11K» 
4.2 


18:10 
0.4 


23:44 
3.4 




Tu 


26 


6:04 
L2 


11:42 
3.9 


19:05 
0.6 


. . . 




Th'26 


6K)2 
0.9 


11:48 
4.0 


18:62 
0.4 


! ! I ' 


N 


s 


27 


6:05 
1.0 


11:48 
3.9 


19:01 
0.6 


. . . 


^ 


W 


27 


0:28 
3.5 


7K)2 
L2 


12:30 
3.7 


19:52 
0.6 


I 


Fl27 


0:85 
4.0 


7K)0 
0.9 


12.-28 
3.9 


1935 
0.4 , 


A 


m|28 


0:30 
3.2 


7:00 
L2 


12:34 
3.7 


19:53 
0.7 




Th 


28 


1:25 
3.6 


8:06 
LI 


13:23 
3.7 


20:37 
0.6 


E 


S '28 


1:32 
4.1 


8K)7 
0.9 


13:84 
3.9 


20:25 
0.4 


-^ 


Tu29 


1:28 
3.2 


8:01 
L2 


13:29 
3.6 


20:47 
0.7 




F 


29 


2:22 
8.7 


9:05 
LO 


14:22 
3.7 


21:24 
0.5 




8 !29 

1 


. 2:30 
4.3 


9:12 
0:7 


14:82 
8.9 


21:18 
0.3 


1 
1 


W 30 


2:31 
3.2 


9:01 
L2 


14:26 
3.6 


21:34 
0.6 


E 


S 


30 


3:18 
4.0 


10:00 
0.7 


15:22 
3.9 


22:09 
0.3 




Ml 30 

1 


3:38 
4.5 


10:14 
0.6 


15:34 
4.0 


22:13 
0.1 


1 
1 


Th31 


3:22 
3.4 


9:66 
1.0 


15:23 
3.6 


22:18 
0.6 


















Tu 31 


4:26 

4.8 


11:1 
0.2 


16:37 


23K»8 
0.0 


1 The tld 
a comparis 
from Mean 
2.2 feet bel 

1 minus (-) 

The tlE 

(a.m.),all 

1 •. new 
, equator; A 


es are placed in the order of oc< 
on of consecutive heigh la will i 
Low Water, which is the datui 
ow mean sea level. To find the 
sigrn is before the height, in wl 
ae used is Eastern Standard, 75t 
greater are in the afternoon (p. i 
r moon; ^. 1st quar.; Q, full m 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


juri 
idi 
no 
de 
icli 
hn 
n.) 
x>n 


renc< 
3ate 
! sou 
pth 
cas< 
leric 
and 


.*, wi 
whe 
ndir 
of w 

lian, 
whe 
3d ( 


th their times on the first line and heights c 
ther it is high or low water. The helghta, ir 
igs on the Coast and Gi'odctic Survey Chart 
Iter, add the tabular height to the sbundin 
tract it. 

W.: Oh i«J midnight, I'i*- is noon; all nours 1 
n diminished by 1*2 give the times after noon 
juar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


m the second line of each day; ,. 
I feet and tenths, are reckoned i 
s for this region, and which la < 
^ given on the chart, unlesa a 

1 

ess than 12 are in the forenoon | 
; for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. j 
farthest north or south of the i 

1 



SANDY HOOK (The Horeeshoe), NEW JERSEY, 1907. 



89 



— 




JANUARY- 








?EnnvAR\\ 






MAJtCH. 




Day of— 


Low Water. 


S 


Dara(— 


Tftnc&nd Height of High and 
liow Water* 


j 


Dii.]ri>(— 


Time und Height cj| Hl^fbiind 
Low Watur. 


W. 


Mo. 


F 


■ 


W. 


M<). 


Tu 


1 


2m 

0.5 


am 
4.« 


14:55 
0.0 


20:.^ 
4.0 




1 


8:06 
0.3 


9:24 
4.S 


15144 
—0.2 


21:50 
4.6 




F 


1 


2:10 
—0.1 


8:22 14:40 
5,0 —0.4 


20:4S 
4.9 


1 


W 


2 


TAQ 
O.fl 


4.7 


1,7;32 
0.0 


21:30 
4.0 




S 


2 


B:4G 
0.2 


4.7 


ie:20 
-0,1 


22;34 
4.(i 


E 


8 


3 


2:52 
—0,1 


9KK1 15:15 
4.9 —0.3 


21:28 
5.0 




Th 


8 


3:ia 

afl 


Q:41 
4.6 


lfi:10 
0.0 


22:11 
4,1 


E 


H 


3 


4:34 
0.3 


10:42 
4.5 


17:00 
0.0 


4.6 




§ 


3 


3:35 
—0.1 


»:44 15:55 
4.H -0.2 


22:12 
4.9 




F 


4 


4:00 


10,-20 
4.6 


16:40 
U.O 


4.2 




M 


4 


0.3 


4.3 


17:50 
0.1 


. . . 




M 


4 


4:2J 
0.0 


10:'26 113:38 
4A\ -0,1 


23:00 1 

4.8 1 




S 


6 


0.5 


11 102 
4.4 


17:30 
0.1 


23:47 
4.3 


c 


Tu 


5 


0:16 
1.6 


a4 




18:46 
0.3 




Tu 


5 


5:12 
0.1 


11:15 17i2tt 
4.4 0.2 


23:54 ' 
4.7 




s 


6 


0.5 


4.S 


lStl9 
0.^ 


. . . 




\v 


6 


US 
45 


7^6 

as 


13:32 
4.0 


19:48 
0.4 




W 


6 


6:10 
0.3 


12:13 l«r22 
1.1 0.1 


. . , ■ 


E 


M 


7 


0:4S 
4.4 


O.fi 


32:49 
4.1 


19:15 

0.2 




Th 


7 


2.^ 
4.6 


8;45 
0.5 


14:48 
3,9 


21:00 
0.4 


c 


Th 


7 


0:54 
4.5 


7:17 0:22 
0.4 B.9 


19:31 
0.6 




Tu 


8 


1:4^ 
4.& 


7:55 
0,5 


13:6r^ 
4.1 


20:15 
0.2 




F 


S 


3:27 
4.7 


9^ 
0.3 


16^ 
4.0 


22fft 
0.2 


s 


F 


8 


2:02 
4.5 


8:34 14:42 
0.4 3.8 


20:46 
0.5 




W 


9 


2:45 
4.7 


9:05 
0.4 


15:05 
4.1 


2l:lfl 
0.1 


& 


H 


9 


4:30 
5.0 


ItdXl 
0.0 


1T:10 
4.3 


23:10 
0.0 


p 


S 


9 


3:10 
4,0 


9:42 15:56 
0.3 4,0 


21:59 
0,3 




Th 


10 


3:4« 
4>9 


10:12 

a;: 


16:18 


22:21 
0.0 


p 


S 


10 


5:31 
5,3 


12:00 
-0.4 


18:10 
4.6 


. . . 




8 


10 


4117 
4.8 


10:48 17:02 
0,0 4.3 


23^ 
0.0 




F 


11 


4tlB 
5,2 




17:20 
L4 


23:23 

-*\2 




n 


11 


0:10 
-0.3 


G:'26 
6.5 


12 1,-^ 
-0.7 


1«:05 
4.9 




M 


11 


5:20 
5.1 


11:44 18:00 
-0. 4 4. 7 


• ■ * 


p 


S 


12 


5:45 
5.5 


12:12 
—0.5 


18:21 
4.6 




• 


Tu 


12 


IKKi 
-0.5 


7:18 
5.7 


13:41 
—0.9 


19:55 
6.1 




Tu 


12 


0:02 
-0.3 


6:10 12:35 
5.8 —0.6 


18:48 
5.0 


s 


s 


13 


0:21 
-0.4 


6:40 
5.7 


13:06 
-0.7 


19:17 

4.8 




W 


13 


1:58 
—0.6 


8K)8 
6.7 


14:30 
— LO 


20:42 
5.2 




W 


13 


0:56 
-0.5 


7K)5 13:20 
6.4 -0.8 


19:35 
6.2 


• 

1 


M 


14 


1:15 
-0.5 


7:82 
5.8 


13:59 
-0.9 


20:10 
6.0 




Th 


14 


2:45 
-0.5 


8:56 
5.6 


16:15 
-0.9 


21:28 
5.2 


• 


Th 


14 


1:42 
M).6 


7:60 14K)6 
6.5 -0.8 


20:17 
5.3 




Tu 


15 


2:10 
—0.6 


8r24 
5.8 


14:49 
— LO 


21H)2 
5.0 




F 


15 


3:82 
-0.4 


9:44 
6.3 


16K)0 
-0.7 


22:12 
6.1 


E 


F 


15 


2:28 
-0.6 


8:85 14:48 
6.3 —0.7 


21.-00 
5.3 




W 


16 


8:01 
—0.5 


9:14 
5.7 


15:39 
— LO 


21:58 
5.0 


E 


S 


16 


4.-20 
-0.2 


10:28 
5.0 


16:40 
—0.4 


22:57 
4.9 




S 


16 


3:10 
-0.4 


9:20 15.26 
6.1 -0.5 


21:b8 
5.1 




Th 


17 


3:54 
-0.8 


10:(M 
5.5 


16:26 
—0.8 


22:48 
4.9 




8 


17 


6:07 
0.1 


11:14 
4.6 


17:26 
0.0 


28:a 
4.6 




s 


17 


3:50 
-0.2 


10:00 16K)8 
4.8 -0.2 


22:20 
4.9 




F 


18 


4:46 
-0.1 


10:55 
5.1 


17:15 
-0.5 


28:35 
4.8 




M 


18 


5:55 
0.4 


12:00 
4.2 


18:10 
0.3 






M 


18 


4:34 
0.0 


10:40 16:44 
4.4 0.2 


28K)0 
4.6 


E 


S 


19 


5:40 
0.2 


11:48 
4.8 


18:04 
-0.2 


: : : 


D 


Tu 


19 


0:28 
4.4 


6:46 
0.6 


12:50 
3.8 


18:55 
0.6 




Tu 


19 


6:18 
0.3 


11:21 17:22 
4.0 0.6 


28:41 
4.3 


1 


s 


20 


0:25 
4.6 


6:35 
0.4 


12:40 
4.4 


18:54 
0.1 




W 


20 


1:18 
4.2 


7:42 
0.8 


13:45 
3.6 


19:46 
0.8 




W 


20 


6K« 
0.6 


12:04 18:03 
8.7 0.9 


. . . 


:d 


M 


21 


1:15 
4.5 


7:32 
0.6 


13:35 
4.1 


19:46 
0.3 


A 


Th 


21 


2:11 
4.1 


8:41 
0.9 


14:46 
8.4 


20:41 
0.9 


A 


Th 


21 


0:27 
4.1 


6:54 12:62 
0.8 3.4 


18:50 
LI 




Tu 


22 


2:06 
4.4 


8:30 
0.7 


14:34 
3.8 


20:38 
0.5 




F 


22 


8:06 
4.1 


9:40 
0.9 


15:47 
3.4 


21:88 
0.9 


N 


F 


22 


1:20 
3.9 


7:50 13:51 
0.9 3.3 


19:46 
L2 




W 


23 


8:00 
4.8 


9:30 
0.8 


15:32 
8.7 


21:30 
0.6 


N 


S 


23 


4:00 
4.2 


10:84 
0.8 


16:41 
3.5 


22:32 
0.8 




S 


23 


2:15 
3.9 


8:48 14:56 
0.9 8.4 


20:50 
LI 




Th 


24 


3:54 
4.8 


10:25 
0.7 


16:27 
3.6 


22:20 
0.7 




s 


24 


4:60 
4.8 


11:20 
0.5 


17:30 
3.7 


23:21 
0.6 




H 


24 


3:15 
4.0 


9:45 16:57 
0.7 3.5 


21:53 
LO 


A 


F 


25 


4:42 
4.4 


11:15 
0.6 


17:20 
3.7 


23.-08 
0.6 




M 


25 


5:40 
4.5 


12:05 
0.2 


18:11 
4.0 


. . . 




M 


25 


' 4:10 
4.2 


10:35 16:50 
0.5 3.9 


22:48 
0.7 




S 


26 


5:26 
4.6 


12:00 
0.5 


18:04 
3.7 


28:52 
0.5 




Tu 


26 


om 

0.4 


6:24 
4.7 


12:45 
0.0 


18:50 
4.8 




Tu 


26 


5:03 
4.4 


11:23 17:35 
0.2 4.2 


23:39 
0.4 


N 


s 


27 


6:10 
4.7 


12:40 
0.3 


18:46 
3.9 






W 


27 


, 0:52 
0.2 


7:05 
4.9 


13:24 
—0.2 


19«2 
4.5 




W 


27 


5:60 
4.6 


12:08 18:18 
0.0 4.6 


. . . 


• M ! 28 

1 1 


0:35 
0.5 


6:52 
4.8 


13:16 
0.1 


19:22 
4.0 


G 


Th 


28 


1-.30 
0.0 


7:45 
5.0 


14:00 
—0.4 


20:10 
4.8 




Th 


28 


0:25 
0.0 


6:34 12:48 
4. 8 -0. 8 


18:48 
4.9 


O Tu 


29 


1:12 
0.4 


7:30 
4.9 


13:54 
—0.1 


19:68 
4.2 
















8 


F 


29 


1:08 
—0,2 


7:18 13:28 
5.0 -0.4 


19:40 
5.2 




^y 


30 


1:60 
0.8 


8:10 
4.9 


14:29 
-0.2 


20:32 
4.3 


















S 


30 


1:52 
-0.4 


8K)0 14:10 
5.0 —0.5 


20:22 
5.3 


JTh 

LJ 


31 


2:28 
0.3 


8:46 
4.9 


15:05 
—0.2 


21:10 
4.4 














i 




s 


31 


2:36 
-0.5 


8:41 14:47 
5. —0. 4 


21:0b 
6.3 


' a 

1 e< 


Th 
com 
om 1 
3 fee 
inufl 

Th 
L.ra. 

• 


etid 
paria 
lean 
tbel 

(-) 
tetii 
),all 

new 
yr; A 


les are placed In the order of oc< 
on of consecutive heights will i 

Low Water, which Is the datiii 
ow mean sea level. To find th< 

sign is before the height, in wh 
ne used Is Eastern Standard, 75t 
greater are in the afternoon (p. i 
r moon; ^, Ist quar.; O. ^ull m 
L, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


?ur 
[idi( 
n o 
3di 
lich 
hn 
n.) 

OOD 


renc 
.lite 
fsou 
pth 
ca» 
ieri(3 
and 

; C. 


B, wi 
whe 
ndir 
of w 
esut 
lian 
whe 
3d( 


th their times on the first line a 
ther it is high or low water. Th 
igs on the Coast and Geodetic S 
ater, add the tabular height to 
tract it. 

W.; 0»» is midnight, 12«» is noon; 
n diminished by 12 give the tim< 
juar.; E, moon on the equator; 


nd 
leh 
urv 
the 

all 
jsa 
N, 


bei^ 
eigh 
eye 

SOUI 

hou 
fteri 
S, m 


btso 
ts.Ii 
hart 
idin 

rs k 
loon 
oon 


n the second line of each day; 
I feet and tenths, are reckoned 
a for this region, and which is 
B^s given on the chart, unless a 

ss than 12 are in the forenoon 
; for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 
farthest north or south of the 



90 



SANDY HOOK (The Horeeshoe), NEW JERSEY, 1907. 



APRIL. 



O 



Dayof- 



W.'Mo. 



M 
Tu 
W 
Th 

F 

S 

M 
Tu 
W 
Th 

F 

S 

s 

M 

To 
W 
Th 
F 

S 

M 

Tu 
W 
Th 
F 

S 

H 
M 
Tu 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

?2 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

I I 



Time and Heisht of High and 
Low Water. 



8:22 
—0.4 

4:10 
-0.3 

5:02 
—0.1 

6:02 
0.1 

0:38 
4.6 

1:46 
4.5 

2:58 
4.6 

4:00 
4.7 

5:04 
4.9 

5:58 
5.1 

0:38 
—0.4 

1:24 
-0.5 

2:05 
—0.6 

2:48 
—0.4 

8:26 
-0.2 

4:05 
0.1 

4:44 
0.8 

5:25 
0.5 

6:10 
0.7 

0:28 
8.9 

1:24 
3.9 

2:25 
8.9 

8:26 
4.1 

4:21 
4.8 

5:14 
4.5 

6:02 
4.8 

0:45 
—0.4 

1:32 
—0.6 

2:20 
—0.7 

8:06 
—0.7 



9:-26 
4.8 

10:14 
4.6 

11K» 
4.3 

12:08 
4.1 

7:08 
0.3 

8:18 
0.3 

9:27 
0.1 

10:30 
-0.1 

11-24 
—0.8 

12:12 
-0.5 

6:45 
5.2 

7:32 
5.1 

8:15 
5.0 

8:56 
4.8 

9.84 
4.5 

10:10 
4.1 

10:45 
8.8 

11:24 
8.6 

12.-06 
3.5 

7:00 
0.8 

8:00 
0.8 

8:52 
0.7 

9:48 
0.5 

10:88 
0.2 

11:28 
—0.1 

12:14 
-0.3 

6:60 
4.9 

7:36 
5.0 

8:25 
6.0 

9:14 
4.8 



15:84 
—0.3 

16:18 
0.0 

17:10 
0.3 

18:12 
0.5 

13:22 
3.9 

14:40 
4.0 

15:47 
4.2 

16:18 
4.5 

17:40 
4.8 

18:28 
5.1 

12:57 
—0.6 

13:40 
-0.6 

14:17 
-0.4 

14:55 
—0.2 

15:30 
0.1 

16:00 
0.6 

16:85 
0.8 

17H» 
1.0 

17:62 
1.1 

13:05 
3.4 

14:06 
8.5 

15:10 
3.8 

16:05 
4.1 

16:56 
4.5 

17:42 
4.9 

18:28 
5.2 

12:67 
-0.6 

18:42 
-0.5 

14:26 
-0.6 

16:12 
-0.8 



21:62 
5.2 

22:40 
6.0 

23:36 

4.8 



19:24 
0.7 

20:40 
0.6 

21:62 
0.4 

22:54 
0.1 

23:50 
—0.2 



19:11 
5.8 

19:58 
6.8 

20:22 
6.2 

21:06 
5.1 

21:44 
4.9 

2220 
4.6 

28:00 
4.8 

28:40 
4.1 



18:54 
•L2 

20:04 
L2 

21:10 
LO 

22:14 
0.6 

28:06 
0.8 

28:58 
-0.1 



19:15 
5.4 

20:00 
6.6 

20:46 
6.6 

21:36 
5.4 



MAY. 



Day of— 



W. !mo. 



.1 



Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 



W 



Th| 2 



31 

4 

6 

6 = 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 



S 

M 

Tu 
W 
Th 

F 
1 S 

§ 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 

F 

S 

8 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 

F 

S 

s 

M 
Tu 
W 
Th 



F,31 



3:58 
—0.5 

4:52 
—0.3 

6:51 
—0.1 

0:26 
4.7 

1:30 
4.5 

2:40 
4.6 

3:46 

4.6 

4:44 
4.7 

5:36 
4.7 

0:20 
—0.2 

1:04 
-0.8 

1:46 
—0.8 

2:25 
—0.2 

8:00 
—0.1 

8:40 
0.1 

4:14 
0.8 

4:60 
0.4 

5:32 
0.6 

6:20 
0.6 

0:36 
8.9 

1:35 
3.9 

2:86 
4.0 

8:40 
4.2 

4:88 
4.4 

6:32 
4.6 

0:22 
-0.6 

1:12 
—0.7 

2:04 
—0.8 

2:54 
-0.8 

3:45 
-0.7 

4:40 
—0.6 



10:02 
4.6 

IIKX) 
4.4 

12:05 
4.2 

6:.>6 
0.0 

8:C0 
0.1 

9:a5 
0.0 

10:04 
—0.1 

10:57 
—0.2 

11:45 
—0.3 

6:24 

4.8 

7:10 
4.7 

7:50 
4.6 

8:80 

4.4 

9:06 
4.1 

9:40 
8.9 

10:10 
8.8 

10:50 
8.6 

11:80 
8.6 

12:24 
8.6 

7:10 
0.6 

8:04 
U.6 

9:00 
0.4 

9:66 
0.1 

10:48 
—0.1 

11:89 
—0.8 

6:24 

4.8 

7:15 
4.9 

8:08 
4.9 

9:00 

4.8 

9:55 
4.7 

10:.'>4 
4.5 



16:01 
0.0 

17K)0 
0.3 

18:05 
0.5 

13:14 
4.1 

14:26 
4.2 

15:80 
4.4 

16:26 
4.6 

17:15 
4.9 

1H:00 
5.1 

12:80 
—0.4 

13:10 
—0.3 

13:48 
-0.1 

14:24 
0.1 

14:56 
0.4 

15r26 
0.7 

15:66 
0.8 

16:26 
1.0 

17:11 
1.0 

18:10 
LI 

13:26 
8.8 

14:26 
4.0 

15:25 
4.4 

16:18 
4.7 

17:10 
6.0 

18K)0 
6.4 

12:80 
—0.6 

13:20 
—0.6 

14:09 
-0.5 

15:00 
—0.3 

15:54 

16:50 
0.1 



22:26 
5.2 

23«2 
4.9 



1V:16 
0.6 

20:32 
0.5 

21:40 
0.4 

22:40 
0.2 

23:32 
0.0 



18:46 
6.2 

19:28 
5.2 

20:00 
6.2 

20:86 
6.0 

21:12 

4.8 

21:50 
4.6 

22:20 
4.4 

23:00 
4.2 

28:44 
4.0 



19:20 
1.0 

20:80 
0.8 

21:36 
0.6 

22:86 
0.2 

28:30 
—0.2 



18:50 
6.6 

19:40 

5.8 

20:29 
5.7 

21:20 
5,6 

22:12 
6.4 

23:08 
6.1 



JUNE. 



Day of— 



Mo. 



F 

S 

§ 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 

F 

S 

§ 
M 
Tu 

Th 
F 

S 

M 

Tu 
W 

Th 
F 

S 

s 



Tu 4 
Th 6 



Time and Height of High and 
Low water. 



5:85 
—0.4 

0H)A 
4.8 

1:10 
4.6 

2:15 
4.5 

3:a) 
4.4 

4:18 
4.4 

6:10 
4.4 

6K» 
4.3 

0:42 
0.0 
1:24 
0.0 

2:00 
0.0 

2-.38 
0.0 

8:16 
0.1 

8:48 
0.2 



11:65 
4.4 

6:35 
—0.3 

7:35 
—0.1 

8:35 
0.0 

9:34 
0.0 

10:26 
0.0 

11:15 
-0.1 

12K)0 
—0.1 

6:46 
4.8 

7:30 
4.2 

8:08 
4.1 

8:44 
4.0 

9:12 
8.9 

9:46 
8.8 



4:24 
0.2 


10:20 
8.8 


5KX) 
0.8 


11K)0 
8.9 


6:40 
0.8 


11:60 
4.0 



6:25 
0.4 

0:50 
4.0 

1:53 
4.0 

2:66 
4.1 

4:02 
4.2 

5:05 
4.4 

0:02 
—0.4 

0:55 
-0.6 

1:46 
—0.8 

2:40 
-0.9 

3:80 
—0.9 

4:22 
—0.8 

5:15 
—0.6 



12:45 

4.1 

7:19 
0.4 

8:18 
0.8 

9:14 
0.2 

10:16 
0.0 

11:12 
—0.2 

6:06 
4.C 

7:00 
4.8 

7:56 
4.9 

8:50 
1.9 

9:45 
4.9 

10:40 

4.8 

11:85 
4.7 



17:.t5 
0.4 

13K» 
4.4 

14. -00 
4.4 

15HK) 
4.5 

15:55 
4.7 

16:45 
4.8 

17:34 
4.9 

18:15 
5.0 

12:40 
0.0 

13:20 
0.1 

13:55 
0.3 

14:28 
0.5 

14:56 
0.7 

15:26 
0.8 

lOKX) 
0.8 

16:45 
0.8 

17:40 
0.8 

18:42 
0.8 

13:45 
4.3 

14:46 
4.5 

15:44 

4.8 

16:40 
6.1 

17:85 
5.4 

12:06 
—0.4 

13:00 
—0.5 

13:55 
—0.6 

14:48 
—0.4 

15:40 
—0.3 

16:S6 
-0.1 

17:36 
0.2 



19:f4 
0.0 

•20:12 
0.5 

21:17 

0.4 

2L':ir> 
0.3 

231<. 
O.J 

23:37 
0.1 



1H.56 
5.1 

1921 

5.0 

20:10 
4.9 

20-4-") 

4.8 

21:21 
4.6 

21:53 

4.5 

22:2^ 
4.3 

23.^ 

4-2 

28&'> 
4.1 



19:50 
0.7 

21.110 

a 5 

22:(B 

as 

23:05 
—0.1 



18:30 
5.6 

19r30 

5.^ 

30:12 
5.S 

21:ff» 
,%.? 

5.5 

22:50 
5.3 

'JS'AS 

5.0 



The tides are placed In the order of occurrence, with their times on the first line and helKhta on the second line of each day; 
a comparison of consecutive heights will indicate whether it Is high or low water. The heightx, In feet and tenths, are reckoned ' 
from Mean Low Water, which in the datum of soundings on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Charts for this region, and which is 
2.3 feet below mean sea leve. To find the depth of water, add the tabular height to the soundings given on the chart, unless a 
minus ( - ) sign Is before the height, in which case subtract It. j 

The time used is Eastern Standard, 76th meridian W: 0»» Is midnight, 12«> is no(m; all hours less than 12 are In the forenoon 
(a. m.),allgreater are in the afternoon (p.m.)and when diminlshini by 12 give the times after noon; forinstance, 15:47 is 8:47 p. m. 

#, new moon; }), 1st quar.; Q. '"'l moon; C. 3d quar.; E. moon on the equator; N, S. moon farthest north or aoath of the ! 
equator; A, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 



SANDY HOOK (The Horeeshoe), NEW JERSEY, 1907. 



91 



JULY. [ 




AUGUST. 




1 




SrPTJvMBER. 






TL 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


a 

8- 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of Hifrh ftnd 
Low Wfiu>r. 




D«^of— 


TimeaQf^ 


1 Holgh 

8:28 
0.9 


tQlHIgbund 


W. Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 


W.| 


Mo 




M 


1 


6K)8 
—0.4 


12:30 
4.6 


18:88 . . . 
0.3 .. . 




Th 


1 


1:10 
4.2 


7r20 
0.2 


18:45 
4.5 


20:08 
0.6 




S 


1 


2:33 
3.5 


14:50 
4.1 


21:25 
0.8 


iM 


2 


0:46 
4.6 


7K)6 
0.9 


13:S0 19:42 
4.6 0.4 




F 


2 


2:11 
8.9 


8:15 
0.4 


14:40 
4.4 


21:08 
0.7 


N 

A 


M 


2 


3:35 
3.4 


9:27 
0.9 


15:48 
4.2 


22:21 , 

0.8 1 




W 


3 


1:45 
4.4 


8:00 
0.1 


14:25 20:45 
4.5 0.5 




S 


3 


3:11 
3.7 


9:12 
0.5 


15:35 
4.4 


22:07 
0.7 




Tu 


3 


4:33 
3.5 


10:23 

0.8 


16:38 
4.2 


23:10 , 
0.6 




Th 


4 


2:46 
4.2 


8:55 
0.2 


15:20 21:45 
4.6 0.5 




s 


^! 


4:11 
3.7 


10:05 
0.6 


16:26 
4.4 


23:00 
0.6 




W 


4 


5:21 
3.7 


11.13 
0.7 


17:26 
4.4 


23:52 
0.8 




F 


5 


8:48 
4.1 


9:50 
0.2 


16:12 22:40 
4.6 0.4 


A 


M 


5 


5:06 
3.7 


10:58 
0.6 


17:13 
4.5 


23:48 
0.5 




Th 5 


6K)8 
3.9 


11:58 
0.5 


18:09 
4.6 






S 


6 


4:44 
4.0 


10:42 
0.2 


17:00 23:31 
4.7 0.4 


N 


Tu 


6 


5:55 
3.7 


11:44 
0.5 


18:00 
4.6 






F 


6 


0:31 
0.1 


6:40 
4.2 


12:40 
0.3 


18:51 
4.7 




S 


7 


5:38 
4.0 


11:26 
0.3 


17:45 . . . 
4.8 .. . 




W 


7 


0:30 
0.3 


6:38 
3.9 


12:26 
0.5 


18:40 
4.7 


• 


S 


7 


1:08 
—0.1 


"7:15 
4.4 


13:16 
0.2 


19:27 
4.8 


; 


M 


8 


0:18 
0.3 


6:24 
3.9 


12:10 18:2S 
0.3 4.9 




Th 


8 


1:09 
0.2 


7:15 
4.0 


13:06 
0.4 


19:18 
4.8 




S 


8 


1:43 
-0.2 


7:51 
4.7 


13:56 
0.0 


20:06 

4.8 


A 


Tu 


9 


1:00 
0.2 


7:05 
3.9 


12:52 19:08 
0.4 4.9 


• 


F 


9 


1:42 
0.0 


7:50 
4.1 


13:40 
0.4 


19:55 

4.8 


E 


M 


9 


2:17 
—0.2 


8:27 
4.8 


14:33 
-0.1 


20:40 
4.8 


N 

• 


W 


10 


1:37 
0.1 


7:45 
3.9 


13:27 19:45 
0.4 4.9 




S 


10 


2:18 
-0.1 


8:20 
4.3 


14:15 
0.3 


20:31 

4.8 




Tu 


10 


2:50 
—0.2 


9:06 
4.9 


15:11 
-0.1 


21:20 
4.7 




Th 


11 


2:12 
0.1 


8:19 
3.9 


14:02 20:20 
0.5 4.8 




s 


11 


2:60 
-0.2 


8:54 
4.4 


14:50 
0.3 


21:05 
4.7 




W 


11 


3:27 
-0.2 


9:46 
4.9 


15:55 
0.0 


22:00 

4.6 ; 


! 


F 


12 


2:48 
0.0 


8:48 
4.0 


14:34 20:54 
0.6 4.7 




M 


12 


3:24 
-0.2 


9:30 
4.5 


15:30 
0.2 


21:40 
4.6 




Th 


12 


4:07 
0.0 


10:29 

4.8 


16:42 
0.1 


22:43 i 
4.3 




S 


13 


3.-20 
0.0 


9:20 
4.0 


IbM 21:30 
0.6 4.6 


E 


Tu 


13 


4:00 
—0.1 


10:10 
4.6 


16:10 
0.3 


22:16 
4.5 




F 


13 


4:cO 
0.2 


11:19 
4.7 


17:86 
0.3 


23:35 
4.1 


1 1 


14 


3:54 
0.0 


9:55 
4.1 


15:45 22Ky.-J 
0.6 4.5 




W 


14 


4:34 
0.0 


10:54 
4.6 


16:58 
0.3 


•J3:00 
4.4 


D 


S 


14 


5:45 
0.4 


12:16 
4.5 


18:40 
0.4 






M 


15 


4:80 
0.1 


10:36 
4.2 


16:25 22:40 
0.6 4.3 




Th 


15 


6:16 
0.1 


11:44 
4.6 


17:50 
0.4 


23:i:0 
4.2 




s 


15 


0:40 
8.9 


6:48 
0.6 


13:24 
4.4 


19:60 
0.5 




Tu 


16 


5:05 
0.2 


ll:-20 
4.8 


17:15 23:23 
0.6 4.3 


1> 


F 


16 


6K)6 
0.3 


12:40 
4.5 


18:55 
0.5 




s 


M 


16 


1:66 
3.8 


8:04 
0.7 


14:81 
4.4 


21 KM 
0.4 


E W 


17 


5:48 
0.2 


12:12 
4.4 


18:10 . . . 
0.6 .. . 




S 


17 


0:52 
4.0 


7:10 
0.4 


13:44 
4.6 


20K)5 
0.5 




Tu 


17 


8:18 
8.9 


9:21 
0.6 


15:41 
4.6 


22:11 
0.1 


3) Th 


18 


0:15 
4.1 


6:40 
0.8 


13:10 19:18 
4.5 0.6 




s 


18 


2:04 
3.9 


8:16 
0.5 


14:50 
4.6 


21:18 
0.4 


p 


W 


18 


4:28 
4.2 


loai 

0.2 


16:46 
4.9 


23:11 
-0.2 




F 


19 


1:16 
4.0 


7:36 
0.3 


14:10 20:28 
4.5 0.5 




M 


19 


3:20 
8.9 


9:80 
0.4 


16:00 
4.8 


22:26 
0.1 




Th 


19 


6:27 
4.6 


11:82 
-0.1 


17:48 
6.2 


. . . 




S 


20 


2:26 
4.0 


8:40 
0.3 


15:15 21:40 
4.7 0.3 


S 


Tu 


20 


4:36 
4.1 


10:40 
0.1 


17:00 
5.1 


23:80 
—0.8 




F 


20 


0K)6 
—0.6 


650 
5.0 


12:28 
-0.4 


18-.38 
6.4 




S 


21 


3:36 
4.0 


9:47 
0.2 


16:16 22:45 
5.0 0.1 


P 


W 


21 


5:40 
4.5 


11:40 
-0.2 


18:00 
6.4 


: : : 


O 


S 


21 


0:64 
-0.8 


7K» 
6.2 


13:18 
-0.6 


19:26 
5.5 




M 


22 


4:46 
4.2 


10:61 
0.0 


17:18 23:44 
6.8 -0.3 




Th 


22 


0.-24 
-0.6 


6:35 

4.8 


12:38 
—0.4 


18-.52 
5.6 


E 


s 


22 


1:40 
—0.8 


7:68 
6.4 


14:04 
-0.7 


20:12 
6.4 


s 


Tu 


23 


5:50 
4.4 


11:50 
—0.2 


18:11 . . . 
5.6 .. . 


C 


F 


23 


1:15 
-0.9 


7:28 
5.1 


13:31 
—0.6 


19:42 
5.7 




M 


23 


2:24 
—0.8 


8:86 
6.4 


14:49 
—0.6 


20:57 
6.2 


p 

o 


W 


24 


0:40 
-0.6 


6:48 
4.7 


12:60 19:06 
—0.5 6.7 




S 


24 


2:06 
—1.0 


8:16 
5.3 


14:21 
-0.7 


20:30 
6.7 




Tu 


24 


8:06 
-0.6 


9:16 
6.8 


16:38 
-0.6 


21:41 
4.9 




Th 


25 


1:33 
—0.8 


7:44 
4.9 


13:42 19:58 
—0.6 5.8 




S 


25 


2:49 

—1.0 


9:02 
5.4 


15:10 
—0.6 


21:20 
5.5 




W 


25 


8:47 
-0.8 


10:00 
6.1 


16:16 
-0.2 


22:25 
4.6 


F 


26 


2:23 
—1.0 


8:36 
5.1 


14:36 20:50 
—0.6 5.8 


E 


M 


26 


3:34 
—0.9 


9:48 
6.3 


15:58 
-0.4 


22:06 
5.2 




Th 


26 


4:27 
0.1 


10:42 
4.8 


17:08 
0.1 


28:09 
4.2 


' S 


27 


3:14 
—1.0 


9:26 
5.1 


15:28 21:40 
—0.5 5.6 




Tu 


27 


4:18 
-0.6 


10:34 
5.1 


16:45 
—0.2 


22:54 

4.8 




F 


27 


6:09 
0.4 


11:26 
4.6 


17:60 
0.4 


23:65 
3.8 


s 


28 


4:00 
—0.9 


10:17 
5.1 


16^20 22:30 
—0.3 5.3 




W 


28 


5:04 
-0.2 


11:20 
4.9 


17:36 
0.1 


28:41 
4.4 




S 


28 


5:52 
0.8 


12:14 
4.2 


18:42 
0.7 




E 

1 


:m 


29 


4:50 
—0.7 


11:06 
5.0 


17:14 23:21 
—0.1 4.9 




Th 


29 


5:49 
0.1 


12:09 
4.6 


18:26 
0.4 




§ 


s 


29 


0:48 
8.5 


6:41 
1.0 


13K)6 
4.0 


19:37 
0.8 


1 


Tu 


30 


5:37 
—0.4 


11:58 

4.8 


18:08 . . . 
0.2 .. . 


c 


F 


30 


0:38 
4.0 


6:38 
0.5 


13:00 
4.3 


19:24 
0.7 


A 


M 


30 


1:49 
8.4 


7:40 
1.2 


14:03 
3.9 


20:85 
0.9 


c w 


31 


0:15 
4.6 


6:29 
-0.1 


12:50 19:06 
4.7 0.4 




S 


31 


1 1:30 
3.7 


7:31 
0.8 


13:54 
4.2 


20:25 
0.8 
















1 Th 
a com 


letic 
parL« 


les are placed in the order of oc 
ion of consecutive heights will ii 

T T1T_» t.S_l- J_ »!__ J_^ 


3ur] 
idi 


renc 
eate 


e, w 
whe 


ith their times on the first line f 
ther it is high or low water. Tl 

^1 ^ .. I r^ l_Al- 


md 
leh 


heif 
eigt 


rhts 
itM, ii 


on the second line of each day: 
1 feet and tenths, are reclconed 



from Mean Low Water, which is the datum of soundings on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Charts for this region, and which is 
2.3 feot below mean sea level. To find the depth of water, add the tabular height to the soundings given on the chart, unless a 
minu.s (— ) sign is before the height, in which case subtract it. 

The time used Is Eastern Standard, 75th meridian W.: 0»> is midnight, 12«> is noon; all hours less than 12 are in the forenoon 
(a. m.), all greaterare in the afternoon (p. m.) and when diminished by 12 give the times after noon; for Instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 
#, new moon; }), 1st quar.; O. 'ull moon; (^, 3d quar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon farthest north or south of the 
I equator; A, P, moon In apogee or perigee. 



92 



SANDY HOOK (The Horeeshoe), NEW JERSEY, 1907. 



OCTOBER. 


NOVEMBER. 




DECEMBER. 






S 


Day of— 


Time and Helf ht of High and 
Low Water. 


S 


Day of— 


Time and Heifrhtof High and 
Low Water. 


» 


Dayof— 


Time and Height of Hl^h and 
Low water. i 

1 


W. 


Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 




Tu 


1 


2:61 
8.4 


8:45 
1.1 


15HX) 
3.9 


21:33 
0.8 




F 


1 


8:48 
4.0 


9:50 
0.8 


16:00 
4.1 


22:19 
0.4 




S 


1 


8:54 
4.6 


10:10 
0.4 


16:10 
4.1 


22:22 

ai . 




W 


2 


8:44 
3.5 


9:46 
1.0 


15:56 
4.0 


22:21 
0.6 




S 


2 


4:36 
4.4 


10:50 
0.4 


16-54 
4.3 


28:06 
0.1 




M 


2 


4:46 

4.8 


11:06 
0.1 


17K)6 
4.S 


23:14 : 

-ail 




Th 


3 


4:89 
8.8 


10:40 
0.8 


16:48 
4.2 


23:07 
0.8 


E 


s 


3 


5:22 
4.7 


11:40 
0.1 


17:42 
4.7 


23:48 
-0.1 




Tu 


3 


6:36 
6.2 


11:67 
—0.2 


17:68 
4.5 


. . . 




F 


4 


5:21 
4.1 


11:26 
0.5 


17:34 
4.4 


23:49 
0.1 




M 


4 


608 
5.0 


12:25 
—0.2 


18.27 
4.7 


. . . 




W 


4 


0:02 
—0.8 


6:26 
5.6 


12:50 
-0.5 


18:50 




S 


5 


6.-00 
4.5 


12:08 
0.2 


18.15 
4.6 




• 


Tu 


5 


0:32 
—0.3 


6:50 
5.8 


13:10 
—0.4 


19:14 
4.8 


• 


Th 


5 


0:62 
-0,4 


7:15 
5.6 


13-.38 
-0.7 


19:42 
4.7 




s 


6 


0:30 
—0.1 


6:40 

4.8 


12:50 
-0.1 


18-56 
4.8 




W 


6 


1:15 
-0.4 


7-.85 
5.6 


13:65 
-0.6 


aOKX) 
4.8 


P 


F 


6 


1:41 
-0.4 


8:05 
5.7 


1450 
-0.7 


20:34 , 
4.7 


E 


M 


7 


1:05 
—0.3 


7:20 
6.0 


13:34 
-0.3 


19:38 
4.9 




Th 


7 


2:00 
-0.3 


8:20 
5.6 


14:42 
-0.6 


20:45 
4.7 


S 


S 


7 


2:31 
-0.8 


8:55 
6.6 


15fl0 

—0.7 


21:27 

4.7, 




Tu 


8 


1:45 
—0.3 


8:00 
5.2 


14:15 
-0.4 


20:20 
4.9 




F 


8 


2:46 
-0.2 


9.-08 
6.4 


15:31 
-0.6 


21:35 
4.6 




s 


8 


8:26 
—0.1 


9:45 
5.6 


16:10 
-0.6 


22^23' 
4.6 




W 


9 


2:22 
—0.3 


8:40 
5.2 


14:56 
—0.4 


21:00 
4.8 


P 

S 


S 


9 


3:36 
0.0 


10:00 
5.3 


16-22 
—0.4 


22:28 
4.4 




M 


9 


4:20 
0.0 


10:40 
5.2 


17.^ 
-0.6 


23:21 
4.5; 




Th 


10 


3:06 
-0.2 


9:25 
5.2 


15'42 
—0.3 


21:46 
4.6 




s 


10 


4:26 
0.2 


10:51 
5.0 


17:20 
—0.2 


28:30 
4.2 




Tu 


10 


6:20 
0.2 


11:85 
4.9 


18:02 

-a4 


. . . 




F 


11 


3:48 
0.0 


10:14 
6.0 


16:82 
—0.1 


22:34 
4.4 




M 


11 


5:26 
0.6 


11:50 
4.7 


18:20 
-0.1 


. . . 


1> 


W 


11 


0:24 
4.4 


6.-26 
0.4 


12:35 
4.7 


19:00 1 
— 0.2t 




S 


12 


4:34 
0.2 


11:04 
4.8 


17:26 
0.0 


23:80 

4.1 


D 


Tu 


12 


0:36 
4.1 


6:35 
0.6 


12:62 
4.6 


19:24 
0.0 




Th 


12 


1:25 
4.6 


7:34 
0.4 


13:40 
4.6 


20KW 
—0.1 1 


S 


» 


13 


5'.31 
0.5 


12:00 
4.6 


18:?0 
0.2 






W 


13 


1:46 
4.2 


7:50 
0.6 


14:00 
4.6 


20:25 
0.0 


E 


F 


13 


2:26 
4.6 


8:40 
0.4 


14:45 
4.4 


21:00 

0.0 


ii 


M 


14 


0:40 
' 4.0 


6:40 
0.7 


13:08 
4.6 


19:40 
0.3 




Th 


14 


2:52 
4.3 


9:04 
0.6 


15:06 
4.6 


21:26 
0.0 




S 


14 


8:22 
4.7 


9:45 
0.3 


15:46 
4.4 


21-.56 
—0.1 ' 




Tu 


15 


1:56 
3.9 


7:58 
0.7 


14:18 
4.4 


20:47 
0.2 




F 


15 


8.52 
4.6 


10:06 
0.8 


16:10 
4.« 


22:25 
—0.2 




s 


15 


4:17 

4.8 


10:40 
0.2 


16:45 
4.8 


22:50 
-^,1 




W 


16 


3:08 
4.1 


9:15 
0.6 


15-25 
4.6 


21:50 
0.0 


E 


S 


16 


4:45 
4.9 


11:06 
0.0 


17:08 
4.7 


28:16 
-0.2 




M 


16 


6K)6 
4.9 


11:84 
0.1 


I7dr7 

4.3 


23:86 

—0.1 




Th 


17 


4:12 
4.4 


10:20 
0.2 


16:30 
4.8 


22:48 
—0.2 




s 


17 


6:35 
5.1 


11:55 
—0.2 


18.-00 
4.7 






Tu 


17 


5:54 
6,1 


12:22 
0.0 


18:28 
4.8 


- • • 




F 


18 


5:10 

4.8 


11:20 
—0.1 


17:28 
5.0 


23:40 
—0.5 




M 


18 


0.05 
-0.4 


6:20 
6.2 


12:40 
-0.8 


18:46 
4.7 




W 


18 


0:22 
-0.1 


6-.86 
6.2 


ISKK 
-0.1 


19:14 1 
4.3' 




S 


19 


5:56 
5.1 


12:12 
—0.3 


18:20 
5.1 




o 


Tu 


19 


0:48 
-0.4 


7:00 
5.8 


13.-26 
-0.4 


19:82 
4.6 


o 


Th 


19 


1.-06 
0.0 


7:20 
5.2 


18:49 
-0.1 


19:55 
4.2, 


E 


s 


20 


0:30 
-0.6 


6:45 
5.8 


13:00 
—0.5 


19:06 
5.2 




W 


20 


1:30 
-0.3 


7:42 
5.3 


14K)8 
-0.3 


20:16 
4.5 


N 


F 


20 


1:44 
0.2 


7:58 
5.1 


14:26 
-0.1 


acfcM 

4.1 


o 


M 


21 


1:15 
—0.7 


7:28 
5.4 


13:45 
-0.6 


19:52 

5.1 




Th 


21 


2:08 
-0.1 


8:26 
5.2 


14:48 
-0.2 


20:65 
4.8 




S 


21 


2:20 
0.4 


8:35 
4.9 


15:02 
0.0 


21:10 
4.0' 




Tu 


22 


1:55 
—0.6 


8:10 
5.4 


14:28 
-0.6 


20:35 
4.9 




F 


22 


2:45 
0.2 


9:00 
5.0 


16:28 
-0.1 


21:84 
4.1 


A 


s 


22 


2:65 
0.6 


9:13 
4.8 


15:40 
0.1 


21:43 
3.9 




W 


23 


2:35 
—0.3 


8:48 
6.3 


15:10 
-0.4 


21:17 
4.6 


N 


S 


23 


3:18 
0.5 


9:38 
4.8 


16:05 
0.1 


22:10 
3.9 




M 


23 


8:26 
0.7 


9:46 
4.6 


16:16 
0.2 


22:15! 
3.8 




Th 


24 


8:16 
-0.1 


9:28 
5.1 


15:50 
-0.2 


21:58 
4.3 




s 


24 


8:54 
0.8 


10:15 
4.5 


16:44 
0.8 


22:46 
8.7 




Tu 


24 


8:56 
0.8 


lorio 

4.3 


16:50 
0.8 


22-50 
3.9 


! 


F 


25 


3:50 
0.8 


10:10 
4.8 


16:32 
0.1 


22:37 
4.0 


A 


M 


25 


4:26 
LO 


10:52 
4.3 


17:24 
0.4 


23:26 
8.6 




W 


25 


4:35 
0.8 


10:56 
4.2 


17:25 
0.8 


23:34, 

3.9 




S 


26 


4:27 
0.6 


10:50 
4.5 


17:15 
0.4 


28:20 
3.7 


|Tu 


26 


6:05 
LI 


11:34 
4.0 


18:06 
0.6 






Th 


26 


6:20 
0.8 


11:36 
4.1 


18:05 
0.4 


. , . 


N 


S 


27 


5:05 
0.9 


11:30 
4.2 


18:00 
0.6 




C 


W 


27 : O'l-* 
3.6 


1^:56 
1.1 


12:17 
3.9 


18:57 
0.6 


<L 


F 


27 


0:22 
4.1 


6:14 
0.8 


12:21 
4.0 


1S:52 
0.3 


A 


M 


28 


0:05 
3.5 


6:50 
LI 


12:16 
4.0 


18:50 
0.7 




Th 


28 


1:06 
3.7 


7:00 
LI 


13:10 
3.8 


19:41 
0.6 


E 


S 


28 


1:16 
4.2 


7:20 
0.8 


18:20 
8.9 


19:45 
0.4 


(T 


Tu 


29 


1:00 
3.4 


6:45 
L3 


13:10 
3.9 


19:44 
0.7 


|F 


29 


2:04 
3.9 


8:05 
LO 


14:10 
3.9 


20:84 
0.6 




8 


29 


2:16 
4.4 


836 
0.7 


1424 
4.0 


20:42' 

as 




W 


30 


1:55 
3.5 


7:52 
1.2 


14:07 
3.8 


20:37 
0.7 


E S 


30 


3:00 
4.2 


9:10 
0.7 


15:10 
4.0 


21.-28 
0.8 




M 


30 


8:14 
4.6 


9:81 
0.4 


16:28 
4.0 


21:44 

0.2 




Th 


31 


2:55 
3.7 


8:55 
LI 


15:05 
3.9 


21:28 
0.6 
















Tu 


31 


4:12 
4.9 


10-.85 
0.2 


16-.33 
4.2 


22:40 
0.0 


The ti<3 
a comparis 
from Meai 
2.3 feet \)e] 
minus (-) 

The tl 
(a.m.),all 

•. nev 
equator; A 


les are placed in the order of occurrence, with their times on the first line and heiffhts < 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whether it Is high or low water. The heights, i 

Low Water, which is the datum of soundings on the Coa.Mt and Geodetic Survey Char 
ow mean sea level. To find the depth of water, add the tabular height to the soundlnj 

sign Is before the height, in which case subtract it. 

me used is Eastern Standard. 75th meridian W.; 0^ is midnight, 12«» is noon, all hours Ic 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and when diminished by 12 give the times afternoon 
T moon: ^, Ist quar.; O. full moon; (^, 3d quar.: E, moon on the equator, N, S, moon 
L, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


>n the second line of each dav; ' 
n feet and tenths, are reckoned 
ts for this region, and which is 
gs given on the cliart, unless a , 

its than 12 are in the forenoon 
; for instance, 16:47 is 8:47 p. m. | 
farthest north or south of the 



PHILADELPHIA (Chestnut Street Pier), PENNSYLVANIA, 1907. 



98 



1 JANUARY. 

1 


FEBRUARY. 




MARCH. 


tof Hig 
ater. 


J 


c I>ayof— 
|! W. Mo. 


Time and Height of Hl^h and 
LowWater. 


S 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of High and 
LowWater. 


S 


Day of— 


Time and Heigh 
LpwW 


hand 


W. 


Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 


Tu 


1 


2:82 
4.5 


9.55 
0.6 


14:50 
6.7 


22:40 
0.4 


F 


1 


3:26 
5.0 


10:42 
0.5 


15:47 
5.8 


28:12 
0.2 




F 


1 


2:25 9:38 
5.2 0.3 


14:48 
6.8 


22:07 
0.1 




w 


2 


3:10 
4.6 


10:28 
0.6 


15:80 
5.8 


23:13 
0.3 




8 


2 


4:06 
5.1 


11:18 
0.6 


16:28 
5.6 


23:50 
0.3 


E 


8 


2 


8.-03 10:19 
6.3 0.8 


15:28 
5.7 


22:46 
0.2 




Th 


3 


3:46 
4.7 


11:07 
0.7 


16:07 
5.8 


28:46 
0.3 


E 


8 


3 


4:48 
5.2 


12.-00 
0.7 


17:12 
6.4 






S 


3 


3:44 11.-02 
5.5 0.3 


16K» 
5.6 


23:26 
0.3 


' 


F 


4 


4:28 
4.8 


11:40 
0.7 


16:50 
6.7 


. . . 




M 4 


0:29 
0.4 


5:87 
5.3 


12:48 
0.7 


18K)2 
5.2 




M 


4 


4:26 11:47 
5.5 0.4 


16:62 
6.2 


. . . 


i 


S 


5 


0:17 
0.3 


5:18 
4.9 


12:19 
0.7 


17:87 
5.5 


(T 


Tu 


5 


1:18 
0.5 


6:32 
5.8 


18:45 
0.7 


18:59 
4.9 




Tu 


5 


0:07 5:18 
0.4 6.5 


12:87 
0.5 


17:42 
5.0 




6 


0:67 
0.4 


6:08 
5.0 


13K)7 
0.8 


19:80 
5.3 




W 


6 


2:07 
0.5 


7:35 
5.3 


14:50 
0.7 


20:04 
4.7 




W 


6 


0:58 6.-08 
0.5 6.5 


13:33 
0.6 


18:37 
4.7 


E 


M 


7 


1:42 
0.4 


7:02 
5.1 


14:03 
0.8 


19:29 
5.1 




Th 


7 


8:08 
t.5 


8:42 
5.4 


16K)0 
0.6 


21:15 
4.5 


d 


Th 


7 


1:49 7:18 
0.5 5.4 


14:38 
0.6 


19:43 
4.5 




Tu 


e 


2:35 
0.4 


8:04 
5.3 


15.-08 
0.7 


20:83 
4.9 




F 


8 


4:16 
0.5 


9:50 
5.5 


17K)7 
0.6 


22:25 
4.5 


S 


F 


8 


2:68 8:24 
0.6 5.4 


16:44 
0.6 


20:58 
4.4 


1 


W 


9 


3:33 
0.4 


9:08 
5.5 


16:18 
0.6 


21:40 

4.8 


s 


8 


9 


5:20 
0.4 


10:57 
5.7 


18M0 
0.2 


23:23 
4.6 


P 


8 


9 


3:69 9:35 
0.5 5.4 


1G:48 
0.4 


22:12 
4.6 




Th 


10 


4:37 
0.4 


10:12 
5.7 


17:23 
0.4 


22-43 

4.8 


p 


S 


10 


6:23 
0.2 


11:68 
5.9 


19.-08 
-0.1 






S'lO 


5.-06 10:43 
0.4 5.5 


17:80 
0.2 


23:11 
4.6 




F 


11 


538 
0.3 


11:14 
6.9 


18:27 
0.2 


28:40 
4.8 




M 


11 


0:20 

4.8 


7:20 
—0.1 


12:52 
6.1 


20K)0 
—0.3 




m'ii 


6.-07 11:46 
0. 1 5. 7 


18:47 
-0.1 


. . . 


P 


S 


12 


6:88 
0.2 


12:12 
6.1 


19:26 
^.1 


. . . 


• 


Tu 


12 


1:11 
5.0 


8:15 
—0.2 


13:43 

G.1 


20:48 
—0.5 




Tu 


12 


0-06 7KM 
4.9 —0.2 


12:37 . 
6.8 


19:88 
-0.8 


8 


s 


13 


0:88 
4.9 


7:87 
0.0 


13K)7 
6.8 


20:22 
—0.3 




W 


13 


2m 

5.1 


9:07 
—0.8 


14.33 
6.1 


21.87 
—0.5 




W 


13 


0:67 7:57 
6.1 —0.3 


18:27 
6.9 


20:27 
-0.4 


;0 


M 


14 


1:27 
5.0 


8:30 
—0.2 


18:58 
6.4 


21:12 
-0.5 




Th 


14 


2:49 
5.2 


9:56 
—0.4 


15:19 
5.9 


22:24 
-0.5 


• 


Th 


14 


1:44 8:48 
5.3 —0.4 


14:12 

5.8 


21:12 1 
-0.5 , 




Tu 


16 


2:18 
5.0 


9:24 
—0.4 


14:43 
6.3 


22:01 
-0.5 




F 


16 


8-37 
5.3 


10:42 
-0.3 


16m 
6.7 


23-07 
—0.4 


E 


F 


15 


2:28 9:84 
5.4 -0.5 


14:65 
5.6 


21:67 
—0.4 




W 


16 


3:07 
5.1 


10:15 
-0.4 


15:87 
6.2 


22:48 
-0.5 


E 


8 


16 


4:23 
5.3 


11:29 
-0.2 


16:46 
5.5 


23:52 
—0.3 




8 


16 


3:13 10:21 
6.5 -0.4 


15:87 
5.6 


22:88 
—0.3 




Th 


17 


3.58 
6.1 


11:05 
-0.3 


16:25 
5.9 


23:85 
-0.5 




S 


17 


5:06 
5.8 


12:16 
0.0 


17:28 
5.2 






S 


17 


8:55 11:04 
6.5 —0.2 


16:17 
5.2 


23:22 
—0.1 




F 


18 


4:50 
.. 5.1 


11:53 
-0.1 


17:12 
5.7 


. , . 




M 


18 


0:37 
—0.1 


6:52 
5.3 


13:01 
0.2 


18:18 
5.0 




M 


18 


4:33 11:48 
5.6 0.0 


16:68 
5.0 




Ei S 


19 


0:22 
—0.4 


5:38 
5.1 


12:43 
0.0 


18K)2 
5.4 


D 


Tu 19 


1:23 
0.0 


6:44 
5.2 


13:53 
0.3 


19:03 

4.8 




Tu 


19 


0:06 5:14 
0.1 5.4 


12:88 
0.2 


17:83! 

4.8 ' 


1 


1:08 
—0.8 


6:31 
5.1 


13:38 
0.1 


18:54 
5.2 




W 20 

1 


2:12 
0.1 


7:38 
5.2 


14:45 
0.4 


19:58 
4.6 




W 


20 


0:48 6.-00 
0.2 6.3 


18:20 
0.4 


18:19 1 

4.6 1 


}) MJ21 


1:67 
—0.2 


757 
5.2 


14:26 
0.2 


19:51 
4.9 


A 


Th 


21 


3:03 
0.8 


8:35 
5.3 


15:89 
0.5 


20:57 
4.5 


A 


Th 


21 


1:85 6:52 
0.4 5.8 


14:08 
0.5 


19:13 ' 
4.5 


Tu 22 


2:48 
-0.1 


8:24 
5.2 


15:22 
0.3 


20:47 
4.7 




F 


22 


3:57 
0.4 


9:31 
5.4 


16:34 
0.4 


21:57 
4.5 


N 


F 


22 


2:25 7:47 
0.6 5.3 


15:00 
0.6 


20:12 
4.6 


' W 


23 


8:40 
0.0 


9:21 
5.8 


16:17 
0.8 


21:44 
4.6 


N 


8 


23 


4:52 
0.4 


10:25 
5.4 


17:28 
0.3 


22:48 
4.6 




8 


23 


3:18 8:44 
0.6 5.3 


15:55 
0.5 


21:18 
4.5 


|Th 


24 


4:38 
0.0 


10:16 
5.5 


17:12 
0.3 


22:36 
4.6 




S 


24 


5:47 
0.3 


11:17 
5.5 


18:23 
0.2 


28:87 
4.7 




S 


24 


4:13 9:42 
0.6 5.3 


16:50 
0.4 


22:12 
4.6 


A 


F 


26 


5:27 
0.1 


11:06 
5.6 


18:05 
0.2 


23:23 
4.6 




M 25 


6:37 
0.3 


12:03 
5.7 


19:12 
0.1 






M 


25 


6:08 10:40 
0.5 5.4 


17:45 
0.3 


23:04 
4.8 




S 


26 


6.-20 
0.2 


11:52 
5.7 


18:57 
0.1 






Tu 26 


0:22 
4.8 


7:27 
0.2 


12:48 
5.8 


20.-00 
0.0 




Tu'26 

1 


6.-03 11:80 
0.4 6.6 


18:36 
0.1 


23:52 
5.1 


'n 


fi» 


27 


0:09 
4.6 


7:09 
0.2 


12:31 
5.7 


19:45 
0.0 




W 


27 


1:05 
4.9 


8:13 
0.2 


13:29 
5.8 


20:48 
0.0 




W 


27 


6:54 12:18 
0.2 5.7 


19:23 
0.0 


. . . 




M 


28 


0:52 
4.7 


7:57 
0.2 


18:16 
5.8 


20:31 
0.0 


O 


Th 


28 


1:46 
5.1 


8:57 
0.2 


14:10 
5.9 


21:27 
0.0 




Th 


28 


0:87 7:42 
5.8 0.1 


13:02 

5.8 


20:10 
0.0 


O Tu 

1 


29 


1:32 
4.7 


8:42 
0.3 


13:54 
5.8 


21:15 
0.0 
















g 


F 


29 


1:30 8:28 
5.6 0.0 


18:44 
6.8 


20:55 
0.0 


1 
j 


W 


30 


2:10 

4.8 


9:25 
0.3 


14:32 
5.9 


21:66 
0.1 


















8 


30 


2.-01 9:13 
5.7 0.0 


14:26 
5.7 


21:87 
0.1 




Th 


31 


2:48. 
4.9 


10:03 
0.4 


15:09 
5.8 


22:35 
0.1 


















S 


31 


2:42 9:59 
5.8 0.0 


16:07 
6.5 


22:18 
0.2 


_ 

Th 

a com] 

from 1 

. 2.6 fee 

1 minus 


eti<3 
wrls 
lean 
tbel 

(-) 


lee are placed In the order of occurrence, w 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whel 
Low Water, which is the datum of Houndi 
ow mean aea level. To find the depth of w 
sign l8 before the height, in which case sut 


th their times on the first line and heights 
her it is high or low water. The heighto, Ir 
ngs on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Chan 
ater. add the tabular height to the soundin 
►tract it. 


on the second line of each day; 
1 feet and tenths, are reckoned 
s for this region, and which is 
^ given on the chart, unless a 


1 The tli 
. (a.m.).all 


ne used is Eastern Standard. 75th meridian 
greater are in tbeuftenioon (p. m.) and whe 


yv.; Oh is midnight, 12«» is noon; all houni ]& 
a diminished by 12 give the times after noon 


ss than 12 are in the forenoon 
: for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 


#, new 
{ equator; A 


rmoon; J 
P, moon 


>, ist quar.; G. 'ull moon; C 3d < 
in apogee or perigee. 


luar,; E, 


moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


farthest north or south of the 



94 



PHILADELPHIA (Chestnut Street Pier), PENNSYLVANIA, 1907. 





APEJL. 








MAY. 






JUNE. 


d Dayof- 

Pl W.|Mo. 


Time and HeUht of High and 
Low Wiiter. 


c D^yot— 

a'w. Mo. 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


S 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of Hi| 
Low Water. 


rh and 


W. 


Mo. 






M 


1 


8:23 
5.8 


10:45 
0.1 


15:48 
5.3 


23.-02 
0.3 




W 1 


3:50 
6.1 


11:22 
0.0 


16:18 
4.9 


28:82 
0.8 




8 


1 


0:10 
0.2 


627 
5.8 


12:48 
—0.1 


17:57 
4.6 


P 


Til 


2 


4.-07 
5.8 


11:34 
0.2 


16:33 
5.1 


23:47 
0.4 


S 


Th 2 


4:42 
5.9 


12:14 
0.0 


17:12 
4.7 






S 


2 


1.-07 
0.8 


6:28 
6.5 


13:42 
-0.1 


19:01 
4.T 


• 


W 


3 


4:55 

5.8 


12:2C 
0.3 


17:23 
4.8 






F 


3 


0:26 
0.4 


5:39 
5.7 


13K)9 
0.1 


18:11 
4.6 


c 


M 


3 


2K» 
0.2 


7-.88 
6.3 


14:87 
—0.1 


20:07 

4,8 




Th 


4 


0:38 
0.6 


5:52 
5.6 


13:22 
0.4 


18:22 
4.5 


<L 


8 


4 


1:23 
0.5 


6:44 
5.6 


14K)7 
0.2 


19:18 
4.6 




Tu 


4 


8K)2 
0.2 


8:88 
6.1 


15:32 
-0.1 


21:13 
5.0 


S 


F 


5 


1:38 
0.6 


6:58 
6.4 


14:23 
0.4 


19:30 
4.4 




S 


5 


2:24 
0.4 


7:58 
5.3 


15.-08 
0.2 


a0.'28 
4.6 


£ 


W 


5 


4H>1 
0.2 


9:42 
6.0 


1625 
—0.1 


22:11 
5.2 




8 


6 


2:40 
0.6 


8:10 
5.3 


15:26 
0.4 


20:45 
4.4 




M 


6 


3.-27 
0.4 


9K>4 
6.2 


16K)1 
0.1 


21:38 

4.8 




Th 


6 


4:68 
0.1 


10:37 
6.0 


17:19 
-0.2 


23:04 

6.5 




S 


7 


3:45 
0.5 


9.-22 
6.3 


16:27 
0.3 


21:57 
4.5 




Tu 


7 


4:27 
0.2 


10.-09 
6.2 


16:58 
0.0 


22:87 
6.1 




F 


7 


6:66 
—0.1 


11.-26 
4.9 


18:12 
—0.2 


23:52* 
5.6 




M 


8 


4:48 
0.3 


10:30 
5.4 


17.-25 
0.1 


22:57 
4.8 




W 


8 


6:27 
0.0 


11:«5 
6.8 


17:52 
-0.2 


28:28 
6.8 




8 


8 


6:48 
—0.2 


12:12 
4.8 


19M 
—0.2 


• • • , 




Tq 


9 


5:50 
0.0 


11:27 
5.5 


18:21 
-0.2 


28:50 
5.1 


E 


Th 


9 


6:22 
—0.2 


11:56 
6.2 


18:42 
—0.8 


. . . 




S 


9 


0:87 
5.7 


7*.88 
-0.2 


12:5S 
4.8 


19:51 

— ai 




W 


10 


6:44 
—0.2 


12:18 
5.6 


19:12 
-0.8 


. . . 




F|10 


0:17 
5.5 


7:13 
-0.8 


12:89 
5.2 


19:82 
-0.8 


• 


M 


10 


1:18 
5.8 


8:24 
-0.2 


13:84 
4.6 


20:37 
0.1 


£ 


Th 


11 


0:88 
5.4 


7:37 
—0.4 


18:05 
5.6 


19:59 
—0.4 




8 11 


1:02 
5.7 


8:08 
-0.4 


13:22 
5.1 


20:17 
-0.2 




Tu 


11 


1:58 
6.7 


9K» 
-0.1 


14:12 
4.6 


21:20 
0.2 


• 


F 


12 


1:28 
5.5 


8:26 
—0.5 


13:48 
5.4 


20:45 
—0.4 


• 


S 12 


1:43 
6.7 


C:48 
—0.8 


14.-02 
4.9 


21:03 
—0.1 


A 
N 


W 


12 


2:84 
6.7 


9:62 
0.0 


14:48 
4.5 


22«> 

a4 




8 


13 


2:08 
5.6 


9:12 
—0.4 


14:29 
6.3 


21:31 
—0.3 




M 13 

1 


2:22 
6.7 


9:88 
—0.2 


14:88 
4.8 


21:46 
0.1 




Th 


13 


8.-08 
6.7 


10:32 
0.1 


1524 
4.5 


22:42 
0.6 




H 


14 


2:48 
5.6 


9:57 
-0.3 


15K)7 
5.1 


22:12 
-0.1 




Tu 


14 


8:00 
5.7 


10:17 
0.0 


15:16 
4.6 


22:28 
0.8 




F 


14 


8:42 
6.7 


11:18 
0.8 


16K» 
4.6 


28:22 
0.8 




M 


15 


8:27 
5.6 


10:40 
-0.1 


15:44 
4.9 


22:56 
0.1 




W 


15 


3:88 
5.6 


10:58 
0.1 


15:62 
4.6 


23.-08 
0.5 




8 


15 


4:18 
6.7 


11:52 
0.4 


16:88 
4-6 


23:57 
0.9 




Tu 16 


4K)2 
6.6 


11:23 
0.1 


16:22 
4.8 


28:36 
0.3 


A 

N 


Th 


16 


4:08 
6.6 


11:39 
0.3 


16:28 
4.6 


23:48 
0.8 




H 


16 


4:60 
5.6 


12:80 
0.4 


17:28 
4.7 


. . . 




W 17 


4:88 
5.5 


12:06 
0.8 


16:58 
4.7 


. . . 




F 17 


4:47 
5.6 


12:18 
0.4 


17:08 
4.5 


. . . 




M 


17 


0:83 
0.9 


6:46 
5.6 


13:11 
0.4 


18:13 

4.8 


A 


Th 


18 


0:17 
0.5 


5:20 
5.0 


12:48 
0.4 


17:42 
4.6 




8 


18 


0:27 
0.8 


5:28 
5.6 


13K)0 
0.5 


17:56 
4.5 


}) 


Tu 


18 


1:17 
0.8 


6:86 
5.4 


18:68 
0.4 


19:06 

4.9 


N 


F 


19 


1.00 
0.6 


6:07 
5.4 


13:83 
0.5 


18:32 
4.5 




S 


10 


1K)8 
0.8 


6:18 
6.4 


13:45 
0.6 


18:49 
4.6 




W 


19 


2H)8 
0.8 


7.-88 
6.3 


14:42 
0.8 


20:08 

5.1 


3) 


8 


20 


1:47 
0.7 


7:00 
5.4 


14:22 
0.5 


19:28 
4.5 


D 


M 20 


1:56 
0.8 


7:13 
5.3 


14:38 
0.5 


19:48 
4.7 


E 


Th 


20 


8K)7 
0.7 


8:35 
6.1 


15:36 
0.8 


21:10 
5,4 




8 


21 


2:38 
0.7 


7:58 
5.8 


15:13 
0.5 


20:30 
4.6 




Tu21 


2:60 
0.8 


8:14 
6.3 


15:25 
0.4 


20:49 
4.9 




F 


21 


4:18 
0.6 


9:38 
6.1 


16:84 
0.8 


22:10 
5.6 




M 


22 


3:33 
0.7 


8:57 
5.3 


16:08 
0.4 


21:32 

4.8 




W 22 


3:49 
0.7 


9:15 
5.2 


16:18 
0.3 


21:49 
6.2 




8[22 


5:16 
0.4 


10:40 
5.1 


17:33 
0.2 


28K)S 
5.9 




Tu 


23 


4:S0 
0.8 


9:59 
5.3 


17K)1 
0.3 


22:28 
5.0 


E 


Th23 


4:47 
0.5 


10:17 
5.3 


17:14 
0.2 


22:47 
5.6 




8 


23 


6:17 
0.2 


11:34 
6.1 


18:32 
0.2 






W 24 


6:25 
0.4 


10:54 
5.4 


17:55 
0.2 


23.-20 
5.3 




F 24 


6:46 
0.3 


11:12 
6.3 


18:08 
0.1 


28:38 

6.8 




M 


24 


0:02 
6.1 


7:16 
0.0 


1227 
6.0 


19ri7 
0.1 




Th 25 


6:20 
0.2 


11:45 
5.5 


18:45 
0.1 






8 25 


6:43 
0.1 


12:02 
5.4 


19:00 
0.1 




9|Tu25 


0:56 
6.8 


8:12 
—0.2 


18:17 
5.0 


20:22 

0.0 


E 


F 26 


0:07 
5.6 


7:12 
0.1 


12:31 
5.6 


19:34 
0.0 




Si26 

1 


0:27 
CO 


7:87 
—0.1 


12:50 
5.3 


19:52 
0.0 


s 


Wl26 

1 


1:47 
6.4 


9KX» 
-0.8 


14K)7 
6.0 


21:16 
—0.1 




8 27 


0:53 
5.9 


8:02 
—0.1 • 


13:13 
5.6 


20:22 
0.0 





M 27 


1:14 
6.2 


8.30 
-0.2 


13:88 
5.2 


20:42 
0.1 




Th'27 


2:37 
6.4 


9:57 
-0.4 


14:59 
5.0 


22:07 
—0.1 


o 


S 28 


1:37 
6.0 


8:52 
—0.2 


14:02 
5.6 


21 .-08 
0.1 


p 


Tu28 


2:02 
6.4 


9:22 
-0.3 


14:26 
5.1 


21:33 
0.0 




F 


28 


8:26 
6.3 


10:47 
-0.4 


15:62 
5.0 


28K» 

—0.1 




M 29 

1 


2:21 
6.2 


9:40 
—0.2 


14:47 
5.8 


21:53 
0.2 


s 


W 


29 


2:49 
6.4 


10:14 
-0.3 


15:15 
5.0 


22:24 
0.1 




8 29 


4:17 
6.1 


11:86 
-0.4 


16:46 
4.9 


23:52 
0.0 


p 


Tu 


30 


3:04 
6.2 


10:30 
-0.1 


15:82 
5.1 


22:42 
0.2 




Th30 

f!31 


3:38 
6.2 

4:30 
6.0 


11:05 
-0.3 

11:57 
-0.2 


16:07 
4.9 

17:00 
4.7 


23:17 
0.2 




S 30 


5:11 
5.8 


12:26 
—0.3 


17:89 
4.9 


1 



The tides are placed in the order of occurrence, with their times on the first line and heights on the second line of each day: i 
a comparison of consecutive heights will indicate whether it is hi^h or low water. The heights, in feet and tenths, are reckoned 
from Mean Low Water, which is the datum of soundings on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Charts for this region, and which is 
2.6 feet below mean sea level. To find the depth of water, add the tabular height to the soundings given on the chart, unless a i 
minus ( — ) sign is before the height, in which case subtract it. 

The time used is Eastern Standard, 75th meridian W.; 0i> is midnight, 12t> is noon; all hoiurs less than 12 are in the forenoon | 
(a. m. ) , all greater are in the afternoon (p. m. ) and when diminished by 12 give the times after noon; for instance, 15:47 Is 8:47 p. m. 

#, new moon; ^, Ist quar.; O. ^ull moon; (^, 3d quar.; E, moon on the equator; N, 8, moon farthest north or south of the j 
equator: A, P, moon in apogee or perigee. j 



PHILADELPHIA (Chestnut Street Pier), PENNSYLVANIA, 1907. 



95 



1 JUhY, 


AXTGrST. 


SEPTEMBER. 


1 


Day of— 


Time <Lnd Height of High and 
i Low Water. 


'is 


Day of— 


Time und Height of High and 
Low Water, 


^ 


Day of— 


Time and Height of Hi^h nnd 
Low Water. | 


VV. 


Mo. 


w. aio. 


v;.^Ko. 

1 




M 


1 


0.0 


6:07 
6.5 


13:15 


38:38 
4.9 




Th 


■ 


2KiS 
0.1 


4.0 


14:25 
—0.2 


20t01 
6.2 




n 


1 


3:22 
0.4 


8:40 
4.6 


15:38 
0.2 


21:13 i 
6.3 j 


i 


Tu 


2 


urn 

0.0 


7:0e 
6.3 


H:0-'V 


5.0 




F 


2 


2:59 
0.2 


«r24 
4,7 


15:19 
—0.1 


21:00 
5.3 


^'^I 


2 


4:17 
0.4 


9:42 
4.5 


16:33 
a. 2 


22:10 1 

6.4 1 




W 


3 


0.1 


5,1 


—0.2 


20:40 
5.1 




S 


3 


S'M 
0.3 


9:21 

4.e 


16:13 
0,0 


21:67 
5.4 


Tu 


3 


5:10 
0.3 


10:35 
4.5 


17:28 
0.2 


23 :(^ 
6v4 




Th 


4 


3:32 


9:07 
4.» 


-0.1 


2];3a 
5.3 




S 


4 


4:60 
0.3 


10:18 
4.5 


17:08 
0-0 


22:.50; 
5,5 




\y 


4 


6m 

0.2 


11:24 
4.6 


18.-22 
U.2 


23:49 
5.6 




F 


5 


4::2H 
0.2 


10:02 
4.7 


16:47 

-a.2 


22:^ 
5.4 


aim' 6 
1 


6:45 
0.2 


11:09 
4.5 


18:00 
0.0 


23:38 
5.6 




Th; 6 


6:55 
0.1 


12:10 
4.H 


19:08 
0.1 


- ' ^ 




S 


6 


5:23 
0.1 


iO:53 
4.6 


17:42 

— aa 


23:'23 
5.6 


N 


Tu 6 

1 


6:40 
0.1 


11:56 
4.6 


18:63 
0.0 


■ — ' 




¥ 


6 


0:32 
5.7 


7:42 
U.O 


12:62 
4.9 


19:53 
O.O 




s 


i 


G:IB 
0.0 


11:42 
4.S 


1*:34 
^0.1 






W 


7 


0:22 
6.7 


7r2» 
O.D 


12:3& 
4.6 


19:4) 
0.0 


•! ^ 


7 


lt14 
6.7 


S.-27 
—0.1 


13:32 
6.1 


20:41 
0.0 




M 


8 


o:m 

5.7 


0.0 


12:211 
4.6 


19:23 
—0.1 




Th 


8 


1-05 
6.7 


8:t» 
0,0 


13.-21 
4.6 


l^r2g 

0,1 ; 


. § 


8 


1:55 
6.7 


9.^ 
0.0 


14:10 
6.2 


21:23 
0.1 


A 


Tu 


9 


5.7 


I'M 
'-U.l 


4.6 


20:10 
0.0 


• 


F 


9 


1:43 
.5.7 


3:57 
0,0 


]3:6» 
4.7 


21:10 
0.2 


kLm 


9 


2:32 
6.7 


9:48 
0.1 


14:46 
6,3 


22:03 
0.1 


N 

• 


W 


10 


1:3-2 
5.7 


0.0 


13:47 
4.5 


20:^i 
0.1 




6 


la 


2:'20 
5.7 


9:38 
0.0 


14:36 
4.8 


21:60 
0.3 


|Tu 


10 


3:09 
,5.6 


10:27 
0,1 


16.-24 
5,5 


22:43 
0.2 1 




Th 


11 


2:10 
h.7 


a:27 

ao 


14.-23 
4.5 


21:37 
0.2 




» 


11 


2:66 
5.7 


10;19 
0.1 


15:12 
4.9 


22:27 
0.4 




w 


11 


3:47 
5.4 


ii:ua 

0.2 


16^33 
5.6 


23:23 
0,» 




F 


12 


2:45 
ft. 7 


10:07 
0.1 


14:59 
4.« 


22:17 
0.^ 




M 


12 


3:31 
5.7 


10:65 
0.2 


15:38 
5.1 


23:0a 
0.1 




Th 


12 


4:27 
5.3 


11:40 
0.3 


16:47 
5.6 


. - , 




S 


13 


6.7 


10:47 
0.2 


15:37 
4.6 


22:,W 
0.3 


R 


Tu 13 


4:08 
6.fi 


11:30 
0.3 


16:27 
5.2 


23:41 
0.5 




F 


13 


0:08 
0.4 


5:12 
6.0 


12:22 
0.4 


1737 
5.6 




s 


14 


3tM 
a. 7 


0.2 


16:13 
4,7 


23:29 
0.6 




VV 14 


4:49 
5.4 


0.3 


17:11 
5.3 


■ ■ ■ 


3) 


H 


14 


Uf2 
0.5 


6:^ 
4.6 


13:13 
0.5 


l«:3fl 
6.6 




M 


15 


4:33 
5.fl 


12:01 
0.3 


16:51 
4.9 


. . . 




Th 15 


0:20 
0.6 


5:a5 
5.2 


12:46 
0.4 


18:01 
5.4 




^ 


15 


2:m 
0.6 


7:06 
4.6 


14:14 

0.6 


1^43 
5.4 




Tu 


16 


0:03 

0.7 


5:16 
.5.5 


12:36 
0.3 


17:42 
6.0 


'^ 


F 


16 


1:08 
0.7 


6:27 
5.0 


13:30 
0.4 


19.'00 
5.4 


s|m 


16 


3:08 
0.6 


8:17 
4.1 


16:24 
0.5 


20:57 
5.4 


£ 


W 


17 


0:44 
0.7 


6:04 
5.4 


13:17 
0.8 


18:33 
5.1 




S 


17 


2:12 
0.7 


7:27 

4.8 


14:27 
0.4 


20:07 
6.6 




Tu 


17 


4:13 
0.6 


9:33 
4.4 


16:32 
0.8 


22.-07 
6.4 


D 


Th 


18 


1:82 
0.7 


6:58 
5.2 


14:02 
0.8 


19:82 
6.8 




s 


18 


8:22 
0.7 


8:36 
4.6 


15:37 

0.4 


21:13 
6.6 


p 


W 


18 


6:18 
0.8 


10:39 
4.6 


17:86 
0.1 


28:18 
6.6 


1 


F 


19 


2:83 
0.7 


7:58 
5.0 


14:58 
0.4 


20:86 
5.6 




M 


19 


4:80 
0.6 


9:48 
4.6 


16:47 
0.3 


22:22 
6.6 




Th 


19 


6:15 
0.0 


11:37 
4.9 


18:86 
—0.2 


. . . 


. 


S 


20 


3:42 
0.6 


9:03 

4.8 


16:00 
0.4 


21:88 
5.6 


S 


Tu 


20 


5:37 
0.3 


10:58 
4.6 


17:50 
0.1 


28:27 
6.8 




F 


20 


0:10 
6.7 


7K)8 
-0.2 


12:29 
6.2 


19:82 
—0.4 




s 


21 


4:50 
0.5 


10:12 
4.8 


17:06 
0.2 


22:42 

5.8 


P 


W 


21 


6:88 
0.1 


11:50 

4.8 


18:51 
-0.1 




c 


S 


21 


1:00 
5.8 


8:00 
-0.4 


18:18 
6.4 


20:23 
—0.5 




M 


22 


5:65 
0.3 


11:10 
4.8 


18:08 
0.1 


28:43 
6.0 




Th 22 


0:24 
6.0 


7:32 
-0.2 


12:44 
5.0 


19:47 
-0.8 


E 


S 


22 


1:28 
6.8 


8:47 
-0.6 


14:06 
6.6 


21:12 
—0.6 


S 


Tu 


23 


6:57 
0.1 


12K)7 
4.9 


19:08 
—0.1 


: : : 


o 


F 


23 


1:17 
6.1 


8:23 
—0.4 


18:86 
5.2 


20:41 
-0.6 




M 


23 


2:88 
. 6.6 


9:36 
-0.5 


14:61 
5.6 


22:00 
-0.6 


P 

O 


W 


24 


0:39 
6.2 


7:53 
-0.2 


13:00 
4.9 


20:03 
-0.2 




S 


24 


2:07 
6.1 


9:12 
-0.5 


14:26 
5.8 


21:82 
—0.6 




Tu 


24 


8:17 
6.6 


10:18 
-0.4 


15:86 
6.6 


22:45 
-0.4 


! 


Th 


25 


1:88 
6.3 


8:47 
—0.4 


13:62 
5.0 


20:58 
-0.4 




s 


25 


2:55 
6.0 


10:00 
—0.6 


15:18 
5.4 


22:22 
—0.6 




W 


25 


8:58 
5.8 


11:03 
—0.8 


16:16 
8.6 


28:80 
-0.2 




F 


26 


2:24 
6.3 


9:37 

—0.5 


14:43 
6.1 


21:50 
-0.5 


E 


M 


26 


8:42 
5.8 


10:47 
—0.6 


16K)1 
5.4 


23.-06 
-0.6 




Th 


26 


4:89 
5.1 


11:48 
—0.2 


16:68 
6.6 






S 


27 


8:13 
6.2 


10:26 
—0.6 


15:33 
5.1 


22:41 
—0.4 




Tu 


27 


4:26 
6.6 


11:80 
—0.4 


16:46 
5.4 


28:57 
-0.3 




F 


27 


6:17 
0.0 


5:22 

4.8 


12:32 
0.0 


17:45 
6.4 




s 


28 


4:02 
6.0 


11:12 
—0.6 


16:25 
5.2 


23:31 
—0.4 




W 


28 


5:10 
5.3 


12:16 
-0.8 


17:82 
5.4 






S 


28 


IKM 
0.2 


6:07 
4.7 


18r20 
0.2 


18:37 
5.3 


E 


M 


29 


4:60 
5.8 


11:59 
-0.5 


17:14 
5.2 






Th 


29 


0:44 
—0.1 


5:66 
6.0 


18:03 
-0.2 


18:28 
5.3 


^ 


s 


29 


1:52 
0.3 


6:59 
4.5 


14:09 
0.8 


19:32 
5.3 




Tu 


30 


0:22 
-0.2 


5:40 
5.5 


12:46 
-0.4 


18:07 
5.2 


c 


F 


30 


1:84 
0.1 


6:45 

4.8 


13:52 
0.0 


19:18 
6.3 


A 


M 


30 


2:43 
0.4 


7:57 
4.5 


15:03 
0.4 


20:28 
5.3 


d w 


31 


1:11 
-0.1 


6:32 
5.2 


13:36 
-0.3 


19:02 
5.2 




S '31 


2:26 
0.8 


7:40 
4.6 


14:48 
0.1 


20:16 
5.3 
















The tld 

a comparifl 

1 from Mean 

1 2.6 feet bel 

minus (-) 

1 The tir 

1 (a.m.), all 

#, nev 

1 equator; A 


les are placed in the order of occurrence, wl 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whe 
Low Water, which is the datum of wundii 
ow mean sea level. To find the depth of wi 
sign is before the height, in which case sub 
ae used is Eastern Standard, 76th meridian 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m. ) and whe 
T moon; ^. 1st quar.; O. full moon; (^, 3d 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


th their times on the first line and heights o 
ther it is high or low water. The heights, ii 
ags on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Chart 
Iter, add the tabular height to the soundlnc 
tract it. 

W.; Oh Is midnight. 12>» is noon; all hours h 
n diminished by 12 give the times after noon 
quar.; £, moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


n the second line of each day: 
1 feet and tenths, are reckoned 
s for this region, and which is 
fs given on the chart, unless a 

388 than 12 are in the foienoon 
; for instance, 16:47 is 8:47 p. m. 
farthest north or south of the 



96 



PHILADELPHIA (Chester Street Pier), PENNSYLVANIA, 1907. 



OCTOBER. 


NOVEMBER. 




DECEMBER. 






S 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 




Dayof- 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 

I 


i 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


W. 


Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 


W. Mo. 




Tu 


1 


3:87 
0.4 


9K)1 
4.5 


15:57 
0.4 


21:29 
6.3 


. 


F 


1 


4:40 
0.2 


10:11 17:05 22:39 
6.0 0.4 6.8 




s 


1 


4:48 
0.1 


1055 
6.5 


17^20 
0.3 


22:4-5 
S.'l 




W 


2 


4:S0 
0.3 


9:57 
4.6 


16:52 
0.3 


22.22 
6.3 




s 


2 


6:32 
0.1 


11:01 17:58 23:25 
6.8 0.2 5.4 




M 


2 


5:42 
0.1 


11:17 
5.7 


18:17 
0.2 


23:3^ 

5.2 




Th 


3 


5:22 
0.2 


10:47 
4.8 


17:43 
0.2 


23:11 
6.3 


E 


s 


3 


6:23 
0.0 


11:48 18:48 . . . 
5.6 0.1 .. . 




Tu 3 

1 


6:34 
0.0 


12.-05 
6.0 


19:12 
0.0 


• • • 


!f 


4 


6:13 
0.1 


11:35 
5.0 


18:33 
0.1 


28:58 
6.6 




M 


4 


0:12 
6.6 


7:12 12:38 19:38 
0.0 5.8 —0.1 




W 4 


0:28 
5.2 


7:25 
0.0 


12:63 
6.2 


30*5 

—0.2 




S 


5 


7:02 
0.0 


12:20 
5.2 


19:23 
0.0 




• 


Tu 


5 


0:67 
6.6 


7:68 13:17 20:28 
0.0 6.0 -0.2 


• 


Th 


5 


1:14 
5.2 


8:17 
0.0 


13:41 
6.3 


20-37 




s 


6 


0:43 
5.6 


7:48 
-0.1 


13:02 
5.4 


20:09 
-0.1 




W 


6 


1:40 
5.4 


8:43 14:01 21:17 
0.0 6.1 -0.2 


p 


F 


6 


2K)2 
6.1 


9iyi 

0.0 


14:28 
6.4 


21:4* 

—0.3 


E 

• 


M 


7 


1:26 
5.6 


8:32 
0.0 


13:43 
5.6 


20:63 
—0.1 




Th 


7 


2:24 
62 


9:29 14:46 22:16 
0.1 6.2 -0.2 


s 


S 


7 


2:50 
6.0 


9:68 
0.0 


15:18 
6.3 


22:41 

—0.3 




Tu 


8 


2:07 
6,5 


9:14 
0.0 


14:23 

. 5.8 


21:37 
0.0 




F 


8 


3:09 
6.1 


10:17 15:82 22:55 
0.2 6.2 —0.1 




s 


8 


3:40 
4.9 


10:49 
0.0 


16:07 
6.1 


23:^1 
—0.2 




W 


9 


2:48 
5.4 


9:57 
0.1 


15:06 
5.9 


22:22 
0.0 


P 

S 


8 


9 


3:66 
4.9 


11:04 16:18 23:47 
0.2 6.0 0.0 




M 


9 


A'JSS 

4.8 


11:42 
0.1 


16:59 
5,9 


: : : 




Th 


10 


3:29 
6.3 


10:38 
0.2 


15:48 
5.9 


23:09 
0.1 




S 


10 


4:47 
4.7 


11:67 17:12 . . . 
0.3 6.8 .. . 




Tu 


10 


0:20 
—0.1 


5:30 
4.7 


1237 

ai 


17:=*^ 
5.6 


F 


11 


4:13 
5.1 


11:22 
0.3 


16:33 
5.9 


23:69 
0.2 




M 


11 


0:40 
0.1 


6:48 12:62 18:11 
4.6 0.3 6.6 


}) 


W 


11 


1:13 
—0.1 


6:81 
4.7 


13:33 
0.2 


1»M 
5.4 


S 


12 


5:00 
4.8 


12:07 
0.4 


17:23 
5.7 


. . . 


}) 


Tu 


12 


1:34 
0.2 


6:46 13:62 19:17 
4.6 0.4 6.4 




Th 


12 


2:06 
-0.1 


7-.34 
4.8 


14:32 
0.2 


h.2 


s S 


13 


0:58 
0.3 


5:53 
4.6 


18:03 
0.5 


18:28 
6.6 




W 


13 


2:31 
0.2 


7:54 14:82 20:27 
4.5 0.3 5.2 


E 


F 


13 


2:69 
-0.1 


8:39 
4.9 


15.-28 
0.2 


21:09 
5.0 


$|M 


14 


1:50 
0.4 


6:57 
4.4 


14:06 
0.5 


19:82 
5.4 




Th 


14 


8:28 
0.1 


9:02 16:58 21:35 
4.7 0.2 6.1 




S 


14 


3:54 
—0.1 


9:39 
6.2 


16.-28 
0.1 


22:16 

4.3 




Tu 


15 


2:52 
0.4 


8:08 
4.4 


15K)9 
0.4 


20:43 
5.3 




F 


15 


4.-25 
0.0 


10K» 16:65 22r32 
6.0 0.1 6.1 




s 


15 


4:61 
—0.2 


10:35 
6.4 


17:27 
0.0 


22:5« 

4.h 




W 


16 


8:53 
0.8 


9:18 
4.5 


16:13 
0.3 


21:55 
5.3 


E 


S 


16 


5:20 
—0.1 


10:58 17:52 23:26 
5.8 —0.1 6.1 




M 


16 


6:46 
-0.2 


11:27 
. 6.6 


lSf23 
—0.1 


23:47 
4.« 




Th 


17 


4:52 
0.2 


10:22 

4.8 


17:16 
0.1 


22:56 
5.4 




s 


17 


6:15 
—0.2 


11:50 18:47 . . , 
5.5 —0.3 . . . 




Tu 


17 


6.-37 
-0.2 


12:18 
6.7 


19:16 
-0.2 


: : : 




F 


18 


5:48 
0.0 


11:18 
5.1 


18:16 
—0.1 


23:48 
5.4 




M 


18 


0:13 
5.1 


7:04 12:87 19:38 
—0.8 5.7 —0.4 




W 


18 


0:32 
4.7 


7:28 
-0.2 


12-.5(9 
5.8 


20:a^ 
—0-2 




S 


19 


6:43 
-0.2 


12:10 
5.4 


19K» 
-0.3 




o 


Tu 


19 


0:68 
5.0 


7:55 13:22 20:27 
-0.3 6.8 -0.4 


O 


Th 


19 


1:17 
- 4.6 


8:16 
—0.2 


13:42 
5.8 


20^ 

—0.1 


E 


s 


20 


0:37 
5.4 


7:33 
—0.4 


12:58 
5.6 


20:02 
-0.5 




W 


20 


1:42 
4.9 


8:42 14)06 21:18 
-0.8 6.8 -0.3 


N 


F 


20 


1.57 
4.6 


9:00 
—0.1 


14:22 

6.7 


21 u^ 
— <».l 


o 


M 


21 


1:23 
5.3 


8:22 
-0.5 


13:43 
5.7 


20:50 
—0.5 




Th 


21 


2:22 

4.8 


9:26 14:46 21:58 
—0.1 5.8 —0.2 




S 


21 


2:86 
4.5 


9:43 
0.1 


14:69 
5.7 


22:1'? 
OAt 




Tu 


22 


2:07 
5.2 


9:06 
-0.4 


14:27 
5.8 


21:85 
—0.4 




F 


22 


3:02 
4.6 


10:09 15:26 22:40 
0.0 5.7 —0.2 


A 


s 


22 


8:14 
4.5 


10:27 
0.3 


15:37 
6.7 


22:57 
0.1 




W 


23 


2:48 
5.1 


9:49 
—0.3 


15:09 
5.8 


22:18 
-0.3 


N 


S 


23 


3:41 
4.6 


10:62 16:04 28:22 
0.2 5.6 0.1 




M 


23 


3:53 
4.5 


11:07 
0.4 


16:13 
6.6 


23.37 
0.2 




Th 


24 


3:38 
4.9 


10:34 
-0.2 


15:52 
6.7 


28:03 
-0.2 




s 


24 


4:22 
4.5 


11:33 16:42 . . . 
0.4 5.6 .. . 




Tu 


24 


4:38 
4.6 


11:47 
0.6 


16:51 
5.6 






F 


25 


4:09 
4.7 


11:18 
0.0 


16:32 
5.6 


23:48 
0.0 


A 


M 


25 


o:a^ 

0.2 


5:04 12:17 17:22 
4.5 0.5 5.6 




W 


25 


0:17 
0.2 


5:15 
4.7 


12:25 
0.7 


17:S3 

5.5 




S 


26 


4:58 
4.6 


12:02 
0.2 


17:13 
6.5 






Tu 


26 


0:47 
0.3 


6:48 13KX) 18:08 
4.6 0.6 5.4 




Th 


26 


0:55 
0.3 


6K)1 
4.8 


13:06 
0.7 


18:2U 
5.4 


N 


s 


27 


0:33 
0.2 


6:37 
4.6 


12:47 
0.4 


17:58 
6.4 


c 


W 


27 


1:29 
0.3 


6:38 13:43 18:69 
4.6 0.7 5.3 


c 


F 


27 


1:36 
0.8 


7:52 
4.9 


13:52 
0.7 


19d3 
5.3 


A 


M 


28 


1:19 
0.3 


6:24 
4.5 


13:33 
0.5 


18:48 
6.3 




Th 


28 


2:16 
0.3 


7:33 14:34 19:56 
4.7 0.7 5.2 


£ 


S 


28 


2:21 
0.3 


7:48 
6.1 


14:43 
0.7 


30:11 
5.1 


cItu 


29 


2:05 
0.4 


7:18 
4.6 


14:24 
0.6 


19:44 
5.2 




F 


29 


3K)4 
0.3 


8:82 15:27 20:56 
4.9 0.6 6.2 




8 


29 


8:10 
0.3 


8:47 
5.3 


16:43 
0.6 


21:13 

5.0 


w 


30 


2:56 
0.4 


8:18 
4.6 


15:17 
0.6 


20:43 
5.2 


E 


S 


30 


8:55 
0.2 


9:30 16:23 21:55 
5.2 0.6 5.2 




M 


30 


4:06 
0.2 


9:47 
6.6 


16:45 
0.6 


22:13 
5.0 


Th 


31 


8:47 
0.3 


9:18 
4.7 


16:11 
0.5 


21:42 
5.2 














Tu 


31 


6:02 
0.2 


10:45 
5.8 


17:47 
0.3 


23:09 
5.0 


The tld 
a comparifl- 
from Mean 
2.6 feet belt 
minus (-) 

The tiD 
(a.m.),all 

#, new 
equator; A 

1 


es are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
on of consecutive height* will indicate whet 

Low Water, which is the datum of soundin 
jw mean sea level. To find the depth of wi 
sign is before the height, in which case sub 
fie used is Eastern Standard, 75th meridian 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m) and whei 

moon: J}, 1st quar.: O. 'ull moon; (^, 3d < 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


th their times on the first line and heights o 
her it is high or low water. The heights, ii 
gs on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Chart 
Iter, add the tabular height to the soundinfi 
tract it. 

W.; 0>> is midnight, 12>> is noon; all hours U 
I diminished by 12 give the times after noon 
luar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


n the second line of each day: 
I feet and tenths, are reckoned 
s for this refldon, and which i« 
fs given on the chart, anle» a 

»ss than 12 are in the forenoon 
; for Instance, 16:47 is 3:47 p. m. 
farthest north or south of the 



BALTIMORE (Fella Point), MARYLAND, 1907. 



97 



1 


JANUARY. 




I 


FEBRUARY. 






MAHCB. 1 


,s 


Day of— 


Time and Height of Hlnrh niitl 
LowWacer. 


£ 


Dnr<^f- 


Timeund UelgHt of Hi^h and 


i 


Da J- of— 


Hme and Heigh l of Uig 
Lis w IV liter. 


bund 


W. 


Mo. 


w. 


Mo. 


w. 


Mo. 




;tu 


1 


2:12 
0.2 


7:35 
0.9 


18:42 
0.0 


20:20 
1.4 




E 


1 


2:82 
0.0 


8:46 
1.1 


14:66 
0.0 


21:18 
1.3 




F 


1 


1:38 
0.0 


7:38 
1.2 


13:50 
—0.1 


20:10 \ 
1.3 1 


w 


2 


2:50 
0.1 


8:20 
1.0 


•^0 


21:03 
1.4 




S 


2 


3:80 
0.0 


9:36 
1.2 


15:44 
0.0 


22:0U 
1.2 


£ 


S 


2 


2:20 
0.0 


8:25 
1.3 


14:38 
—0.1 


20*1 ' 
1.3 1 


' Th 


3 


3:28 
0.1 


9K)6 
1.0 


16:12 
0.0 


21:46 
1.3 


E 


s 


3 


4:12 
0.0 


10:24 
1.2 


16:84 
0.0 


22:46 
1.2 




s 


3 


3:00 
-0.1 


9:12 
1.3 


15:25 
—0.1 


21:30 
1.2 


' i^ 


4 


4:06 
0.1 


9:65 
1.0 


16:02 
0.1 


22:30 
1.3 




M 


4 


4:54 
0.0 


11:10 
1.3 


17:22 
0.1 


23:25 
1.1 




M 


4 


3:87 
—0.1 


9:55 
1.4 


16:12 
0.0 


22:12 
1.2 


1^ 


5 


4:47 
0.0 


10:60 
1.1 


16:55 
0.1 


28:14 
1.2 


(C 


Tu 


5 


6:88 
0.0 


12:06 
1.3 


18:17 
0.1 






Tu 


5 


4:20 
-0.1 


10:46 
1.4 


17:00 
0.0 


22:65 
1.1 


'S 


6 


6:30 
0.0 


11:44 
1.2 


17:80 
0.1 






W 


6 


0:10 
1.1 


6:30 
0.0 


13.-06 
1.3 


19:16 
0.2 




W 


6 


5:07 
0.0 


11:40 
1.3 


17:66 
0.1 


23:42 
1.0 


|M 


7 


0:02 
1.1 


6:14 
0.0 


12:34 
1.2 


18:45 
0.1 




Th 


7 


1:00 
1.0 


7:22 
0.0 


14:04 
1.3 


20:20 
0.2 


(C 


Th 


7 


6K)0 
0.0 


12:40 
1.3 


18:52 
0.2 




Tu 


8 


0:48 
1.1 


7.-02 
0.0 


13:30 
1.3 


19:44 
0.1 




F 


8 


1:56 
1.0 


8:22 
-0.1 


16K)4 
1.3 


21:25 
0.2 


s 


F 


8 


0:38 
1.0 


6:68 
0.0 


13:40 
1.3 


20:00 
0.2 


W 


9 


1:35 
1.0 


7:54 
—0.1 


14:30 
1.3 


20:45 
0.2 


s 


S 


9 


2:68 
1.0 


9:20 
-0.1 


16:02 
1.3 


22:26 
0.2 


p 


S 


9 


1:40 
1.0 


8:03 
0.0 


14:42 
1.3 


21:05 
0.2 


Th 


10 


2:25 
1.0 


8:45 
—0.1 


15:26 
1.4 


21:48 
0.2 


p 


s 


10 


4:04 
1.0 


10:23 
—0.1 


17:00 
1.4 


23:25 
0.1 




s 


10 


2:62 
1.0 


9:14 
0.0 


15:42 
1.2 


22:07 
0.2 


i 


F 


11 


3:20 
1.0 


9:42 
—0.1 


16:22 
1.5 


22:46 
0.1 




M 


11 


5:08 
1.0 


11:22 
—0.1 


17:50 
1.4 


. . . 




M 


11 


4:00 
1.0 


10:18 
0.0 


16:40 
1.3 


23.-05 
0.1 


P 


S 


12 


■ 4:17 
1.0 


10-.35 
-0.2 


17:18 
1.5 


28:42 
0.1 


• 


Tu 


12 


0:18 
0.1 


6K>8 
1.1 


12:20 
-0.1 


18:44 
1.4 




Tu 


12 


6:05 
1.1 


11:19 
0.0 


17:35 
1.3 


23:55 
0.0 


s!s 


13 


5:15 
1,0 


11:32 
-0.2 


18:10 
1.5 






W 


13 


1:07 
0.0 


7:06 
1.2 


13:16 
-0.1 


19:32 
1.4 




W 


13 


6:00 
1.2 


12:16 
0.0 


18:30 
1.3 




• 


M 


14 


0:36 
0.1 


6:16 
1.1 


12:28 
—0.2 


19:02 
1.5 




Th 


14 


1:54 
0.0 


8:00 
1.2 


14:10 
-0.1 


20:24 
1.3 


• 


Th 


14 


0:44 
0.0 


6:65 
1.2 


18:10 
0.0 


19:18 
1.3 




Tu 


15 


1:28 
0.0 


7:15 
1.1 


13:25 
-0.1 


19:54 
1.5 




F 


15 


2:42 
—0.1 


8:64 
1.2 


16:06 
0.0 


21:14 
1.3 


E 


F 


15 


1:30 
0.0 


7:40 
1.3 


14:00 
-0.1 


20:02 
1.2 




W 


16 


2:20 
0.0 


8:12 
1.1 


14:20 
—0.1 


20:44 

1.4 


E 


S 


16 


3:28 
-0.1 


9:42 
1.2 


15:66 
0.0 


22:00 
1.2 




S 


16 


2:10 
-0.1 


8:24 
1.8 


14:45 
0.0 


20:45 
1.2 . 




Th 


17 


3:10 
0.0 


9:12 
1.1 


16:20 
0.0 


21:33 
1.3 




s 


17 


4:10 
0.0 


10:30 
1.2 


16:46 
0.1 


22:45 
1.1 




s 


17 


2:52 
—0.1 


9:10 
1.3 


15:32 
0.0 


21:25 i 
1.1 




F 


18 


4:00 
0.0 


10:10 
1.2 


16:20 
0.0 


22:28 
1.3 




M 18 


4:66 
0.0 


1150 
1.2 


17:38 
0.2 


23-.30 
1.0 




M 


18 


3:35 
0.0 


9:56 
1.3 


16:19 
0.1 


22:09 
1.1 


E 


S 


19 


4:50 
0.0 


11:06 
1.2 


17:20 
0.1 


23:18 
1.2 


}) 


Tu 19 


5:42 
0.0 


12:10 
1.2 


18:35 
0.2 






Tu 


19 


4:16 
0.0 


10:41 
1.3 


17:08 
0.2 


22:50 
1.0 


* 


20 


5:36 
0.0 


12:00 
1.2 


18:15 
0.2 






W 20 


0:15 
1.0 


6:30 
0.0 


13:00 
1.2 


19:35 
0.3 




W 


20 


6:00 
0.1 


11:30 
1.2 


17:58 
0.2 


23:38 
0.9 


:j) M 


21 


0:08 
1.1 


6:25 
0.0 


12:62 
1.1 


19:17 
0.2 


A 


Th 21 


1:05 
0.9 


7:19 
0.1 


13:55 
1.2 


20:38 
0.3 


A 

3) 


Th 


21 


6:46 
0.1 


12:20 
1.2 


18:54 
0.3 






Tu 


22 


0:55 
1.0 


7:14 
0.0 


13:45 
1.2 


20:20 
0.3 




F 


22 


1:65 
0.9 


8:10 
0.1 


14:47 
1.2 


21:38 
0.3 


N 


F 


22 


0:26 
0.9 


6:35 
0.1 


13:15 
1.2 


19:60 
0.3 




W 


23 


1:45 
1.0 


8:00 
0.0 


14:36 
1.2 


21:22 
0.3 


N 


S 


23 


2:50 
0.8 


9:00 
0.1 


15:40 
1.2 


22:30 
0.3 




S 


23 


1:22 
0.8 


7:29 
0.1 


14:06 
1.2 


20:45 
0.3 




Th 


24 


2:36 
0.9 


8:50 
0.0 


15:26 
1.2 


22:20 
0.3 




S 


24 


3:45 
0.9 


9:54 
0.0 


16:30 
1.2 


23:14 
0.2 




s 


24 


2:18 
0.9 


8:26 
0.1 


15:00 
1.2 


21:36 
0.3 


aIf 


25 


3:26 
0.9 


9:36 
0.0 


16:15 
1.3 


23:12 
0.3 




M 


25 


4:34 
0.9 


10:44 
0.0 


17:16 
1.3 


23:50 
0.2 




M 


25 


3:15 
0.9 


9:24 
0.1 


15:54 
1.2 


22:20 
0.2 


s 


26 


4:15 
0.9 


10:21 
0.0 


17:00 
1.3 


23:56 
0.3 




Tu 


26 


5:22 
1.0 


11:32 
0.0 


18:00 
1.3 






Tu 26 


4:10 
1.0 


10:20 
0.0 


16:42 
1.2 


23:04 
0.1 


N ' S 1 27 

1 


5:00 
0.9 


11:07 
0.0 


17:46 
1.3 






W|27 


0:25 
0.1 


6:08 
1.1 


12:20 
-0.1 


18:45 
1.3 




W 


27 


4:48 
1.1 


n:io 

0.0 


17:28 
1.2 


23:48 
0.0 




M 28 


0:35 
0.2 


5:46 
0.9 


11:54 
0.0 


18:30 
1.4 


O Th'28 


1:00 
0.1 


6:52 
1.1 


13:05 
-0.1 


19:26 
1.3 




Th 


28 


5:45 
1.2 


12:00 
-0.1 


18:15 
1.3 




O 


Tu 29 

1 


1:06 
0.2 


6:30 
1.0 


12:38 
-0.1 


19:14 
1.4 
















8 


F 


29 


0:25 
0.0 


6:30 
1.3 


12:46 
—0.1 


18:58 
1.3 




W 30 


1:40 
0.1 


7:15 
1.0 


13:24 
-0.1 


19:55 
1.4 




• 














S 


30 


1:05 
-0.1 


7:15 
1.4 


13:82 
-0.1 


19:38 
1.2 




Th 


31 


2:15 
0.1 


8:00 
1.1 


14:10 
—0.1 


20:38 
1.3 




. 














s 


31 


1:40 
-0.1 


7:58 
1.4 


14:19 
—0.1 


20:17 
1.2 



The tides are placed in the order of occurrence, with their times on the first line and heights on the second line of each day: ' 
I a comparison of consecutive heights will indicate whether it is high or low water. The heights, in feet and tenths, are reckoned 
; from Mean Low Water, which is the datum of soundings on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Charts for this region, and which 
is 0.6 feet below mean sea level. To find the depth of water, add the tabular height to the soundings given on the chart, unless 
a minus (— ) sign is before the height, in which case subtract it. 

The time used is Eastern Standard, 75th meridian W.; 0*» is midnight, 12»» is noon: all hours less than 12 are in the forenoon 
(a. m. ), all greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and when diminished by 12 give the times after noon; for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 
9, new moon; J), 1st quar.; Q, full moon; (^, 3d quar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon farthest north or south of the 
equator; A, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 



1223—06- 



98 



BALTIMORE (Fells Point), MARYLAND, 1907. 









APRIL. 


itof High and 
ttter. 


" 


_ 


Mi 

Tlmean< 


VY. 




1 




JUNE. 






c Day of— 

S W. Mo. 


Time and Heigti 
Low^V 


c Dayof- 
S W. Mo. 


1 Height of High and 
Low Water. 


i 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


W. Mo. 




M 1 


2:22 
-0.1 


8-42 
1.5 


15:05 
-0.1 


21:00 
L2 


jwi 1 

1 1 


2:37 
-0.1 


9:10 
L6 


15:35 
0.0 


21:18 
1.1 


i S 


1 


4:10 
0.0 


10:40 
1.3 


17:06 
0.1 


28:10 
1.0 


|P Tu 2 


3:06 
—0.1 


9:34 
1.5 


15:68 
0.0 


21:42 
1.1 


s Th' 2 


3:26 
-0.1 


10:04 
L4 


16:26 
0.1 


22:12 
LO 


s 


2 


5:15 
0.1 


11:34 
1.2 


18:04 
0.1 


. . . 


W 3 


3:50 
—0.1 


10:24 
1.4 


16:42 
0.0 


'22:30 
1.1 




F 3 


4:22 
0.0 


10:56 
1.3 


17:24 
0.1 


23:18 
LO 


C|M 


3 


0:20 
Ll 


6:30 
0.1 


12:40 
L2 


19:02 
0.0 


Th 4 


4:40 
0.0 


11:20 
1.4 


17:36 
0.1 


23:25 
1.0 


(C 


Sl 4 


5:28 
0.1 


11:55 
1.3 


18:24 
0.1 




Tu 4 


L-24 
Ll 


7:38 
0.2 


13:40 
Ll 


19:.5!^ 

0.0 


I ^^ ' 


5:37 
0.0 


12:16 
1.3 


18:36 
0.2 


■ • • 




S 5 


0:28 
LO 


6:34 
0.1 


12:55 
L2 


19:26 
0.1 


K W 5 


2:22 
Ll 


8:45 
0.2 


14:36 
1.1 


20:50 
0.0 


' S 6 


0:30 
1.0 


6:41 
0.1 


18:18 
1.2 


19:42 
0.2 


Im 6 


1:40 
LO 


7:50 
0.2 


14:00 

1.1 


20:-25 
0.1 


Th 6 

1 


3:20 
1.2 


9:54 
0.2 


15:30 
1.0 


21:40 
0.0 


1 ' S 1 7 
1 1 


1:40 
1.0 


7:65 
0.1 


14:20 
1.2 


20:46 
0.2 




Tu 7 

1 


2:44 
LI 


9:00 
0.1 


15K)6 
1.1 


21:20 
0.1 


If 7 


4:10 
L3 


10:56 
0.2 


16:16 
LO 


22 A5 
—0.1 


1 |M^ 8 


2'M 
1.0 


9:05 
0.1 


15:22 
1.1 


21:46 
0.1 




w' 8 


3:40 
L2 


10:06 
0.1 


Ll 


22:10 
0.0 


, S ■ 8 

1 


4:57 
L3 


11:45 
0.2 


17:06 
LO 


23:0h 
-0.1 


1 Tu 9 


3:58 
1.1 


10:11 
0.1 


16:25 
1.1 


22:38 
0.1 


E 


Th 9 


4:d4 
L2 


11:06 
0.1 


16:54 
1.1 


22:58 
—0.1 


» 9 


6:42 
L4 


12:34 
0.2 


17:50 
0.9 


23:50 
—0.1 


iW 10 


4:52 
1.2 


11:12 
0.0 


17:18 
1.2 


28:30 
0.0 




F 10 


5:21 
1.3 


11:58 
0.1 


17:38 
Ll 


23:40 
-0.1 


• M 10 


6.-24 
L4 


13:16 
0.2 


18:90 
0.9 




E Thill 

1 1 


5:42 
1.2 


12:08 
0.0 


18:17 
1.2 




i s ill 


6:05 
L4 


12:46 
0.1 


18:20 
LO 




Tu 11 


0:30 
—0.1 


L4 


13:57 
0.2 


19:12 
0.9 


• F ,12 


0:14 
—0.1 


6:28 
1.3 


12:56 
0.0 


18:60 
1.2 


• S 12 


0:20 
-0.1 


6:50 
L4 


13:30 
0.1 


19:02 
LO 


^iW,I2 


1:12 
0.0 


7:49 
L4 


14:32 
0.2 


1950 
0.9 


S 13 


0:50 
—0.1 


7:14 
1.4 


13:42 
0.0 


19:34 
LI 




M 13 


1:02 
—0.1 


7:30 
1.4 


14:12 
0.1 


19:40 
LO 


Th 13 


1:63 
0.0 


8:32 
L4 


15:10 
0.2 


20:32 
0.9 


S ,14 


1:36 
-0.1 


7:56 
1.4 


14:27 
0.0 


20:12 
LI 




Tu 14 


1:42 
0.0 


8:16 
L4 


14:50 
0.1 


20:20 
0.9 


jF.U 


2:35 
0.0 


9:12 
L4 


15:49 
0.2 


21:15 
0.9 


M 16 


2:16 
-0,1 


8:40 
L4 


15:10 
0.1 


20:52 
LO 


W 15 


2:26 
0.0 


8:56 
L4 


16:32 
0.2 


21:00 
0.9 




S 15 


3:20 
0.1 


9-.66 
L3 


16:27 
0.2 


22K» 
0.9 


1 


Tu 16 


2:55 
0.0 


9:25 
1.4 


15:54 
0.1 


21:34 
LO 


A Th 16 


3:05 
0.0 


9:39 
1.3 


16:16 
0.2 


21:43 
0.9 




8 16 

1 


4K)8 
0.1 


10:40 
L8 


17:09 
0.1 


22:5»* 
LO 




W 17 


3:37 
0.0 


10:10 
1.3 


16:40 
0.2 


22:15 
0.9 


F 17 


3:45 
0.1 


10:24 
1.8 


16:58 
0.2 


22:80 
0.9 




M 17 


6.-00 
0.1 


llr24 
L2 


17:60 
0,1 


23:62 

LO 


A 


Th 18 


4:20 
0.1 


10:54 
1.3 


17:26 
0.2 


23:02 
0.9 


S 18 


4:34 
0.1 


11:10 
1.2 


17:43 
0.2 


23:25 
0.9 


^:Tu 18 


5:52 
0,2 


12:14 
Ll 


18:34 
0.1 


. . . 


N F 119 


5:a5 
0.1 


11:44 
1.2 


18:18 
0.3 


23:55 
0.9 


S 19 


5:25 
0.2 


11:58 
L2 


18:30 
0.2 




,\V 19 


> 0:46 
Ll 


6:65 
0.1 


18«4 
1.1 


19:18 
0.0 


i-D 1 S 20 

1 1 1 


5:56 
0.2 


12:3.5 
1.2 


19:08 
0.3 




I'M 20 


0:20 
0.9 


6:2:^ 
0.2 


12:46 
Ll 


19:15 
0.1 


E'Th20 


1:36 
L2 


7:46 
0.1 


18:50 
Ll 


aOKM 
0.0 


• 1 s ; 21 


0:50 
0.9 


6:55 
0.2 


13:28 
1.1 


20:00 
0.2 




Tu21 


1:20 
1.0 


7:25 
0.2 


13:40 
1.1 


20:00 
0.1 


1 F 21 


2:30 
L8 


8:46 
0.1 


14:87 
LO 


20:61 
—0.1 


M|22 


1:50 
0.9 


7:55 
0.2 


14:21 
1.1 


20:47 
0.2 




W 22 


2:15 
LI 


8:26 
0.1 


14:36 
Ll 


20:46 
0.1 


S 22 


3:26 
L4 


9:45 
0.1 


15:26 
1.0 


21:44 
—0.1 


Tu 23 


2:47 
1.0 


8:55 
0.1 


15:12 
LI 


21:32 
0.1 


E 


Th,23 


3:04 
1.2 


9:20 
0.1 


15:26 
1.1 


21:34 
0.0 


8,23 


4:20 
L6 


10:40 
0.1 


16:15 
LO 


22:32 
—0.2 


:W 24 


3:40 
1,1 


9:50 
0.1 


16:06 
LI 


22:20 
0.1 




F 24 


3:55 
L8 


10:15 
0.0 


leao 

Ll 


22:20 
—0.1 


M 24 


6:14 
L5 


11-.35 
0.1 


17:10 
Ll 


23:25 

— a2 




Th:25 


4:30 
1.2 


10:45 
0.0 


16:66 
L2 


23:02 
0.0 




S 25 


4:45 
L4 


11:10 
0.0 


16:56 
Ll 


23:05 
—0.1 


9 Tu 25 


6K)6 
1.6 


12:26 
0.0 


18K)0 
Ll 


• • • 


E 


F 


26 


5:15 
1.3 


11:35 
—0.1 


17:40 
1.2 


23:42 
-0.1 




S,26 


5:35 
L6 


12:00 
0.0 


17:41 
Ll 


28:50 
—0.2 


« W 26 


0:16 
—0.2 


6:56 
L6 


13:20 
0.0 


18:56 
1.1 




S 


27 


6:00 
1.4 


12:25 
—0.1 


18:20 
1.2 




o 


M|27 


6:25 
L6 


12:48 
0.0 


18:28 
Ll 




iTh 27 


1:10 
-0.2 


7:46 
L5 


14:10 
0.0 


19:61 
1.1 


o 


f^ 


28 


0:24 
—0.1 


6:46 
1.5 


13:10 
-0.1 


19:00 
1.2 


P . Tu 28 


0:44 
-0.2 


7:15 
1.6 


13:38 
0.0 


19:15 
1.1 




F 28 


2:05 
-0.1 


8:87 
L5 


15:00 
0.0 


20:51 

Ll 


1 

1 


M 


29 


1:05 
-0.2 


7:34 
1.6 


13:68 
-0.1 


19:42 
1.1 


s W 29 


1:28 
—0.2 


8:05 
1.6 


14:27 
0.0 


20K)6 
Ll 




S 29 


8:02 
-0.1 


9:27 
L4 


15:55 
0.0 


21:57 
1.1 


IP 


Tu30 


1:50 
-0.2 


8:21 
1.6 


14:45 
0.0 


20:29 
LI 




Th 30 
FI3I 


2:20 
-0.1 

3:12 
—0.1 


8:55 
L6 

9:46 
1.4 


15:20 
0.0 

16:11 
0.0 


21:02 
Ll 

22:a5 
.1.0 


8-30 

j 

1 

J 


4K>4 
0.0 


10:20 
L8 


16:48 
0.0 


23«0 
Ll 


The tic 

a compariii 

from Meai 

0.6 feet bel 

1 minus ( - ) 

' The til 

(a.m.), al 

•, nev 

] equator; A 


lea are placed in the order of oc< 
on of consecutive heights will i 
1 Low Water, which is the datu] 
ow mean sea level. To find th( 
sign is before the height, in wh 
me used is Eastern Standard, 75 
1 greater are in the afternoon (p. 
r moon; ^, Ist quar.; Q, full m 
L, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


;un 
ndi 
mo 
>de 
Lich 
thi 
m.) 

OOD 


■ence, wi 
cate whe 
f soundi 
pth of w 

casesut 
neridian 

and wh( 


th their times on the first line a 
ther it is high or low water. Th 
ngs on the Coast and Geodetic £ 
ater, add the tabular height to 
tract it. 

W.; 0»" is midnight, 12» la noon; 
m diminished by 12 give the tim 
iiuar.; £, moon on the equator; 


nd 
eh 
3un 
the 

all 
esa 

N, 


heights c 
eights, in 
irey Char 
soundin 

hours Ic 
f ter nooE 
8, moon 


m the second line of each day; 
1 feet and tenths, are reckoned 
ts for this region, and which is 
gs given on the chart, unless a 

ss than 12 are in the forenoon 
i; for instance, 15:47 is 8:47 p. m. 
farthest north or south of the 



BALTIMORE (Fells Point), MARYLAND, 1907. 



99 



1 


JULY. 








AUGUST. 




— 








SEPTEMBER. 






c Day of— 
S W. Mo. 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


i 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and : 
Low Water. ' 


w. 


Mo. 


W.|Mo. 


5.-07 
0.1 


11:20 
L2 


17:40 
0.0 


. . . 




Th 


1 


0:-23 
L2 


6:45 
0.2 


12:31 
LO 


18:47 
0.0 


S 1 


1:85 
1.2 


8:20 
0.3 


13:43 
0.9 


19:51 
0.1 


1 Tui 2 


0:00 
1.1 


6:18 
0.1 


12:13 
1.1 


18:82 
.0.0 




F 


2 


1:18 
L2 


7:53 
0.2 


13:22 
LO 


19:37 
0.0 


nIm; 2 
1 1 


2:29 
1.2 


9:23 
0.3 


14:43 
0.8 


20:44 
0.1 


;W 3 

1 


0:57 
1.1 


7:18 
0.2 


16:07 
LI 


19:23 
0.0 




S 


3 


2:13 
L2 


9:00 
0.3 


14:16 
0.9 


20:27 
0.0 


Tu! 3 

1 


3:23 

1.2 


10:17 
0.3 


15:38 
0.9 


21:38 
0.1 


|Th 4 


1:54 
1.2 


8:24 
0.2 


14:00 
LO 


20:14 
0.0 




s 


4 


3:07 

1.2 


lO.I^ 
0.3 


15:12 
0.9 


21:17 
0.0 


WJ 4 


4:13 
1.2 


11:02 
0.3 


16:28 
0.9 


22:30 
0.0 


F 5 


2:50 
1.2 


9:34 
0.2 


14:52 
LO 


21:02 
0.0 


A 


M 


6 


3:58 
L2 


11:02 
0.3 


16:04 
0.9 


22.-07 
0.0 




Th 


5 


5:02 
L2 


11:39 
0.2 


17:15 
1.0 


23:20 ; 
0.0 


8 6 

1 


3:42 
L2 


10:33 
0.2 


15:44 
0.9 


21:51 
0.0 


N 


Tu 


6 


4:46 
1.3 


11:48 
0.3 


16:55 
0.9 


22:55 
0.0 




F 


6 


5:46 
L8 


12:12 
0.1 


17:69 
l.p 




:8, 7 


4:30 
1.3 


11:28 
0.2 


16:34 
0.9 


22:35 
0.0 


Iw 


7 


5:32 
L3 


12:27 
0.2 


17:40 
0.9 


23:42 
0.0 


• 


S 


7 


0:06 
0.0 


6:28 
L3 


12:46 
0.1 


18:42 
1.1 


iM 8 

1 


5:15. 
L3 


12:15 
0.2 


17:21 
0.9 


23:20 
0.0 




Th 8 


6:16 
L3 


12:58 
0.2 


18:24 
0.9 






S 1 8 


0:52 
—0.1 


7:10 
1.8 


13:23 
0.0 


19:24 
1.2 


a:Tu 9 


5:59 
L3 


12:48 
0.2 


18:03 
0.9 




• 


F 9 


0.-27 
0.0 


6:58 
L3 


13:30 
0.1 


19:06 
LO 


EiM 


9 


1:35 
—0.1 


7:51 
1.8 


14:03 
0.0 


20:07 
1.3 


^ w;io 

• 


OKB 
0.0 


6:42 
1.4 


13:34 
0.2 


18:47 
0.9 


S 10 


1:12 
0.0 


7:41 
L3 


14:02 
0.1 


19:48 
LI 


Tu 


10 


2:20 
-0.1 


8:32 
L2 


14:38 
0.0 


20:52 
1.3 


Th 11 


0:47 
0.0 


7:25 
1.4 


14K)7 
0.2 


19:28 
0.9 


S 11 


1:56 
0.0 


8:20 
L8 


14:36 
0.1 


20:31 
1.1 


Will 

1 


3K)5 
-0.1 


9:09 
1.2 


15:13 
—0.1 


21:32 ! 
1.3 1 


F 12 


1:31 
0.0 


8:07 
L4 


14:40 
0.2 


20:10 
0.9 


M 12 


2:40 
0.0 


8:59 
L3 


15:12 
0.0 


21:17 
1.2 


Th.l2 

1 I 


3:43 
0.0 


9:48 
LI 


15:55 
-0.1 


22:20 ' 
L3 


S 13 


2:15 
0.0 


8:48 
1.3 


15:14 
0.1 


20:55 
LO 


E Tu,l3 


3:*i6 
0.0 


9:40 
L2 


15:53 
0.0 


22:12 
L2 


F 


13 


4:37 
0.0 


10:28 
LI 


16:41 
0.0 


28:13 
L3 


S 14 

1 


3:00 
0.0 


9:28 
1.3 


15:52 
0.1 


21:42 
LO 




W 


14 


4:13 
0.0 


10:23 
1.2 


16:32 
0.0 


22:48 
1.2 


^, ^ 


14 


5:26 
0.1 


11:13 
LO 


17:80 
0.0 


. . . 


1 M 16 

1 


3:47 
0.0 


10K)8 
1.2 


16:30 
0.1 


22:31 
1.1 




Th 


15 


4:59 
0.0 


11:02 
LI 


17:14 
0.0 


23:39 
L3 




S 


15 


0:08 
L3 


6:21 
0.1 


12:07 
1.0 


18.-27 
0.0 


:Tu;i6 


4:36 
0.1 


10:52 
1.2 


17:10 
0.0 


23:22 
LI 


3) 


F 


16 


5:48 
0.1 


11:43 
LI 


18:00 
0.0 




s 


M 


16 


1H)8 
L3 


7:22 
•0.2 


13:18 
LO 


19:30 
0.0 


E W 17 


5:28 
0.1 


11:38 
1.1 


17:52 
0.0 






Si 17 


0:35 
L3 


6:45 
0.1 


12-28 
1.0 


18:52 
0.0 




Tu 


17 


2:10 
L2 


8:27 
0.2 


14:18 
LO 


20:38 
0.0 


D Th 18 


0:10 
1.2 


6:18 
0.1 


12:21 
LI 


18:37 
0.0 




S 18 


1:33 
L3 


7:44 
0.2 


13:22 
1.0 


19:50 
0.0 


p 


W 


18 


3:11 
L2 


9:30 
0.2 


15:29 
LO 


21:48 ' 
0.0 ' 


F 19 


1:04 
L3 


7:14 
0.1 


13:05 
LO 


19:27 
0.0 


,M|i9^ 


2:32 
L3 


8:50 
0.2 


14:24 
1.0 


20:52 
-0.1 


Th 


19 


4:10 
L2 


10:29 
0.1 


16:35 
LI 


22:50 
0.0 


S 20 


2:02 
1.3 


8:13 
0.2 


13:53 
1.0 


20:18 
—0.1 


S Tu 20 


3:82 
1.8 


9:52 
0.2 


15:32 
LO 


21:56 
—0.1 


f'20 

, 1 


5:07 
1.2 


11:24 
0.0 


17:33 
1.2 


23:49 
0.0 


S 21 


2:58 
L4 


9:15 
0.2 


14:48 
LO 


21:13 
—0.1 


P W 21 


4:30 
L3 


10:51 
0.2 


16:38 
1.1 


22:65 
—0.1 


C S |21 

1 


6:03 
1.2 


12:16 
0.0 


18:27 
1.3 




M 22 


3:56 
1.4 


10:15 
0.2 


15:46 
1.0 


22:08 
-0.1 


Th22 


5:26 
L3 


11:47 
0.1 


17:41 
1.1 


23:56 
—0.1 


E ; S , 22 

1 


0:.43 
—0.1 


6:52 
L2 


13:02 
—0.1 


19:12 

1.3 1 


S Tu 23 


4:50 

1.4 


11:13 
0.1 


16:46 
LO 


23:06 
-0.2 


O F 23 


6:18 
L4 


12:36 
0.0 


18:38 
1.2 




M 


23 


1:34 
—0.1 


7:38 
L2 


13:44 
-0.1 


19:58 ' 
1.4 


r w.24 


5:45 
1.5 


12:07 
0.1 


17:47 
LO 


. . . 


iS 24 


0:52 
-0.1 


7:09 
L4 


13:24 
0.0 


19:34 
L2 


Tu 


24 


2:23 
-0.1 


8:22 
L2 


14:27 
-0.1 


20:47 
1.4 


Th 25 


0:a^ 
-0.2 


6:37 
1.5 


13:00 
0.0 


18:48 
LI 


S 25 


1:47 
-0.1 


8:00 
L3 


14:14 
—0.1 


20:27 
1.3 


W 


25 


3:12 
0.0 


9:04 
1.1 


15:10 
-0.1 


21:33 
L4 


F 26 


1:00 
—0.2 


7:28 
1.5 


13:50 
0.0 


19:45 
1.1 


E M 26 


2:38 
—0.1 


8:50 
1.3 


15:00 
—0.1 


21:13 
L3 


Thi26 


4:00 
0.1 


9:48 
LI 


15:54 
0.0 


22:22 
1.3 


S 27 


1:55 
—0.1 


8:18 
1.4 


14:40 
0.0 


20:43 
1.2 


Tu27 


3:31 
0.0 


9:37 
1.2 


15:45 
-0.1 


22:02 
1.3 


F 


27 


4:50 
0.1 


10:34 
LO 


16:39 
0.0 


28:12 
1.3 


S 28 


2:52 
—0.1 


9:08 
1.3 


15:29 
-0.1 


21:41 
1.2 


W 28 

1 1 


4:22 
0.0 


10:22 
1.1 


16:30 
0.0 


22:55 
L3 


S 


28 


5:42 
0.2 


11:22 
0.9 


17:27 
0.1 




E M 29 


3:52 
0.0 


10:02 
1.3 


16:19 
—0.1 


22:35 
1.2 


Th29 


5:16 
0.1 


11:07 
LO 


17:18 
0.0 


23:47 
1.2 


^> 


29 


0:02 
1.2 


6:38 
0.3 


12:15 
0.9 


18:19 
0.1 


Tu 30 


4:48 
0.0 


10:52 
1.2 


17:08 
0.0 


23:27 
1.2 


C 


F 30 


6:13 
0.2 


11:55 
LO 


18:07 
0.0 




AM 


30 


0:55 
1.2 


7:87 
0.3 


13:13 

0.8 


19:15 
0.2 


C VV 31 


5:43 
0.1 


11:42 
1.1 


17:48 
0.0 






S 31 
! 


0:39 
L2 


7:15 
0.3 


.12:46 
0.9 


18:57 
0.1 












3 of each day; 
are reckoned 
n. and which 
chart, unless 


The tid 
a comperis 
from Mean 
is 0.6 foot b 
a minus (- 


es are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whe 
Low Water, which is the datum of sound! 
elow mean sea level. To find the depth of 
-) sign is before the height, in which case s 


th their times on the first line a 
ther it is high or low water. Tl 
ngs on the Coast and Geodetic 
water, add the tabular height t 
ubtract it. 


nd 
lefa 
Sur 
ath 


heights € 
eights, ii 
vey Cha 
e sound! 


►n the second lin< 
1 feet and tenths, 
rtsfor this regio 
ngs given on the 


The tin 
(a.m.), all 


ae used is Eastern Standard, 75th meridian 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and whe 


W.: Oi> is midnight, 12>> is noon; all hours less than 12 are in the forenoon 
n diminished by 12 give the times after noon; for Instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 


•, ne^v 
equator; A 


moon; ]) 
, P, moon 


, 1st quar.; O. 'u^ moon; ^, 3d < 
In apogee or perigee. 


)uar.: £, moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


farthest north or south of the ! 



100 



BALTIMORE (Fells Point), MARYLAND, 1907. 





OCTOBER. 




"" 1 




NOVEMBER. 


~ 




DECEMBER. 


4 D^yot- 
5; VV. Mo. 


Time Ma HelKbtof Rlgh mvl 
1-0 w Water. 


S 


Day of— 


Time and Hei|[htof High and 
Low Water. 




Day of- 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


W. IMo. 


W. 


Mo. 




1 

Tu 1 


1:60 
1.2 


8:33 
0.8 


14:13 
0.8 


20:18 
0.2 




F 


1 


2:54 9:18 
1.1 0.1 


15:27 
1.1 


21:87 
0.1 




§ 


1 


3K)1 
1.1 


9:12 
0.0 


15:85 
1.8 


21:53 
0.1 




W 2 


2:44 
1.1 


9:25 
0.3 


15:09 
0.9 


21:11 
0.1 




S 


2 


8:60 10:00 
1.1 0.1 


16:18 
1.2 


22:28 
0.0 




M 


2 


8:47 
1.1 


9:58 
-0.1 


16.-25 
1.4 


22:47 
0.1 ' 




Thi 3 


3:37 
1.1 


10:08 
0.2 


16:00 
1.0 


22:06 
0.1 


E 


§ 


3 


4.85 10:48 
1.1 0.0 


16:65 
1.3 


28:17 
0.0 




Tu 


3 


4:81 
1.1 


10:42 
—0.1 


17:18 
1.6 


28-.37 

0.0 




F 4 


4:25 
1.2 


10:47 
0.1 


16:47 
1.1 


22:56 
0.0 




M 


4 


5:17 11:22 
1.1 -0.1 


17:40 
1.4 


. . . 




W 


4 


6:15 
1.1 


11:28 
—0.2 


18:08 
1.5 


• v ■ 




S 5 


5:12 
1.2 


11:26 
0.1 


17:30 
1.2 


23:43 
0.0 


• 


Tu 


5 


Om 5:58 
0.0 1.1 


12.-08 
-0.1 


18:26 
1.5 


o 


Th 


5 


0:26 
0.0 


6«2 
1.1 


12:15 
-0.2 


18:W 
1.6 




h\ 6 


6:58 
1.2 


12:08 
0.0 


18:15 
1.3 






W 


6 


0:50 6:38 
—0. 1 1.1 


12:44 
-0.2 


19:12 
1.5 


p 


F 


6 


1:18 
0.0 


6:48 
1.1 


13:06 
—0.2 


19:40 

l.f» 


E 

• 


Mi 7 


0:81 
-0.1 


6:38 
1.2 


12:42 
0.0 


18:57 
1.4 




Th 


7 


1:86 7:18 
—0.1 1.1 


13:27 
-0.2 


20K)0 
1.5 


s 


S 


7 


2.-03 
0.0 


7:89 
1.1 


13:5S 
-0.2 


20:31 
1.5 




Tu 


8 


1:13 
-0.1 


7:17 
1.2 


13:19 
-0.1 


19:37 
1.4 




F 


8 


2.-22 8:02 
0.0 1.1 


14:12 
-0.1 


20:48 
1.5 




§ 


8 


2:53 
0.0 


8:34 
1.1 


14:47 
—0.1 


21:22 
1.4 




w! 9 


1:58 
-0.1 


7:56 
1.2 


13:50 
-0.1 


20:21 
1.5 


P 

g 


S 


9 


3:10 8:50 
0.0 1.1 


15:02 
-0.1 


21:39 
1.6 


M 


9 


3:44 
0.0 


9:34 
1.1 


15:44 
0.0 


12 U 
1.3 




Th 10 


2:43 
-0.1 


8:33 
1.1 


14:99 
-0.1 


21:aS 
1.5 


H 


10 


4:00 9:44 
0.0 1.0 


15:66 
0.0 


22:82 
1.4 


Tu 


10 


4:37 
0.0 


10:39 
1.1 


16:46 
0.0 


23:t»6 
1.2 


Fill 


3:28 
0.0 


9:15 
1.1 


15:28 
—0.1 


21:57 
1.4 


M 


11 


4:54 10:46 
0.1 1.0 


16:54 
0.0 


28:27 
1.8 


y\w 


11 


5:32 
0.0 


11-40 
1.1 


17:58 
0.1 




S 12 

1 


4:17 
0.0 


10:02 
1.1 


16:12 
0.0 


22:50 
1.4 


D 


Tu 


12 


5:51 11:63 
0.1 1.0 


18.-00 
0.1 






Th 


12 


0:07 
1.2 


6:28 
0.0 


12:48 
1.1 


19:01 
0.1 


s 


S 


13 


5:09 
0.1 


10:55 
1.0 


17:08 
0.0 


23:46 
1.3 




W 


13 


0:22 6:50 
1.2 0.1 


18:08 
1.0 


19:13 
0.1 


E 


F 


13 


1:17 
1.1 


7:23 
0.0 


13:47 
1.1 


20:10 
0.2 


I 


m'i4 


6.-04 
0.1 


11:55 
1.0 


18:10 
0.1 


• • • 




Th 


14 


1:26 7:48 
1.1 0. 1 


14Ky7 
1.1 


20:24 
0.1 




S 


14 


2:06 
1.0 


8:16 
0.0 


14:57 
1.2 


2lr21 
0.2 


!Tu|15 

1 ! 


0:45 
1.2 


7:06 
0.2 


13.-07 
1.0 


19:18 
0.1 




F 


15 


2:83 8:46 
1. 1 0. 1 


lb:ff7 
1.1 


21:33 
0.1 




§ 


15 


2:59 
1.0 


9:07 
0.0 


15:48 
1.3 


22:28 
0.2 


|W 16 


1:47 
1.2 


8:09 
0.2 


14:18 
1.0 


20:31 
0.1 


E 


S 


16 


3:30 9:38 
1.1 0.0 


16:04 
1.2 


22:37 
0.1 




M 


16 


3:51 
1.0 


9:57 
-0.1 


16:83 
1.8 


23:2^ 
0.2 




Th 17 


2:48 
1.1 


9:10 
0.1 


15:24 
1.1 


21:40 
O.I 




s 


17 


4:23 10:26 
1. 1 -0. 1 


16:56 
1.8 


23:36 
0.1 


|Tu 


17 


4:42 
1.0 


10:43 
-0.1 


17.-21 
1.4 


. . . 




F 18 


3:M 
1.1 


10:07 
0.1 


16:20 
1.2 


22:44 
0.0 




M 


18 


5:12 11:13 
1.0 -0.1 


17:43 
1.4 




w 


18 


0:16 
0.2 


5:30 
0.9 


11:29 
-0.1 


18:06 
1.4 


1 S 19 


4:50 
1.1 


10:57 
0.0 


17:18 
1.3 


23:42 
0.0 


O 


Tu 


19 


0:26 6:58 
0.1 1.0 


11:57 
—0.1 


18:28 
1.4 


c'Th 


19 


1K)1 
0.2 


6:17 
0.9 


12:12 
-0.1 


18:.50 
1.4 


EJS ,20 


5:40 
Ul 


11:43 
—0.1 


18:08 
1.4 






W 


20 


1:13 6:42 
0.1 1.0 


12:40 
—0.1 


19:12 
1.4 


N F 


20 


1:40 
0.2 


7KX) 
0.9 


12:57 
—0.1 


19:33 
1.4 


0,M 21 


0:33 
0.0 


6:26 
1.1 


12:29 
—0.1 


18:31 
1.4 


Th 


21 


1:57 7:23 
0.1 1.0 


13:28 
—0.1 


19:66 
1.4 




s 


21 


2:2:^ 
0.2 


7:42 
0.9 


18:41 
0.0 


2'):lf. 
1.4 


Tu 22 


1:22 
0.0 


7:09 
1.1 


13:11 
—0.1 


19:36 
1.4 


F 


22 


2:38 8:06 
0. 1 0. 9 


14:05 
0.0 


20:39 
1.4 


A 


IS 


22 


3:00 
0.2 


8:26 
0.9 


14:24 
0.0 


20:5M 
1.4 


1 W 23 


2:09 
0.0 


7:51 
1.1 


13:53 
—0.1 


20:21 
1.4 


N 


s 


23 


3:21 8:49 
0.2 0.9 


14:48 
0.0 


21:24 
1.4 


iM 


23 


3:38 
0.2 


9:11 
0.9 


15.-09 
0.1 


21:4--* 
1.3 


Th|24 


2:bi 
0.1 


8:33 
1.0 


14:36 
-0.1 


21:06 
1.4 




s 


24 


4:02 9:35 
0. 2 0. 9 


15:38 
0.1 


•22:09 
1.3 


|Tu 


24 


4:17 
0.2 


9:57 
0.9 


15:54 
0.1 


22 ri? 
1.2 




F,25 


3:39 
.0.1 


9:17 
1.0 


15:18 
0.0 


21:52 
1.4 


AM 25 


4:48 10:22 
0.2 0.9 


16:20 
0.1 


22:55 
1.2 


!w 


25 


4:55 
0.1 


10:46 
1.0 


16:45 
0.1 


23:06 
1.2 




S 


26 


4:25 
0.2 


10:02 
0.9 


16:04 
0.1 


22:38 
1.3 


'Tu 


26 


5:32 11:14 
0.2 0.9 


17:12 
0.2 


23:42 
1.2 


Th 


26 


5:35 
0.1 


11:37 
1.0 


17:37 
0.2 


23:57 
1.1 


N|S 


27 


5:15 
0.2 


10:52 
0.9 


16:52 
0.1 


23:27 
1.2 


(C 


W 27 


6:17 12:12 
0.2 0.9 


18:08 
0.2 




(L ¥ 


27 


6:16 
0.1 


12:29 
1.1 


18:35 
0.2 




AM 28 


6'M 
0.2 


11:45 
0.8 


17:43 
0.2 






Th 28 


0:-2H 7:01 
1.1 0.1 


13:07 
1.0 


19:08 


e' s 


28 


0:42 
1.1 


6:57 
0.1 


13:17 
1.1 


19r24 
0.2 


C Tu 29 


0:18 
1.2 


6:57 
0.2 


12.43 
0.9 


18:42 
0.2 


1 F 29 


1:24 7:iG 
1.1 0.1 


14:00 
1.1 


20:08 
0.2 


S 


29 


1:25 
1.0 


7:42 
0.0 


14K)9 
1.2 


2i)r-»i 

0.2 


1W30 


1:09 
l.l 


7:47 
0.2 


13:42 
0.9 


19:U 
0.2 


K|S 


'^o 


2:15 8:27 
1.1 0.1 


14:46 
1.2 


21 .-00 
0.1 


M 


30 


2:10 
1.0 


8:28 
0.0 


15:03 
1.3 


21:l!< 
0.2 


Th 31 


2:02 
1.1 


8:34 
0.2 


14:36 
1.0 


20:41 
0.2 


1 










Tu 


31 


2:58 
1.0 


9:18 
—0.1 


15:57 
1.4 


22:16 
0.1 


The tid 

a conipttrif* 

from .Mean 

is U.(i f«x)t b 

j a miiiiLs (- 


es are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
on of conHecutive helRhtM will indicate whe 
liOw Water, which i.s the datum of soundi 
elow mean sea level. To find the depth of 
- ) «ign is before the height. In which caM? *■ 


th their times on the first line and heights < 
ther it is high or low water. The heights. Ir 
ngs on the Coast and (it-odetic Survey Cha 
water, a<id the tabular height to the soundi 
ubtract it. 


n the second line of each day; 

feet and tenths, are rtjckoned 

rts for this region, and which 

ngs given on the chart, unle» 


, The tin 
(a. m.), all 


ae used is Eastern Standard. 75th meridian 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and wlu 


W.; Oh is midnight. l-J*" 
n diminished by 12 give 


s nfjon: all hours h 
the times after noor 


•ss than 12 are in 
: for instance, 15 


the forenoi^n 
47 is 3:47 p. m. 


#, new 
equator: A 


moon: Ji 
, P, moon 


. l.st quar.: O. 
In apogee or p 


full moon: (J, 3d < 
erigee. 


luar.; E, mf)on (m thee 


quator: N, S. nuKjn 


farthest 


north o 


r south 


of the 





























WASHINGTON (Seventh Street), DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, 1907. 



101 





1 JANUARY. 


FEBRUARY. 


MARCH. 




Is 


JDayof- 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


S 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


S 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
LowWater. 




W. 


Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 




Tu 


1 


8:26 
-0.1* 


9:10 15:80 
2.6 0.8 


21:16 
3.0 




F 


1 


4:18 
-0.2 


10:02 
2.9 


16:25 
0.1 


22:18 
3.0 




F 


1 


8:08 
-0.1 


8:54 
8.0 


15:26 
—0.1 


21:14 
8.1 




|W 


2 


4H)6 
-0.1 


9:46 16:10 
2.7 0.3 


21:66 
8.0 




S 


2 


4:56 
-0.1 


10:42 
8.0 


17:10 
0.1 


23:05 
8.0 


E 


S 


2 


8:46 
-0.1 


9:86 
8.1 


16:06 
—0.1 


21:66 
3.1 






Th 


3 


4:45 
-0.1 


10:28 16:46 
2.7 0.8 


22:40 
2.9 


E 


s 


3 


5:82 
0.0 


11:28 
8.0 


18KX) 
0.1 


23:48 
2.9 




s 


3 


4:26 
-0.1 


10:16 
3.2 


16:50 
—0.1 


22:40 
3.0 






F 


4 


5:25 
0.0 


11:10 17:83 
2.8 0.3 


28:25 
2.9 




M 


4 


6:16 
0.1 


12:18 
8.0 


18:56 
0.1 






M 


4 


6:02 
0.0 


11:05 
3.2 


17:40 
0.0 


23:22 
Z9 




■ 1 s 


5 


6K)6 
0.1 


11:55 18:21 
'2.9 0.8 




c 


Tu 


5 


0:86 
2.7 


7:00 
0.2 


18K)6 
3.0 


19:61 
0.2 




Tu 


5 


5:46 
0.1 


11:50 
8.1 


18:32 
0.1 






§ 


6 


0:10 
2.8 


6;48 12:46 
0.1 2.9 


19:15 
0.2 




W 


6 


1:26 
2.6 


7:50 
0.8 


14:05 
8.0 


20:66 
0.2 




W 


6 


0:11 
2.7 


6:34 
0.2 


12:46 
3.0 


19:84 
0.2 




'EM 


7 


1:00 
2.8 


7:32 13:86 
0.2 2.9 


20:18 
0.2 




Th 


7 


2:24 
2.5 


8:54 
0.3 


15:05 
2.9 


22K)2 
0.2 


d 


Th 


7 


1:05 
2.5 


7:32 
0.3 


13:42 
2.9 


20:39 
0.2 




1 il^ 


8 


l:r)5 
2.7 


8:25 14:80 
0.2 3.0 


21:20 
0.2 




F 


8 


3:80 
2.4 


10:02 
0.8 


16:10 
2.9 


28:10 
0.2 


S 


F 


8 


2KK 
2.4 


8:88 
0.4 


14:45 
2.8 


21:48 
0.3 




IW| 9 

1 


2:51 
2.6 


930 15:30 
0.2 8.0 


22:24 
0.1 


s 


S 


9 


4:46 
2.4 


11:16 
0.2 


17:18 
8.0 


. . . 


P 


S 


9 


3:16 
2.3 


9:65 
0.3 


15:55 
2.8 


22:57 
0.2 






iTh! 10 


8:54 
2.5 


10:25 16:30 
0. 2 3. 1 


28:26 
0.0 


p 


s 


10 


0:10 
0.1 


5:48 
2.5 


12:16 
0.1 


18:16 
8.1 




s 


10 


4:80 
2.4 


11:06 
0.2 


17:06 
2.8 


23:58 
0.1 






Fill 


5:00 
2.5 


11:26 17:30 
0.2 8.1 


. . . 




M 11 


1:09 
-0.1 


6:60 
2.6 


18:18 
—0.1 


19:15 
8.1 




M 


11 


6:35 
2.5 


12:10 
0.0 


18:06 
2.9 






P 


S 12 


0:28 
0.1 


6:00 12:28 
2.6 0.0 


18:30 
3.2 


• 


Tu 


12 


2:02 
—0.2 


7:48 
2.8 


14:14 
-0.2 


20:10 
8.2 




Tu 


.12 


0:65 
0.0 


6:85 
2.7 


13.-08 
-0.1 


19:04 
3.0 




s 


S 13 


1:22 
—0.2 


7:05 13:26 
2.6 0.0 


19:26 
8.8 




W 


13 


2:64 
-0.8 


8:88 
2.9 


15:06 
-0.3 


21:02 
8.2 




W 


13 


1:46 
—0.2 


7:28 
2.8 


14:00 
-0.8 


19:54 
3.1 




• 


M 14 


2:16 
-0.8 


8:00 14:24 
2.7 —0.1 


20:20 
3.3 




Th 


14 


8:40 
-0.8 


9:28 
8.0 


16K)0 
-0.3 


21:61 
8.2 


• 


Th 


14 


2:80 
-0.3 


8:16 
3.0 


14:50 
-0.8 


20:40 
3.1 




ITu 15 


8:10 
-0.3 


8:55 15:20 
2.8 —0.2 


21:15 
3.8 




F 


15 


4:27 
-0.3 


10:16 
8.0 


16:47 
-0.3 


22:40 
8.1 


E 


F 


15 


3:15 
-0.3 


9:02 
3.1 


15:87 
-0.4 


21:30 
3.1 




wie 


4:00 
-0.4 


9:50 16:20 
2.9 —0.2 


22:10 
8.2 


E 


S 


16 


6:10 
-0.3 


11K)2 
8.0 


17:36 
-0.2 


28:25 
8.0 




S 


16 


4:00 
—0.3 


9:46 
8.1 


16:24 
-0.3 


22:10 
8.0 




|Th 17 


4:50 
—0.3 


10:40 17:10 
2.9 -0.2 


23:00 
3.1 




§ 


17 


5:66 
—0.2 


11:50 
3.0 


18:27 
—0.1 


. . . 




§ 


17 


4:42 
—0.2 


10:80 
8.1 


17:10 
—0.2 


22:56 
2.9 






F 18 


5:40 
-0.3 


11:82 18K)5 
2.9 -0.1 


23:54 
8.0 




M 


18 


0:10 
2.8 


6:45 
0.0 


12:86 
2.9 


19:20 
0.1 




M 


18 


5:26 
-0.1 


11:14 
3.0 


17:64 
-0.1 


23:87 
2.7 1 




E 


S 19 


6:80 
-0.2 


12:22 19:00 
2.9 0.0 


. . . 


D 


Tu 


19 


1:00 
2.6 


7:86 
0.1 


18:24 
2.8 


20:10 
. 0.2 




Tu 


19 


6:06 
0.1 


11:55 
2.9 


18:40 
0.1 






' S 20 


0:45 
2.8 


7:22 13:14 
—0.1 2.8 


19:65 
0.1 




wi20 


1:46 
2.4 


8:26 
0.3 


14:10 
2.7 


21:05 
0.3 




W 


20 


0:20 
2.6 


6:55 
0.8 


12:40 
2.8 


19:80 
0.2 




}) . M 21 


1:86 
2.6 


8:12 14:05 
0.0 2.8 


20:54 
0.2 


A 


Th 21 


2:88 
2.3 


9:17 
0.4 


16KM 
2.6 


22.-00 
0.8 


A 


Th 


21 


1:05 
2.4 


7:45 
0.4 


13:25 
2.7 


20:22 
0.8 




Tu 


22 


2:30 
2.5 


9:04 14:55 
0.1 2.9 


21:48 
0.2 




F 22 


8:82 
2.2 


10:10 
0.4 


16:55 
2.6 


22:50 
0.3 


N 


F 


22 


1:64 
2.3 


8:38 
0.5 


14:15 
2.6 


21:15 
0.4 




W 


23 


3:24 
2.4 


9:55 15:45 
0.2 2.7 


22:40 
0.2 


N 


S 23 


4:28 
2.2 


11:04 
0.4 


16:46 
2.6 


23:40 
0.8 




S 


23 


2:46 
2.3 


9:80 
0.6 


16:10 
2.5 


22:10 
0.4 






Th 


24 


4:17 
2.3 


10:48 16:34 
0. 3 2. 7 


28:31 
0.2 




S 24 


6:18 
2.3 


11:65 
0.8 


17:84 
2.7 






s 


24 


8:40 
2.8 


10:27 
0.5 


16:04 
2.6 


23:02 
0.3 




1 A 

1 


F 


25 


5:10 
2.3 


11:35 17:26 
0.3 2.7 






M]25 

1 


0:26 
0.2 


6:05 
2.4 


12:86 
0.3 


18:20 
2.8 




M 


25 


4:38 
2.4 


11:20 
0.4 


16:55 
2.6 


28:50 

0.2 1 




i 


S 


26 

4 


0:18 
0.2 


6:00 12:25 
2.3 0.3 


18:06 
2.8 


Tu 


26 


1:10 
0.1 


6:50 
2.5 


18:21 
0.2 


19:06 
2.9 




Tu 


26 


6:28 
2.5 


12:a5 
0.2 


17:50 
2.8 






^ 


§ 


27 


1:02 
0.1 


6:42 13:08 
2.4 0.3 


18:50 
2.8 




W 


27 


1:52 
0.0 


7:32 
2.7 


14:04 
0.1 


19:47 
8.0 




W 


27 


0:36 
0.1 


6:14 
2.7 


12:50 
0.1 


18:36 
2.9 




M 


28 


1:42 
0.0 


7:24 13:50 
2.6 0.2 


19:84 
2.9 


O 


Th 


28 


2:30 
-0.1 


8:14 
2.9 


14:48 
0.0 


20:30 
3.1 




Th 


28 


1:16 
0.0 


7:00 
2.9 


18.86 
—0.1 


19:22 
8.0 




O Tu 29 


2:20 
0.i) 


8:04 14:28 
2.6 0.2 


20:12 
3.0 
















g 


F 


29 


1:58 
—0.1 


7:40 
3.1 


14:20 
-0.2 


20:C5 
8.1 






W|30 


3K)2 
—0.1 


8:42 15:10 
2.7 0.2 


20:65 
3.0 


















S 


30 


2:35 
-0.1 


8:25 
3.2 


15:00 
-0.2 


20:50 
3.1 






Th 


31 


3:40 
-0.1 


9:20 16:46 
2.8 0.1 


21:36 
3.0 


















H 


31 


8:15 
—0.1 


9:08 
3.8 


16:46 
-0.3 


21:35 
3.0 




Th 
a com 
from S 
1.4 fee 
minus 




etid 
[>ari8 
lean 
t bel 

(-) 


ea are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whe 

Low Water, which is the datum of soundii 
ow mean sea level. To find the depth of w 

sign is before the height, In which case sut 


th their times on the first line and heights ( 
ther it is high or low water. The heights, ir 
rags on the Coast and Geodetic Survev Chart 
ater, add the tabular height to the soundin 
tract it. 


>n the s«cond line of each day; 

feet and tenths, are reckoned 

s for this region, and which is 

gs given on the chart, unless n 




The tin 

(a.m.). all 


oe used is Eastern Standard, 75th meridian 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and whe 


W.; Oh is midnight, Ti" is noon; all hours Ic 
n diminished by 12 give the times after noon 


?ss than 12 are in the forenoon 
; for instance, 15:47 i.s 3:47 p.m. 


! #, new 
, equator; A 


'moon: ]) 
, P, moon 


, l8t quar.; Q, full moon; (t, 3d q 
in apogee or perigee. 


uar.; E, moon on the equator: N, S, moon 


farthest north or 


south of the 



102 



WASHINGTON (Seventh Street), DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, 1907. 



APRIL. 


MAY. 




JUNE. 


_ 


-- 


s 


Day of— 


Time and Heleht of High and 
Low Wat«r. 


S 


Day of— 


Time anc 


I Height of High and 
LowWater. 

lOflO 17:10 22:50 
3.2 —0.2 2.8 


i 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
LowWater. 


W. jMo. 


W. 'mo. 
W 1 


W. 

S 


Mo. 


M 


1 


8:56 
-0.1 


9:52 
3.8 


16:»4 
-0.2 


22:20 
2.9 


4:18 
0.0 


1 


6:07 
0.1 


12K)0 
■ 2.9 


18:51 
0.0 


. . . 


P Tu 


2 


4-.38 
0.0 


10:40 
8.2 


17:24 
-0.1 


23:05 
2.8 


8 


Th 2 


5:11 
0.1 


11:13 
3.1 


18:06 28:45 
-0.1 2.6 




H 


2 


0:36 
2.6 


7:18 
0.2 


13:02 
2.8 


0.0 


W 


3 


5:24 
0.1 


11-.80 
3.1 


18:18 
0.0 


23:65 
2.6 




F 3 


6:12 
0.3 


12:11 
2.9 


19:06 . . . 
0.1 .. . 


<L 


M 


3 


1:38 
2.6 


8:18 
0.2 


14:05 
2.7 


20:4S 
0.1 




Th 


4 


6:20 
0.3 


12:25 
8.0 


19:20 
O.l 




d 


S 4 


0:44 
2.6 


7:21 
0.3 


18:13 20:10 
2.8 0.2 




Tu 


4 


2:40 
2.6 


9:26 
0.1 


16:10 
2.6 


21 AS 

0,1 


s 


F 


5 


0:62 
2.6 


7:24 
0.4 


13:26 
2.8 


20:28 
0.3 




S 5 


1:50 
2.5 


832 
0.3 


14:22 21:15 
2.7 0.2 


E 


W 5 


3:88 
2.7 


10:26 
0.1 


16:12 
2.5 


22:42 
0.0 


! s 


6 


1:58 
2.4 


8:40 
0.4 


14:35 
2.7 


21:34 
0.3 




M; 6 


2:58 
2.5 


9:42 
0.2 


15:31 22:16 
2.6 0.1 




Th 6 


4:34 
2.8 


11:21 
0.0 


17:10 
2.5 


23::t:t 

O.u 




H 


7 


8:10 
2.4 


9:60 
0.3 


15:46 
2.7 


22:40 
0.2 




Tu '7 


4:03 
2.6 


10:45 
0.1 


16:36 23:12 
2.6 0.1 




F| 7 


5:27 
2.7 


12:11 
0.0 


18:02 
2.5 


. . . 




M 


8 


4:20 
2.4 


11:00 
0.2 


16:52 
2.7 


23:38 
0.1 




W 8 


6:01 
2.7 


11:43 
0.0 


17:35 ... 
2.7 .. . 




S 8 


0:-22 
0.0 


6:12 
2.9 


12:.t9 
-O.l 


2..T 


Tn 


9 


5:22 
2.6 


12:00 
0.0 


17:52 
2.8 




E 


Thi 9 


0:08 
0.0 


5:54 

2.8 


12:35 18:27 
—0. 1 2. 7 




S; 9 


1:07 
0.0 


6:65 
2.9 


13:43 
—0.1 


19:^ 

2.6 


W 


10 


0:31 
0.0 


6:18 
2.8 


12:55 
-0.2 


18:48 
2.9 




F 10 


0:62 
-0.1 


6:40 
2.9 


18:22 19:14 
-O.a 2.7 


• 


M ' 10 


1:60 
0.0 


7:87 
3.0 


14:24 
-0.2 


20:12 
2.0 


E 


Th 


11 


1:20 
-0.1 


7:10 
2.9 


13:44 
-0.3 


19:36 
2.9 




S :11 


1:35 
—0.1 


7:23 
3.0 


14:07 19:67 
—0. 3 2. 7 




Tail 


2:32 
0.1 


8:16 
3.0 


15:03 
—0.2 


2U:.tO 
-2.tJ 


'• 


F 


12 


2.-06 
-0.2 


7:50 
3.0 


14:80 
-0.3 


20.20 
3.0 


• 


s'l2 


2:18 
—0.1 


8:05 
3.1 


14:48 20:37 
—0.3 2.7 


^;Wll2 


8:12 
0.1 


8:55 
8.0 


15:42 
-0.1 


21 :27 
2.6 


i 
1 


S 


13 


2:48 
-0.2 


8:35 
3.1 


15:15 . 
—0.3 


21:04 
2.9 




M 1 13 


2:59 
0.0 


8:43 
3.1 


15:29 21:16 
—0. 2 2. 7 




Th; 13 


3:50 
0.2 


9:32 
2.9 


16:22 
—0.1 


22HM 

2.ri 


1 H 


14 


3:28 
-0.2 


9:15 
8.1 


15:56 
—0.3 


21:45 
2.9 




Tu 14 


8:38 
0.0 


9:23 
3.0 


16:08 21:63 
—0.2 2.7 




F 14 


4:27 
0.8 


10:10 
2.9 


17«1 
0.0 


22:4? 


M 


15 


4:10 
-0.1 


9:58 
3.1 


16:40 
—0.2 


22:24 

2.8 




W ■ 15 


4:18 
0.2 


10:00 
3.0 


16:49 22:32 
—0.1 2.6 




S 15 


5:a5 
0.4 


10:50 

2.8 


17:40 
0.0 


23r24 
2. 6 


' iTu 


16 


4:50 
0.1 


10:37 
3.0 


17:24 
-0.1 


23:04 
2.7 


A Th 16 

N 


4:57 
0.3 


10:40 
2.9 


17:30 23:12 
0.0 2.6 




H |16 


5:47 
0.4 


11:33 

2.8 


18:22 
0.1 




|W 


17 


5:32 
0.2 


11:13 
2.9 


18:06 
0.0 


23:44 
2.6 




F 17 


5:37 
0.4 


11:22 
2.8 


18:14 23:.>4 
0. 1 2. 5 




M 17 


0:07 
2.7 


6:33 
0.4 


12:20 
2.7 


19i>1 
0.1' 


A Th 


18 


6:16 
0.4 


11:58 

2.8 


18:48 
0.2 


. . . 




s ;i8 


6:22 
0.5 


12:03 
2.7 


18:58 . . . 
0.2 .. . 


D 


Tu!18 

1 


0:54 
2.7 


7:26 
0.4 


13:10 
2.7 


19:4> 

0. '- 


N F 


19 


0:28 
2.5 


7:03 
0.5 


12:44 
2.6 


19:40 
0.3 




S 19 


0:40 
2.5 


7:10 
0.5 


12:50 19:44 
2. 6 0. 3 




W 19 


1:44 
2.8 


8:22 
0.3 


14:l»2 
2.7 


20.rr 

O.'J 


D 


s 


20 


1:16 
2.4 


7:52 
0.6 


13:30 
2.6 


20:"29 
0.3 


D 


M 20 


1:28 
2.5 


8:(M 
0.6 


13:45 20:34 
2.6 0.3 


E 


Th' 20 


2:37 
2.9 


9:20 
0.2 


15:57 
2.6 


21rJ^ 
0. J 




S 21 


2:05 
2.4 


8:49 
0.6 


14:23 
2.6 


21:25 
0.3 




Tu 21 


2:22 
2.6 


9:01 
0.4 


14:42 21:25 
2. 6 0. 3 


j F 21 


3:31 
3.0 


10:19 
0.1 


15:.>4 
2.6 


22*22 




M 22 


3:00 
2.4 


9:48 
0.5 


15:20 
2.6 


22:14 
0.3 




W 22 


3:15 
2.7 


9:58 
0.3 


15:38 22:17 
2.6 0.2 


1 s '22 


4:26 
3.1 


11:18 
0.0 


16:53 
2.6 


23:17 

O.J 


Tu 23 


Sim 
2.5 


10:40 
0.4 


16:20 
2.6 


23:a5 
0.2 


E 


Th 23 


4:08 
2.9 


10:54 
0.2 


16:33 23:06 
2. 7 0. 1 


H 23 


5:22 
3.2 


12:14 
—0.1 


17:5i2 
2.6 




W i 24 

i 


4:50 
2.7 


11:32 
0.2 


17:15 
2.7 


23:51 
0.1 


F 24 


4:.59 
3.0 


11:47 
0.0 


17:28 2^1:55 
2. 7 0. 1 


jM 24 


0:13 
0.1 


6:17 
3.3 


13:10 
-0.2 


1h:.-iO 


; 1 Th 25 


6:38 
2.9 


12:20 
0.0 


18:04 
2.8 




S 25 


5:50 
3.1 


12:38 
-0.2 


18:22 . . . 
2.8 . . . 


o;tu'25 

1*^ 1 


1:08 
0.0 


7:12 
3.3 


14:03 
—0.3 


19:47 
2. T 


! E F ' 26 

1 ] 


0:38 
0.0 


6:24 
3.0 


13:07 
—0.1 


18:51 
2.9 


§ 26 


0:43 
0.0 


6:42 
3.3 


13:30 19:13 
-0. 3 2. S 


8 1 W 26 


2:W 
0.0 


8:08 
3.4 


14:57 
-^.4 


21): 41 
2,^ 


1 ^ 127 


1:20 
-0.1 


7:10 
3.2 


13:55 
—0.3 


19:40 
3.0 


O 


M 27 


1:32 
0.0 


7:32 
3.4 


14:20 20:04 
-0.4 2.9 


Th 27 

1 


3:01 
-0.1 


9:00 
3.3 


15:50 
-0.4 


21:3.-> 
2. S 


iOl S 28 


2:02 
—0.1 


7:56 
3.3 


14:46 
-0.3 


20:25 
3.0 


P 


Tu 28 


2:21 
—0.1 


8:22 
3.4 


15:11 20:55 
-0.4 2.8 


' F 28 

1 


3:57 
-0.1 


9:55 
3.3 


16:42 
-0.3 


22::ft' 
2.^ 


M 29 


2:45 
-0.1 


8:44 
3.4 


15:30 
-0.4 


21:12 
2.9 


S|W 29 


3:12 
0.0 


9:14 
3.4 


Hi:03 21:47 
-0. 4 2. 8 


S 2i) 


4:65 
—0.1 


10-.60 
-8.1 


17:35 
-0.2 


23r23 

2.> 


' P Tu 30 


3:30 
0.0 


9:32 
3.3 


16:20 
-0.3 


22:00 
2.9 


Th 30 


4:07 
0.0 


10:12 
3.3 


16:57 22:40 
-0.3 2.7 


6 30 


6:55 
0.0 


11:47 
3.0 


18:29 
-0.2 


. . . 


, 










F 31 


5:04 11:02 
0. 1 3. 1 

h their times on 
herit ishighorl 
ngs on the dmst 
water, add the t* 
btract it. 
meridian W.: O* 
) and when dimi 


17:53 23:37 
—0.2 2.7 












' The tid 

a comparisi 

from Mear 

is 1.4 feet b 

a minus (— 

The tiE 

1 forenoon (i 

' i8 3:47 p. m 


esare placed in the order of occurrence, wit 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whet 
I Low Water, which is the datum of soundi 
►elow mean sea level. To find the depth of 
-) sign is before the height, in which ca.'«e su 
ae used is Eastern Meridian Standard, 75th 
i. m.), all greater are in the afternoon (p. m. 


the first line and heights c 
ow water. The heights, ir 
and Geodetic Survey Char 
ibular height to the soundi 

is midnight, 12i> is noon; a 
nished by 12 give the times 


n the second line of each day: 

I feet and tenths, are reckoned 
ts from this region, and which 
ngs given on the chart, imlescc 

II hours leas than 12 are in the 
after noon; for instance, 15:47 


•, nev 
equator; A 


rmoon; ] 
, P, moon 


;, Ist quar.; Q, full moon; (J, 3d c 
in apogee or perigee. 


luar.; E, 


noon on the equator; N, 8, m<x)n 


farthest north or south of the 



WASHINGTON (Seventh street), DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, 1907. 



10 



JULY. 




Al'iir.ST. 






SEPTEMBER. 






a 

8 
S3 


Day of— 


Time and Heigbtor High Hud 
Low Water. 


a 

8 


Day of— 


Time and Uetghtor High and 
Low Water. 


1 


Dtiyof— 


Time and Height of Hig 
Low Water. 


h and 


W. 


Mo. 


W.|Mo. 


W.I Mo. 




M 


1 


0:20 

2.8 


6:57 
0.0 


12:44 19:24 
2.9 -0.1 


Th' 1 

1 


1:40 
2.8 


8:26 
0.1 


14:06 20:40 
2.5 0.1 




.S 1 1 


2:46 
2.6 


9:40 
0.3 


15:18 
2.3 


21:55 
0.4 


s 


Tu 


2 


1:17 

2.8 


7:57 
0.1 


13:42 20:19 
2. 7 0. 




F 


2 


2:34 

2.8 


9:25 
0.2 


15K)2 21:35 
2.4 0.2 


N 

A 


M 2 


3:40 
2.6 


10:38 
0.3 


16:15 
2.2 


22:50 
0.4 




W 


3 


2:18 
2.8 


8:58 
0.1 


14:40 21:14 
2.6 0.0 




S 


3 


8:26 
2.7 


10:20 
0.2 


16:00 22:30 
2.3 0.2 




Tul 3 


4:30 
2.6 


11:30 
0.3 


17:05 
2.3 


23:42 
0.3 




Th 


4 


3:07 
2.8 


9:57 
0.1 


15:40 22:08 
2.5 0.1 




s 


4 


4:20 
2.7 


11:16 
0.2 


16:55 23:22 
2.3 0.3 




W 4 


6:20 
2.6 


12:15 
0.2 


17:58 
2.4 






F 


5 


4:02 

2.8 


10:52 
0.1 


16:87 23.02 
2. 4 0. 1 


A 


M 


5 


6:08 
2.7 


12:04 
0.2 


17:46 . . . 
2.3 .. . 




Th, 5 


0:28 
0.3 


6:10 
2.7 


12:58 
0.1 


18:40 
2.5 




S 


6 


4:53 

2.8 


11:46 
0.1 


17«0 23:52 
2. 4 0. 1 


N 


Tu 6 


0:10 
0.3 


5:65 
2.7 


12:60 18:32 
0.1 2.3 




F I 6 


1:10 
0.2 


6:55 
2.8 


13:36 
0.0 


19:18 
2.7 




s 


7 


5:40 
2.8 


12:32 
0.1 


18:20 . . . 
2.4 .. . 




w' 7 


0:67 
0.2 


6:40 
2,8 


13.82 19:16 
0. 1 2. 4 


• is, 7 


1:60 
0.1 


7:34 
2.9 


14:15 
0.0 


20:00 

2.8 




M 


8 


0:38 
0.1 


6:26 

2.8 


18:17 19:05 
0.0 2.4 




Th 


8 


1:40 
0.2 


7:20 
2.8 


14:14 19:62 
0.0 2.5 


1 S 1 8 

1 


2:30 
0.0 


8:15 
3.0 


14:52 
—0.1 


20:36 
3.0 


A 


Tu 


9 


1:23 
0.1 


7:08 
2.9 


13:68 19:44 
0.0 2.5 


• 


F 


9 


2:18 
0.2 


8:00 
2.9 


14:49 20:30 ' 
0.0 2.6 


E 


M| 9 


3:09 
0.0 


8:65 
3.0 


15:26 
—0.1 


21:12 
3.1 


|n 


W 


10 


2:05 
0.2 


7:48 
2.9 


14:38 20:23 
—0.1 2.5 




8 


10 


8:00 
0.1 


8:40 
2.9 


16:25 21:06 
-0. 1 2. 8 


|Tu,10 


8:47 
—0.1 


9:38 
8.0 


16:02 
0.0 


21:55 
3.2 




Th 


11 


2:44 
0.2 


8:27 
2.9 


15:16 20:59 
—0.1 2.6 




H 


11 


3:36 
0.1 


9:22 
8.0 


16:00 21:45 
-0.1 2.9 




W 11 

1 


4:30 
-0.1 


10:15 
8.0 


16:38 
0.0 


22:36 
3.2 




F 


12 


3:23 
0.2 


9:04 
2.9 


15:63 21:37 
—0.1 2.6 




M 


12 


4:12 
0.1 


10:00 
8.0 


16:86 22:25 
0.0 3.0 




Th 12 

1 


5:14 
-0.1 


11:00 
2.9 


17:18 
0.1 


23:22 
3.1 




S 


13 


4:00 
0.3 


9:48 
2.9 


16:81 22:14 
-0.1 2.7 


E 


Tu 


13 


4:50 
0.1 


10:42 
3.0 


17:40 23:08 
0.0 3.0 




f'i3 

1 


6:05 
0.0 


11:45 
2.7 


18:00 
0.2 






s 


14 


4:37 
0.3 


10:19 
2.9 


17:08 22:53 
0.0 2.8 




W 14 


5:35 
0.1 


11:24 
2.9 


17:48 23:50 
0. 1 3. 1 


3) S 1 14 

1 1 


0:14 
3.1 


7:00 
0.1 


12:34 
2.6 


18:.'v4 
0.3 




M 


15 


6:17 
0.3 


11:06 
2.9 


17:45 23:36 
0. 1 2. 9 




Th 15 


6:24 
0.1 


12:08 
2.8 


18:28 . . . 
0.2 . . . 


Isll5 


1:10 
2.9 


8:00 
0.2 


13:30 
2.5 


20:00 
0.4 


Tu 

1 


16 


6:00 
0.2 


11:51 
2.9 


18:24 . . . 
0.1 .. . 


D 


F lie 


0:40 
3.0 


7:20 
0.2 


12:56 19:15 
2.7 0.3 


S ' M 1 16 


2:10 

2.8 


9:10 
0.3 


14:35 
2.4 


21:15 
0.4 


'e W 


17 


0:21 
2.9 


6:50 
0.2 


12:37 19:06 
2.8 0.2 




S 17 


1:32 
3.0 


* 8:20 
0.2 


13:50 20:15 
2.5 0.3 


jTu'l7 


8:16 
2.8 


10:20 
0.3 


15:50 
2.4 


22::30 
0.3 


pTh 


18 


1:09 
3.0 


7:45 
0.2 


13:26 19:52 
2.7 0.2 




S Il8 


2:30 
2.9 


9:28 
0.3 


14:54 21:20 
2. 4 0. 4 


P W 18 


4:28 
2.8 


11:25 
0.2 


17:00 
2.5 


23:38 
0.1 


F 

1 


19 


2:02 
3.0 


8:46 
0.2 


14:20 20:45 
2.6 0.3 




mIi9 


3:34 
2.9 


10:36 
0.2 


16:00 22:36 
2.4 0.3 


|Th 19 


6:-35 
2.9 


12:20 
0.0 


18:00 
2.G 




1 S 


20 


2:58 
3.0 


9:50 
0.2 


15:20 21:47 
2.5 0.3 


s 


Tul20 


4:40 
2.9 


11:40 
0.1 


17:14 23:45 
2.4 0.2 


F 20 


0:36 
-0.1 


6:33 
3.0 


13:15 
—0.1 


19:00 

2.8 


s 


21 


8:57 
3.0 


10:54 
0.1 


16:25 22:50 
2.5 0.2 


p 


W 


21 


6:45 
3.0 


12:40 
0.0 


18:18 . . . 
2.6 . . . 


O S 21 


1:30 
—0.2 


7:30 
3.1 


14:a=> 
—0.3 


19:54 
3.0 


M 

j 


22 


5:00 
3.1 


11:55 
0.0 


17:30 23:55 
2.5 0.1 




Th,22 


0:30 
0.0 


6:45 
3.1 


13:35 19:16 
—0. 1 2. 7 


E S 1 22 


2:25 
-0.4 


8:18 
3.1 


14:60 
-0.3 


20:38 
3.1 


1 S|Tu 


23 


6:00 
3.2 


12:54 
—0.1 


18:31 . . . 
2.6 . . . 


O 


F 23 


1:45 
—0.2 


7:42 
3.2 


14:26 20:12 
—0.8 2.9 


'm!23 


3:15 
-0.4 


9:06 
3.0 


15:36 
-0.3 


21:21 
3.2 


isw 


24 


1:00 
0.0 


7:00 
3.2 


13:50 19:32 
—0.2 2.7 




S 24 


2:40 
—0.3 


8:36 
3.3 


15:15 21:00 
—0. 3 3. 


Tu 24 


4:00 
-0.4 


9:50 
3.0 


16:20 
-0.3 


22:10 
3.2 


! ''' 


25 


1:55 
-0.1 


7:55 
3.3 


14:44 20:28 
—0. 3 2. 8 




8 25 


3:30 
-0.4 


9:25 
3.2 


16:00 21:50 
-0. 4 3. 1 


|W,25 


4:45 
—0.3 


10:35 
2.9 


17:04 
—0.2 


22:52 
3.1 




F 


26 


2:50 
-0.2 


8:50 
3.3 


15:36 21:22 
-0.3 2.9 


E 


M 26 


4:24 
-0.3 


10:15 
3.2 


16:46 22:39 
—0. 3 3. 1 




Th26 

! 


5:34 
—0.2 


11:20 
2.8 


17:60 
0.0 


23:40 
3.0 




S 


27 


3:48 
-0.2 


9:44 
3.3 


16:25 22:14 
—0.3 3.0 




Tu 


27 


5:12 
—0.3 


11:02 
3.0 


17:35 23:26 
—0.2 3.1 




F 27 


6:28 
0.0 


12:a5 
2.6 


18:40 
0.2 






s 


28 


4:42 
—0.2 


10:35 
3.2 


17:15 23:05 
-0.3 3.0 




W 


28 


6:04 
—0.2 


11:50 
2.9 


18:22 . . . 
-0.1 .. . 




S. '28 


0:24 
2.8 


7:13 
0.1 


12:50 
2.5 


19:30 
0.3 


|E 


M 29 


5:35 
—0.2 


11:28 
3.1 


18:05 23:58 
—0. 2 3. 




Th 


29 


0:15 
3.0 


6:.56 
0.0 


12:38 19:12 
2.7 0.1 


S 


S 29 


1:12 
2.7 


8:05 
0.3 


13:42 
2.4 


20:25 
0.4 


Tul30 

1 1 


6:32 
-0.1 


12:20 
2.9 


18:55 . . . 
-0.1 .. . 


c 


F 


30 


1:05 
2.9 


7:50 
0.1 


13:29 20:06 
2. 5 0. 2 


A|M'30 


2:04 
2.6 


9:00 
0.3 


14:35 
2.3 


21:22 
0.5 


divv 
1 


1 


0:48 
2.9 


7:30 
0.0 


13:12 19:46 
2. 7 0. 




S'31 

1 


1:54 
2.7 


8:46 
0.2 


14:20 21.00 
2. 4 0. 3 




1 










1 Th 
a comi 

1 from » 
1.4 fee 
minus 


etid 
>ari8< 
lean 

Lbel 
(-) 


es are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
ofi of consecutive heights will indicate whet 
Low Water, which is the datum of .soundir 
3W mean sea level. To find the depth of wa 
sign is before the height, in which case sub 


th their times on the first line ai 
her it is high or low water. Th 
igs on the Coast and Geodetic S 
ter, add the tabular height to t 
tract it. 


Id) 
eh( 
urv 
he 


leights 
jighta, in 
ey Chart 
sounding 


n the second line of each dav: 
feet and tenths, are reckoned 
s for this region, and which is 
fs given on the chart, unless a 


The til 
(a.m.), all 


ne used is Eastern Standard, 75th meridian 
greaterarc in the afternoon (p. m.) and whe 


W; 0^ is midnight, 12«« is noon; all hours le 
n diminished by 12 give the times after noon 


8s than 12 are in the forenoon 
: for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 


1 •. nei 
equator; A 

i_ 


IV moon; 
, P, moon 


^, 1st quar.; Q. full moon; (J, 3d 
In apogee or perigee. 


quar.; E, 


moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


farthest 


lorth or south of the 



04 



WASHINGTON (Seventh street), DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, 1»07. 



OCTOBER. 



c I Day of— 

8 



S W. jMo. 

Tu, 1 

!w! 2 



I Time and Height of High and 
Low water. 



|Thl 3 
■FM 
' S I 5 
, S| 6 
7 
]Tu| 8 



e;m 



2:55 
2.5 

3:52 
2,5 

4:42 
2.5 



9:55 
0.4 

10:45 
0.3 

11:33 
0.2 



5:34 
2.7 


12:18 
0.1 


0:38 
0.1 


6:24 
2.8 


1.-20 
0.0 


7:06 
2.9 


2:00 
-0.1 


7:45 
3.0 


2:42 
—0.2 


8:28 
3.0 



15:82 
2.3 

X6:25 
2.3 

17:14 
2.5 

18:00 
2.6 

13:00 
O.l 

13:40 

0.0 

14:18 

—0.1 

14:55 
-0.1 



22:15 
0.5 

23:05 
0.4 

28:55 
0.8 



18:40 
2.8 

19:24 
3.0 

20:04 
3.1 

20:45 
3.2 




22:27 
0.4 



NOVEMBER. 



a iDayof" 

g ' 

S W.Mo. 



§ 

M 

rTu 

iw 

S 
M 



o 



Tujl2 
W 13 
Th 14 



F 

S 

M 

Tu 
W 
Th 

F 

S 

M 

|Tu 
CjW 
Th 
F 
E S 



Time and Height of High and 
Low water. 



4:00 
2.5 

4:54 
2.6 

0.-02 
0.1 

0:46 
0.0 

1:34 
-0.2 

2:18 
-0.3 

3:a^ 
—0.3 

8:55 
-0.3 

4:44 
-0.2 

5:38 
-0.1 

6:35 
0.0 

0:40 
2.8 

1:46 
2.7 

2:54 
2.6 

4:00 
2.6 

5:00 
2.6 

0:10 
-0.1 

1:00 
-0.2 

1:48 
-0.2 

2:88 
-0.8 

8:15 
—0.3 

3:56 
-0.2 

4:40 
-0.1 

5:20 
0.0 

6:04 
0.1 

6:48 
0.2 

0:40 
2.6 

1:80 
2.6 

2:22 
2.6 

3:18 
2.6 



10:60 
0.3 

11:34 
0.2 

5:46 
2.7 

6:30 
2.8 

7:16 
2.9 

8K)2 
2.9 

8:48 
2.9 

9:35 
2.8 

10:24 
2.8 

11:16 
2.7 

12:14 
2.6 

7:36 
0.1 

8:39 
0.2 

9:42 
0.2 

10:40 
0.1 

11:86 
0.0 

6.-00 
2.7 

6:50 
2.7 

7:87 
2.7 

8:20 
2.7 

9:00 
2.7 

9:40 
2.7 

10:20 
2.6 

11:08 
2.6 

11:44 
2.5 

12:30 
2.5 

7:84 
0.2 

8:20 
0.3 

9:05 
0.3 

9:56 
0.3 



16:30 
2.6 

17:16 
2.8 

12:16 
0.1 

13:00 
0.0 

13:40 
0.0 

14:20 
0.0 

15:05 
0.0 

15:60 
0.1 

16:40 
0.2 

17:38 
0.8 

18:45 
0.3 

18:16 
2.5 

14:22 
2.5 

15:'26 
2.6 

16:28 
2.7 

17:24 
2.8 

12:25 
-0.1 

18:12 
-0.1 

13:58 
-0.1 

14:40 
—0.1 

15.-24 
0.0 

16K)6 
0.1 

16:50 
0.2 

17:32 
0.3 

18:18 
0.4 

19K)4 
0.5 

13:16 
2.6 

14.-06 
2.6 

14:55 
2.7 

15:45 
2.8 



28:16 
0.3 



18:05 
3.0 

18:48 
3.1 

19:34 
3.8 

20:20 
8.3 

21:0b 
3.3 

21:55 
3.8 

22:46 
3.2 

23:40 
3.0 



19:66 
0.3 

21K)5 
0.3 

22:14 
0.2 

28:15 
0.1 



18:15 
2.9 

19:00 
3.0 

19:46 
3.1 

20:80 
3.1 

21:10 
8.1 

21-.50 
3.0 

22:30 
2.9 

28:10 
2.8 

23:54 
2.7 



19:55 
0.5 

20:46 
0.5 

21:40 
0.4 

22:2F> 
0.2 



DECEMBER. 



Day of— ' 



W. Mo. 



M 

Tu 
W 
Th 
F 6 

Sj Si 7 
' li! 8 



Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 



IM 

I 

|Tu 



Th|l2 
F|13 

S 114 



§ 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
F 
S 

M 
Tu 



W 25 I 
26 1 



Th 

(£! F 



S 

M 

Tu 



4:10 
2.6 

6.-05 
2.6 

0:18 
-0.1 

1K» 
—0.2 

1:56 
-0.3 

2:50 
—0.8 

3:40 
-0.3 

4:30 
-0.3 

5:25 
-0.2 

6:20 
-0.1 

0:30 
2.9 

1:31 
2.7 

2:36 
2.6 

8:39 
2.5 

4:38 
2.5 

5:36 
2.5 

0:40 
0.0 

1:25 
—0.1 

2:10 
-0.1 

2:52 
-0.2 

3:34 
-0.1 

4:10 
-0.1 

4:50 
0.0 

5:30 
0.0 

6:10 
0.1 

0:06 
2.7 

0:54 
2.7 

1:40 
2.6 

2:30 
2.6 

3:27 
2.5 

4:24 
2.5 



10:44 
0.2 

11:80 
0.2 

5:55 
2.7 

6:48 
2.7 

7:40 
2.8 

8:30 
2.8 

9:20 
2.8 

10:18 
2.8 

11:10 
2.7 

12K)5 
2.7 

7.18 
0.0 

8:15 
0.1 

9:16 
0.1 

10:12 
.0.1 

11:06 
0.1 

12:00 
0.0 

6:28 
2.5 

7:16 
2.5 

7:66 
2.6 

8:38 
2.6 

9:16 
2.6 

9:56 
2.6 

10:34 
2.6 

11:12 
2.6 

11:66 
2.7 

6:48 
0.2 

7:80 
0.2 

8:14 
0.3 

9:02 
0.3 

9:55 
0.3 

10:50 
0.2 



16:36 
2.9 

17r28 
3.1 

12:20 
0.1 

13:06 
0.1 

13:56 
0.0 

14:45 
0.0 

16:40 
0.0 

16:36 
0.1 

17:34 
0.1 

16:40 
0.2 

13:15 
2.7 

14:06 
2.7 

15H)5 
2.7 

16:04 
2.8 

16:68 
2.8 

17:60 
2.9 

12:60 
0.0 

18:88 
0.0 

14:20 
0.0 

15K» 
0.1 

15:40 
0.2 

16:20 
0.2 

17:00 
0.3 

17:40 
0.4 

18:25 
0.4 

12:36 
2.7 

13:26 
2.8 

14:14 
2.9 

15.-05 
2.9 

16.-00 
3.0 

16:54 
3.1 



2S:25 1 
0.1 , 



18:18 I 
S.2 

19:10 ; 
3.3 ' 

19:56 

3,4 

20:50 I 
S.4 

21:40 
3.3 , 

22:32 
3.2 

23:60 1 
3.0 



19:45 
0.2 

20:50 
0.2 

21:55 - 
0.1 

22:54 I 

0.1 1 

28:4S 
0.0 



18:38 I 
2.9 

19:20 I 
8.0 

aOKK) 
3.0 I 

20:45 
3.0 

21:22 
2.9 

22:<» ! 
2.9 

22:40 
2.8 

2322 
2.8 



19:10 
0.4 

20:00 
0.4 

20:58 
0.3 

22:00 
0.2 

22:54 
0.1 

23:50 
0.0 



The tiden are placed in the order of occurrence, with their times on the first line and heights on the second line of each day; 
a comparison of consecutive heights will indicate whether it is high or low water. The heights, in feet and tenths, are recltoned 
from Mean Low Water, which is the datum of soundings on the Coa«t and Geodetic Survey Charts for this region, and which is 
1.4 feet below mean sea level. To find the depth of water, add the tabular height to the soundings given on the chart, unless a 
minuH (— ) Bign is before the height, in which case subtract it. 

The time used is Eastern Standard, 75th meridian W.: O** is midnight. Ti^ is noon; all hours less than 12 are in the forenoon 
(a.m.), all greater are in the afternoon (p.m.) and when diminished by 12 give the times after noon; for instance, 15:47183:47 p. m. 

#, new moon; 'J), 1st quar.; O. ^"^^ moon; (^, 3d quar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon farthest north or south of the 
e<iuator: A, P, mtjon in apogee or perigee. 



<)LD POINT COMFORT (Fort Monroe), VIRGINIA, 1907. 



105 



1 
1 


JANUARY. 








FEBRUARY. 








MARCH. 




1 


a Dayof— 
S W. Mo. 


Time and Heixbt of Hlsfa and 
Low Water. 


i 


Daj-of^ 


I 

rfm« «nd Eelf bt of High and 
LowWater. 


g Dayof- 
5i ^ W. Mo. 


Ttme and Height of Elffb and 

Low Wftlcf. 


W. Mo. 


Tu 1 


3:14 
0.2 


9:40 
2.6 


15:57 
00 


22:01 
2.1 




F 


1 


4:13 
0.0 


10:82 
2.6 


16:60 
—0.2 


22:58 
2.4 




F 


1 


8:12 
-0.1 


9:29 
2.7 


15:41 
—0.2 


21:52 
2.6 


\V 2 


3:50 
0.2 


1015 
2 6 


16-34 
-0.1 


22:38 
2.2 




S 


2 


4:58 
0.0 


11:13 
2.6 


17:32 
-0.1 


23:40 
2.5 


E 


S 


2 


3:56 
-0.2 


10:10 
2.7 


16:20 
-0.2 


22:35 
2.7 


Th 3 


4.30 
0.2 


10:53 
2.5 


17:14 
—0.1 


23:20 
2.2 


E 


s 


3 


6:50 
0.0 


11:68 
2.4 


18:14 
—0.1 


. . . 




s 


3 


4:43 

-0.2 


10:58 
2.6 


17:00 
—0.2 


23:20 
2.7 


F 4 


515 
0.2 


11:35 
24 


17:58 
O.U 






M 


4 


0:34 
2.6 


6:43 
0.1 


12:46 
2.3 


19:02 
0.0 


r^ 


4 


6:82 
-0.1 


11:87 
2.5 


17:46 
—0.1 


. . . 


S, 5 


0-06 
28 


6:07 
0.2 


1220 
2.4 


18:46 
0.0 


T 


Tu 


5 


1:30 
2.6 


7:42 
0.1 


13:41 
2.2 


19:56 
0.1 




Tu 


5 


0:10 
2.6 


6:26 
0.0 


12:25 
2.3 


18:36 
0.0 


S 6 


1:00 
2.8 


7:04 
0.2 


13:10 
2.3 


19:33 
0.1 




W 


6 


2:31 
2.5 


8:46 
0.2 


14:45 
2.1 


20:56 
0.1 




W 


6 


1:07 
2.6 


7:22 
0.1 


18.-21 
2.1 


19:32 
0.1 


E M 7 


1:57 
2.4 


8:04 
0.2 


14K)6 
2.2 


20:26 
0.1 




Th 


7 


8:85 
2.6 


9:53 
0.2 


15:58 
2.0 


21:58 
0.1 


<L 


Th 


7 


2:08 
2.6 


8:27 
0.2 


14:29 
2.0 


20:87 
0.1 


Tu 8 


2.55 
2.5 


9:08 
2 


15:09 
2.1 


21:22 
0.1 




F 8 


4:39 
2.7 


11K)1 
0.2 


17:11 
2.0 


23:03 
0.0 


8 F 


8 


8:17 
2.5 


9:37 
0.3 


15:48 
2.0 


21:45 
0.1 


W 9 


3:56 
2.6 


10:13 
0.1 


16:17 
2.1 


22-20 
0.0 


S 


« 


9 


5:42 
2.8 


12:04 
0.1 


18:16 
2.2 




p; s 

i 


9 


4:26 
2.6 


10:48 
0.2 


17:03 
2.1 


22:58 
0.0 


Th 10 


4:57 
2.7 


11:17 
0.0 


17.26 
2.1 


23:18 
-0.1 


I* S 


10 


0K)6 
—0.1 


6:40 
2.9 


13:03 
0.0 


19:15 
2.8 




S 


10 


6:31 
2.6 


11:52 
0.1 


18.-07 
2.2 


23:58 
-0.1 


F 11 


5:56 
2.9 


12:16 
—0.1 


18:27 
2.2 






M 


11 


1:04 
-0.2 


7:35 
3.0 


13:54 
-0.2 


20:08 
2.5 


:m 


11 


6:80 
2.7 


12:47 
0.0 


19.-01 
2.4 




P S 12 


0:17 
—0.2 


6:52 
3.0 


13:13 
-0.2 


19:24 
2.8 


• 


T« 


12 


2:00 
-0.3 


8:27 
8.0 


14:42 
—0.3 


20:67 
2.7 


Tu 12 

' 1 


0:67 
-0.2 


7:23 
2.8 


13:36 
-0.1 


19:50 
2.6 


s s'i3 


1:15 
-0.3 


7:47 
3.1 


14:27 
—0.3 


20:18 
2.4 




W 13 


2:52 
—0.4 


9:17 
3.0 


15:28 
—0.3 


21:43 
2.7 


W 13 


1:52 
-0.8 


8:14 
2.8 


14.-22 
—0.2 


20:37 
2.7 1 


• M 14 


2:10 
—0.4 


8:39 
3.1 


14:58 
—0.3 


21:12 
2.5 




Th 14 


8:44 
-0.3 


10:15 
2.9 


16:14 
-0.3 


22:32 
2.7 


• iTh 14 

1 


2:42 
-0.3 


9:00 
2.8 


15:05 
-0.8 


21:22 i 
2.8 1 


Tu 15 


3:03 
—0.4 


9:31 
3.1 


15:48 
-0.3 


22:03 
2.6 




F 15 


4:35 
-0.2 


10:52 
2.7 


16:58 
—0.3 


23:21 
2.7 


El F 15 


3:28 
—0.3 


9:44 
2.7 


15:46 
—0.3 


22:16 
2.8 


W 16 


3:57 
-0.3 


10:23 
3.0 


16:38 
—0.3 


22:53 
2.6 


E 


S 16 


5:25 
—0.1 


11:39 
2.5 


17:43 
—0.2 


. . . 


1 S 16 


4:14 
—0.2 


10:28 
2.6 


1657 
-0.2 


22:50 
2.7 


|Th 17 


4:52 
-0.2 


11:15 
Z.8 


17:27 
—0.3 


23:47 
2.6 




S 17 

1 


0:10 
2.6 


6:16 
0.1 


12:27 
2.3 


18:31 
0.0 




S 


17 


4:68 
—0.1 


11:11 
2.4 


17:08 
—0.1 


23:35 
2.6 


FllS 


5:48 
—0.1 


12:06 
2.6 


18:18 
—0.2 






M 18 


1:02 
2.5 


7:08 
0.2 


13:19 
2.1 


19:19 
0.1 




M 


18 


5:43 
0.1 


11:63 
2.3 


17:51 
0.0 




E 1 8 19 


0:42 
2.5 


6:47 
0.1 


13:00 
2.4 


19:09 
-0.1 


D Tu 19 

1 


1:56 
2.4 


8:03 
0.4 


14:15 
2.0 


20:10 
0.2 


Tu 


19 


0:22 
2.5 


6:28 
0.2 


12:38 
2.1 


18:86 
0.2 


IS 20 


1:38 
2.5 


7:47 
0.2 


13:59 
2.2 


20:00 
0.0 




\V 


20 


2:49 
2.3 


9:02 
0.5 


15:15 
L9 


21:03 
0.3 


W 20 


1:09 
2.4 


7:18 
0.4 


13:26 
1.9 


19:24 
0.3 


D M 21 


2:37 
2.6 


8:48 
0.3 


15:02 
2.1 


20.M 
0.1 


A 


Th 21 


3:43 
2.2 


10:01 
0.6 


16:17 
L8 


21:58 
0.4 


A;Th'21 

^ 1 


2:00 
2.2 


8:10 
0.5 


14:19 
L8 


20:16 
0.4 


Tu 22 


3:35 
2.4 


9:52 
0.4 


16:08 
2.0 


21:48 
0.2 




F,22 


4:37 
2.2 


10:57 
0.5 


17:15 
1.8 


22:52 
0.4 


N j F 22 


2:62 
2.1 


9:06 
0.5 


15.-20 

L8 


21:12 
0.6 


,W 23 


4:28 
2.4 


10:52 
0.5 


17:02 
2.0 


22:40 
0.2 


N 


S |23 


5:27 
2.3 


11:45 
0.4 


18:04 
1.9 


23:41 
0.3 


S 23 


8:47 
2.1 


10K« 
0.5 


16:20 
1.8 


22K)9 
0.5 


Th 24 


6:20 
2.4 


11:45 
0.5 


17:56 
2.0 


23.30 
0.2 




S 24 


6:12 
2.4 


12:28 
0.3 


18:47 
2.0 




S 24 


4:88 
2.2 


10:56 
0.4 


17:13 
1.9 


23:03 
0.4 


A F 25 


6K)6 
2.4 


12.29 
0.4 


18:43 
2.0 






M 25 


0:27 
0.2 


6:53 
2.5 


13:0H 
0.2 


19:24 
2.1 




M 25 


5:28 
2.3 


11:48 
0.8 


18:01 
2.1 


23:54 
0.8 


S 26 


0:16 
0.2 


6:48 
2.6 


13:08 
0.3 


19:25 
2.0 




Tu 26 


1:09 
0.1 


7:33 
2.6 


13:46 
0.0 


19:59 
2.2 




Tu 26 


6:16 
2.4 


12:27 
0.1 


18:43 
2.2 




N S 27 


0:58 
0.2 


7:25 
2.6 


13:44 
0.2 


20:02 
2.0 




W 27 


1:50 
0.0 


8:12 
2.6 


14:24 
—0.1 


20:36 
2.4 




W 27 


0:40 
0.1 


'7M 
2.5 


13:10 
0.0 


19:24 , 
2.4 


1 M 28 


1:37 
0.2 


8:03 
2.6 


14:18 
0.1 


20:35 
2.1 


G Th 28 

1 


2:31 
-0.1 


8:51 
2.7 


15:02 
—0.2 


21:12 
2.5 


Th!28 


1:25 
-0.1 


7:41 
2.6 


13:50 
—0.2 


20:04 
2.6 


O Tu 29 


2:14 
0.1 


8.38 
2.6 


14:55 
0.0 


21.06 
2.2 


1 ■ 










g F 29 


2:09 
-0.2 


8:24 
2.7 


14:30 
-0.2 


21:44 
2.7 


W 30 


2:52 
0.1 


9:17 
2.7 


15:32 
-0.1 


21:3^ 
2.3 
















S 30 


2:53 
—0.3 


9:06 
2.7 


15:08 
—0.3 


21:26 
2.8 


Th 31 

The tic 
a comparifc 
from Mean 
1.3 feet bel 
miniLs I - ) 

The til 
(a.m.), all 

#. neM 
e<iuator; A 


3:32 9:53 16:10 
0.0 2.6 —0,2 

les are placed in the ord 
on of consecutive height 

Low Water, which is th 
ow mean sea level. To 

sign is before the heigh 
ne used is Eastern Stan 
greater are in the aftem 
• moon: X' 1st quar.: O. 
, P, moon in apogee or p 


22:17 
2.3 
















S 31 


3:38 
-0.4 


9:48 
2.7 


15:50 
—0.3 


22:11 : 
2.9 

hday: 
koned 
lich is 
iless a ' 

enoon 
7 p.m. 1 
of the 


sr of occurrence, wi 
s will indicate whe 
e datum of s<iundii 
find the depth of \ 
t, in which ca.»<e sub 
dard, 75th mendiai 
oon (p. m.) and wh( 
full moon; ([, 3d ( 
>erigee. 


th their times on the first line and heights ( 
ther it is high or low water. The heights, ii 
igs on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Chart 
k'aler. add the tabular height to the soundin 
tract it. 

1 W.: 0»» is midnight. Ti*" is noon; all hours h 
•n diminished by 12 give the times after nooi 
luar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


)n the second line of eac 
1 feet and tenths, are rec 
8 for this region, and wl 
gs given on the chart, ui 

;^ss than 12 arc in the for 
i; for instance, 15:47 is 3:4 
farthest north or south 



106 



OLD POINT COMFORT (Fort Monroe), VIRGINIA, 1907. 



APRIL. 



8 


Day of— 


W. Mo. 




M| 1 


p 


Tu 2 




W 3 




Th! 4 


6 


f;5 




S 6 



Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 



SI 7 
M| 8 
Tu| 9 
W 10 
Th 11 
F 'l2 
S I 13 
»\U 
M 15 
ru'l6 

w;i7 

A,Th 18 



o 





S |13 




»\u 




M 15 




Tu'l6 




w;i7 



F 19 
S 20 
S i21 
M 22 
Tu 23 
W 24 
Th 25 
K F 26 
, S 27 



S 28 
Ml 29 



JP Tu 30 



4:24 
—0.5 

5:12 
—0.3 

6:05 
—0.1 

0:46 
2.7 

1:60 
2.6 

2:58 
2.5 

4:09 
2.5 

5:16 
2.6 

6:16 
2.6 

0:48 
-0.1 

1:40 
—0.2 

2:25 
—0.2 

3:09 
-0.2 

3:50 
—0.1 

4:30 
0.0 

5:10 
0.1 

5:51 
0.2 

0:23 
2.3 

1:07 
2.2 

1:57 
2.1 

2:50 
2.1 

SA6 
2.1 

4:42 

2.2 

5:33 
2.3 

0:08 
0.0 

0:57 
—0.2 

1:43 
-0.3 

2:30 
-0.4 

3:37 
—0.5 

4:06 
—0.4 



10:28 
2.6 

11:16 
2.4 

12:08 
2.3 

7H)3 
0.0 

8:09 
0.2 

9:21 
0.2 

10:30 
0.2 

11:31 
0.1 

12:26 
0.0 

7:09 
2.6 

7:58 
2.6 

8:42 
2.6 

9:25 
2.5 

10:04 
2.4 

10:42 
2.3 

11:20 
2.2 

11:57 
2.0 

6:34 
0.3 

7:28 
0.4 

8:14 
0.4 



10:09 
0.3 

10:56 
0.2 

11:43 
0.1 

6:23 
2.4 

7:09 
2.6 

7:53 
2.6 

8:38 
2.6 

9:23 
2.6 

10:11 
2.5 



16:32 
-0.2 

17:19 
-0.1 

18:12 
0.0 

13K)7 

2.1 

14:18 
2.0 

15:36 
2.0 

16:47 
2.2 

17:49 
2.3 

18:42 
2.5 

13:13 
—0.1 

13:56 
—0.2 

14:36 
-0.2 

15:15 
—0.2 

15:63 

—0.1 

16:32 
0.0 

17:11 
0.1 

17:52 
0.3 

12:41 
1.9 

13:32 
1.9 

14:28 
1.8 

15:30 
1.9 

16:27 
2.0 

17:17 
2.2 

18:03 
2.3 

12:28 
0.0 

13:12 

—0.2 

13:49 
—0.3 

14:38 
—0.3 

15:22 
—0.8 

16:09 
-0.2 



22:57 
2.8 

23:48 

2.8 



19:13 
0.1 

20:22 
0.2 

21:35 
0.2 

22:46 
0.1 

23:51 
0.0 



19:32 
2.7 

20:16 
2.8 

20:58 
2.8 

21:38 

2.8 

22:20 
2.7 

23:00 
2.6 

23:40 
2.5 



18:36 
0.4 

19:26 
0.5 

20:22 
0.6 

21:21 
0.5 

22:22 
0.4 

23:16 
0.8 



18:48 
2.6 

19:32 
2.8 

20:15 
2.9 

21:02 
3.0 

21:49 
3.1 

22:39 
3.0 



MAY. 



1 


Day of— 


iTimear 


W. 


Mo. 






w 


1 


4:57 
—0.3 


S 


Th! 2 


6:51 
-0.2 




F 


3 


0:31 
2.7 


C 


S 


4 


1:35 
2.6 




s 


5 


2:44 
2.4 




M 


6 


8:54 
2.4 




Tu 


7 


5.-00 
2.4 




W 8 


6:01 
2.4 


E 


Th' 9 


0:38 
0.0 




F 


10 


1:27 
-0.1 




S 


11 


2:10 
-0.1 


• 


S 12 


2:60 
-0.1 




M'l3 


3:28 
0.0 




Tu 14 


4:04 
0.0 




W , 15 


4:42 
0.1 


^ 


Th 16 


6:18 
0.2 




f;i7 


6:00 
0.2 




S ,'18 


0:22 
2.3 




H 19 


1:08 
2.2 


D 


M 20 


1:59 
2.1 




Tu 21 


2:56 
2.1 




W 22 


3:55 
2.2 


E 


Th 23 


4:52 
2.3 




F 


24 


5:46 



Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 



I S I 25 i 

I ' I 

S 26 

0|M,27 
P!Tu|28! 
S \V 29 

|Thi30| 



F 31 



1 



0:30 
-0.2 

1:22 
—0.3 

2:10 
—0.4 

3:00 
—0.5 

3:51 
—0.4 

4:43 
-0.3 

5:87 
—0.2 



11K)1 
2.4 

11:57 
2.8 

6:62 
0.0 

7:53 
0,1 

9:01 
0.2 

10:17 
0.1 

11:07 
0.1 

12:00 
0.0 

6:66 
2.4 

7:44 
2.4 

8:26 
2.4 

9:04 
2.3 

9:42 
2.2 

10:17 
2.2 

10:50 
2.1 

11:24 
2.0 

12:07 
2.0 

6:48 
0.2 

7:31 
0.3 

8:23 
0.4 

9:17 
0.3 

10:10 
0.2 

11:00 
0.0 

11:49 
—0.1 



7:28 
2.5 

8:18 
2.5 

9:07 
2.5 

9:58 
2.5 

10:51 
2.4 

11:49 
2.4 



17:00 
-0.1 

17:57 
0.0 

13.-02 
2.2 

14:18 
2.1 

16:24 
2.2 

16:82 
2.2 

17:31 
2.6 

18:23 
2.6 

12:46 
-0.1 

13:28 
—0.1 

14:08 
-0.1 

14:47 
-0.1 

15:23 
0.0 

15:59 
0.1 

16:36 
0.2 

17:18 
0.3 

17:54 
0.4 

12:54 
1.9 

13:48 
2.0 

14:46 
2.0 

15:43 
2.1 

16:36 
2.3 

17:26 
2.5 

18:16 
2.7 

12:37 
-0.2 

13:25 
—0.3 

14:12 
—0.3 

15:02 
—0.3 

15:52 
—0.2 

16:47 
-0.2 

17:46 
-0.1 



23:82 
2.9 



19:01 
0.1 

20:12 
0.2 

21:27 
0.2 

22:38 
0.1 

23:42 
0.0 



19:10 
2.7 

19:54 

2.8 

20:35 

2.8 

21:13 

2.8 

21:52 
2.7 

22:28 
2.6 

23:a5 
2.5 

23:42 
2.4 



1H:42 
0.5 

19:38 
0.5 

20:41 
0.4 

21:43 
0.3 

22:41 
0.2 

23:37 
0.0 



19:04 
2.9 

19:52 
3.1 

20:41 
3.2 

21:33 
3.2 

22:24 
3.1 

•23:18 
2.9 



JUNE. 



c iDayof- 

8 

:^ w.'mo, 



S I 1 
S 2 
M 3 
Tu 4 

EJW 5 

■Th' 6 

I F 7 

,' S ' 8 

S 9 

M|10 

Tula 

aIw 12 

N 

jTh 13 

F 1 14 





S 15 




S 16 




M ; 17 


]) Tui 18 


i W 19 


E,Th 20 

1 ' 


' F 21 




S 22 



Time and Height of Hl^h and 
Low Water. 



I S 23 ! 

M ^ 24 j 

3 Tui 25! 

slw 26 

Th! 27 ' 

! F 28 

S |29| 

S ' 30 ! 



I 



0:16 
2.8 

1:18 
2.6 

2:28 
2.4 

8:32 
2.3 

4:40 
2.3 

6:43 
«.8 

0:22 
0.1 

1:11 
0.1 

1:53 
0.1 

2:29 
0.1 

3:03 
0.1 

3:38 
0.1 

4:14 
0.1 

4:50 
0.1 

6:27 
0.1 

6:09 
0.1 

0:30 
2.3 

1:18 
2.2 

2:11 
2.2 

3:10 
2.2 

4:12 
2.2 

6:18 
2.2 

0:06 
—0.1 

1:00 
—0.2 

1:52 
-0.3 

2:45 
—0.4 

3:86 
—0.4 

4:28 
-0.4 

5:20 
-0.3 

6:14 
—0.2 



6:34 
—0.1 

7:36 
0.0 

837 
0.1 

9:88 
0.1 

10:35 
0.1 

11:28 
0.0 

6:36 
2.3 

7:23 
2.3 

8:06 
2.2 

8:43 
2.2 

9:20 
2.1 

9:54 
2.1 

10:23 
2.1 

10:57 
2.0 

11:37 
2.0 

12r22 
2.1 

6:64 
0.1 

7:43 
0.2 

8:84 
0.1 

9:27 
0.1 

10:20 
0.0 

11:15 
—0.1 

6:13 
2.3 

7:09 
2.3 

8:02 
2.4 

8:55 
2.5 

9:48 
2.5 

10:40 
2.5 

11:35 
2.6 

12:36 
2.5 



12:52 
2.3 

18:5S 
2.3 

15K>5 
2.4 

16KI9 
2.5 

17:07 
2.6 

18:00 
2.7 

12:16 
O.O 

13:00 
O.O 

18:42 
O.O 



18:11 
2.1 

14:05 
2.2 

15:02 
2.3 

15:57 
2.4 

IfiuW 
2.6 

17:47 
2.8 

12:06 
—0.2 

13.-00 
-0.3 

13:58 
—0.3 

14:46 
—0.3 

15:40 
—0.3 

16:85 
—0.2 

17:34 
—0.1 

18:35 
0.0 



1^*1.7] 

a: 

2(J <i) 
U..: 

21 IJ 

: 

22r2i 

23rJT 
-I 



1^4: 

2.7 



.•20:1«. 
2-^ 



14:20 
0.0 


20:4: 


14:56 
0.1 


21 i; 


15:31 
0.2 


21 > 


16:05 
0.3 


2L':^i 

2.5 


16:42 
0.3 


2rUf 

2.4 


17:22 
0.4 


23:17 


18:12 
0.4 





19 in 

U.4 

2l'Acl 

.'i 

21 :tV' 
V.o 

t'.J 

2il:^^ 





;vi 



21.17 

3. -J 

'22 'Ai 

23 It: 

2:5 d:» 



The tides are placed in the order of occurrence, with their times on the first line and heights on the second line of each day 
a comparison of consecutive heights will indicate whether it is high or low water. The heights, in feet and tenths, are reckoni^i 
from 5f ean Ix)w Water, which is the datum of soundings on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Charts for this region, and which i> 
1.3 feet below mean sea level. To find the depth of water, add the tabular tieight to the .««oundlngs given on the chart. unle?fra 
minus (-) sign is before the height, In which ca.se subtract it. 

The time used is- Eastern Standard, 7oth meridian W.: O** is midnight. 12'' is noon; all hours less than 12 are in the foreno<«i 
(a.m.), all greater are in the afternoon (p.m.) and when diminished by 12 give the times after noon; for instance. 15:47 Ss 3:47 p.m. 

#, new moon; J), Ist quar.; 0» ^"11 moon; (^, 3d quar.; E, moon on the equator: N, S. moon farthest north or south of the 
equator: A, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 



OLD POINT COMFORT (Fort Monroe), VIRGINIA, 1907. 



107 





JULY. 


UofHig 
ater. 


1 


AUGUST. 


I 


SEPTEMBER. 




J 


1 

?5 


Day of— 
W. Mo. 


Time and Helgl 
Low W 


'h and 


1 


Day of— 
W.^Mo. 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 

! 


c 1 Day of— 

9 

2 , W. Mo. 


1 

Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


m; 1 


0:58 
2.6 


7:10 
—0.1 


13:36 
2.5 


19:42 
0.1 


Th 


1 


2:32 
2.2 


8:26 
0.1 


15.-05 21:24 
2.5 0.4 


S 


1 


4:00 
1.9 


9:42 
0.3 


16:20 
2.3 


22:42 
0.5 1 


^Tu 


2 


1:68 
2.4 


8:06 
0.0 


14:38 
2.5 


20:50 
0.2 


F 


2 


3:37 
2.1 


9:22 
0.1 


16K» 22:28 
2.6 0.6 


N 
A 


M 


2 


5KX) 
1.9 


10:38 
0.4 


17:13 
2.8 


23:38 
0.5i 


' 


w 


3 


3:04 
2.2 


9:06 
0.1 


16:40 
2.5 


21:58 
0.3 




S 


3 


4:40 
2.0 


10:18 
0.2 


17:00 23:28 
2.5 0.6 




Tu 


3 


6:63 
L9 


11:30 
0.8 


18:01 
2.3 


. . . i 




Th 


-* 


4:12 
2.2 


10:00 
0.1 


16:38 
2.6 


23:04 
0.3 




S 


4 


5:40 
2.0 


11:12 
0.2 


18:52 . . . 
2.5 .. . 




W. 4 


0:17 
0.4 


6:37 
2.0 


12:17 
0.8 


18:43 
2.4 


F 5 


5:13 
2.1 


10:53 
0.1 


17:32 
2.6 


. . . 


A 


M 5 


0:17 
0.4 


6:32 
2.0 


12:02 18:87 
0.2 2.5 


Th; 5 


0:56 
0.2 


7:15 
2.1 


12:59 
0.2 


19:22 ; 
2.5, 


S 


6 


0:00 
0.3 


6:09 
2.1 


11:43 
0.1 


18:22 
2.6 


N 


Tu 6 

1 


0:69 
0.3 


7:36 
2.0 


12:47 19:17 
0.2 2.5 


, F 6 


1:33 
0.1 


7:48 
2.2 


18:38 
0.1 


19:58 
2.6 


s 


7 


0:49 
0.3 


6:59 
2.1 


12:32 
0.1 


19:a5 
2.6 


'w 


7 


1:35 
0.2 


7:55 
2.1 


13:28 19&S 
0.2 2.6 


• S 7 


2:08 
0.0 


8:22 
2.4 


14:17 
0.0 


20:35! 
2.6 1 


M 


8 


1:80 
0.2 


7:48 
2.1 


13:15 
0.1 


19:45 
2.6 


Th 


8 


2:08 
0.1 


8:27 
2.1 


14:05 20:29 
0.1 2.6 


S ! 8 

1 


2:43 
-0.1 


8-.57 
2.5 


14:55 
-0.1 


21:10 
2.6 


A Til 


9 


2:as 
0.2 


8:22 
2.1 


13:M 
0.1 


20:21 
2.6 


• 


F 


9 


2:42 
0.0 


8:57 
2.2 


14:42 21:04 
0.1 2.6 


E,M 


9 


8:20 
—0.2 


9:33 
2.6 


15:35 
—0.1 


21:48 
2.6 


N W 10 


2:38 
0.1 


8:57 
2.1 


14:30 
0.2 


20:57 
2.6 




S 10 

1 


3:17 
-0.1 


9:28 
2.3 


15:17 21:38 
0. 1 2. 6 


,Tu 


10 


3:56 
-0.2 


10:12 
2.7 


16:18 
—0.2 


22:28 I 
2.6 


Th, 11 

1 


3:12 
0.1 


9:28 
2.1 


15:05 
0.2 


21:31 
2.6 




S'll 


8:52 
-0.1 


10:02 
2.4 


16:56 22:13 
0.1 2.6 




W 11 


4:84 
—0.1 


10:53 
2.7 


17K)5 
-0.1 


23:10 
2.5 


F 12 


3:42 
0.0 


9:57 
2.1 


15:40 
0.2 


22:a5 
2.5 


' M ; 12 


4:28 
—0.1 


10:40 
2.4 


16:88 22:51 
0.0 2.5 




Th 12 

1 


5:17 
-0.1 


11:41 
2.7 


17:54 
-0.1 


23:65 
2.8 


S 13 


4:22 
0.0 


10:30 
2.2 


16:17 
0.3 


22:40 
2.5 


E Tu 13 


5:06 
—0.1 


11:21 
2.5 


17:28 23:33 
0.0 2.4 


F 13 


6:03 
0.0 


12:33 
2.6 


18:48 
0.0 




S 14 


4:58 
0.0 


11:08 
2.2 


16:58 
0.3 


23:18 
2.4 


W 


14 


6:47 
0.0 


12K)7 
2.5 


18:13 . . . 
0.1 .. . 


3) S 1 14 


0:45 
2.2 


7:55 
0.1 


13:32 
2.6 


19:48 , 
0.1 


M 15 

1 


5:38 
0.0 


11:50 
2.3 


17:46 
0.2 


23:58 
2.3 




Th 


15 


0:17 
2.3 


6:32 
0.0 


12:57 19:08 
2.5 0.1 


S 15 


1:46 
2.1 


7:55 
0.2 


14:37 
2.5 


20:56 
0.2 


iTu 16 

j 


6:21 
0.0 


12:37 
2.3 


18:36 
0.2 




3) ; F ' 16 

1 ; 


1:07 
2.2 


7:22 
0.1 


13:53 20:09 
2.5 0.2 


s 


M 16 


2:59 
2.0 


9:04 
0.2 


15:45 
2.5 


22:06 
0.2 


E Wll7 


0:43 
2.3 


7:07 
0.0 


13:29 
2.4 


19:33 
0.2 




S !l7 


2:03 
2.1 


8:19 
0.1 


14:67 21:14 
2.5 0.2 




Tu 17 

i 


4:17 
2.0 


10:16 
0.1 


16:53 
2.6 


23:12 
0.2 


T Th' 18 


1:35 
2.2 


7:56 
0.1 


14:24 
2.4 


20:34 
0.2 


S 'l8 


3:13 
2.0 


9:21 
0.1 


16:02 22:22 
2.6 0.2 


^ W'l8 


5:26 
2.2 


ll:-23 
0.0 


17:55 
2.7 




F 19 


2:32 
2.1 


8:48 
0.1 


15:24 
2.5 


21:38 
0.2 


M , 19 


4:28 
2.0 


10:26 
0.0 


17:07 23:27 
2. 7 0. 1 


Th|19 


0:12 
0.0 


6:25 
2.4 


12:25 
—0.1 


18:53 
2.7 


S 20 


3:38 
2.1 


9:47 
0.0 


16:24 
2.6 


22:43 
0.1 


8 Tu 20 


5:38 
2.1 


11:31 
-0.1 


18.07 . . . 
2.8 . . . 


F '20 


1:03 
-0.1 


7:18 
2.6 


13:21 
-0.3 


19:45 

2.8, 


IS 21 


4:46 
2.1 


10:45 
0.0 


17:24 

2,8 


23:39 
0.0 


P ' W 21 


•0:2« 
0,0 


6:41 
•2.3 


12:32 19:04 
—0.2 2.9 


^ S 21 

1 i 


1.52 
-0.2 


8:07 
2.7 


14:13 
—0.4 


20:33 j 
2.8 


31 22 


5:52 
2.2 


11:46 
—0.1 


18:22 
2.9 


. . . 




Th 22 


1:22 
-0.1 


7:36 
2.4 


13:80 19:58 
—0.3 3.0 


E 


Sl22 


2:36 
—0.3 


8:.>4 
2.8 


15:03 
—0.4 


21:19 
2.8 


s Til 23 


0:43 
—0.1 


6:52 
2.3 


12:42 
—0.2 


19:18 
3.1 


O' f'23 


2:12 
—0.3 


8:26 
2.6 


14:24 20:48 
-0.4 3.0 


M 23 


3:19 
-0.3 


9:41 
f.9 


15:50 
—0.3 


22:06 
2.7 1 


V W 24 


l.SS 
—0.2 


7:48 
2.4 


18;39 

— ,».3 


20:12 
3.1 


S 24 


2:59 
—0.8 


9:13 
2.7 


15:16 21:38 
-0.4 2.9 


Tu 24 


4:02 
-0.3 


10:27 
2.9 


16:37 
—0.2 


22:49 , 
2.5 1 


Th 25 


2:30 
-0.3 


8:42 
2.5 


14:33 
—0.4 


21:03 
3.1 


S 25 

1 


3:46 
—0.4 


10:02 

2.8 


16:08 • 22:26 
—0.3 2.8 


!w 25 


4:46 
—0.2 


11:13 

2.8 


17:23 
0.0 


23:35 
2.3 


F 26 


3:20 
—0.4 


9:33 
2.6 


15:29 
—0.4 


21:55 
3.1 


E ' M ; 26 


4:32 
-0.3 


10:52 
2.8 


16:59 23:14 
—0.2 2.7 


Th 26 


5:30 
0.0 


12:00 
2.6 


18:11 
0.1 




S 27 


4.-08 
-0.4 


10:23 
2.7 


16:23 
-0.3 


22:47 
2.9 


Tu 27 


.5:17 
-0.2 


11:42 
2.7 


17:50 . . . 
— 0.1 . . . 


F 27 


0:22 
2.2 


6:17 
0.1 


12:60 
2.5 


19:01 
0.3 


li 28 


4:58 
—0.3 


11:16 
2.7 


17:18 
—0.2 


23:38 
2.7 


W 28 


0:03 
2.5 


6:05 
-0.1 


12:W 18:43 
2.6 0.1 


S 28 


1:13 
2.0 


7:17 
0.3 


13:43 
2.3 


19:55 
0.4 


E Mj29 


5:48 
—0.3 


12:11 
2.7 


18:16 
—0.1 




' Th! 29 


0:56 
2.3 


6:55 
0.0 


13:28 19:40 
2. 5 0. 3 


C 8|29 


2:08 
L9 


8:01 
0.4 


14:38 
2.2 


20:52 , 
0.5 


Tu 30 


0:32 
2.5 


6:39 
-0.1 


■ 13:08 
2.6 


19:15 
0.1 


C F,30 


1:52 
2.1 


7:47 
0.1 


14:26 20:40 
2. 4 0. 4 


A M 30 


3:12 
1.8 


9:00 
0.6 


15:34 
2.1 


21:48 
0.5 


i W 31 


1:27 
2.3 


7:32 
0.0 


14:05 
2.5 


20:18 
0.3 


S 31 

1 


2:55 
1.9 


8:43 
0.3 


15:23 21:43 
2.3 0.5 










I 


' Thetid 
a comparis 
from Mean 
is 1.3 feet I 
minus (— 


es are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
on of con.secutive heights will indicate whet 
I Low Water, which is the datum of soundi 
►elow mean sea level. To find the depth of 
-) sign is before the height, In which case si] 


h their times on the tlrst line and heights on the second line of each day; 
her it is high or low water. The heights, in feet and tenths, are reckoned 
ngs on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Charts for this region, and which | 
water, add the tabular height to the soundings given on the chart, unless 
ibtract it. 


The tin 

(a.m.), all 


ae used is Eastern Standard, 75th meridian 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and whe 


W.; 0»» is midnight, 12»» is noon; all hours less than 12 are in the forenoon 
n diminished by 12 give the times after noon ; for instance, 15:47 Is 3:47 p. m. | 


#, new 
equator; A 


moon; ^, Istquar.; O. full moon: 1, 3d < 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


luar.; E, 


moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


farthest north or 


south of the 



108 



OLD POINT COMFORT (Fort Monroe), VIRGINIA, 1907. 



DCTOBEK. 


NOVEMBER. 


DECEMBER. 




XH^Sot- 


Times und Height of High ami 
LowAVnter. 


S 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


*S, 


Day of— 


Time and Height of Hij 
LowWater. 


Shand 


W. Mo. 


W.|Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 






Tu' 1 

1 


4:12 
1.9 


9:58 
0.5 


16:28 
2.1 


22:42 
0.4 




F 


1! 


5K)6 
2.2 


11KJ2 
0.3 


17:17 
2.2 


28:25 
0.2 


1 


5.-07 
2.4 


11:15 
0.1 


17:23 
2.2 


23=2f 




W 2 


5:07 
1.9 


10:53 
0.4 


17:18 
2.2 


23:28 
0.3 




S 


2 


5:60 
2.3 


11:52 
0.2 


18:06 
2.3 






M 


2 


6:65 
2.6 


12:07 
0.0 


18:15 
2.3 


. . . 




Thi 3 

1 


5:53 
2.1 


11:42 
0.3 


18:03 
2.3 




E 


§ 


3j 


, 0:09 
0.0 


6:32 
2.5 


12:88 
0.0 


18:61 
2.4 




Tu 


3 


0:13 
-0.1 


6:48 

2.8 


12:58 
—0.2 


i^x*; 

2-4 




Fj 4 


0:12 
0.2 


6:3S 
2.2 


12:27 
0.2 


18:46 
2.4 




M 


^i 


0:60 
-0.1 


7:13 
2.7 


18:24 
—0.2 


19:84 
2.5 




w' 4 


1:00 
—0.2 


7:30 
3.0 


13:48 
-0.S 


19:.>4 




Si 5 


0:52 
0.1 


7:12 
2.4 


13:09 
0.1 


19:26 
2.5 


• 


Tu 


5l 


1:32 
-0.2 


7:56 
2.9 


14:10 
-0.3 


20:17 
2.5 


• 


Th 


5 


1:47 
-0.8 


8:18 
3.1 


14:36 
-0.4 


20:43 




S i 6 


1:31 
0.0 


7:48 
2.5 


13:51 
-0.1 


20:05 
2.6 




W 


61 


2:14 
—0.2 


8:40 
3.0 


14:55 
-0.4 


21:01 
2.5 


P 


F 


6 


2:85 
-0.3 


9:07 
3.2 


15:26 
—0.4 


21:32 

2-r. 


E 

• 


M 7 

1 


2:08 
-0.1 


8:25 
2.7 


14:32 
-0.2 


20:45 
2.6 




Th 


7 


2:58 
—0.2 


9:'25 
3.1 


15:42 
-0.4 


21:46 
2.6 


s 


S| 7 


3:25 
-0.3 


9:58 
8.1 


16:16 
-0.4 


22r2.> 
2.4 




Tu, 8 


2:45 
—0.2 


9:04 
2.8 


16:15 
—0.3 


21:25 
2.6 




F 


8 


3:42 
-0.2 


10:14 
3.0 


16:31 
—0.3 


22:84 
2.4 




S 8 


4:18 
-0.2 


10:61 
3.0 


17KW 
—0.3 


23:1S 
2.4 




W 9 


3:24 
—0.2 


9:47 
2.9 


16:00 
—0.3 


22:06 
2.5 


P 

8 


S 


9| 


4:31 
-0.1 


11:06 
2.9 


17:22 
—0.2 


23:27 
2.3 




M| 9 


6:16 
—0.1 


11:46 
2.8 


18:08 
-0.2 






Th 10 


4:06 
-0.2 


10:32 
2.9 


16:47 
—0.3 


22:30 
2.5 




SlOi 


6:26 
0.0 


12KM) 
2.8 


18:18 
—0.1 


• • • 




Tu|10 


0:18 
2.4 


6:16 
0.0 


12:45 
2.6 


19«I 
—0.1 




F 11 


4:60 
-0.1 


11:21 

2.8 


17:37 
-0.2 


23:38 
2.3 




M 


11 

1 


0:27 
2.2 


6:26 
0.1 


13:00 
2.6 


19:19 
0.0 


D 


W|ll 


1:23 
2.4 


7.-24 
0.1 


18:48 
2.5 


20:02 
O.u 




S 12 


5:40 
0.0 


12:14 
2.7 


18:32 
0.0 




})jTu 12 


1:36 
2.2 


7:34 
0.2 


14:05 
2.5 


20:-23 
0.1 




Th,12 


2:28 
2.4 


8:34 
0.1 


14:55 
2.4 


21*2 
0.1 


S 


S{13 


0:33 
2.2 


6:37 
0.1 


13:14 
2.6 


19:33 
0.1 




W 13 

1 


*2:46 
2.2 


8:46 
0.2 


15:15 
2.4 


21:28 
0.1 


E 


F|13 


3:33 
2.6 


9:45 
0.2 


16:02 
2.3 


22:02 

0.1 


i 


M 14 


1:89 
2.1 


7:42 
0.2 


14:20 
2.6 


20:40 
0.2 




Th|l4l 


8:54 
2.3 


10:00 
0.2 


16:23 
2.3 


22:80 
0.1 




S 14 


4:35 
2.6 


10:53 
0.2 


17:10 
2.2 


22:S: 
0.0 




Tull5 


2:54 
2.1 


8:65 
0.2 


15:31 
2.4 


21:60 
0.2 




F 


15 1 


4:57 
2.4 


11:08 
0.1 


17:28 
2.4 


23:26 
0.0 




s;i5 

1 


6:31 
2.7 


11:55 
0.1 


18:10 
2.3 


23:4^ 
O.O 




wll6 

1 


4:08 
2.1 


10:18 
0.1 


16:40 
2.4 


22:53 
0.1 


£ 


S 


16 i 


6:53 
2.6 


12:07 
0.0 


18:26 
2.4 




JM 16 


6.-22 

2.8 


12:48 
0.1 


19.-02 
2.3 






Th 17 


5:13 
2.3 


11:17 
0.0 


17:48 
2.6 


23:51 
0.0 




8|17l 


0:16 
—0.1 


6:44 

2.8 


13:01 
-0.1 


19:20 
2.4 


Tuil7 

1 1 


0:37 
-0.1 


7:10 
2.8 


18:35 
0.1 


19:4* 
2.2 




fIi8 


6:11 
2.5 


12:18 
—0.1 


18:40 
2.6 


• • • 




M,18i 


1:03 
—0.1 


7:31 
2.9 


13:49 
—0.1 


20:06 
2.4 


!W 18 

1 


1:23 
-0.1 


7:53 

2.8 


14:17 
0.1 


20:31 

•2.2 




S 19 


0:42 
-0.1 


7:02 
2.7 


13:12 
—0.2 


19:82 
2.6 


O 


Tu 


19 


1:46 
—0.2 


8:14 
2.9 


14:32 
—0.1 


20:48 
2.4 


0;Thll9 


2:05 
0.0 


8:34 
2.8 


14:58 
0.1 


21:10 
2.2 


E 


S 20 


1:28 
—0.2 


7:60 
2.8 


14:02 
—0.3 


20:19 
2.6 




W 


20| 


2:27 
-0.1 


8:56 
2.9 


15:13 
—0.1 


21:28 
2.3 


N' F 20 


2:44 
0.0 


9:13 
2.7 


15:29 
0.1 


21:4!^ 

2.1 


O 


M 21 


2:12 
—0.2 


8:35 
2.9 


14:47 
—0.3 


21:04 
2.6 




Thj 21 1 


3:0S 
-0?1 


9:87 
2.8 


15:52 
0.0 


22:18 
2.2 


1 S 21 


3:22 
0.1 


9:51 
2.6 


16K)5 
0.1 


22:2U 
2.1 




Tul22 


2:52 
—0.2 


9:18 
2.9 


15:32 
—0.2 


21:47 
2.5 




F 1 22 


3:47 
0.0 


10:17 
2.7 


16:30 
0.1 


22:39 
2.1 


A S 22 


8:69 
0.2 


10:27 
2.6 


16:41 
0.1 


22:5t> 
2.1 




W 23 

1 


3:34 
--0.2 


10:00 
2.9 


16:14 
-0.1 


22:28 
2.4 


N 


S'23 


4:26 
0.2 


10:56 
2.6 


17:08 
0.1 


23:21 
2.1 


M 23 


4:36 
0.8 


IIKK 
2.4 


17:18 
0.1 


23:32 

•2.1 




Th 24 


4:15 
—0.1 


10:44 
2.7 


16:56 
0.0 


23:07 
2.2 




SI 241 

1 


5:06 
0.3 


11:35 
2.4 


0.2 




, Tu 24 


5:13 
0.4 


11:37 
2.3 


17:57 
0.1 


• • • 




F 25 


4:57 
0.1 


11:27 
2.6 


17:40 
0.1 


23:50 
2.1 


A 


Mi25 


0:03 
2.0 


5:48 
0.4 


12:15 
2.3 


18:33 
0.2 


|W 25 


0:13 
2.1 


6:00 
0.4 


12:17 
2.2 


1S:S> 
(J.l 




S 26 


5:40 
0.2 


12:12 
2.4 


18:25 
0.2 






Tu 26 


0:50 
2.0 


6:35 
0.5 


12:58 
2.2 


19:18 
0.3 


Th;26 

1 


0:58 
2.1 


6:48 
0.4 


12:58 
2.2 


19^2;* 
0.2 


N Si27 


0:36 
2.0 


6:26 
0.4 


12:58 
2.3 


19:12 
0.3 


(C 


W 27| 


1:10 
2.0 


7:27 
0.5 


13:45 
2,1 


20:07 
0.3 


I ' F , 27 


1:47 
2.2 


7:42 
0.4 


18:48 
2.1 


20:11 
0.2 


A M 28 


1:28 
1.9 


7:17 
0.5 


13:47 
2.2 


20:02 
0.4 




Th 28 


2:84 
2.0 


8:24 
0.5 


14:38 
2.1 


20:58 
0.3 


E S 1 28 


2:40 
2.3 


8:40 
0.8 


14:43 
2.1 


21 .-IK 

0.1 


a Tu 29 


2:26 
1.9 


8:12 
0.6 


14:40 
2.1 


20:56 
0.4 




F 29l 


3:27 
2.1 


9:23 
0.4 


15:38 
2.1 


21:48 
0.2 


' Sl29 


3:38 
2.4 


9:40 
0.2 


15:42 
2.1 


21.53 

0.1 


|W|30 


3:35 
1.9 


9:10 
0.6 


15:34 
2.1 


21:48 
0.4 


E 


S 30| 


4:18 
2.3 


10:20 
0.3 


16:28 
2.1 


22:38 
0.1 


M 30 


4:28 
2.5 


10:42 
0.1 


16:43 
2,1 


22:47 


1 


Th'31 


4:19 
2.0 


io:as 

0.5 


16:27 
2.1 


22:39 
0.3 




1 
1 












Tu 31 


6:22 
2.7 


11:40 
0.0 


17:43 
2.2 


23:41 

—0.1 



The tides are placed in the order of occurrence, with their times on the first line and heights on the second line of each day; 
a comparison of consecutive heights will indicate whether it is high or low water. The heights, in feet and tenths, are reckoned 
from Mean Low Water, which is the datum of soundings on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Charts for this region, and which 
is 1.3 feet below mean sea level. To find the depth of water, add the tabular height to the soundings given on the chart, unless- 
a minus ( — ) sign is before the height, in which case subtract it. 

The time used is Eastern Standard, 75th meridian \V.: 0»> is midnight. V2^ is noon: all hours less than 12 are in the forenoon 
(a.m.), all greater are in the afternoon (p.m.) and when diminished by 12 give the times after noon; for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p.m. 

#, new moon; ^, Ist quar.; O. fu^i moon; ^, 3d quar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon farthest north or south of the 
equator; A, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 



WILMINGTON (Cape Fear River), NORTH CAROLNA, 1907. 



109 



JANUARY. 






FEBRUARY, 






S 


Uay 




MARCH, 




' 


i 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low waicr. 


1 


Day of— , 


Tliae and Hetxbt of High aud 
Law Wntej. 


of- 


Tldie Htid Heiffht of HI ^h ftnd 
Low Water, 


W. Mo. 


F 


Mo, 


W, Mo. 




Tujl 


4:40 
0.5 


10:55 18:80 
2.8 0.0 


28:26 
2.2 


1 


6:42 
0.8 


12:10 
2.7 


19:25 
0.0 






F 


1 


5:40 
0.2 


UKX) 
2.7 


18:10 
0.1 


23:25, 
2.7 




Wi 2 


6:40 
0.4 


11:42 19:18 
2.8 0.0 


: : : 




s 


2 


0:40 
2.6 


7:36 
0.8 


12:57 
2.6 


20:00 
0.0 


E 


S 


2 


6:32 
0.1 


11:50 
2.6 


18:45 
0.0 


: : :' 


'Th 3 


0:16 
2.8 


6:35 12:30 
0.4 2.7 


19:55 
0.0 


E 


s 


3 


1:29 
2.7 


8:31 
0.2 


13:45 
2.5 


20:32 
0.0 




s 


3 


0:15 

2.8 


7:26 
0.1 


12:36 
2.5 


19:26 
0.0 


F 4 


1:06 
2.4 


7:35 13:20 
0.4 2.6 


20:30 
0.1 




M 


4 


2:20 
2.8 


9:27 
0.2 


14:35 
2.4 


21:05 
0.1 




M 


4 


1:03 
2.9 


8:20 
0.1 


13:25 
2.4 


20:04 1 
0.1 1 


S 5 


1:50 
2,5 


8:37 14.-05 
0.4 2.5 


21:05 
0.1 


c 


Tu 


5 


3:10 
2.8 


10:24 
0.2 


15:26 
2.2 


21:40 
0.1 




Tuj 5 


1:55 
2.9 


9:15 
0.1 


14:14 
2.3 


20:45 
0.1 




S; 6 


2:45 
2.6 


9:35 14:55 
0.4 2.4 


21:30 
0.1 




W 


6 


4:05 
2.8 


11:24 
0.2 


16:20 
2.1 


22:30 
0.1 




w' 6 


2:46 
2.9 


10:10 
0.1 


15:04 
2.2 


21:30 
0.1 ■ 


E 


M 


7 


S:86 
2.7 


10:40 15:60 
0.3 2.3 


•22K)5 
0.1 




Th 


7 


5K)0 

2.8 


12:25 
0.2 


17:15 
2,1 


23:25 
0.2 


1 


Th 


7 


3:40 

2.8 


11:05 
0.2 


15:58 
2.1 


22:35 
0.2 


Tu 


8 


4:30 

2.8 


11:40 16:45 
0.8 2,2 


22:45 
0.1 




F 


8 


6:00 
2.9 


13:25 
0.2 


18:12 
2.1 




8 


F 


8 


4:40 
2.7 


12:05 
0.2 


16:55 
2.1 


23:50 1 

0.2 ' 


W, 9 


5:28 
2.9 


12:45 17:40 
0.2 2.1 


28:35 
0.1 


s 


S 


9 


0:40 
0.2 


6:59 
^2.9 


14:24 
0.1 


19:12 
2.1 


P 


S 


9 


5:40 
2.7 


13:00 
0.2 


17:55 
2.1 




Th 10 


6:20 
2.9 


13:45 18:35 
0. 1 2. 1 


. . . 


p 


s 


10 


2:03 
0.2 


7:55 
2.9 


15:15 
0.0 


20:10 
2.2 




§ 


10 


1:05 
0.2 


6:38 
2.7 


14K)0 
0.2 


18:58 ' 
2.2 


Fill 


0:36 
0.1 


7:20 14:45 
3.0 0.0 


19:34 
2.1 




M 


11 


8:15 
0.1 


8:48 
2.9 


16K» 
0.0 


21K)7 
2.8 




M 


11 


2:12 
0.2 


7:84 
2.7 


14:52 
0.1 


19:54 
2.4 ; 


P|S 


12 


1:45 
0.1 


8:12 15:40 
3.1 —0.1 


20:30 
2.2 


• 


Tu 


12 


4:20 
0.1 


9:89 

2.8 


16:58 
—0.1 


22:00 
2.4 




Tu 


12 


8:14 
0.1 


8:25 
2.6 


15:40 
0.0 


20:50 1 
2.4' 


sis 


13 


3:06 
0.1 


9:05 16:30 
3.1 -0.1 


21:25 
2.3 




W 


13 


5:16 
0.0 


10:28 

2.8 


17:45 
-0.2 


22:56 
2.5 




W 


13 


4:10 
0.1 


9:15 
2.6 


16:30 
0.0 


21:40 
2.5 


• 


M ; 14 


4:20 
0.1 


10:00 17:20 
3.1 —0.2 


22:20 
2.3 




Th 


14 


6:10 
0.0 


11:15 
2.7 


18:32 

—0.2 


23:45 
2.5 


• 


Th 


14 


5.-00 
0.0 


10:00 
2.6 


17:17 
—0.1 


22:30 
2.6 




Tu 15 


5:25 
0.1 


10:45 18:10 
8.0 —0.2 


28:15 
2.4 




F 


15 


7:03 
0.0 


12:02 
2.6 


19:20 
—0.1 




^' 


F 


15 


5:50 
0.0 


10:50 
2.5 


18:06 
0.0 


23:20 
2.7 1 




W 


16 


6:25 
0.1 


11:40 19:00 
2.9 —0.2 




E 


S 


16 


0:38 
2.6 


7:52 
0.1 


12:48 
2.5 


20:05 
—0.1 




S 


16 


6:38 
0.0 


11:34 
2.4 


18:50 
0.0 






Th 


17 


0:10 
2.4 


7:25 12:25 
0.1 2.7 


19:48 
-0.2 




s 


17 


1:25 
2.6 


8:42 
0.1 


13:36 
2.4 


20:54 
0.0 




§ 


17 


0:05 
2.7 


7:25 
0.0 


12:15 
2.4 


19:35 
0.1 




F 


18 


1:06 
2.5 


8:15 13:15 
0.1 2.6 


20:35 
-0.2 




M 


18 


2:14 
2.6 


9:32 
0.2 


14:20 
2.2 


21:40 
0.1 




M 


18 


0:50 
2.7 


8:10 
0.1 


13:05 
2.3 


20:20 
0.1 


> K S 19 


2K)0 
2.5 


9:10 14:05 
0.2 2.4 


21:25 
—0.1 


}) 


Tu 


19 


3K)0 
2.6 


10:20 
0.3 


15:09 
2.1 


22:25 
0.2 




Tu 


19 


l:a5 
2.7 


8:55 
0.2 


13:50 
2.2 


21:03 
0.2 


' S,20 


2:60 
2.5 


10:04 14:50 
0.2 2.2 


22:10 
0.0 




W 


20 


3:48 
2.5 


11:10 
0.3 


16:00 
2.0 


23:10 
0.3 




W 


20 


2:17 
2.6 


9:42 
0.2 


14:35 
2.1 


21:47 1 
0.3 


D M 21 


8:40 
2.5 


10:55 15:40 
0.3 2.1 


22:.55 
0.1 


A 


Th 


21 


4:34 
2.5 


12K)0 
0.4 


16:48 
L9 


23:55 
0.4 


A 


Th 


21 


3K)2 
2.6 


10:30 
0.3 


15:25 
2.0 


22:30 
0.4, 




Tu 22 


4:30 
2.5 


11:50 16:30 
0.3 2.0 


23:45 
0.2 




F 


22 


5:20 
2.5 


12:60 
0.4 


17:40 
L9 




N 


F 


22 


3:50 
2.5 


11:20 
0.3 


16:15 
2.0 


23:10 1 
0.5 




\V 23 


5:16 
2.5 


12:40 17:22 
0.4 1.9 




N 


s 


23 


0:40 
0.4 


6:10 
2.5 


13:45 
0.4 


18:32 
1.9 




S 


23 


4:40 
2.5 


12:10 
0.4 


17:10 
2.0 


23:55 
0.5 


'Th 24 


0:30 
0.3 


6K)5 18:30 
2.6 0.3 


18:14 
1.8 




s 


24 


1:20 
0.5 


7:00 
2.6 


14:35 
0.3 


19:24 
2.0 




s 


24 


5:30 
2.5 


13:00 
0.4 


18K)3 
2.0 




A F 25 


1:15 
0.4 


6:48 14:20 
2.6 0.8 


19:02 
L9 




M 


25 


2:06 
0.5 


7:48 
2.6 


15:24 

0.2 


20:14 
2.1 




M 


25 


0:60 
0.5 


6:26 
2.5 


13:52 
0.3 


18:55 ' 
2.2 




S 26 


1:55 
0.4 


7:30 15:10 
2. 7 0. 2 


19:52 
1.9 




Tu 


26 


3:02 
0.4 


8:38 
2.7 


16:10 
0.2 


21:00 
2.3 




Tu 


26 


1:47 
0.4 


7:20 
2.5 


14:40 
0.3 


19:45 1 
2.3 


N 


S 27 


2:34 
0.5 


8:15 16:57 
2.7 0.2 


20:42 
2.0 




W 


27 


3:55 
0.3 


9:25 
2.7 


16:52 
0.1 


21:50 
2.4 




W 


27 


2:45 
0.3 


8:12 
2.5 


15:22 
0.2 


20:35 
2.5 


M 1 28 


3:10 
0.5 


9:00 16:40 
2.8 0.1 


21:25 
2.1 


o 


Th 


28 


4:50 
0.2 


10:15 
2.7 


17:34 
0.1 


22:38 
2.6 




Th 


28 


8:42 
0.2 


9:05 
2.6 


16:05 
0.2 


21:24 
2.7 


O 


Tu 29 


3:55 
0.4 


9:50 17:25 
2.8 0.1 


22:15 
2.2 
















e 


F 


29 


4:35 
0.1 


9:52 
2.6 


16:48 
0.1 


22:12 
2.8 




W 30 


4:55 
0.4 


10:35 18:18 
2.8 0.0 


23:00 
2.3 


















S 


30 


5:26 
0.0 


10:40 
2.6 


17:26 
0.1 


23:00 
3.0 




Th 31 

1 


5:50 
0.3 


11:25 18:45 
2.8 0.0 


23:50 
2.5 


















s 


31 


6:20 
-0.1 


11:30 18:10 23:50 
2.5 0.1 3.0 

_ . ._ i 

>nd line of each day: ' 
tenths, are reckoned 1 
region, and which is 1 
n the chart, unless a 1 

1 


a< 

fn 
1.1 
m 


Thetid 
^omoaris 
)m Mean 
> feet bel 
inus(— ) 


88 are placed in the order of ocemrence, \vl 
on of con.secutive heights will indicate whet 
Low Water, which is the datum of 8oundi 
ow mean sea level. To find the depth of wr 
sign is before the height, in which case sub 


h their times on the first line ai 
her it is high or low water. Th 
igs on the Coast and Geodetic S 
Iter, add the tabular height to t 
tract it. 


ad heights o 
e heights, ii 
urvey Chart 
he sounding 


n the secf 
1 feet and 
s for this 
fs given o 


The tin 
all greater* 


le used is Eastern Standard, 75th meridian W 
ire In the afternoon (p. m. ) and when dimini 


: O^" is midnight, 12»' is noon; all hours lesstha 
shed by 12 give the times after no<m: for inst 


n 12 are In the forenoon fn. m.). 
iince. I.i:47is3:47p. m. 


#, neM 
e<juator; A 


r moon; J 
, P, moon 


, Istquar.; Q. full moon; (^. 3d < 
in apogee or perigee. 


juar.; E, 


moon on the equator; N,S,moon 


farthest north or 


wmth of the 



110 



WILMINGTON (Cape Fear River), NORTH CAROLINA, 1907. 





APRIL. 






MAY. 












JU 
Timeanc 


NE. 




hacd 


c 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


5 Day of— ! 
1 , W. Mo. 


Time and Height of High and 
LowM'ater. 


Day of— 


1 Height of Hig 
Low Water. 


!^ 


W. Mo. 


W. Mo. 


1 

i 


M 1 


7:10 
—0.1 


12:16 18:55 
2.4 0.1 




"wTi 


0:18 
3.1 


7:46 
-«.2 


12:44 
2.3 


19:35 
0.1 




S ' 1 


1:42 
2.8 


9:06 
-0.1 


14.-20 
2.4 


21::^' 

11. J 


|P Tu 2 


0:40 
3.0 


8:a5 13:a5 
0.0 2.4 


19:45 
0.1 


siTh 2 


1:10 
3.0 


8:36 
-0.1 


13:36 
2.3 


20:37 
0.2 




S 2 


2:36 
2.6 


9:67 
—0.1 


15:18 
2.4 


22 :.•:.' 
O.J 


1 W 3 


1:30 
3.0 


8:55 13:55 
0.0 2.3 


20:40 
0.1 


F 3 


2,-04 
2.8 


9:30 
0.0 


14:32 
2.3 


21:44 
0.2 


CC 


M 3 


3:31 
2.4 


10:50 
0.0 


16:15 
2.4 


23:S4 


ITh! 4 


2:24 
2.9 


9:50 14:47 
0.1 2.2 


21:45 
0.2 


^ S 4i 


3:00 
2.7 


10:24 
0.0 


15:30 
2.2 


22:48 
0.2 


Tu 4 


4:26 
2.3 


11:40 
0.1 


17:14 
2.1 




is F 5 


3:20 
2.7 


10:45 15:42 
0.1 2.2 


22:50 
0.2 


'S 5, 


3:56 
2.6 


11:15 
0.1 


16:31 
2.3 


23:51 
0.3 


E , W 5 


0:30 
0.3 


5:20 
2.1 


12:30 

0.1 


IVlii 


j S 1 6 


4:20 
2.6 


11:40 16:44 
0.2 2.2 


23:58 
0.8 


M 6 


4:55 
2.4 


12:10 
0.1 


17:30 
2.3 




Th 6 


1:27 
0.2 


6:12 
2.0 


13:20 
0.2 


IV.V. I 


1 1 S ' 7 
1 


5:20 
2.5 


12:35 17:43 
0.2 2.2 


: : : 


|Tu 7 


0:50 
0.2 


5:50 
2.8 


13:00 
0.1 


18:29 
2.4 


F 7 


2:20 
0.2 


7:02 
2.0 


14:10 
0.2 


1^*- 


1 ^^1 ^ 


1:05 
0.2 


6:17 13:30 
2.5 0.2 


18:44 
2.3 


'W 8, 

1 1 


1:60 
0.2 


6:45 
2.2 


13:52 
0.1 


19:20 
2.5 


S 8 


3:10 
0.1 


7:50 
2.0 


15H)0 
0.3 


^).ll 


I |Tu, 9 


2:05 
0.2 


7:12 14:24 
2.4 0.1 


19:40 
2.4 


E Th 9 


2:45 
0.1* 


7:34 
2.2 


14:42 
0.1 


20:09 
2.6 


S: 9; 


3:55 
0.1 


8:36 
2.0 


15:44 
0.3 


'lU^ 


\V 10 


3:00 
0.1 


8:04 15:14 
2.4 0.1 


20:30 
2.5 


F 10 


3:36 
0.1 


8:20 
2.1 


15:30 
0.2 


20:50 
2.7 


• M 10 


4:40 
0.1 


9:22 
2.0 


16:28 
0.4 


•ilt' 


E Th 11 


3:54 
0.0 


8:50 16:00 
2.4 0.1 


21:17 
2.6 


i s 11 


4r^ 
0.0 


9.-06 
2.1 


16:15 
0.2 


21:35 

2.8 


Tull 


5:26 
0.0 


10:05 
2.0 


17:10 
0.4 


2124 


• F 

1 


12 


4:44 
0.0 


9:36 16:48 
2.4 0.1 


22:Ot 
2.7 


• IS 12' 

1 


5:05 
0.0 


9:54 
2.1 


17:00 
0.3 


22:15 
2.8 


^ ^V' 


6:06 
0.0 


10:52 

2.1 


17:50 
0.4 


23>o 
•2.^ 


1 
I S 


13 


5:30 
0.0 


10:20 17:34 
2.3 0.1 


22:46 
2.8 


M 13 


6:50 
0.0 


10:36 
2.1 


17:44 
0.3 


22:55 
2.8 




Th 13 

i 1 


6:49 
0.0 


11:40 
2.1 


18:25 
0.6 


•J3:.V 


S 14 


6:14 
0.0 


11:04 18:17 
2.3 0.2 


23:30 

2.8 


iTu 14 


6:30 
0.0 


11:20 
2.1 


18r26 
0.4 


23:86 

2.8 




F 


14 


7:30 
0.1 


12:26 

2.1 


18:66 
0.2 




1 1 M ; 15 


6:66 
0.0 


11:50 19:00 
2.2 0.2 




W 15 j 


7:12 
0.0 


12:06 
2.1 


19:06 
0.4 




i S 


15 


0:35 
2.7 


8:08 
0.1 


13:10 
2.2 


19 V- 

I'.i 


Tu 16 


0:10 
2.8 


7:40 12:34 
0.1 2.2 


19:42 
0.3 


A Th 16 


0:20 
2.8 


7:.% 
0.1 


12:50 
2.1 


19:45 
0.5 


' S 16 


1:20 
2.6 


8:48 
0.1 


14:00 
2.3 


2ii;i« 

U '1 




W 17 


0:53 
2.7 


8:25 13:20 
0. 1 2. 1 


20:23 
0.4 


F jl7 


1:02 
2.7 


8:38 
0.1 


13:40 
2.1 


20:16 
0.6 


M 17 


2:10 
2.6 


9:26 
0.1 


14:50 
2.4 


21i3- 
0.'> 


A 


Th 18 


1:38 
2.7 


9:07 14:07 
0.2 2.1 


21:04 
0.4 


S 18, 


1:60 
2.6 


9:20 
0.2 


14:28 
2.2 


20:66 
0.5 


1) Tu 18 

1 


3HM 
2.4 


9:64 
0.2 


15:40 
2.5 


22:5' 
U.4 


INJ F 19 


2.-24 
2.6 


9:54 14:58 
0.2 2.1 


21:42 
0.5 


' S 19 ' 


2:40 
2.6 


10:00 
0.2 


15:18 
2.2 


21:45 
0.5 


W 19 


3:51 
2.3 


10:30 
0.2 


16:34 

2.6 


a*' 

U.4 


3)1 S 20 


3:10 
2.5 


10:40 15:48 
0.8 2.1 


22:25 
0.5 


D M 20 


3:30 
2.4 


10:86 
0.2 


16:10 
2.3 


22:45 
0.5 


E Th 20 


4:50 
2.2 


IIKK) 
0.2 


17:25 
2.8 




H 21 


4:04 
2.6 


11:25 16:40 
0. 8 2. 1 


28:15 
0.5 


Tu 21' 


4:26 
2.3 


11:16 
0.3 


17:04 
2.4 


23:60 
0.4 


i F 21 


0:35 
0.3 


6:46 
2.2 


11:45 
0.2 




M 22 


4:58 
2.4 


12:10 17:35 
0.3 2.2 




W 22 1 


6:20 
2.8 


11:60 
0.3 


17:56 
2.6 




S 22 


1:38 
0.2 


6:40 
2.2 


12:30 
0.1 


ia:l'' 


Tu 23 


0:20 
0.5 


5:52 12:56 
2.4 0.3 


18:26 
2.4 


E Til 23 . 


1:00 
0.3 


6:16 
2.8 


12:30 
0.2 


18:60 
2.8 


H 23 


2:40 
0.1 


7:32 
2.2 


13.'26 
0.1 


•Ji) Rt 


W 24 


1:22 
0.4 


6:50 13:40 
2.4 0.8 


19:1K 
2.6 


F 24 


2:05 
0.2 


7:10 
2.3 


13:20 
0.2 


19:40 
2.9 


jM24 


3:85 
0.0 


8:30 
2.2 


14:30 
0.1 


2nr 


Th 25 


2:25 
0.2 


7:45 14:26 
2.4 0.2 


20:08 
2.7 


S 25, 


3KX) 
0.1 


8K)5 
2.3 


14:16 
0.1 


20:30 
3.1 


Tu 25 

^ 1 


4:30 
-0.1 


9:22 
2.3 


15:50 
0.1 




Ifi 


F 26 


3:24 
0.1 


8:36 15:07 
2. 4 0. 2 


20:56 
2.9 


S 26 


3:56 
—0.1 


8:58 
2.3 


15:00 
0.1 


21:2.5 
3.2 


s 1 W 26 


5:22 
—0.2 


10:16 
2.3 


17:05 
0.1 


3,1 


1 

1 


S 27 


4:16 
0.0 


9:26 15:M 
2.4 0.1 


21:47 
3.0 


; M 1 27 , 


4:60 
-0.2 


9:60 
2.3 


16:06 
0.1 


22:15 
3.2 


Th' 27 


6:12 
-0.2 


11:10 
2.4 


18:12 
0.1 


23..>> 

3.1 


lO S 28 


5:10 
—0.1 


10:15 16:40 
2.4 0.1 


22:38 
3.1 


P ' Tu 28 


5:45 
-0.2 


10:40 
2.3 


17:10 
0.1 


23:05 
3.2 


F 28 

1 


7:02 
—0.3 


12.-06 
2.4 


19:15 
0.1 




M 29 


6:00 
—0.2 


11:04 17:34 
2. 4 0. 1 


23:26 
3.1 


s W 29 


6:35 
-0.2 


11:30 
2.3 


18:20 
0.1 


23:55 
3.1 


' Sl29 


0:30 
2.9 


7:62 
-0.2 


13:04 
2.4 




, p Tu 30 


6:54 
-0.2 


11:63 18:32 
2.4 0.1 




JTh|30 


7:25 
—0.2 


12:25 
2.3 


19:25 
0.1 




is 


30 


1:20 
2.7 


8:40 
—0.2 


14.*O0 
2.4 


21:14 

O.l 


1 


i 








F ! 31 ! 


.0:60 
3.0 


8:16 
—0.2 


13:'20 
2.3 


20:30 
0.1 
















a 

fn 

i.a 

m 
al 
eq 


The tW 
comparis 
jm Mear 
feet bel 
Inus (— ) 

The tin 
1 greater 

#, new 
uator; A 


lea are placed in the order of occurrence, with their times on the first line and height* c 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whether it is high or low water. The heights, ir 
I Low Water, which is the datum of soundings on the Coant and Geodetic Sur>'ey Chart 
ow mean sea level. To find the depth of water, add the tabular height to the sounding 
sign is before the height, in which case subtract it. 

aeused is Eastern Standard, 75th meridian W.; 0>> is midnight, 12i> is noon; all hours less th 
are in the afternoon (p.m.) and when diminished by 12 give the times after noon; for i 
r moon; }), 1st qnar.; O. full moon; (£, 3d quar.; E, mcnm on the equator; N, S, moon 
, P, moon in ajwgee or perigee. 


n the second line of each day. 
1 feet and tenths, are reckooeJ 
;s for this region, and which b 
's given on tne chart, unlea a 

B,n 12 are in the forenoon (a.m.<. 
nstance, 16:47 ia 8:47 p. m. 
farthest north or soath of thf 



WILMINGTON (Cape Fear River), NORTH CAROLINA, 1907. 



Ill 





"" 





JULY. 






■ " 


AUGUST. 






SEPTEMBER. | 


, c Day of— 


Time and Height of Hi| 
LowWater. 


rhand 

22:10 
0.2 


^ 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of High and 
Low-lVater. 


i, 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


5 1 
g W. 


Mo. 


w. |mo. 


W. 


Mo. 


1 


2:12 
2.5 


9:80 
-0.1 


14:66 
2.5 




Th. 1 


3:22 
2.1 


10:40 
0.1 


16:10 
2.5 


23:26 
0.3 


% 


1 


4:30 
1.9 


11:48 
0.4 


17:02 
2.5 




T Tu 2 

^ J 


3:00 
2.4 


10:20 
0.0 


15:50 
2.5 


23:07 
0.2 


F 


2 


4:10 
2.0 


11:28 
0.2 


17:00 
2.5 




N M 


2 


0:35 
0.4 


6:22 
L9 


12:36 
0.6 


17:50 
2.6 


w! 3 


3:55 
2.2 


11:10 
0.0 


16.45 
2.5 




S 


3 


0:22 
0.3 


6:05 
1.9 


12:18 
0.3 


17:45 
2.5 


Tu 


3 


1:26 
0.4 


6:16 
1.9 


1858 
0.6 


18:40 
2.6 


Th 4 


0:02 
0.3 


4:47 
2.0 


12:00 
0.1 


2.5 


% 4 


1:14 
0.3 


5:56 

1.8 


13:06 
0.4 


. 18:30 
2.6 


jw 


4 


2:20 
0.3 


7:10 
2.0 


14:15 
0.5 


19:30 
2.5 


F 5 


0:56 
0.3 


6:38 
1.9 


12:48 
0.2 


18:24 
2.6 


A Ml 5 


2:0) 
0.3 


6:47 
1.8 


13:06 
0.4 


19:16 
2. 6 


Th 


5 


3:06 
0.3 


7:64 
2.1 


16:08 
0.4 


20:20 
2.6 


S 6 


1:50 
0.3 


6:28 
1.9 


13:36 
0.3 


19:08 
2.6 


N Tu 6 


2:55 
0.3 


7:38 
1.9 


14:45 
0.5 


20:00 
2.6 


F 


6 


8:50 
0.2 


8:46 

2.2 


15:64 
0.4 


21:07 
2.6 


S 7 


2:38 
0.2 


7:19 
L9 


14:28 
0.4 


19:50 
2.7 


W 7 


3:42 
0.2 


8:26 
2.0 


15:.0 
0.4 


20:45 
2.7 


• S 


7 


4:85 
0.2 


9:32 
2.4 


16:43 
0.8 


21:55 
2.6 


M! 8 


3:26 
0.2 


8:06 
1.9 


15:14 
0.4 


20:82 
2.7 


Th' 8 


4:28 
0.2 


9:13 
2.1 


16:16 
0.4 


21:32 
2,7 


! s 


8 


6:14 
0.1 


10:16 
2.6 


17:28 
0.2 


22:40 
2.6 


A Tu 9 


4:14 
0.1 


8:52 
1.9 


16:00 
0.4 


21:14 
2.8 


• F 9 


5:10 
0.1 


10:00 
2.2 


17:00 
0.4 


22:15 
2.7 


E 


M 


9 


5:50 
0.1 


2.7 


18:15 
0.1 


23:28 
2.6 


N \V' 10 


4:58 
0.1 


9:40 
2.0 


16:40 
0.4 


21:56 
2.8 


' S 10 


5:nO 
0.1 


10:48 
2.3 


17:40 
0.4 


23:02 
2.7 




Tu 


10 


6:25 
0.1 


11:50 
2.8 


19:04 
0.1 




Th 11 

1 


5:40 
0.1 


10:26 
2.1 


17:16 
0.4 


22:40 
2.8 


§ 

1 


11 


6:30 
0.1 


11:32 
2.5 


18:22 
0.3 


23:50 
2.7 




w'u 


0:15 
2.5 


6:68 
0.1 


12:38 
2.9 


19:55 
0.1 


F 12 


6:20 
0.1 


11:12 
2.2 


17:65 
0.4 


23:25 
2.8 


M 


12 


7:06 
0.1 


12:15 
2.6 


19:15 
0.3 




!Th'l2 


1:00 
2.4 


7:32 
0.1 


13:26 
2.9 


20:45 
0.1 


S 13 


7.-00 
0.1 


11:68 
2.3 


18:40 
0.4 




e:tu 13 


0:35 
2.6 


7:38 
0.1 


13:05 
2.7 


20:05 
0.8 




F 


13 


1:50 
2.3 


8:10 
0.1 


14:18 
2.9 


21:39 
0.1 


S U 


0:10 
2.7 


7:40 
0.1 


12:46 
2.4 


19:26 
0.4 


W 14 


1:25 
2.5 


8:05 
0.1 


13:54 
2.8 


21:00 
0.2 


:d 


S 14 


2:36 
2.8 


8:65 
0.2 


16:11 
2.8 


22:36 
0.2 


M,15 


0:58 
2.6 


8:16 
0.1 


13:32 
2.5 


20:16 
0.4 


Thlo 


2:10 
2.4 


8:32 
0.1^ 


14:44 
2.8 


21:56 
0.2 




S 15 


3:80 
2.2 


9:48 
0.2 


16:10 
2.8 


23:80 
0.2 


Tu 16 


1:47 
2.5 


8:46 
0.1 


14:20 
2.6 


21:10 
0.4 


}) F,16 

1 


3:00 
2.3 


9:10* 
0.1 


15:36 

2.8 


22:52 
0.2 


S 


mIi6 


4:25 
2.1 


11:00 
0.2 


17:10 
2.7 




E W'17 


2:86 
2.4 


9:08 
0.1 


15:10 
2.7 


22:08 
0.3 


' S 17 


3:50 
2.2 


9:52 
0,1 


16:30 
2.8 


23:50 
0.2 




Tu 17 


0:30 
0.2 


5:27 
2.2 


12:30 
0.2 


18:18 
2.6 


I: ' Th 18 


3:25 
2.3 


9:40 
0.1 


16:04 
2.8 


23:10 
0.3 


S 18 


4:4.^ 
2.1 


10:50 
0.2 


17:28 
2.8 




P W'l8 


1:26 
0.2 


6:28 
2.2 


13:40 
0.2 


19:06 
2.6 


F 19 


4:20 
2.2 


10:20 
0.1 


17:00 
2.8 




m;i9 


0:50 
0.2 


'T. 


11:55 
0.2 


18:30 

2.8 


Th 19 


2:20 
0.1 


7:28 
2.3 


14:46 
0.1 


20KK)| 
2.6 


^ S '20 


0:12 
0.3 


5:14 
2.1 


11:05 
0.1 


17 :M 
2.9 


s 


Tu 20 

1 


1:50 
0.2 


6:44 
2.1 


13:26 
0.2 


19:28 
2.9 


' F 20 

1 


3:12 
0.1 


8:24 
2.6 


15:45 
0.1 


20:57 
2.6 




S 21 


1:16 
0.2 


6:10 
2.1 


12:00 
0.1 


18:50 
3.0 


p 


W'21 


2:48 
0.1 


7:40 
2.2 


14:47 
0.1 


20:25 

2.8 


O' S 21 


4:08 
0.0 


9:19 
2.6 


16:38 
0.0 


21:42 
2.6 


M 22 


2:15 
0.1 


7:06 
2.1 


13:05 
0.1 


19:48 
3.0 


,Th;22 

1 1 


3:40 
0.0 


8:40 
2.3 


16:53 
0,1 


21:15 

2.8 


E S 22 


4:52 
0.0 


10:08 
2.7 


17:30 
—0.1 


22:27 
2.5 


S Tu 23 


3:12 



8.-04 
2.2 


14:26 
0.1 


20:40 
3.1 


1 F ■ 23 


4:32 
—0.1 


9:37 
2.5 


16:54 
0.0 


22:05 
2.8 


M 23 


5:40 
-0.1 


10:56 
2.8 


18:20 
-0.1 


23:15 
2.5 


P W 24 


4K)6 
—0.1 


9K)0 
2.3 


15:50 
0.1 


21:35 
3.1 




S 24 


5:20 
-0.1 


10:30 
2.6 


17:50 
0.0 


22:.'y) 
2.7 


Tu 24 


6:25 
0.0 


11:45 
2.8 


0.0 


. . . 


'Th 25 

9 


5:00 
-0.1 


9:66 
2.4 


17:00 
0.1 


22:26 
3.0 


' S|25 


6:08 
—0,2 


11:26 
2,6 


18:40 
0.0 


23:40 
2.6 


'Wj25 


0:00 
2.4 


7:12 
0.0 


12:30 

2.8 


19:52 
0.0 


. F 26 


5:48 
—0.2 


10:50 
2.4 


18:00 
0.0 


23:18 
2.9 


E 


M 26 


6.48 
-0.1 


12:15 
2.7 


19:32 
0.0 


• • • 




Thl26 


0:45 
2.3 


8:00 
0.1 


13:16 
2.7 


20:40 
0.1 


i s '27 


6:36 
-0.2 


11^45 
2.5 


19:00 
0.0 






Tu 27 


0:90 
2.5 


7:45 
—0.1 


13:06 
2.7 


20:2.5 
0.0 




F 27 

1 


1:34 
2.2 


8:48 
0.2 


14:00 
2.7 


21:28 
0.2 


S 28 


0K)6 

2.8 


7:24 
—0.2 


12:40 
2.6 


19:55 
0.1 




W 28 


1:15 
2.4 


8:32 
0.0 


13:56 
2.7 


21:10 
0.1 


S '28 


2:20 
2.1 


9:35 
0.3 


14:45 
2.6 


22:15 
0.2 


E M 


29 


0:56 
2.6 


8:14 
—0.2 


13:35 
2.6 


20:50 
0.1 




Th 29 

1 


2:02 
2.3 


9:20 
0.1 


14:40 
2.6 


22:00 
0.2 


§,* 


29 


3:10 
2.0 


10:24 
0.4 


15:32 
2.5 


23:05 
0.3 


Itu 


30 


1:46 
2.5 


9:00 
-0.1 


14:28 
2.6 


21:42 
0.1 


(T 


F 30 

1 


2:50 
2.1 


10:06 
0.2 


15:27 
2.6 


22:50 
0.3 


A M 


30 


4:00 

2.0 


11:14 
0.5 


16:20 
2.4 


23:55 
0.4 


(C W 


31 


2:34 
2.3 


9:50 
0.0 


15:20 
2.6 


22:35 
0.2 




S 31 


3:40 
2.0 


11:00 
0.3 


16:15 
2.5 


23:40 
0.3 


' 










a 

fn 
is 
a 

(a 

eq 

1_ 


Th 
com] 
im ! 
1.2 f 
mini 

Th 
.m.j 

•. 
uatc 


e tides are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
mrison of consecutive heights will indicate wht 
klean Low Water, which is the datum of sound 
eet below mean sea level. To find the depth of 
IS (— ) sign is before the height, in which case s 
e /me used la Easteni Standard, 75th meridian 
, all greater are in the afternocjn (p. m.) and wh< 
new moon: ^, Ist quar.; O. ^uH moon; C. 3d 
)r; A, P, moon In apogee or perigee. 


th their times on the first line and heights c 
ther it is high or low water. The heights, 1 
ings on the Coast and Geodetic S^irvey Ch« 
water, add the tabular height to the sound 
jbtract it. 

W.; Ob Is midnight, 12»» Is noon; all hours 1 
;n diminished by 12 give the times after noon 
quar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


>n the second line of each day: 
n feet and tenths, are reckoned 
irts for this region, and which 
ngs given on the chart, unless 

ess than 12 are In the forenoon 
l; for instance, 15:47 is3:47p. m. 
farthest north or south of the 



112 



WILMINGTON (Cape Fear River), NORTH CAROLINA, 1907. 



OCTOBER. 



Day of— 



yf.\Mo. 



Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 



Tu 
W 
Th 
F 

S 

M 
Tu 
W 

Th 
F 
S 

M 
Tu 
W 

Th 



I r 
i> 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 



F|l8 

S 1 19 

I 



E 


S|20 


O 


Ml21 




Tu'22 




W 23 


Th 24 


1 Fi25 




S 26 



A , M I 28 I 
C Tu 29 
W 30 
Th'31 



4:55 
2.0 

0:45 
0.4 

1:85 
0.4 

2:20 
0.3 

3:05 
0.3 

8:46 
0.2 

4:24 
0.2 



1:54 
0.1 

2:44 
0.1 

3:82 
0.1 

4:20 
0.1 

5:10 
0.1 

5:55 
0.1 

6:40 
0.2 

0:16 
2.2 

1:02 
2.1 

1:51 
2..1 

2:40 
2.1 

3:30 
2.1 

4:25 
2.1 

5:16 
2.2 



12:00 
0.5 

5:46 
2.0 

6:40 
2.1 

7f28 
2.8 

8:17 
2.5 

9:02 
2.6 

9:50 
2.8 



5:00 
0.2 


10:86 
2.9 


6:86 
0.1 


11:26 
3.0 


6:20 
0.1 


12:14 
8.0 


0:88 
2.4 


7K)6 
0.1 


1:28 
2.8 


7:56 
0.2 


2:20 
2.2 


9:05 
0.2 


8:15 
2.2 


10:14 
0.8 


4:16 
2.2 


11:25 
0.8 


0K)5 
0.2 


6:15 
2.2 


1:00 
0.2 


6:16 
2.3 



7:18 
2.6 

8:05 
2.6 

8:56 
2.7 

9:44 
2.8 

10:28 
2.8 

11:12 
2.8 

11:54 
2.8 

7:26 
0.3 

8:14 
0.4 

9:00 
0.4 

9:50 
0.5 

10:35 
0.6 

11:25 
0.5 

12:21 
0.5 



17:12 
2.4 

12:65 
0.5 

18:46 
0.5 

14:40 
0.4 

1530 
0.3 

16:18 
0.2 

17K)8 
0.1 

17:57 
0.0 

18:47 
0.0 

19:88 
0.0 

18K>4 
8.0 

18:55 
2.9 

14:60 
2.8 

16:46 
2.7 

16:46 
2.6 

12:33 
0.2 

13:86 
0.2 

14:35 
0.1 

16:30 
0.0 

16:20 
0.0 

17:10 
—0.1 
17:55 
—0.1 
18:40 
0.0 

19:24 
0.0 

12:36 

2.8 

13:20 
2.7 

14:05 
2.6 

14:52 
2.5 

15:42 
2.4 

16:35 
2.3 

17:30 

2.3 



18:05 
2.4 

18:56 
2.4 

19:60 
2.4 

20:40 
2.5 

21:28 
2.5 

22:16 
2.5 

28:05 
2.5 

23:60 
2.4 



20:30 
0.0 

21:20 
0.0 

22:15 
0.1 

23:10 
0.2 



17:46 
2.4 

18:42 
2.4 

19:37 
2.4 

20:26 
2.8 

21:14 
2.3 

22:00 
2.3 

22:45 
2.3 

23:30 
2.2 



20:10 
0.1 

20:54 
0.1 

21:40 
0.2 

22.'25 
0.3 

23:10 
0.3 

23:.'>5 
0.4 



NOVEMBER. 



Dayof— 



W. Mo. 



F 

s 

M 

!Tu 



Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 



6 



! 

■Thj 7 

' F 8 

P'SI 9 



S 
M 

^|Tu 

!w 

iTh 

'f 

J 



E S 

I 8(17 
M 1 18 

O Tu; 19 
'w'20 
lTh',21 
I Fi22 

N s l23 



I § ' 24 I 
a'm 25 I 

|tu26, 
C I \V . 27 

|Th28' 

I F 29 

Je! S 30, 

I ' 

I I 



0:42 
0.8 

1:22 
0.8 

2:00 
0.8 

2:40 
0.2 

8:18 
0.2 

4KM 
0.1 

4:54 
0.1 

6:45 
0.1 

0:16 
2.8 

1:10 
2.8 

2:05 
2.3 

8:02 
2.8 

4:00 
2.8 

6:00 
2.4 

0:32 

e.i 

1:24 
0.1 

2:15 
0.2 

3.-04 
0.2 

3:55 
0.2 

4:40 
0.2 

5:25 
0.3 

6:10 
0.8 

6:58 
0.4 

0:35 
2.1 

1:24 
2.1 

2:14 
• 2.2 

8:08 
2.2 

3:52 
2.3 

4:44 
2.4 

5:35 
2.6 



6:08 
2.8 

6:58 
2.5 

7:46 
2.7 

8:36 
2.9 

9:22 
8.0 

10:12 
8.1 

ll.-OO 
3.1 

11:52 
3.1 

7K)0 
0.1 

0.2 

9:11 
0.2 

10:16 
0.8 

11:20 
0.3 

12:24 
0.2 

6KN) 
2.5 

6:56 
2,6 

7:46 
2.7 

8:32 
2.7 

9:16 

2.8 

lOKW 

2.8 

10:40 
2.9 

11:20 
2.8 

12:04 

2.8 

7:40 
0.4 

8:25 
0.5 

9:08 
0.5 

9:58 
0.6 

10:46 
0.5 

11:43 
0.5 

12:40 
0.4 



18:14 
0.4 

14:10 
0.8 

16:05 
0.2 

15:56 
0.1 

16:48 
0.0 

17:40 
—0.1 

18:30 
—0.2 

19:20 
-0.1 

12:45 
3.0 

18:85 
2.9 

14:80 
2.7 

16:29 
2.6 

16:25 
2.4 

17:20 
2.3 

13.-24 
0.2 

14:20 
0.1 

15:12 
0.1 

16K)0 
0.0 

16:45 
0.0 

17:30 
0.0 

18:15 
0.0 

19K)0 
0.0 

19:42 
0.0 

12:46 
2.7 

13:34 
2.6 

14:20 
2.5 

15:10 
2.4 

16:02 
2.3 

17:00 
2.2 

17:.52 
2.2 



18:28 
2.3 

19:20 
2.3 

20:12 
2.8 

21:00 
2.3 

21:50 
2.4 

22:40 
2.4 

23:28 
2.4 



20:12 
-0.1 

21K)2 
—0.1 

21:65 
0.0 

22:48 
0.0 

28:88 
0.1 



18:18 
2.2 

19:10 
2.1 

19:58 
2.1 

20:46 
2.1 

21:32 
2.1 

22r20 
2.1 

23:05 
2.1 

23:50 
2.1 



20:22 
0.1 

21:06 
0.1 

21:50 
0.2 

22:28 
0.2 

23:04 
0.3 

23:35 
0.3 



DECEMBER. 



Dayof— 



W. Mo. 



Time and Height of High ■& 
Low Water. 



M 

Tu 

Th 
F 

S 

M 
Tu 
\V 
Th 
F 

M 
Tu 

IW 
O Th 



N F 20 



I S 
Aj S 

' M I 23 I 

! ! I 
' Tu 24 I 

JW'25[ 

lTh,26| 

c 1 F 1 27 ; 

El S ' 28 I 

< 9 29 

I 

'M 30 

I Tu 31 , 

! , 



0:10 
0.2 

0:50 
0.2 

1:32 
0.2 

2A'5 
0.2 

8:20 
0.1 

4r25 
0.1 

6:40 
0.1 

OKX) 
2.4 

0:54 
2.4 

1:50 
2.4 

2:50 
2.4 

8:48 
2.5 

4:45 
2.5 

0.1 

0:56 
0.2 

1:46 
0.2 

2:35 
0.2 

3:22 
0.3 

4:12 
0.4 

5:00 
0.4 

5:45 
0.4 

6:80 
0.5 

0:10 
2.2 

0:M 
2.2 

1:42 
•2.3 

2:80 
2.4 

3:20 
2.6 

4:10 
2.6 

5:00 
2.7 

6:55 
2.8 

6:80 
3.0 



655 
2.7 

7:16 
2.9 

• 8:06 
3.0 

9:00 
3,1 

9:50 
3.2 

10:40 
3.2 

11:82 
3.1 

6-.55 
0.1 

8:00 
0.2 

9K» 
0.2 

10:04 
0.2 

11:0b 
0.2 

12K)6 
0.2 

5:40 
2.6 

6:30 
2.6 

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2.7 

8:05 
2.7 

8:46 
2.8 

9:29 

2.8 

10K)6 

2.8 

10:50 
2,8 

11:35 
2.8 

7:10 
0.6 

7:50 
0.5 

8:32 
0.5 

9:18 
0.5 

10:10 
0.5 

11:06 
0.4 

12K)6 
0.8 

13:10 
0.3 

14:10 
0.2 



18:40 
0.3 

14:35 
0.2 

15:32 

0.0 

16:28 
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17:20 
—0.2 

18:10 
—0.2 

19.-00 
—0.2 

12:24 

S.O 

13:15 
2.9 

14:10 

2.7 

35:05 
2.0 

15:58 
2.3 

16:52 
2.2 

13K» 

0.2 

13:55 

0.2 

14:45 

0.1 

15:35 
0.1 

16:21 
0.1 

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0.0 

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0.0 

18-.32 
0.0 

19:15 
0.0 

12:20 
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2.6 

13:52 
2,5 

14:40 
2.4 

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The tides are placed In the order of occurrence, with their times on the first line and heights on the second line of each dav: 
a comparison of consecutive heights will indicate whether it is high or low water. The heights, in feet and tenths, are reckoned 
from Mean Low Water, which is the datum of .soundings on the Cnast and Geodetic Survey Charts for this region, and which i« 
1.2 feet below mean sea level. To find the depth of water, add the tabular height to the soundings given on the chart, unless a 
minus (— ) sign is before the height, in which case subtract it. 

The time used is Eastern Standard, 75th meridian W.: 0»« Is midnight, l-2»' is noon; all hours less than 12 are in the foromxm 
(a. m.), all greater are In the afternoon (p. m.) and when diminished by V2 give the times after noon; forinstance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 

#. new moon; ^, 1st quar.: O. full moon; ([, 3d quar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon farthest north or south of the 
equator; A, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 



CHARLESTON (Custom-Hoose Wharf), SOUTH CAROLINA, 1907. 



113 





JANUARY. 




h and 






FEBRUARY. 






— ^. — 


march: 






c Day of— 


Time and Height of Hig 
Low Water. 


1^ 


Unyof— 


Time and Height nf Hl^h und 
Low \^'&lcr. 


5% 


D0.y»i— 


Time and Bolght of Htgh and 
Low WuUT. 


S W. Mo. 


W. 

F 


Mo. 

1 


W. 


Ma 


"^ 


1 


227 
0.0 


8:43 
5.0 


15:05 
0.1 


20:51 
4.5 


3:27 
-0.1 


9:38 
5.6 


16:00 
-0.3 


21:53 
5.1 




F 


1 


2:25 8:35 
-0.4 5.8 


14:62 
-0.4 


20:60 ' 
5.5 


W 


2 


3:05 
0.1 


9:20 
5.6 


15:45 
0.0 


21:28 
4.6 




S 


2 


4:10 
0.0 


10:19 
5.5 


16:41 
-0.2 


22:40 
5.2 


E 


S 


2 


3:10 9:17 
—0.4 5.7 


15:32 
-0.4 


21:37 
5.6 


Th 


3 


3:46 
0.2 


10:00 
5.5 


16:27 
0.0 


22:11 
4.7 


E 


s 


3 


4:58 
0.1 


IIKM 
5.3 


17:28 
-0.1 


23:33 
5.2 




s 


3 


3:53 10:00 
-0.4 5.5 


16:16 
—0.4 


22:23 1 
5.6 


F 


4 


4:30 
0.3 


- 10:42 
5.3 


17:10 
0.0 


23:00 

4.8 




M 


4 


5:50 
0.2 


11:52 
5.0 


18:18 
0.0 






M 


4 


4:42 10:43 
-0.2 5.3 


17H)3 

—0.2 


23:15 
5.6 


S 


5 


5:17 
0.4 


11:27 
5.2 


17:55 
0.1 


23:53 
4.8 


C 


Tu 


5 


0:30 
5.2 


6:49 
0.3 


12:44 
4.7 


19:13 
0.1 




Tu 


5 


5:36 11:32 
0.0 5.0 


17:52 
-0.1 




s 


6 


6:10 
0.4 


12:16 
5.0 


18:46 
0.1 






W 


6 


1:33 
5.2 


7:56 
0.5 


18:46 
4.5 


20:16 
0.1 




W 


6 


0:11 6:35 
5.4 0.3 


12:25 
4.6 


18:62 
0.1 


I'' 


7 


0:53 
4.9 


7:12 
0.5 


13:12 

4.8 


19:42 
0.1 




Th 


7 


2:40 
5.8 


9:04 
0.5 


14:54 
4.4 


21:18 
0.0 


(L 


Th 


7 


1:15 7:40 
5.3 0.5 


13:31 
4.4 


19:55 
0,1 




Tu, 8 


1:57 
5.1 


8:18 
0.4 


14:12 
4.7 


20:40 
0.0 




F 


8 


3:46 
5.4 


10:12 
0.4 


16K)7 
4.5 


22.22 
-0.3 


s 


F 


8 


2:22 8:48 
5.2 0:6 


14:42 
4.3 


21:02 
0.1 




w; 9 


3:02 
5.3 


9A') 
0.3 


15:16 
4.6 


21:42 
-0.2 


S 


S 


9 


4:50 
5.6 


11:13 
0.2 


17:13 
4.7 


23:23 
-0.5 


p 


S 


9 


3:31 9.55 
5.8 0.5 


15:58 
4.4 


22:10 
-0.1 




Th 10 


4:05 
5.6 


10:28 
0.2 


16:22 
4.7 


22:41 
—0.4 


P 


s 


10 


6:48 
6.0 


12:12 
—0.1 


18:14 
5.0 






s 


10 


4:86 10:69 
5.5 0:3 


17:03 
4.7 


23:12 
—0.3 


' F 111 


5:05 
5.9 


11:28 
0.0 


17:26 
4.7 


23:39 
—0.7 




M 


11 


0:20 
—0.8 


6:43 
6.2 


13KB 
-0.4 


19:08 
5.2 




M* 


11 


5:86 11:54 
5.7 0.0 


18K)1 
5.0 




P' S 12 


6K)2 
6.2 


12:26 
—0.3 


18:26 
5.0 




• 


Tu 


12 


1:13 
—0.9 


7:34 
6.8 


13:52 
-0.6 


19:57 
5.4 




Tu 


12 


0K)8 6:50 
—0.5 5.9 


12:43 
-0.3 


18:52 
5.3 


s S Il3 


0:83 
—0.9 


6:57 
6.4 


13:18 
—0.5 


19:21 
5.2 




W 


13 


2:05 
—1.0 


8:23 
6.8 


14:38 
—0.7 


20:45 
5.5 




W 


13 


1:01 7:18 
-0.7 6.0 


13:29 
-0.5 


19:40 
5.5 


• M 14 


1:2? 
—1.1 


7:48 
6.5 


14:10 
—0.7 


20:13 
5.4 




Th 


14 


2:55 
-0.9 


9:10 
6.2 


15:24 
—0.7 


21:3^4 
5.6 


• 


Th 


14 


1:50 8.-04 
-0.7 6.0 


14:13 
—0.6 


20:25 
5.7 


Tu 15 


2:19 
—1.1 


8:40 
6.5 


15:00 
—0.7 


21:04 
5.4 




F 


15 


3:43 
—0.7 


9:57 
5.9 


16:09 
—0.6 


22:20 
5.5 


E 


F 


15 


2:35 8:47 
—0.7 5.8 


14:65 
-0.6 


21:08 
5.7 


W 16 


3:12 
—0.9 


9:32 
6.3 


15:49 
-0.7 


21:55 
5.4 


E 


S 


16 


4:31 
—0.3 


10:42 
5.5 


16:53 
-0.3 


23:08 
5.3 




S 


16 


3:20 9:30 
—0.5 5.6 


15:38 
—0.5 


21:51 
5.6 


Th 17 


4:03 
—0.7 


10:20 
6.0 


16:38 
—0.6 


22:48 
5.3 




s 


17 


5:19 
0.0 


11:27 
5.1 


17:40 
—0.1 


23:59 
5.1 




s 


17 


4 KB 10:10 
-0.8 5.2 


16:20 
-0.8 


22:35 
5.4 


F 18 


4:57 
—0.3 


11:11 
5.6 


17:28 
—0.4 


23:42 
5.1 




M 


18 


6:10 
0.8 


12:12 
4.7 


18:28 
0.2 






M 


18 


4:48 10:50 
0.0 4.9 


17:02 
0.0 


23:19 
5.2 


E 8 19 


5:50 
0.0 


12.02 
5.2 


18:18 
—0.1 




1^ 


Tu 


19 


0:50 
4.9 


0.7 


13:01 
4.3 


19:17 
0.4 




Tu 


19 


5:34 11:31 
0.4 4.5 


17:48 
0.3 




S 20 


0:37 
5.0 


6:46 
0.4 


12:55 

4.8 


19:10 
0.1 




W 


20 


1:42 
4.7 


7:57 
0.9 


13:55 
4.0 


20:10 
0.6 




W 


20 


0K)5 6:20 
5.0 0.7 


12:13 
4.2 


18:35 
0.5 


J^ M 21 


1:33 

4.8 


7:43 
0.6 


13:50 
4.5 


20:02 
0.3 


A 


Th 


21 


2:37 
4.6 


8:54 
1.1 


14:51 
3.0 


21:03 
0.6 


A 

2) 


Th 


21 


0:53 7:11 
4.8 0.9 


13:04 
4.0 


19:24 
0.7 


Tu 22 


2:31 
4.7 


8:42 
0.8 


14:47 
4.2 


20:55 
0.4 




F 


22 


3:80 
4.6 


9:50 
L2 


15:50 
3.8 


21:55 
0.6 


N 


F 


22 


1:45 8:06 
4.6 1.0 


14:00 
3.8 


20:17 
0.8 


W 23 

1 


3:26 
4.7 


9:41 
1.0 


15:43 
4.1 


21:47 
0.4 


X 


S 


23 


4:20 

4.8 


10:42 
1.0 


16:42 
3.9 


22:46 
0.4 




S 


23 


2:38 9:01 
4.5 LO 


14:58 
3.8 


21:12 

0.8 


Th 24 


4:18 
4.8 


10:34 
1.0 


16:36 
4.0 


22.36 
0.4 




s 


24 


5:07 
4.9 


11:28 
0.7 


17:29 
4.2 


23:32 
0.2 




s 


24 


3:32 9:56 
4. 6 0. 8 


15:58 
4.0 


22:08 
0.6 


.\ 


F 25 


5:03 
4.9 


11:22 
0.9 


17:24 
4.1 


23:21 
0.3 




M 


25 


5:52 
5.1 


12:10 
0.4 


18:10 
4.4 






M 


25 


4:25 10:46 
4.8 0.6 


16:47 
4.3 


22:58 
0.4 




S 26 


5:45 
.5.1 


12:05 
0.7 


18:07 
4.2 






Tu 


26 


0:17 
0.0 


6:34 
5.4 


12:53 
0.1 


18:49 
4.7 




Tu 


26 


5:15 11:34 
5.0 0.8 


17:36 
4.6 


23:48 
0.1 


N 1 S 27 


0:05 
0.1 


6:25 
5.3 


12:45 
0.5 


18:44 
4.3 




W 


27 


1:00 
-0.2 


7:15 
5.6 


13:32 
-0.2 


19:29 
5.0 




W 


27 


6:00 12:17 
5.3 0.0 


18:20 
5.0 




'm 28 


0:46 
0.0 


7:03 
5.5 


13:23 
0.2 


19:18 
4.5 


c 


Th 


28 


1:42 
-0.3 


7:55 
5.7 


14:12 
—0.4 


20:09 
5.3 




Th 


28 


0:34 6:45 
—0.2 5.5 


13:00 
—0.3 


19:02 ! 

5.4; 


o'tu 29 


1:27 
—0.1 


7:41 
5.6 


14:02 
0.0 


19:.'>4 
4.7 
















g 


F 


29 


1:20 7:28 
-0. 5 5. 7 


13:42 
-0.5 


19:46 

5.8 


W * 30 


2:05 
-0.1 


8:19 
5.7 


14:40 
-0.1 


20:30 
4.8 


















S 


30 


2:05 8:10 
-0.6 5.7 


14:28 
-0.6 


20:30 
6.0 


Th 

Th 
a comi 
from > 
2.6 fee 
minus 


31 


2:46 
—0.2 


8:58 
5.7 


15:20 
—0.2 


21:10 
5.0 


















s 


31 


2:51 8:55 
—0. 7 5. 6 


15:08 
-0.6 


21:18 
6.0 


etid 

lean 
bel 

(-) 


es are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
on o£con.secutive heights will indicate whel 
Low Water, which i.s the datura of soundir 
9w mean sea level. To find the depth of w£ 
sign is before the height, in which case sub 


th their times on the first line and heights c 
her it is high or low water. The heights, it 
ig§ on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Chart 
Iter, add the tabular height to the soundini 
tract it. 


n the second line of each day; 1 
i feet and tenths, are reckoned 
s for this region, and which is 
?8 given on the chart, unless a 


The tin 

(a.m.), all 


ae used is Eastern .Standard, 75th meridian 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m. ) and whe 


W.; Oh Is midnight, 12» Is noon; all hours le 
a diminished by 12 give the times after noon 


ss than 12 are in the forenoon 
for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 


#, new 
equator; A 


' moon: }), Ist quar.; Q, full moon; ([, 3d 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


quar.; E, 


moon on the equator; N, S, moor 


farthest north or south of the 



1223— 



114 



CHARLESTON (Ctistom-HoiMe Wharf), SOUTH CAROLINA, 1907. 



' APRIL. 


MAV. 


JUNE. 


3 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of High and 
LowWater. 


S 


Day of 


Time and Height of High and 
Lowwater. 


S 


Day of 


Time and Height of Hl«b and 
LowWater. 


W. 


Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 


w.|mo. 




M 


1 


3:38 
-0.6 


9:40 15:52 
5.4 -0.6 


22K)7 
5.,9 




W 


1 


4:16 
-0.5 


10:11 
5.1 


16:26 
-0.5 


22:48 
6.0 




8 


1 


6:64 
—0.2 


12H)0 
4.6 


18:10 
-0.1 


. . . 


P|Tu 


2 


4:28 
— 0.4 


10:25 16:42 
5.2 -0.3 


23:00 
5.8 


S 


Th 


2 


5:12 
—0.2 


11H)7 
4.8 


17.-22 
-0.2 


28:45 
5.7 




S 


2 


5.5 


6:52 

-0.1 


18:05 

4.7 


19:13 
a 2 


'W 
1 , 


3 


5:28 
—0.1 


11:17 17:37 
4.9 —0.1 


23-.67 
5.-« 




F 


3 


6:10 
0.0 


12:10 
4.6 


18:26 
0.0 


. . . 


(C 


M 


3 


1:82 
5.2 


7:60 
0.0 


14:10 
4.6 


20:18 
0.3 


Th 


4 


6:23 
0.2 


12:15 18:35 
4. 6 0. 1 


• • ; 


}> 


8 


4 


0:47 
5.4 


7:12" 
0.2 


18:19 
4.6 


19:28 

0.2 




Tu 


4 


2:35 
6.0 


. 8:50 
0.1 


16:18 
4.9 


21:23 

0.4 


1 F 


6 


1:00 
5.8 


7:26 13:24 
0.4 4.4 


19:41 
0.2 




§ 


5 


1:52 
6.2 


8:15 
0.8 


14:80 
4.5 


20:86 
0.3 


£ 


W 


5 


8:86 
4.8 


9:44 
0.1 


16:11 
6.0 


2222 
0.4 


1 8 


6 


2:08 
5.2 


8:33 14:38 
0.5 4.3 


20:60 
0.2 




M 


6 


2:58 
6.0 


9:16 
0.2 


15:35 
4.7 


21:44 
0.3 




Th 


6 


4:32 

4.7 


10:35 
0.0 


17:04 
5.2 


23:17 
0,4 


Is 


7 


3:15 
5.1 


9:40 15:49 
0.4 4.5 


21:67 
0.1 




Tu 


7 


4.-02 
6.0 


10:15 
0.1 


16:86 
6.0 


22:43 
0.2 




F 


7 


5:23 
4.7 


1122 
-0.1 


17-.60 
6.3 


. . . 


M 


8 


4:20 
5.2 


10:89 16:52 
0.2 4.8 


23:00 
0.0 




W 


8 


6K» 

6.0 


11. -05 
0.0 


17:27 
5.2 


28:88 
0.1 




8 1 8 


0K)5 
0.4 


6:13 
4.7 


12K)7 
—0.2 


18:32 
5.5 


i Tu 

1 


9 


5:20 
5.4 


11:32 17:47 
0.0 5.1 


23:65 
-0.2 


E 


Th 


9 


6:51 
5.0 


11:62 
-0.2 


18:15 
5.4 


. . . 




§ 


9 


0:50 
0.4 


6:54 
4.6 


12:48 
-0.2 


19:13 
5.6 


|w 


10 


6:12 
5.5 


12:20 18:86 
-0.2 5.4 


. . . 




F 


10 


0.-27 
0.0 


6U» 

6.0 


12:87 
-0.8 


18:67 
6.6 


• 


M 


10 


1:29 
0.8 


7:34 
4.6 


1828 
-0.1 


19:48 
5.5 


E Th 


11 


0:45 
-0.3 


7K)0 13:05 
5.5 -0.4 


19:20 
5.6 




8 


11 


1:12 
0.0 


7:19 
5.0 


18:17 
-0.3 


19.88 
5.7 




TUjll 


2:07 
0.8 


8:08 
4.4 


14K)6 
0.0 


2025 
5.5 


o\ F 


12 


1:31 
—0.4 


7:42 13:46 
5.4 -0.5 


20:02 
5.8 


• 


S 


12 


1:52 
0.0 


7:69 
4.8 


18:56 
—0.8 


20:16 
5.7 


A 
N 


W 12 


2:45 
0.8 


8:40 
4.4 


14:46 
0.1 


21:01 
5,4 


' S 


13 


2:15 
-0.4 


8:22 1427 
5.8 -0.5 


20:42 
5.8 




M 


13 


2:82 
0.1 


6aM 
4.7 


14:85 
—0.2 


20:54 
6.6 




Th 13 


3:22 
0.3 


9:12 
4.8 


1521 
0.2 


21:39 
5.4 




S 


14 


2:57 
-0.3 


9:00 15.06 
5.1 —0.4 


21:24 
5.7 




Tu 


14 


8:10 
0.1 


9:06 
4.5 


16:14 
0.0 


21 -JM 
6.4 




F 


14 


4K» 
0.8 


9:47 
4.3 


16K» 
0.4 


22:17 
5,3 




M 


15 


3:88 
-0.1 


9:88 15:47 
4.9 —0.2 


22:02 
5.5 




W 15 


8.50 
0.2 


9:42 
4.4 


15:52 
0.2 


22:09 
6.8 




8 


15 


4:42 
0.8 


1027 
4.8 


16:42 
0.5 


22:57 
5.1 




Tu 


16 


4:18 
0.1 


10:16 16:25 
4.6 0.1 


22:42 
5.8 


A 

N 


Th 


16 


4:80 
0.4 


10:17 
4.8 


16:32 
0.4 


22:48 
5.1 




8 


16 


5.'26 
0.8 


11:10 
4.4 


17:28 
0.6 


28:40 
5.0 


w 


17 


5:00 
0.4 


10:52 17:07 
4.4 0.4 


28:28 
5.0 




F 


17 


5:12 
0.5 


10:56 
4.2 


17:18 
0.6 


23:28 
5.0 




M 


17 


6:10 
0.8 


12:00 
4.6 


18:17 
0.7 


: : : 


A Th 


18 


5:45 
0.6 


11:31 17:51 
4.2 0.6 


. . . 




S 


18 


5:58 
0.5 


11:40 
4.2 


18K)0 
0.8 


■ • • 


3) 


Tu 


18 


026 
4.9 


6:57 

as 


12di7 
4.6 


19:13 
0.7 


!n' f 

1 


19 


0K)7 
4.8 


6:82 12:18 
0.7 4.0 


16:40 
0.8 




8 


19 


0:14 
4.9 


6:46 
0.5 


12:34 
4.2 


18:52 
0.8 




W 


19 


1:16 
4.8 


7:49 
0.2 


18:66 
4.6 


20:13 
0.6 


}>: s 


20 


0:56 
4.7 


7:24 18:12 
0.8 4.0 


19:32 
0.9 


3) 


Ml20 

1 


1:04 
4.8 


7:36 
0.5 


18:81 
4.8 


19:49 
0.8 


£ 


Th 20 


2:18 
4.8 


8:48 
0.1 


14:57 
5.1 


21:16 
0.4 




S 


21 


1:47 
4.6 


8:19 14:11 
0.8 4.0 


20:80 
0.8 




TU|21 


1:67 
4.7 


8:28 
0.4 


14:82 
4.6 


20:49 
0.7 


1 Fl21 


8:10 
4.8 


9:89 
—0.1 


15:56 
5.6 


22:17 
0.1 




M 


22 


2:48 
4.6 


9:11 15:12 
0.6 4.2 


21:28 
0.7 




W 22 


2:54 
4.6 


9:21 
0.2 


1531 
4.9 


21:48 
0.4 




8 


22 


4:10 
4.8 


10:85 
-0.4 


16:54 
6.8 


23:17 
—0.1 


■Tu 


23 


3:89 
4.7 


10:04 16:08 
0. 5 4. 5 


22:23 
0.4 


E 


Th 23 


8:52 
4.9 


10:15 
0.0 


16:27 
5.3 


22:45 
0.1 




8 23 


4.9 


1128 
-0.6 


17:49 
6.1 


. . . 


W 


24 


4:32 
4.9 


10:53 17:00 
0.2 5.0 


28:15 
0.1 




F 


24 


4:45 
6.0 


11:05 
-0.8 


17:20 
5.7 


23:42 
—0.8 


M 24 


0:12 
-0.8 


6:07 
5.1 


1221 
-0.8 


18:43 
6,4 


Th 25 


5:23 
5.2 


11:40 17:49 
—0.2 5.4 


. . . 




s 


25 


6:88 
6.2 


11:65 
-0.6 


18:11 
6.0 


. . . 


OlTu 25 


1K)6 
-0.6 


7«2 
5.2 


18:16 
— LO 


19:40 
8.5 


E F 


26 


0:07 
-0.2 


6:11 12:26 
5.4 -0.5 


18:36 
5.8 




8 


26 


0:32 
—0.5 


6:30 
5.8 


12:45 
-0.8 


19:02 
6.3 


s 


W 26 


2K)0 
—0.6 


7:58 
5.8. 


14:08 
—1.0 


20:30 
6.6 


S 


27 


0:56 
—0.5 


7:00 13:12 
5.5 -0.7 


19:28 
6.1 


O 


M 


27 


1:25 
-0.7 


7:21 
5.8 


18:34 
-0.9 


19:58 
6.6 




Th 27 

1 


2:58 
-0.7 


8:52 
5.8 


15«2 

—0.9 


2123 
6.4 


o s 


28 


1:45 
-0.8 


7:45 13:58 
5.6 -0.8 


20:12 
6.8 


p 


Tu 


28 


2:17 
-0.7 


8:13 
6.3 


14:25 
—0.9 


20:46 
6.5 




F 28 

1 


8:45 
-0.6 


9:47 
6.2 


15:56 
—0.8 


22:18 
6.2 


M 


29 


2:31 
-0.8 


8:31 14:45 
5.5 —0.8 


21:00 
6.3 


s 


W 


29 


8:10 
-0.7 


9:08 
5.2 


15:17 
-0.8 


21'.89 
6.4 




8 29 

1 


4:88 
-0.6 


10:48 
6.2 


16:52 
-0.5 


23:12 
5.9 


P Tu 30 


3:24 
-0.7 


9:20 15:34 
5.8 -0,7 


21:52 
6.2 




Th 


30 


4K)1 
—0.6 


10:00 
6.1 


16:11 
-0.6 


22:34 
6.2 




8 


30 


5:82 
-0.4 


11:48 
6.1 


1751 
-0.2 


. . . 


1 1 
i 1 










F 


31 


4:58 
—0.4 


10:58 
4.9 


17:09 
—0.4 


23:31 
5.9 












1 


The tld 
a comparis 
from Mean 
is 2.6 feet I 
minus v— ) 

The tin 
(a.m.),all 

#, new 
equator; A 


es are placed in the order of occurrence, wl 
on of consecutive heights will Indicate whe 
Low Water, which is the datum of sound! 
)elow mean sea level. To find the depth of 
sign is before the height. In which ca-se sut 
ae used is Eastern Standard, 75th meridian 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m. ) and whe 
r moon; }), Ist quar.; O. full moon; (C. 8d q 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


th their times on the first line and heights c 
ther it is high or low water. The heights. Id 
ngs on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Chai 
ivater, add the tabular height to the soundin 
>tract it. 

W.; OMs midnight. 12b is noon; all houre U 
n diminished by 12 give the times after noon 
uar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


»n the second line of each day: 

feet and tenths, are reckoned 

■ts for this region and which 

^s given on the chart, unless a 

w than 12 are In the forenoon 
; for instance, 16:47 la 8:47 p. m. 
farthest north or south of the 



CHARLESTON (Custom-House Wharf), SOUTH CAROUNA, 1807. 



115 



1 JULY. 1 




AUGUST. 


— 


1 




SKFTE)LB£R. 


1 


Ic Dayof- 


Tlmeund Height nf High atid 
Low^ater. 


3 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of Hlifh ann 
LowWater. 


S 


Day of-. 


Time and Hi?lfhtof High and 
Low Wflti?r. 


S W.Mo. 


W>oj 


W. 


Mo. 
1 


i m' 1 


0:08 
5,6 


flr27 


12:48 
5.0 


18:51 
0.2 




Th 


1 


4.« 


0.1 


14:10 
4.9 


0,7 


±4lB «:60 
4.0 o.e 


15:20 21:38 
4.7 LO 


|Tu 2 


l.in 
5.1 


7r^ 
—0.1 


]3;4.'i 
4.9 


19:53 
0.4 




F 


2 


2:27 
4.4 


»:36 
0.2 


16:07 
4.8 


21:'20 
0.9 


A 


M 


2 


S:45 9:44 
8.9 0.6 


lfi:10 J^i-IA 
4.7 1.0 


W 3 


2K)5 

4.8 


8:16 
0.1 


14:46 
4.9 


20:55 
0.6 


S 


3 


8:26 
4.2 


9:28 
0.3 


16:00 
4.8 


22:18 
1.0 




Tu 


3 


4:35 10:83 
4.0 0.5 


16:67 23:14 
4.8 0.8 


Th 4 


8:04 
4.6 


9:10 
0.1 


15:45 
4.9 


21:56 
0.7 




S 


4 


4.-20 
4.1 


10:20 
0.3 


16:60 
4.9 


28:09 
0.9 




W 


4 


5:20 11:19 
4.1 0.4 


17:40 23^% 
5.0 0.6 


F 5 


4:01 
4.4 


10:02 
0.1 


16:37 
5.0 


22:50 
0.8 


A 


M 


5 


. 6:11 
4.1 


11:06 
0.3 


17:34 
6.0 


23:52 
0.8 




Th 


5 


6:00 12:08 
4.3 0.2 


18:20 . . . 
5.1 . . . 


S 6 


4:55 
4.4 


10:50 
0.1 


17:23 
5.1 


23:89 
0.7 


N 


Tu 


6 


6:65 
4.2 


11:50 
0.2 


18:13 
6.2 






F 


6 


0:86 6:36 
0.2 4.6 


12:45 18:57 | 
0.0 5.3! 


1 S 7 

1 


5:43 
4.3 


11:87 
0.1 


18.-05 
6.3 






W 


7 


0:82 
0.6 


6:33 
4.2 


12:82 
0.1 


18:51 
6.3 


• 


S 


7 


1:15 7:12 
0.0 4.9 


13:25 19:35 
—0.1 6.6 


1 M' 8 


0:23 
0.7 


6:26 
4.3 


12:19 
0.0 


18:45 
6.4 




Th 


8 


1:10 
0.4 


7:07 
4.4 


13:12 
0.1 


19:28 
6.4 




s 


8 


1:63 7:60 
—0.2 5.2 


14.-05 20:18 
—0.2 6.6 


A Tu 9 


1:02 
0.6 


7:06 
4.3 


13:00 
0.0 


19:20 
6.4 


• F 

1 


9 


1:47 
0.2 


7:40 
4.6 


13:61 
0.0 


20K)6 
6.4 


B 


M 


9 


2:80 8:28 
-0.8 6.4 


14:46 20:52 
—0.3 6.6 


N W 10 

• 


1:40 
0.5 


7:40 
4.3 


13:39 
0.1 


19:57 
6.4 




S 


10 


2:25 
0.0 


8:16 
4.7 


14:30 
0.0 


20:41 
6.5 




Tu 


10 


8:10 9:11 
-0.8 5.6 


15:80 21:32 
-0.2 6.4 


Th 11 


2:18 
0.3 


8:11 
4.3 


14:17 
0.1 


20:33 
6.4 




s 


11 


3:02 
-0.1 


8:53 
4.9 


16:10 
0.0 


21 -» 
6.4 




W 


11 


8:61 9:67 
—0.8 6.6 


16:18 22:16 
-0.2 5.2 


F 


12 


2:55 
0.2 


«:44 
4.4 


14:56 
0.2 


21:10 
6.4 




M 


12 


3:40 
—0.1 


9:35 
5.0 


16:61 
0.1 


21:68 
6.3 




Th 


12 


437 10:47 
-0.2 6.5 


17:08 23K)1 
0.0 4.9 


, S 


13 


3:33 
0.1 


9:20 
4.5 


15:34 
0.3 


21:48 
6.3 


E 


Tu 


13 


4:20 
—0.1 


10:19 
6.1 


16:85 
0.1 


22:40 
6.2 




F 


13 


6:25 11:41 
0.0 6.4 


18:05 23:54 
0.2 4.7 


s 


14 


4:12 
0.1 


9:58 
4.6 


16:15 
0.3 


22:27 
5.2 




W 


14 


5:03 
0.0 


11K)7 
5.2 


17:26 
0.2 


28:26 
6.0 


}) 


S 


14 


6:20 12:40 
0.1 6.3 


19:08 . . . 
0.4 .. . 


^^ 


15. 


4:53 
0.1 


10:42 
4.7 


17:00 
0.4 


23.-07 
6.1 




Th 


15 


6:51 
0.0 


12:01 
5.2 


18:21 
0.3 






s 


15 


0:68 7:22 
4.4 0.2 


13:48 20:14 
5.2 0.5 


Tu 16 


5:36 
0.1 


11:32 

4.8 


17:48 
0.5 


23:52 
5.0 


}) 


F 


16 


0:16 

4.8 


6:43 
0.1 


13:02 
5.2 


19:23 
0.4 


8 


M 


16 


2:06 8:30 
4.3 0.2 


14:65 21:20 
6.2 0.5 


E W 17 


6:22 
0.1 


12:27 
4.9, 


18:43 
0.5 






S 


17 


1:12 
4.6 


7:43 
0.1 


14:07 
5.2 


20:30 
0.6 




Tu 


17 


3:20 9:87 
4.4 0.0 


16:02 22:25 
5.3 0.3 


D Th 18 


0:42 
4.8 


7:14* 
0.1 


13:27 
5.0 


19:45 
0.5 




s 


18 


2:17 
4.4 


8:46 
0.0 


15:12 
5.4 


21:36 
0.4 


P 


W 


18 


4:28 10:39 
4.6 -0.2 


nm 23:21 
6.6 0.0 


1 F 19 


1:39 
4.7 


8:10 
0.0 


14:28 
5.2 


20:50 
0.4 




M.19 


8:25 
4.4 


9:49 
-0.2 


16:16 
6.6 


22:38 
0.2 




Th 


19 


5:28 11:88 
5.0 —0.5 


18:00 ... 1 
6.8 .. . 


S 20 


2:38 
4.6 


9:07 
-0.1 


15:32 
5.5 


21:54 
0.3 


s Tu 

1 


20 


4:35 
4.6 


10:50 
-0.4 


17:16 
6.8 


23:37 
0.0 




F 


20 


0:12 6:21 
-0.3 5.8 


12:32 18:50 
-0.7 5.9 


S 21 


3:42 
4.6 


10:08 
—0.3 


16:33 
5.7 


22:55 
0.1 


PjW 


21 


6:38 
4.9 


11:49 
-0.7 


18:12 
6.0 




o 


S 


21 


IKX) 7:10 
-0.6 5.6 


18:22 19:37 
—0.8 6.0 


M 22 


4:48 
4.7 


11:07 
—0.6 


17:31 
6.0 


23:55 
—0.1 




Th 


22 


0:32 
-0.3 


6:33 
5.2 


12:45 
—0.9 


19:05 
6.2 


E 


s 


22 


1:46 7:68 
—0. 7 5. 8 


14:10 20:22 
-0.7 5.8 


s Tu 23 


5:50 
4.9 


12:02 
—0.8 


18:28 
6.3 




o 


F 


23 


1:22 
-0.6 


7:26 
5.6 


13:37 
-LO 


19:57 
6.3 




M 


23 


2:81 8:44 
-0.7 5.9 


14:68 21:07 
-0.6 5.6 


P W 24 


0:50 
-0.4 


6:48 
5.1 


12:69 
—1.0 


19:21 
6.4 


^ s 


24 


2:10 
-0.7 


8:17 
5.6 


14:29 
—0.9 


20:45 
6.2 


Tu'24 

1 1 


3:15 9:30 
-0.6 6.8 


15:46 21:50 
-0.4 5.3 


Th 25 


1:42 
—0.6 


7:42 
5.3 


13:52 
—LI 


20:15 
6.5 


s 


25 


• 2:59 
-0.8 


9:08 
5.7 


15:20 
—0.8 


21:34 
6.0 




w 


25 


4:00 10:16 
-0.4 5.6 


16:31 22:35 
-0.1 4.9 


; F 26 


2:38 
1 -^'^ 


8:35 
5.4 


14:45 
—1.0 


21:05 
6.4 


£ 


M 


26 


3:45 
—0.7 


9:57 
5.6 


16:09 
-0.5 


22:21 
5.6 




Th 


26 


4:45 11:02 
-0.2 5.4 


17:20 23:20 
0.3 4.6 


1 S 27 


3:24 
-0.7 


9:30 
5.4 


15:39 
-0.8 


21:57 
6.1 


Tu 27 


4:32 
-0.6 


10:48 
5.5 


17:00 
—0.2 


23:10 
5.2 




F 


27 


5:32 11:52 
0.2 5.1 


18:10 ... 1 
0.6 .. . 


S 28 


4:15 
—0.7 


10:22 
5.4 


16:33 
-0.5 


22:49 
5.8 


W 28 


5:20 
-0.2 


11:40 
5.3 


17:52 
0.2 


23:59 

4.8 




S 


28 


0:08 6:22 
4.3 0.5 


12:43 19:08 
4.8 0.8 


E M 29 


, 5:04 
-0.5 


11:19 
5.3 


17:28 
—0.2 


23:41 
5.4 


Th 


29 


1 6:11 
1 0.0 


12:32 
5.1 


18:47 
0.5 




^ 


S 


29 


1:00 7:15 
4.0 0.7 


13:37 19:57 
4.6 LO 


Tu 30 


5:55 
—0.3 


12:13 
5.2 


18:23 
0.2 




(C F 


30 

1 


0:50 
4.4 


7:02 
0.3 


13:28 

4.8 


19:42 
0.8 


A M 30 


2:00 8:09 
3.9 0.8 


14:32 20:52 
4.5 LO 


rC W 31 


0:85 
5.0 


6:47 
—0.1 


13:10 
5.0 


19:21 
0.4 


S 31 

1 


1:45 
4.1 


7:57 
0.4 


14:24 
4.7 


20:41 
1.0 


i 






Tt 
a com 
from ! 
2.H fet 
minuH 
! T» 
(a.m. 

• 
equal 


letk 
parl£ 
^lear 
the 

(-) 
letii 
),all 

nev 
it; a 


lea are placed in the onler of occurrence, w 
on of consecutive hei^htH will indicate whe 
I Low Water, which is the datum of soundii 
ow mean sea level. To find the depth of w 
sign is before the height, In which ca.se sul 
ne used is Eastern Standard, 75th meridian 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and wh( 
V moon; ^. 1st quar.: Q. full moon; (£, 3d 
L, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


llh their times on the first line and heights c 
ther it is high or low water. The heights, ii 
igs on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Chart 
ater, add the tabular height to the soundin; 
jtract it. 

W; 0»» is midnight, 12*' is noon; all hours Ici 
m diminished by 12 give the times after nooi 
quar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


m the second line of each day; 

feet and tenths, are reckoned 

s for this region, and which is 

!rs given on the chart, unless a 

» than 12 are in the forenoon 
i; for instance. 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 
farthest north or south of the i 



116 



CHARLE}?Tr^X . ra*tom-Hr«.-e Wharf ., S« H'TH CAROLINA, lf«7 



orroBEK. 



S l^r^jl— 



TiiUK tkztd a«irbt of HJ«rb and 



Tu 


1 






15:24 
4.5 


r 45 
0.9 


W 


2 




XT 


4.6 


W.6 


Th 


Z 


4» 
4.2 


10 46 
0.5 


171* 
4.* 


23:17 
U.4 


F 


4 




0.3 


17 « 
.5.0 


2359 
0-1 


< 


5 


4.V 


12 1< 
0.0 


l-lT. 
5.2 




ft 


6 




C:43 
5.3 


13 <A 
— <».2 


19<ft 


c M 

• 


f 


—0.4 


7:24 
5.6 


1342 
—0.4 


1915 

.x5 


To 


8 


'i<^i 
-^.> 


5. if 


14/7 
—0.5 


»2|-. 
5.5 


W 


9 


2.41 
—0.5 


5.9 


1513 
—0.5 


21 OH 
5..i 


Th 10 


—0.5 


9v> 

i>.9 


16^11 

—0.4 


2153 
5.1 


F 


11 


4 12 

-0.3 


10/* 


1»>-J>4 
—0.1 


22:43 
4.«» 


«% 


12 


5jii 

—0.1 


11:^5 
5.6 


17.51 

0.1 


23:40 
4.6 


e ft 


13 


0.1 


12ri6 
5.3 


1*'>>4 
0.3 


• - • 


P >» 


14 


0:47 
4.4 




13>>3 
5.1 


2P-ui^ 
0.4 


Tu lo 


2 HID 

4.:j 


817 
0.3 


14:42 
5.1 


21 «S 
0.4 


W 


16 


3:15 
4.5 


»'i5 

U.2 


15:*» 
5.1 


£1^ 
0.2 


Th 17 


4iai 
4.7 


10-J9 
0.0 


16:49 
5.3 


*23i«» 
0.0 


F 


18 


5:17 
5.1 


11:27 
— ^J.2 


17.43 
5.4 


•ii:52 
—0.3 


< 


19 


5.4 


12:19 
—0.3 


1K:33 
5.5 


. . . 


E ft 


20 


0>> 
—*). 5 


6>Vi 

5,7 


13:07 
-0.5 


19.1H 
5.5 


^ M 


21 


— «-♦> 


7:3^ 
.>.9 


-0.5 


2UO0 
5.4 


Tu 


22 


■i<>4 
— o.o 


5.9 


14>36 
-0.4 


20:40 
5.2 


W 


23 


2:45 
—0.5 


9:<J3 

5.S 


15:2llj 
-U.2 


21:20 
4.9 


Th 


24 


3.5* 
— Ji.3 


9:45 


16:02 
0.1 


22:00 
4.7 


F 


25 


4:10 
U.O 


lOii** 

5.4 


16:47 
0.3 


22:41 
4.4 


jii 


2#> 


4>>4 

o.;{ 


11:11 
5.1 


17J34 

0.6 


23:2r> 
4.1 


X ft 


27 


5:40 

o.«; 


ll.TH 


l*»:-22 
0.7 




AM 


28 


0:15 
4.0 


6::J1 

o.>* 


12:46 
4.6 


19.13 

O.H 


"l Tu 2if 


1:10 


, 7.24 
0.9 


13:;J9 
4.5 




W 


:^) 


2:11 
3.9 


Hr20 
1.0 


14.32 
4.5 


2HJ0 

o.« 


Th 


31 


3:ijrj 
4.1 


9:r. 

O.H 


15:25 
4.0 


21:.V) 
0.6 



NffVEMBf^R. 



Z W. Mo 



Time and Heurht *A Hicb and 
I»w Wab-r. 



F 1 

S 2 

e ft 3 

M 4 

• Tu 5 

W 6 

Th 7 

F 8 

P .< 9 

ft 10 

M 11 

: Tu 12 

W 13 

Th 14 

F 15 

E :? 16 

ft 17 

M 18 

: Tu 19 

W 20 

Th 21 

F 22 

N S 23 

ft 24 

A M 25 

Tu 2t> 

: W 27 

Th 28 

F *29 

E S 30 



3a»» 
4.4 

4:46 
4.» 

5.32 

:»-3 

—0.4 



3>S 



1011^ 
0.6 

lO.T^ 



11 46 

0.0 



7t.«> 
6.0 

7 45 

6.2 

6.3 

9l.'3 
♦..2 

1015 
6.0 



4-.T0 
—0.2 


1111 
5 .^ 


5tO 
0.0 


12:14 
5.4 


0:41 
4.5 


U.2 


1>V2 
4.5 


H:02 
U.3 


302 
4.7 


9:11 
0.3 


4:Cft 
4.9 


10:15 
0.2 


5«) 
5.2 


11:13 
O.l 


5:.T«> 
.5.5 


12 m 

0.0 


0:12 

—0.4 


6:i6 
5.7 


057 
— C».5 


7:1*^ 
5.9 


-0.5 


7:.V» 
5.9 


2:1H 
-0.4 


5. *v 


2:5h 
-0.2 


9:17 
5.6 


U.l 


5.4 


4:1K 
0.4 


10:3.^ 
5. 2 


5W 
0.6 


11:17 
4.9 


5:47 
O.K 


11 .¥.» 
4.7 


0:20 
4.1 


6:37 


1:19 
4.1 


u.y 


2:17 
4.3 


H::«) 
0. 1* 


3:13 
4.7 


9:> 
U.7 



16 !6 
4.7 

17 -•>4 
4-9 

17 49 

-0.4 

lo'J' 
- *.'- 6 

14i»» 

-0.7 

14. V. 

—i>. 6 

15:47 
—0.5 

16 4<» 
— i».3 



1*^39 

0.1 



14-25 

5.U 

1.5r29 
5.0 

16:311 
5.U 

17 -i5 
5.1 

1^ 13 
5.1 

12:511 
— 4^».l 

13.31 
—U.l 

14:13 
O.u 

14:55 
0.1 

15A5 
t». 2 

16:17 
0.3 

16;.59 
0.4 

17:45 
0.5 

1^:32 

6 

12:4^ 
4.6 

13:*^ 
4.5 

14:34 
4.5 

15::» 
4.7 



22 ;i^ 

V. 3 

23 JI 
— ^'.i 



1*:S3 
5.3 

191* 
5.4 

20t»2 
5.4 



21;$* 

5.1 

22 31 

2S:3J 
4.6 



19 4-J 

o.-J 



21 44 

U.l 

22::> 
—0.1 



I>E«^EMBEIL 



5. 
2l»;19 

4.N 

2U:55 
4.6 

21::^> 
4.5 

22:<I7 
4.3 

22:17 
4.2 

2:i:30 
4.1 



19:20 
0.6 

2v)ll 
0.6 

21:03 
0.4 

21:54 
0.1 



s - 

S W. M... 

ft 1 

M 2 

Tu 3 

W 4 

• Th 5 

1* F 6 

^ S 7 

ft 8 

M 9 

Tu 10 

: w 11 

Th 12 
E F 13 
S 14 
ft 15 
M 16 
Tu 17 
W IS 

: Th 19 

N F 20 

S 21 

A S 22 

M 23 

Tu 24 

\V 25 

Th 26 

: F 27 

E S 28 

ft 29 

M 30 

Tu31 



Timtr aud Heifrhc of HiKh and 
I>>w Water. 



4-at 

5.1 



1^1? 
— 1».9 

1:5(* 

—0.9 



3:4l» 
—0.7 

4:37 
—0.4 

535 
—O.l 

i«rJ7 
4.^ 

1:34 
4.* 

2:41 
4.^ 

3:45 

5.0 

4:40 

5. 2 

5:30 
5.1 

6:16 
. 5.t; 

0:31 
—i}.S 

1:15 
—0.3 

154 



2:32 
—0.1 

3:10 
0.1 

3:4J< 

0.3 



5:10 
0.6 

5:57 
0.7 

0:33 
4.5 

1:30 
4.6 

2:31 
4.9 

3:32 
5.2 

4:90 
5.6 



10ri5 
0.3 

11:17 
0.0 

12.10 

— 4».3 

6 39 
6-2 

7r2f^ 
6.4 

6.5 

9:10 
6.4 

1002 
6.3 

10:58 
5.9 

11:56 
5.6 

6:3^ 
0.1 

7:45 
0.3 

v:.T(2 
0.4 

9:56 
0.4 

10:54 
0.4 

11:47 
0.4 

12::« 
0.3 
6:58 
5.7 

7:37 
5.7 

S:14 
5.6 

h:50 
5.5 

9:27 
5.4 

10.02 
5.3 

10:40 
5.1 

11:20 
4.9 

12Ke 

4.S 

6:.=i0 
0.^ 

7:47 
0.8 

8:50 
0.6 

9:51 
0.4 

10:50 
0.1 



16 22 

4.H 

17:14 
5.0 

1h:05 . . . 

5.1 . . . 
13 «) 1^:V, 



—0.2 

.S:;:i 

—0.5 



13:50 
—0.6 

14:40 
-O.T 

15:33 

—0.6 

16r26 
-0.5 

17 21 
—0.3 

18:20 

—0.1 

12:5H 

5.2 

14.1» 
5.0 

15.«» 
4.8 

16Kr7 
4.7 

17:54 
4.7 

IHiiO 
4.7 

13:17 
0.3 

13:54 

0.3 

14:32 

0.2 

15:10 
0.2 

15:49 
0.2 

16:27 
0.3 

17:0^ 

0.3 

17:50 
0.3 

18:35 
0.4 

12:50 
4.7 

13:43 
4.6 

14:41 
4.6 

15:42 
4.6 

16:42 
4.8 



5.3 

2lt:3.5 
•5 "2 

21:27 
5.1 

22r22 

5.0 

2ir22 
4.y 



ly:l^ 

11. 

2i):h 
0.1 

2116 

0.1 
2i:lO 

-0.1 

23:l> 

-O.o 



2(.>::M 

4.4 

•JI:;?* 
4.4 

22:1-2 
4.3 



•23:*' 
4.4 



19:24 

U.4 

20:1^ 

11.2 

21:14 
O.U 

22;li' 

-4J.2 

23:iV» 
-O.i 



The tidt*« are plate*! in the *>rier of recurrence, with their times on the first line and heights on the second line of each day; 
a compari-on of conj-e<utive heJi?ht.«« will indicate whether it is high or low water. The heijfhts, in feel and tenths, are reckoiu-jl 
from .M«-«n I>»w Water, which is the datum of soiindingv on the C<WL«t and Geodetic Survey Chart* for this region, and whit'hi*' 
2.6 Un't N-Iow mean M-a h-vcl. To find the depth of water, add the tabular height to the soundings given on the chart, unless* 
niinu>^ '' — ) ••ign !•» U'fore the heiifht. in which ca.se subtract it. 

The time u.M-d in Eastern Standard. 75th meridian \V: 0»« is midnight, 12>» is noon; all hours less than 12 are in the fon.'m«>ii 
(a. m. ., all ku-hUst are in the aftemorm ip. m. i and when diminished by 12 give the times c.fter noon; for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 

0. new moon: Z ■ ^^ qoar; Z^. full moon; ^. 3d quar.; E, moon on the equator; N. S, moon farthest north or sout*i of the 
e^iuator; A, P. moon in ap^ee or perigee. 



SAVANNAH KNTRANCE (Tybee Igtand Light), GEORGIA, 1907. 



117 





JANUARY. 

Time and Height of Hi 
Low Water. 




FEBRUARY. 




MAit< 11. 


1 
n of High and 


c Day of— 


^h and 


;^ 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


S W. Mo J UtWrlS 


S W.Mo. 


W. Mo. 

A _ 


Tu' 1 


1:25 
0.5 


7:35 • 14:02 
7.0 0.2 


19:53 
6.9 


~J\r 


2:^25 
0.1 


8:34 
7.1 


15:00 
-0.2 


•20:58 
6.6 




F' 1 


1:25 7:30 
—0.3 7.2 


13:51 19:63 
-0.4 7.1 


w; 2 


2:05 
0.5 


8:14 14:42 
7. 0. 1 


•20:34 
6.0 




S 1 2 

1 


3:06 
0.1 


9:16 
6.9 


15:40 
—0.1 


21:44 
6.7 


£ 


S ' 2 


2:06 8:14 
-0.4 7.2 


14:30 20:36 
—0.4 7.2 


Th 3 


2:42 
0.6 


8:55 15:24 
6.8 0.1 


21:18 
6.0 


e| S 3 


3:55 
0.2 


10:04 
6.7 


16:22 
0.1 


22:33 
6.7 


S ' 3 


2:50 9:00 
-0.3 7.1 


16:12 21:20 
—0. 3 7. 2 


F 4 


3:25 
0.6 


9:40 16:08 
6.7 0.2 


22:06 
6.1 


|M 4 


4:47 
0.3 


10:55 
6.5 


17:14 
0.2 


•23:-25 
6.7 


M 4 


3:40 9:44 
—0.2 6.8 


15:58 22:07 ' 
-0. 1 7. 1 1 


S 5 


4:12 
0.7 


10:25 16:54 
6.5 0.3 


22:56 
6.3 


cc'tu 5 


5:46 
0.4 


11:50 
6.2 


18:10 
0.3 




Tu 5 


4:30 iO:?A 
0.0 6.5 


16:48 28:00 '' 
0. 1 6. 9 


S 6 


5:08 
0.7 


11:17 17:45 
6. 3 0. 3 


•23:52 
6.4 


VV 6 


0.-25 
6.7 


6:51 
0.5 


12:52 
5.9 


19:10 
0.3 


W 6 


5:30 11:30 
0.3 6.1 


17:45 . . . 
0.3 .. . 


I '' 7 


6:09 
0.7 


12:15 18:40 
6.1 0.3 




Th' 7 

1 ' 


i:;« 

6.8 


8:00 
0.5 


13:58 
6.9 


20:15 
0.1 


€ Th 


7 


0:03 6:35 
6.8 0.5 


12:34 18:50 
5.8 0.4 


Tu 8 


0:52 
6.6 


7:15 13:18 
0. 6 6. 1 


19:37 
0.2 




F' 8 


2:35 
7.0 


9:10 
0.3 


15:05 
6.0 


21:20 
-0.1 


s F 


8 


1:10 7:45 
6.7 0.6 


13:12 20:00 
5.8 0.3 


W 9 


1:5.1 
6.8 


8;21 14:21 
0.4 6.1 


•20:39 
0.0 


s S 9 


3:39 
7.^2 


10:12 
0.0 


16:08 
6.3 


22:20 
—0.5 


P. S 


9 


2:16 8:55 
6.7 0.5 


14:51 21K)7 
5. 9 0. 1 


Th 10 


2:55 
7.1 


9:25 16:26 
0.1 6.2 


21:38 
—0.3 


I^ s 1 10 


4:38 
7.6 


11:08 
-0.3 


17:06 
6.6 


23:18 
-0.8 


§ 


10 


3:'24 9:57 
6.9 0.1 


15:68 22:10 
6.3 -0.3 


F 11 


3:55 
7.5 


10:26 16:22 
-0.2 6.5 


•22:36 
-0.7 


M 11 


5:34 
7.9 


12:00 
—0.7 


18:00 
7.0 






M 


11 


4:24 10:63 
7.2 —0.3 


16:56 28:07 
6.7 -0.6 


^ S , 12 


4:52 
7.9 


11:23 17:20 
-0.5 6.7 


•23:30 
—0.9 


• Tu 12 


0:14 
-1.0 


6:'24 
8.0 


12:60 
—0.9 


18:53 
7.2 




Tu 12 


5:17 11:42 
7.5 —0.6 


17:46 . . . 
7.1 .. . 


s S|l3. 


5:46 

8.2 


12:15 18:14 
—0.8 6.9 




W 13 


1:06 
-LI 


7:14 

8.1 


13:36 
—1.1 


19:40 
7.4 


VV 13 


0:00 6:10 
-0. 9 7. 7 


12:30 18:35 ' 
-0.9 7.4 


• M 14 


0:'25 
—1.1 


6:38 13:06 
8.3 -1.0 


19:06 
7.1 




Th 14 


1:55 
—1.1 


8:02 
7.9 


14:22 
-LO 


20:-28 
7.4 


• Th 

1 


14 


0:.50 6:56 
— LO 7.7 


18:14 19:18 ' 
-0.9 7.6 


Tu 15 


1:18 
—1.2 


7:30 13:68 
8.3 —1.0 


19:58 
7.2 




F 15 


2:43 
—0.8 


8:50 
7.6 


15:08 
—0.8 


21:15 
7.3 


E, F 


15 


1:36 7:42 
-0.9 7.6 


13:56 20:02 
—0.9 7.6 


W 16 i 


2:10 
—1.0 


8:20 14:46 
8.1 —1.0 


•20:50 
7.2 


E 


S 16 


3::W 
—0.5 


9:36 
7.2 


15:52 
-0.5 


22:00 
7.0 


B/ 


16 


2:20 8:^25 
-0. 7 7. 4 


14:38 20:46 
—0.7 7.4 


;Th 17 


3:00 
-0.8 


9:12 15:36 
7. 7 —0. 8 


21:42 
7.0 




S 17 


4:20 
—0.1 


10:'20 
6.7 


16:38 
-0.1 


22:46 
6.7 




S 


17 


3:02 9:05 
-0.6 7.0 


16:16 21:26 
-0.3 7.1 


F 18 


3:56 
-0.4 


10:(M 16:26 
7.3 -0.6 


•22:35 
6.8 


Lm 18 


6:10 
0.4 


11:09 
6.2 


17:25 
0.3 


23:35 
6.4 




^I 


18 


8:46 9:46 

—0.1 6.5 


15:58 22:07 
0. 1 6. 8 


E S 1<) 


4:50 
0.0 


10:56 17:15 
6. 8 -0. 2 


23:*26 
6.6 


D Tu 19 


6:00 
0.8 


11:58 
5.8 


18:15 
0.6 




Tu 19 


4:30 10:30 
0. 4 6. 


16:42 22:51 
0.5 6.4 


S 20 


5:45 
0.4 


11:50 18:05 
6. 3 0. 1 




W 1 20 


0:'25 
6.1 


6:56 
LI 


12:50 
5.4 


19:06 
0.8 


W 1 20 

1 


5.-20 11:14 
0.8 5.6 


17:28 23:39 ' 
0.9 6.0 


D M 21 


0:17 
6.4 


6:44 12:42 
0. 7 6. 


19:00 
0.3 


A Th 21 


1:*20 
6.0 


7:53 
1.3 


13:46 
6.2 


20:00 
1.0 


ATh|21 


6:10 12:05 
1.1 5.3 


18:19 . . . 
1.2 .. . 


Tu 22' 


1:12 
6.2 


7:40 13:39 
0.9 5.0 


19:52 
0.5 


! F 22 


2:14 
5.9 


8:60 
1.3 


14:45 
5.1 


20:58 
0.9 


N F 22 


0:30 7:06 
5.8 1.3 


13:00 19:15 
5.1 L3 


\V 23 


2:06 
6.1 


8:39 14:34 
1.0 5.4 


'20:44 
0.6 


N S 23 


8:06 
6.0 


9:44 
1.1 


15:38 
5.2 


•21:50 
0.8 


S 


23 


1:25 8:05 
5.7 L3 


14:00 20:16 
6.1 1.3 


Th 24 


3:00 
6.2 


9:32 15:27 
1.1 5.3 


•21:35 
0.6 


S 24 


'6M 
6.2 


10:30 
0.9 


16:26 
5.5 


22:36 
0.6 




H 


24 


2:*20 8:58 
5.8 1.1 


14:58 '21:12 
6.3 LO 


A F 25 


3:46 
6.3 


10:20 16:15 
1.0 5.4 


•22:'23 
0.6 


M 25 


4:42 
6.5 


11:14 
0.5 


17:10 

5.8 


•23:20 
0.3 




M 25 


8:16 9:50 
6.0 0.8 


15:50 22:05 
5. 6 0. 7 


S 26 


4:30 
6.5 


11:05 17:00 
0.8 5.5 


•23:06 
0.4 


Tu 26 


5:'26 
6.7 


11:55 
0.2 


17:51 
6.2 




Tu 26 

1 


4:10 10:40 
6.3 0.4 


16:38 22:52 
6.1 0.3 


N S 27 


5:14 
6.6 


11:46 17:45 
0.6 5.7 


•23:48 
0.3 


W 27 


0:02 
0.1 


6:10 
7.0 


12:32 
—0.1 


18:30 
6.5 


W 


27 


5:00 11:'20 
6. 7 0. 1 


17:22 23:36 
6.6 —0.1 1 


M 28 , 


5:55 
6.8 


12:25 18:18 
0. 3 5. 9 




O Th 28 


0:44 
—0.1 


6:48 
7.2 


13:10 
-0.3 


19:12 

6.8 


iTh 

1 


28 


5:43 12:00 
7.0 —0.3 


18:05 ... 1 
7.0 ... 1 


O Tu 29 


0:26 
0.2 


6:34 13:02 
7.0 0.1 


18:.)6 
6.1 


j 










2 "^ 


29 


0:20 6:28 
-0.4 7.2 


12:42 18:46 
—0.6 7.3 1 


W 30 


1:05 
0.2 


7:10 13:40 
7.1 0.0 


19:34 
6.3 


' 










s 

1 


30 


1:02 7:10 
-0.6 7.4 


13:24 19:30 
—0.6 7.6 


Th 31 

The tid 
rt coinpari."* 
from Mean 
3. 4 feel bel 
minus (— ) 

The tin 
(a.m.). all 

#, new 
e<inuior: A 


1:45 7:52 14:18 
0. 1 7. 1 --0. 1 

es are placed in the ordc 
on of consecutive height 

Low Water, which i.s th 
[>w mean sea level. To 
sign is before the heigh 
le use<l is Central Stand 
greater are in the aflem 

moon: ]i). Ist quar.; Q. 
. P, moon in apogee or i 


•20:15 
6.4 


' 


h their t 
ther it is 
igs on the 
utcr. add 
>tract it. 
W.; 0»» is 
>n dimini 
uar.; E, i 








S 


31 


1:48 7:55 
-0.8 7.3 


14:05 20:12 ; 

—0. 6 7. 7 ! 


r of occurrence, wit 
«s will indicate whe 
e datum of .«oundii 
rtnd the depth of w 
t, in which case .sut 
ird, 90th meridian 
oon(p. m. )and whc 
full moon; v^, 3d q 
lerigee. 


mes on the first line and heig 

ligh or low water. The heigh 

Coast and Geodetic Survey C 

the tabular height to the sour 

midnight, 1*2>» is noon; all hot 
shed by 12 give the times after i 
noon on the e<iualor: N, S, m 


htsc 
ts, ir 
hart 
idin 

irs i 
lotjn 
K>n 


m the second line of each day; 
1 feet and tenths, arc reckoned 
s for this region, and which is 
gs given on the chart, unless a 

L'ss tlian 12 are in the forenoon 
; for instance. 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. ; 
farthest north or south of the 


_ — _ 


— . - 





— _ ^ 


— 


— 










- -'! 



118 



SAVANNAH ENTRANCE (Tybee Island Light), GEORGIA, 1907. 



APRIL. 


MAY. 1 


JUNE. 


S 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of Righ and 
Low Water. 


S 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


S 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


W. 


Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 




M 


1 


2:84 
-0.7 


8:38 
7.1 


14:50 
-0.6 


21:00 
7.6 




W 


1 


3:10 
-0.7 


9K)9 
6.7 


1620 
-0.4 


21:88 
7.6 




8 


1 


• 4:46 
—0.8 


10:50 
6.4 


17KB 
0.1 


23:1?^ 
7.1 


P 


Tu 


2 


3:24 
—0.5 


9:25 
6.8 


15:36 
-0.2 


21:50 
7.4 


S 


Th 


2 


4K» 
-0.4 


10:02 
6.4 


16:14 
0.0 


22:80 
7.3 


c 


8 


2 


6:46 
—0.1 


11:54 
6.8 


18:09 
0.3 






W 


3 


4:16 
—0.2 


10:15 
6.4 


16:28 
0.1 


22:45 
7.1 




F 


3 


5K)2 
0.0 


11 K» 
6.2 


17:16 
0.8 


23:31 
6.9 




M 


3 


0:17 
6.6 


6:46 
0.0 


12:57 
6.3 


19:1^ 
U.4 




Th 


4 


6:14 
0.1 


11:15 
6.1 


17:28 
0.3 


23:45 
6.8 


C 


8 


4 


6:^ 
0.2 


12:10 
6.0 


18:24 
0.4 


. . . 




Tu 


4 


1:24 
6.4 


7:47 
0.1 


13:58 
6.4 


O.t 


S 


F 


5 


6:20 
0.4 


12:20 

5.8 


18:35 
0.5 






» 


5 


037 
6.6 


7:10 
0.3 


1320 
6.1 


19:87 
0.4 


E 


W 


5 


229 
6.8 


8:43 
0.0 


14:56 
6.6 


21 r- 
: 




S 


6 


0:S2 
6.6 


7:30 
0.5 


13:32 
5.8 


19:48 
0.4 




M 


6 


1:46 
6.4 


8:15 
0.2 


14.-26 
6.8 


20:44 
0.8 




Th 


6 


825 

6.3 


9:36 
-0.1 


15:49 
6.8 


22:17 
O.J 




s 


7 


2:04 
6.6 


8:36 
0.4 


14:42 
6.0 


20:66 
0.2 




Tu 


7 


2:51 
6.6 


9:13 
0.1 


16:23 
6.6 


21:46 
0.1 




f 


7 


4:18 
6.8 


10:24 
—0.2 


16:37 
7.0 


23 i» 

0.: 




M 


8 


3:10 
6.7 


9:38 
0.1 


15:45 
6.4 


22K)0 
-0.1 




W 


8 


3:63 
6.6 


lOKW 
-0.2 


16:15 
6.9 


22:39 
—0.1 




8 


8 


5.-04 
6.3 


11:10 
—0.3 


17:20 
7.2 


23.4* 

0.1 




Tu 


9 


4:10 
6.9 


10:32 
-0.2 


16:40 
6.9 


22:56 
—0.4 


E 


Th 


9 


4:44 

6.8 


10:55 
-0.4 


17K« 
7.2 


23:26 
-0.3 




» 


9 


6:47 
6.2 


11:49 
-0.2 


18K» 
7.2 






W 


10 


6:05 
7.2 


1122 
—0.5 


17:80 
7.2 


23:45 
-0.6 




F 


10 


6:80 
6.8 


11:87 
-0.6 


17:46 
7.4 


• ; • 


• 


M 


10 


0:28 
0.1 


6:26 
6.1 


12:31 
-0.1 


1VS7 


E 


Th 


11 


5:55 
7.8 


12:05 
-0.7 


18:18 
7.4 






S 


11 


0:11 
-0.4 


6:12 
6.7 


1220 
-0.5 


18:27 
7.4 




Tu 


11 


0.1 


7K« 
6.0 


IS^^ 


I9:i:. 
7.1 


• 


F 


12 


0:82 
-0.8 


6:36 
7.8 


12:46 
-0.8 


18:56 
7.6 


• 


» 


12 


0:58 
-0.3 


6:50 
6.6 


12:50 
—0.4 


19:08 
7.4 


A 
N 


W 


12 


1:42 
0.2 


7:87 
6.9 


13:45 
0.3 


19/.! 




S 


13 


1:16 
-0.8 


7:18 
7.2 


13:26 
-0.7 


19:34 
7.6 




M 


13 


1:81 
—0.2 


727 
6.4 


13:87 
—0.2 


19:41 
7.2 




Th 


13 


2:19 
0.3 


8:10 
6.8 


14:20 

0.6 


20:27 
6.- 




s 


14 


1:56 
-0.6 


7:65 
6.9 


14:05 
-0.5 


20:12 
7.3 




Tu 


14 


2:08 
0.0 


8.-04 
6.2 


14:12 
0.1 


20:20 
7.0 




F 


14 


2:55 
0.4 


8:47 
5.7 


14:S.S 

0.8 


21 « 
6.6 




M 


15 


2:35 
—0.8 


8:83 
6.6 


14:42 

-0.1 


20:50 
7.1 




W 


15 


2:46 
0.2 


8:89 
6.9 


14:47 
0.6 


20:56 
6.7 




8 


15 


3:35 
0.4 


927 
6.7 


15JM 
0.9 


214* 




Tu 


16 


8:15 
0.1 


9:12 
6.2 


15:22 
0.8 


2128 
6.7 


A 
N 


Th,16 


3:28 
0.4 


9:15 
5.7 


16:25 
0:8 


21:35 
6.5 




8 


16 


4:18 
0.6 


10:12 
6.7 


16:18 
1.1 


22:33 
6.3 




W 


17 


3:55 
0.4 


9:60 
5.8 


16:00 
0.7 


22:10 
6.4 




F 


17 


- 4:06 
0.6 


9:56 
5.5 


16Kft 
1.1 


22:17 
6.2 




M 


17 


5K)2 
0.6 


11:02 
6.8 


17:10 
1.1 


23rJl 

6,: 


A 


Th; 18 


4:38 
0.8 


10:82 
5.5 


16:48 
1.1 


22:54 
6.1 




S 


18 


4:61 
0.8 


10:42 
5.4 


16:50 
1.3 


28.-06 
6.0 


D 


Tu 


18 


5:52 
0.6 


11:58 
5.9 


18:10 
1.0 




N 


F 'l9 


5:2') 
1.0 


11:20 
5.3 


17:30 
L3 


23:44 
6.8 




s 


19 


5:40 
0.9 


11:86 
5.4 


17:46 
L4 


23:58 
6.9 




W 


19 


0:18 
6.0 


6:46 
0,6 


12:56 
6.2 


19-12 
0.^ 


}) 


S 


20 


6:17 
1.1 


12:18 
5.1 


18:30 
1.4 




D 


M 


20 


6:82 
0.9 


12:85 
5.5 


18:48 
1.8 




E 


Th 


20 


1:18 
6.0 


7:42 
0.4 


13:54 
6.5 


3&:> 

O.h 




s 


21 


0:38 
5.7 


7:15 
1.1 


13:18 
5.2 


19-32 
1.4 




Tu 


21 


0:56 
5.9 


7:29 
0.8 


13:36 
5.8 


19:61 
1.1 




F 


21 


2:20 
6.1 


8:89 
0.1 


14:50 
6.9 


21.1» 
('.2 




M 


22 


1:40 
5.8 


8:18 
1.0 


14:20 
5.5 


20:32 
1.1 




W 


22 


1:56 
6.0 


8:24 
0.6 


14:32 
6.8 


20:52 
0.7 




8 


22 


3:18 
6.3 


9:35 
-0.2 


15:49 

7.4 


22:17 




Tu 


23 


2:38 
6.0 


9:05 
0.7 


15:12 
5.9 


21:28 
0.7 


E 


Th 23 


2:56 
6.2 


9:17 
0.2 


1525 
6.T 


21:49 
0.2 




S 


23 


4:16 
6.6 


10:29 
-0.6 


16:43 

7.8 


23::J 




W 


24 


3:35 
6.2 


9:56 
0.3 


16:04 
6.4 


22:20 
0.2 




F 24 


3:52 
6,5 


10:08 
-0.2 


16:16 
7.2 


22:42 
-0.8 




M 


24 


6:10 
6.7 


1122 
—0.8 


17:37 
8.2 




Th 25 


4:26 
6.6 


10:45 
-0.1 


16:50 
6.9 


23:10 
-0.2 




8 25 


4:43 
6,8 


10:58 
-0.6 


17:08 
7.7 


23:34 
-0.7 


9 


Tu 


25 


0:06 
-0.8 


6.-02 
6.9 


12:13 
—1.0 


l»<r> 
^.4 


E F 26 


5:15 
7.0 


11:30 
—0.5 


17:35 
7.4 


23:55 
-0.7 




» 


26 


5:34 
7.0 


11:45 
-0.8 


17:57 
8.1 




S 


W 


26 


0:56 
-0.9 


6:55 
7.1 


13.^ 
—1.1 


19:3« 
8.4 


1 S 


27 


6:00 
7.2 


12:14 
-0.7 


18:20 
7.8 


. . . 


O 


M 


27 


0:23 
-0.9 


6:21 
7.1 


12:33 
-0.9 


18:45 
8.3 




Th 


27 


1:47 
-LO 


7:47 

7.1 


13:57 
—1.0 


20:11 


o;s 


28 


0:43 
—1.0 


6:45 
7.3 


13:00 
-0.9 


19:06 
8.1 


r 


Tu 28 


1:12 
-1.0 


7:10 
7.1 


13:22 
-0.9 


19:35 
8.3 




F 


28 


2:39 
—1.0 


8:40 
7.0 


14:60 
—0.8 


21.-Ufi 


!m 29 


1:28 
—1.0 


7:80 
7.2 


13:45 
—0.8 


19:53 
8,1 


s 


W 


29 


2KS 
-1.0 


8K)I 
7.0 


14:11 
-0.8 


20:26 
8.2 




8 


29 


8:31 

—0.8 


9:35 
6.9 


15:46 
—0.5 


21:5e^ 

7.b 


P Tu SO 


2:20 
-0.9 


8:18 
7.0 


14:80 
-0.6 


20:42 
7.9 




Th 


30 


2:55 
—0.8 


8:58 
6.8 


15:04 
-0.6 


21:20 

7.8 




S 


30 


424 
—0.6 


10:31 
6.8 


16:45 
—0.2 


22-M 
7.1 




1 










f|31 


3:49 
-0.5 


9:50 
6.6 


16.-01 

—0.2 


22:16 
7.4 
















The ti<3 

a comparis 

, from Mean 

3.4 feet bel 

minus ( -) 

The tiE 
(a.m.;, all 

1 •, nev 
equator; A 


es are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
on of con.'iecutlve heights will indicate whe 
Low Water, which is the datum of soundin 
ow mean soa level. To find the depth of wt 
nigii is before the height, in which case sub 
ae u.*<ed is Central Standard, 90th meridian 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and whe 
V moon; ]), 1st quar.; Q, full moon; cC, 3d < 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


th their times on the flrst line and heights c 
ther it is high or low water. The heights, in 
gs on the Coast and Oeo<letic Survey Chart 
Iter, add the tabular height to the soundlnf 
tract it. 

W.: 0»» is midnight, 12»» i;» noon; all hours le 
n diminished by 12 give the times after nooi 
luar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


n the second line of each day: 

feet and tenths are reckoned 

» for this region, and which 15 

^ given on the chart, uxilev * 

ss than 12 are in the forenooD 
1 ; for Instance, 16:47 is 3:47 p. m. 
farthest north or south of the 



SAVANNAH ENTRANCE (Tybee Island Light), GEORGIA, 1907. 



119 



' JULY. 

1 


AUGUST. 


SEPTEMBER. 1 


^:e 


Dayof- 


Time and Heisht of High and 
Low Water. 


:^ 


Day of— 


Time and Helffht of High and 
Low Water. 


S 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


W. 


Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 




M 


1 


6:20 11:80 
—0.4 6.7 


17:47 
0.2 


28:64 
6.7 




Th 


1 


0:18 
6.2 


6:86 
0.2 


12:46 
6.4 


19:16 
0.7 




s 


1 


1-32 7-50 
5.3 0.9 


13:68 
6.0 


20:36 
1.2 


S 


Tu 


2 


6:15 12:27 
—0.1 6.5 


18:50 
0.4 


. . . 




F 


2 


1:16 
6.8 


7:28 
0.4 


13:45 
6.3 


20:17 
LO 


N 

A 


M 


2 


2:32 8:45 
5.2 0.9 


14:54 
5.9 


21:30 
1.2 


i w 

' 1 


3 


0:56 7:12 
6.8 0.0 


13:26 
6.5 


19:53 
0.5 




S 


3 


2:14 
5.5 


8:24 
0.5 


14:40 
6.3 


21:14 
1.0 




Tu 


3 


8:30 9-38 
5.3 0.9 


15:46 
6.1 


22:20 
1.0 


;Th 4 


1:56 8:08 
6.1 0.1 


1425 
6.5 


20:52 
0.6 




s 


4 


sao 

5.4 


9:20 
0.5 


15:34 
6.3 


22:08 
1.0 




W 


4 


4:18 10:25 
5.4 0.7 


16:32 
6.3 


23:02 
0.7 




F 


5 


2:52 9M 
5.9 0.1 


16:18 
6.6 


21:48 
0.6 


A 


M 


5 


4:04 
5.4 


10:10 
0.5 


16:20 
6.4 


22:55 
0.8 




Th 


5 


6.-00 1110 
5.8 0.4 


17:14 
6.5 


23:42 
0.8 




S 


6 


8:46 9:52 
5.8 0.1 


16:07 
6.7 


22:89 
0.6 


N 


Tu 


6 


4:60 
5.5 


10:65 
0.4 


17KJ5 
6.6 


23-35 
0.6 




F 


6 


6-40 11:50 
6.1 0.2 


17-55 
6.8 


. . . , 




s 


7 


AM 10:40 
6.8 0.1 


16:52 
6.8 


28:23 
0.5 




W 


7 


6:32 
6.7 


11:40 
0.3 


17:46 
6.7 


. . . 


• 


S 


7 


0:18 6:16 
0.0 6.4 


12:80 
0.0 


18:34 1 
7.0 


1 


M 


8 


6.-20 11:22 
5.8 0.1 


17;82 
6.9 


• • • 




Th 


8 


0:12 
0.4 


6:10 
5.8 


12:18 
0.8 


18:22 
6.9 




s 


8 


0:55 6:55 
-0.2 6.8 


18:08 
-0.2 


19:14 
7.1 


'A 
N 


Tu 


9 


0:08 6:00 
0.5 6.8 


12:05 
0.1 


18:12 
6.9 


• 


F 


9 


0:50 
0.2 


6:45 
6.1 


12:56 
0.2 


19:00 
7.0 


E 


M 


9 


1:30 7:34 
-0.3 7.0 


13:47 
-0.3 


19:54 
7.2 


• 


W 


10 


0:41 6:85 
0.4 5.8 


12:42 
0.2 


18:49 
7.0 




8 


10 


1:26 
0.1 


7:20 
6.2 


13:31 
0.2 


19:38 
7.0 




Tu 


10 


2:08 8:12 
—0.3 7.2 


14:29 
—0.3 


20:35 
7.1 




Th 


11 


1:18 7:10 
0.8 5.9 


18:19 
0.3 


19:25 
7.0 




» 


11 


2:04 
—0.1 


8:00 
6.4 


14:10 
0.2 


20:15 
7.0 




W 


11 


2:47 8:55 
—0.2 7.2 


16:12 
-0.2 


21.17 
6.8 


1 


F 12 


1:52 7:46 
0.2 5.9 


18:55 
0.4 


20:02 
6.9 




M 


12 


2:38 
—0.1 


8:39 
6.6 


14:47 
0.2 


20:57 
6.9 




Th 


12 


8U» 9:40 
-0.1 7.1 


16:00 
0.0 


22:06 
6.6 




8 


13 


2:29 8:21 
0.2 6.0 


14:32 
0.5 


20:40 
6.8 


E 


Tu 


13 


8:15 
0.0 


9n20 
6.7 


16:80 
0.2 


21:40 
6.7 




F 


13 


4:17 10:80 
0.1 7.0 


16:66 
0.2 


22:66 
6.2 


, 


S 


14 


8:06 9K)1 
0.2 6.1 


15:11 
0.6 


21:22 
6.7 




W 


14 


3:58 
0.1 


10K)5 
6.8 


16:20 
0.3 


22:28 
6.5 


}) 


S 


14 


6:10 11:28 
0.3 6.8 


17:58 
0.6 


23:66 
6.9 


1 


M 


15 


8:46 9:45 
0.2 6.2 


16:68 
0.7 


22:05 
6.5 




Th 


15 


4:46 
0.2 


10:56 
6.7 


17:15 
0.4 


23.-08 
6.2 




» 


15 


6:10 12:32 
0.6 6.7 


19K)6 
0.6 


. . . 


1 


Tu 


16 


429 10:83 
0.3 6.2 


16:42 
0.7 


22:82 
6.3 


D 


F 


16 


6:86 
0.3 


11:50 
6.7 


18:15 
0.6 


. . . 


S 


M 


16 


1:02 7:20 
5.8 0.6 


13:40 
6.6 


20:16 
0.6 


£ 


W 


17 


6:17 11:25 
0.4 6.4 


17:89 
0.7 


28:43 
6.1 




S 


17 


0:15 
6.0 


6:35 
0.4 


12:54 
6.7 


19:22 
0.6 




Tu 


17 


2:15 8:32 
5.8 0.3 


14:46 
6.8 


21:22 ! 
0.3 


D 


Th 


18 


6:10 12.-20 
0.4 6.5 


18:42 
0.7 


: : : 




» 


18 


1:20 
5.8 


7:40 
0.8 


14:00 
6.8 


20:80 
0.5 


P 


W 


18 


3:24 939 
6.2 -0.1 


15:62 
7.1 


22:21 
-0.1 




F 


19 


0:44 7K)7 
6.0 0.3 


13:20 
6.7 


19:48 
0.6 




M 


19 


2:80 
5.9 


8:48 
0.1 


15K)5 
7.1 


21:38 
0.2 




Th 


19 


4:25 10:40 
6.6 —0.6 


16:60 
7.4 


23:15 
—0.6 i 




8 


20 


1:45 8:07 
6.0 0.2 


14:22 
6.9 


20:64 
0.4 


s 


Tu 


20 


8:36 
6.1 


9:60 
-0.3 


16K)6 
7.4 


22:89 
-0.2 




F|20 


5:18 11:84 
7.1 -0.9 


17:42 
7.7 




\ 


S 


21 


2:60 9:06 
6.1 -0.1 


15.-24 
7.3 


21:65 
0.1 


p 


W 


21 


4:86 
6.5 


10:50 
—0.7 


17:04 
7.7 


23:34 
-0.6 


O 


S 21 


0:03 6:09 
-0.9 7.5 


12:25 
-1.1 


18:83 

7.8 1 




M 


22 


8:53 10:06 
6.3 -0.4 


16:28 
7.7 


22:55 
—0.3 




Th 


22 


6:32 
6.9 


11:46 
-1.0 


17:58 
8.0 


• • • 


£ 


S 22 


0:50 6:66 
-1.0 7.7 


13:12 
—1.1 


1918 i 
7.8 1 


s 


Tu 


23 


4:60 11K)3 
6.6 -0.8 


17:20 
8.0 


23:49 
—0.6 


o 


F 23 


0:25 
-0.9 


6:25 
7.3 


12:38 
—1.2 


18:60 
8.1 




M,23 


1:32 7-38 
—1. 1 7. 8 


14:00 
-1.0 


20:02 1 
7.6 


p 

O 


W 


24 


5:47 11:58 
6.9 —1.0 


18:12 
8.3 


: : : 




S 


24 


1:10 
—1.1 


7:15 
7.6 


13:30 
—1.3 


19:as 

8.1 




Tu 24 


2:16 8:23 
—0. 9 7. 7 


14-43 
—0.8 


20:48 
7.2 


' Th 


25 


0:41 6:40 
—0.9 7.1 


12:51 
—1.2 


19:05 

8.4 




s 


25 


2:00 
—1.2 


8:(M 
7.2 


14:20 
—1.1 


20:28 
7.9 




W 25 


3:00 9:0) 
-0.6 7.5 


16:30 
-0.4 


21:29 

6.8 ; 




F'26 


1:31 7:32 
—1.1 7.3 


13:44 
—1.2 


19:56 
8.3 


E 


M 


26 


2:45 
—1.0 


8:50 
7.6 


15:11 
—0.8 


21:15 
7.5 




Th 26 


3:42 9:50 
-0.2 7.1 


16:15 
0.1 


'22:14 
6.3 




S 


27 


2:20 8:23 
—1.1 7.4 


14:87 
-1.0 


20:47 
8.0 




Tu 27 

1 


3:30 
-0.8 


9:38 
7.4 


15:.58 
-0.4 


22:00 
7.1 




F 27 


4:26 10:36 
0.2 6.7 


17:04 
0.5 


23:00 

6.8 


' 


s 


28 


3:09 9:15 
—1.0 7.3 


15:30 
-0.7 


21:39 
7.6 




W'28 


4:15 
-0.4 


10:24 
7.1 


16:48 
0.0 


22:60 
6.5 




8 '28 


5:14 11:25 
0.7 6.2 


17:55 
0.9 


23:50 
5.4 


E 


Mj29 


3:58 10:07 
—0.8 7.2 


16:24 
-0.3 


22:31 
7.1 




Th.29 


5:02 
0.0 


11:15 
6.7 


17:40 
0.5 


23:40 
6.0 


§ 


S 29 


6:05 12:15 
l.d 5.9 


18:50 
1.2 


. . . 




Tu 


30 


4:48 10:59 
—0.4 .6.9 


17:20 
0.1 


2354 
6.7 


c 


F 30 


5:55 
0.4 


12K)6 
6.4 


18:36 
0.9 




A 


M 


30 


0:50 7:05 
5.2 1.2 


13:11 
5.7 


19:48 
1.8 


(L 


W 31 

i 


5:40 11:52 
—0.1 6.6 


18:17 
0.4 






S 31 

1 


0:32 
5.6 


6:50 
0.7 


13:00 
6.1 


19:36 
1.1 














TheUd 

a comparis 

i from Mean 

3.4 feet bel 

minus (— ) 


68 are placed In the order of occurrence, wl 
on of connecutive heights will indicate whe 
I Low Water, which is the datum of sound! 
ow mean nea level. To find the depth of m 
sign is before the height, in which ca«e sub 


th their times on the first line and hei^hU c 
ther it is high or low water. The heignts, ii 
Qgs on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Chart 
ater, add the tabular height to the soundin 
tract it. 


m the second line of each day: 
1 feet and tenths, are reclconed 
s for this region, and which is 
gs given on the cliart, unless a 


The til 

(a.m.),all 


ne used is Central Standard, 90th meridian 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and whe 


W.; Oh is midnight, 12»»is noon: all hours le 
n diminished by 12 give the times after noon 


ss than 12 are in the forenoon 
; for instance, 15:47 Is 3:47 p. m. 


#. ne^^ 
equator; A, 


r moon; }), Ist quar.; Q, full moon; (^, 3d 
P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


quar.; E, 


moon on the equator; X, S, moon 


farthest north or south of the ; 

1 



120 



SAVANNAH ENTRANCE (Tybee Island Light), GEORGIA, 1907. 



1 1 OCTOBER. 


NOVEMBER. 


DECEMBER. 


|c Day of— 

,a w.'mo. 


Time and Heiarht of High and 
Low water. 


T. 


Dayof-' 
W. Mo. 


Time and HeijKht of High and 
Low^ater. 


c Dayof—' 

llw.MoJ 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


Tu 


1 


1:50 
5.1 


8:05 14:08 
1.3 5.7 


20:45 
L2 




F 1 


2:55 9:10 
5.8 0.9 


16:15 
6.0 


21:39 
0.6 


>'\ 


3:00 
6.5 


9:28 
0.6 


15.-26 
6.2 


21:42 
if.l 


|W 


2 


2:47 
5.3 


9:02 15:02 
1.1 6.8 


21:36 
0.9 


! S 2; 


8:45 10:02 
6.3 0.5 


16H)5 
6.3 


22:25 
0.1 


M 2I 


8:64 
7.0 


10:20 
0.0 


16:18 
6.5 


22:31> 


1 iTh 


3 


3:40 


9:52 15:55 
0. 8 6. 1 


22:22 
0.6 


E S 3| 


4:30 10:50 
6. 7 0. 1 


16:52 
6.7 


23:06 
—0.2 


iTu 3 


4:45 
7.5 


11:10 
-0.4 


17:09 
6.7 


23rJ<» 

— o.t; 


1 1-^ 


4:iT 
6.0 


10:40 16-42 
0.5 6.4 


23:a5 
0.3 


M 4, 


5:14 11:36 
7.2 -0.4 


17:38 
6.9 


23:50 
—0.5 


w 4: 

1 


5:32 
7.9 


12.-00 
—0.7 


17:i» 
6.9 




1 ' » 


5:05 
6.4 


11:20 17:25 
0. 1 6. 7 


23:42 
-0.1 


• Tu 5l 

1 , 


5:66 12:21 
7.6 -0.7 


18:21 
7.1 


• • • 


• !Th 51 

t 


0:10 
—0.8 


6:20 

8.2 


12:48 
—0.9 


1h:4'> 
7.».« 


1 Sl 6 


5:46 
5.8 


12:00 18:08 
-0.2 7.0 




;w 6 


0:32 6:42 
-0.7 7.9 


18:07 
—0.8 


19:a5 
7.1 


P F 6 

1 


1:00 
—0.9 


7:10 
8.3 


13:38 
-0.9 


i»::u 

6.V 


iEiMi 7 


0:24 
-0.3 


6:28 12:42 
7. 2 —0. 4 


18:58 
7.2 


Th 7 

1 


1:16 7:28 
—0.7 8.1 


13:54 
—0.8 


19:50 
6.9 


s S 7 


1:46 
-0 H 


8:00 
8.2 


14:30 
-0.8 


20r2.-> 
6- 


Tu 8 


1:00 
—0.5 


7:05 13:2.5 
7.5 -0.7 


19:28 
7.2 


■F 8, 

1 


2K)2 8:16 
—0.6 8.0 


14:44 
—0.7 


20:40 
6.7 


S 8' 


2:38 
-0.6 


8:52 
8.0 


1520 
-0.6 


21:*JU 
tJ.T 


1 'Wl 9 


1:40 
—0.5 


7:48 14:10 
7.6 —0.7 


20:13 
7.0 


pl S 9' 
s 


2:50 9:05 
-0.4 7.7 


15:35 
—0.4 


21:30 
6.5 


,M 9 


3:32 
-0.8 


9:47 
7.6 


16:15 
-0.4 


22:16 
6.ti 


! Th 10 


2:22 
-0.4 


8:32 14:57 
7.6 -0.5 


20:56 

6.8 


S 10; 


3:45 10:00 
-0.1 7.4 


16:30 
-0.1 


22:30 
6.3 


Tu lOl 


4:30 
-0.1 


10:44 
7.2 


17:12 
-O.S 


2S:20 
6.5 


1 Fill 


3:08 
-0.2 


9:20 15:45 
7.5 -0.3 


21:44 
6.5 


M 11, 


4:42 10:56 
0.2 7.0 


17:30 
0.1 


28:82 
6.1 


3) W 11 


5:34 
0.2 


11:44 
6.8 


18:10 
-0.1 


. . . 


1 S |12 

' 1 


3:55 
0.0 


10:12 16:44 
7.2 0.1 


22:40 
6.2 


D 


Tu 12 


5:46 12:00 
0.4 6.7 


18:34 
0.2 




Th 12 

1 


0:22 
6.4 


6:41 
0.3 


12:48 
6.6 


19:12 
0.0 


s S 


13 


4:52 
0.3 


11:10 17:45 
6.9 0.8 


23:44 
5.9 




W 13 

1 1 


0:40 6:67 
6. 1 0. 5 


13:08 
6.6 


19:36 
0.2 


E F 13 1 


1:22 
6.5 


7:50 
0:4 


13:66 
6.4 


achio 

0.0 


^ M 


14 


5:58 
0.5 


12:16 18:50 
6.7 0.5 


. . . 




Th' 14 1 


1:45 8:06 
6.3 0.4 


14:15 
6.6 


20:40 
0.1 


S 14 


2:24 
6.6 


8:52 
0.3 


14:54 
6.8 


21.-05 
-0.1 


ixu 15 


0.54 

5.8 


7:08 18:25 
0.5 6.5 


20:00 
0.4 




F 15 


2:50 9:14 
6.5 0.2 


15:21 
6.6 


21:86 
-0.2 


S 15 j 


3:20 
6.8 


9:50 
0.2 


15-.50 
6.8 


2l:.'tf^ 

-0.2 




W|16 


2:05 
6.0 


8:20 14:31 
0.3 6.6 


21K)8 
0.2 


E 


s iiel 


3:44 10:10 
6.9 -0.1 


16:15 
6.7 


22:26 
-0.4 


M 16 i 


4:10 
7.1 


10:44 
0.1 


16:40 
6.8 


22:4*' 
-0.3 




Th 17 


8:10 
6.4 


9:28 15:35 
0.0 6.8 


22:00 
-0.1 




S 17 1 


4:35 11:04 
7.2 —0.8 


17:0) 
6.8 


23:15 
-0.6 


Tu 17; 


5:00 
7.2 


11:30 
0.1 


17:26 
6.2 


2332 
—0.4 


1 


F 18 


4:10 
6.8 


10:25 16:34 
—0.8 7.1 


22:52 
-0.5 




M '. 18 


5:20 11:50 
7.5 -0.4 


17:52 
6.8 




W 18, 


5:42 
7.3 


12:12 
0.1 


18:10 
6.2 




t ; S ' 19 

1 1 


4:58 
7.2 


11:20 17:25 
—0.6 7.3 


23:40 
-0.8 


o'Tu 19 


O.-OO 6:a'> 
-0.7 7.6 


12:34 
—0.4 


18:33 
6.7 


Th 19 


0:15 
-0.3 


6:24 
7.8 


12:54 
0.1 


18:10 
6.1 


K S|20 


5:47 
7.6 


12:10 18:15 
-0.9 7.4 






W 20. 

tR 211 


0:40 6:48 
-0.6 7.6 


13:15 
-0.8 


19:12 
6.6 


N F 2O1 

1 


0:55 
-0.1 


7:02 
7.2 


1333 
0.1 


6.0 


O ; M ' 21 


0:24 
-0.9 


6:30 12:52 
7.7 —0.9 


18:55 
7.3 




1:20 7:28 
-0.4 7.5 


18:55 
-0.2 


19:50 
6.3 


S 21 


1:35 
0.1 


7:40 
7.1 


14:10 
0.2 


20.-OI 
5.9 


iTu 22 


1:05 
-0.9 


7:12 13:30 
7.8 —0.8 


19:36 
7.1 


F,22 

1 1 ; 


2:00 8:06 
-0.1 7.8 


14:35 
0.0 


20:28 
6.1 


A g 22 


2:12 
0.4 


8:20 
6.9 


14:46 
0.3 


20: 4i) 

5..N 


' W,23 


1:47 
-0.7 


7:55 14:20 
7. 7 -0. 5 


30:17 
6.7 


N 


S 23 

1 1 


2:40 8:48 
0.3 7.0 


15:15 
0.3 


21:0K 

7.8 


M 23 1 


2:50 
0.7 


8:64 
6.7 


15:24 
0.4 


21:1** 


1 Th|24 


2:30 
-0.4 


8:35 15:02 
7.4 -0.2 


20:58 
6.4 


A 


S 24| 


8:18 9:26 
0.6 6.6 


15:55 
0.5 


21:50 
5.6 


Tu 24. 


3:26 
0.9 


9:34 
6.5 


16:05 
0.5 


22.X*> 
5. T 




Fi25 


3:10 
0.0 


9:18 15:45 
7.0 0.2 


21:39 
6.0 




M'25| 


3:57 10:06 
1.0 6.3 


16:38 
0.7 


22:30 
5.4 


\V 26, 


4:05 
1.0 


10:15 
6.8 


16:46 
0.5 


22:4'^ 

5.8 


1 


S 26 


3:50 
0.5 


10:00 16:27 
6.6 0.5 


22:22 
5.6 




Tu 26; 

1 


4:40 10:50 
1.8 6.1 


17:25 
0.8 


23:24 
5.4 


Th 26 


4:52 
1.1 


11:00 
6.1 


17:30 
0.6 


23:;V» 
5.9 


\s S 27 


4:35 
0.9 


10:42 17:14 
6.2 0.9 


23:10 
5.4 


diw 27; 

; A 


5:30 11:40 
L4 6.9 


18:15 
0.9 


■ • • 


C F 27 


5:45 
1.1 


11:62 
6.0 


. 18:20 
0.6 




A 


M 


28 


5:24 
1.2 


11-.33 18:05 
5,9 1.1 






Til 28 1 


0:15 6:80 
5.5 1.4 


12:85 
6.8 


19:06 
0.9 


E S 28' 

1 


0:30 
6.1 


6:45 

1.0 


12:50 
5.9 


19:15 
0.0 


c 


Tu 


29 


0:05 
5.2 


6:18 12:22 
1.4 5.7 


19:00 
1.1 




f'29 

1 i 


1:15 7:30 
5.7 1.2 


18:82 
5.8 


20:00 
0.7 


,8 29! 


1:26 
6.4 


7:50 
0.8 


13:50 
5.9 


20:12 

0.3 




W 30 


1:05 
5.2 


7:17 13:20 
1.5 5.7 


19:55 
1.1 


E 


S j30l 


2:10 8:27 
6.1 0.9 


14:81 
5.9 


20:52 
0.4 


iM 30! 


2:24 
6.7 


8:50 
0.6 


14:50 
6.1 


21:06 
0.1 


, Th; 31 

i 


2:00 
5.4 


8:16 14:17 
L3 5.8 


20:48 
0.9 




1 








Tu 31 


8:20 
7.1 


9:50 
. 0.2 


'tl 


22:02 
—0.3 


1 The tides are placed In the order of occurrence, with their tlm«« on the first line and heights on the second line of each day; 

1 a comparison of consecutive heights will indicate whether It is high or low water. The height.^ in feet and tenths, are reckoned 

from Mean Low Water, which is the datum of .soundings on the Coast and Getxletic Survey Charts for this region, and which L« 

3.4 feet below mean sea level. To find the depth of water, add the tabular height to the soundings given on the chart, unleas a 

minus (— ) sign is before the height, in which Ciise subtract it. 

The time used is Central Standard. 90th meridian W.; 0«> is midnight, r2«> is noon; all hours less than 12 are in the forenoon 
(a. m. ), all greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and when diminished by 12 give the times after noon: for instance. 16:47 isS:47 p. m. 
#. new moon; }). 1st quar.; O. ^"^^ moon; (^, 3d quar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon farthest north or south of the 
equator; A, V, moon in apogee or perigee. 



FERNANDINA (Dade Street), FLORIDA, 1907. 



121 







" 


JANUARY. 








FEBR 


UARY. 

i Height nf High and 
Low Water. 


-- 




MARCH. 




;l 


s 


OBVfif— 


Tlmcrtnrt HelithtMf High and 
Low Water. 


S 

I 


iJayof^ 


Time an 


Day of— 


Time and Hd^rhi tif High iinil 
Linv Water. 


w. 


M.. 


\\\ Mo. 


a w,Ho. 


Tu 


1 


2:08 
0.3 


8:23 
6.2 


14:45 
0.2 


20:40 
5.1 


;f 1 


3:04 
0.2 


9:18 
6.2 


15:40 
-0.1 


21:86 
5.7 




1 
F| 1 


2:05 
-0.2 


8:15 
6.4 


14:34 
-0.3 


20:36 
6.1 


W 2 


2:43 
0.4 


9:00 
6.1 


15:22 
0.2 


21:15 
5.1 




S 2 


3:45 
0.2 


10:00 
6.1 


16:20 
0.0 


22:20 
5.8 


E 


S| 2 


2:48 
—0.2 


8:58 
6.4 


15:12 
-0.3 


21:16 
6.3 


Th 3 


3:20 
0.5 


9:38 
6.0 


16:02 
0.2 


21:54 
5.2 


E 


S 3 


4:32 
0.2 


10:42 
6.9 


17:00 
0.1 


23:10 
6.9 




S| 3 


3:30 
—0.2 


9:40 
6.2 


16:54 
-0.2 


22:00 
6.3 


Fi 4 

i 


4:00 
0.6 


10:20 
5.9 


16:45 
0.2 


22:40 
5.4 




M 4 


5:24 
0.8 


11:30 
5.7 


17:50 
0.2 






M^ 4 


4:16 
—0.1 


10:22 
5.9 


16:35 
0.0 


22:50 
6.2 




si 5 


4:48 
0.6 


11:05 
5.8 


17:30 
0.2 


23:33 
5.5 


«. Tu 5 


0:06 
5.9 


6:23 
0.4 


12:26 
6.4 


18:45 
0.2 


Tu 5 


6:10 
0.1 


11:10 
5.6 


17:25 
0.1 


23:45 

6.1 1 




S 6 


5:42 
0.6 


11:55 
5.6 


18:20 
0.3 






W 6 


1:07 
6.9 


7:2M 
0.5 


13:26 
6.2 


19:48 
0.2 


,W 6 


6:a5 
0.4 


12:04 
5. a 


18:21 
0.8 




|M 7 


0:30 
5.6 


6:44 
0.6 


12:52 
5'. 5 


19:15 
0.2 




Th 7 

1 


2:13 
6.0 


8:37 
0.5 


14:36' 
5.1 


20:50 
0.1 


d th 7 


0:46 
6.0 


7:12 
0.6 


13:08 
6.0 


19:25 
0.4 


Tu 8 


1:34 
5.8 


7:50 
0.5 


13:54 
5.4 


20:14 
0.1 




F 8 


3:18 
6.2 


9:48 
0.4 


15:46 
6.2 


21:66 
-0.1 


s F 8 


1:54 
6.9 


8:22 
0.7 


14:20 
4.9 


20:35 
0.3 


W 9 

1 


2:38 
6.1 


9:00 
0.4 


15:00 
5.3 


21:18 
—0.1 


s 


S 9 


4:24 
6.4 


0.2 


16:62 
6.5 


23:00 
-0.4 


P S 9 


3:00 
6.0 


9:34 
0.5 


15:86 
5.1 


21:44 
0.1 


|Th 10 


3:40 
6.4 


10:06 
0.2 


16:06 
5.4 


22:18 
—0.3 


1* 


S 


10 


6:25 
6.7 


11:61 
—0.1 


17:54 
6.8 




. S 10 


4:10 
6.2 


10:38 
0.3 


16:42 
6.4 


22:50 
—0.2 


i^ 


11 


4:40 
6.7 


11:09 
—0.1 


17:09 
6.6 


23:15 
-0.6 




M 


11 


0:00 
—0.7 


6:'20 
7.0 


12:46 
-0.4 


18:46 
6.0 


M 11 


5:10 
6.4 


11:35 
-0.1 


17:40 
6.8 


28:50 
-0.6 


p; g 


12 


5:38 
7.0 


12:07 
-0.3 


18:06 
8.8 




• 


Tu 


12 


0:55 
—0.9 


7:11 
7.1 


13:34 
—0.7 


19:38 
6.3 


.Tul2 


6:05 
6.7 


12:26 
-0.4 


18:82 
6.2 




s, S 


13 


0:13 
-0.8 


6:34 
7.2 


13:00 
-0.5 


19:01 
6.0 




W 


13 


1:45 
-0.9 


8:00 
7.1 


14:20 
—0.8 


20:26 
6.4 


W 13 


0:43 
-0.7 


6:55 
6.8 


13:14 
-0.7 


19:20 
6.5 


• M 


14 


1:06 
—0.9 


7:26 
7.4 


13:52 
—0.7 


19:54 
6.1 




Th 


14 


2:35 
-0.8 


8:47 
6.9 


15:a5 
-0.8 


21:13 
6.4 


• Th 


14 


1:31 
—0.8 


7:42 
6.8 


13:58 
—0.7 


20:04 [ 
6.6 


Tu 15 


2:00 
—1.0 


8:18 
7.3 


14:40 
-0.7 


20:45 
6.2 




F 


15 


3:25 
-0.6 


9:34 
6.6 


15:60 
—0.6 


21:£8 
6.3 


E F ; 15 


2:18 
-0.7 


8:26 
6.7 


14:39 
-0.7 


20:45 ' 
6.6 i 


W 16 


2:50 
-0.8 


9:08 
7.1 


15:30 
-0.7 


21:38 
6.1 


E 


S 


16 


4:10 
-0.3 


10:16 
6.3 


16:30 
—0.8 


22:40 
6.1 




S 16 


3:02 
—0.5 


9:06 
6.4 


15:20 
-0.6 


21:27 

6.4 1 


'th 17 


3:45 
—0.6 


9:56 
6.8 


16:18 
—0.6 


22:25 
6.0 




s 


17 


4:56 
0.1 


11:00 
5.8 


17:15 
0.0 


23:28 
5.9 




S;17 


3:44 
—0.3 


9:47 
6.0 


15:67 
—0.2 


22:10 1 
6.2 1 


F 18 


4:35 
—0.2 


10:45 
6.4 


17:05 
-0.3 


23:16 
5.9 




M 


18 


6:45 
0.5 


11:44 
5.4 


18:00 
0.8 






M 1 18 

1 


4:24 
0.1 


10:25 
6.6 


16:35 
0.1 


22:50 ! 
6.9 : 


E S 19 


5:28 
0.1 


11:35 
6.0 


17:62 
0.0 




D 


Tu 


19 


0:16 
6.7 


6:34 
0.8 


12:80 
6.0 


18:47 
0.5 




Tu 


19 


5:06 
0.5 


11:06 
5.2 


17:16 
0.4 


23:32 
5.7 


S 20 


0:06 
5.8 


6:21 
0.5 


12:25 
5.6 


18:42 
0.2 




W 


20 


1:08 
5.5 


7:27 
1.0 


13:22 
4.7 


19:38 
0.7 




W 


20 


5:50 
0.8 


11:45 
4.9 


18:00 
0.7 




d'm 21 


1:00 
5.6 


7:16 
0.7 


13:18 
5.2 


19:34 
0.3 


A 


Th 


21 


200 
5.4 


8:24 
1.2 


14:20 
4.6 


20:32 
0.8 


A 


Th 


21 


0:18 
6.4 


6:38 
1.0 


12:30 
4.6 


18:50 
LO 


Tu 22 


1:55 
5.5 


8:15 
0.9 


14:14 
5.0 


20:25 
0.4 




F 


22 


2:55 
5.4 


9:20 
1.1 


15:20 
4.5 


21:28 
0.7 


N 


F 


22 


1:10 
5.2 


7:32 
1.2 


13:26 
4.6 


19:45 
1.1 


W 23 


2:50 
5.5 


9:11 
1.0 


15:10 

4.8 


21:18 
0.5 


N 


S 


23 


3:50 
5.4 


10:18 
1.0 


16:18 
4.7 


22:22 
0.6 




S 


23 


2:05 
5.2 


8:32 
1.1 


14:30 
4.6 


20:45 
1.0 


Th 24 


3:40 
5.6 


10:06 
1.0 


16:01 
4.8 


22:10 
0.4 




s 


24 


4:40 
5.6 


11:09 
0.7 


17:10 
4.9 


23:11 
0.4 




s 


24 


3:00 
5.3 


9:30 
1.0 


15:34 
4.7 


21:44 

0.8 


A F 25 


4:30 
5.7 


11:00 
0.9 


16:55 

4.8 


23:00 
0.4 




M 


25 


6:26 
5.9 


11:55 
0.4 


17:57 
6.1 






M 


25 


4:00 
6.5 


10:25 
0.7 


16:80 
5.0 


22:40 1 
0.6; 


S 26 


5:16 
5.9 


11:45 
0.7 


17:42 
4.9 


23:44 
O.S 




Tu 


26 


0:00 
0.2 


6:14 
6.1 


12:36 
0.1 


18:38 
5.4 




Tu;26 

1 


4:52 
5.8 


11:16 
0.3 


17:20 
5.4 


23:34 1 
0.2 


^' s 


27 


6:00 
6.0 


12:28 
0.5 


18:26 
6.0 






W 


27 


0:45 
0.0 


6:58 
6.» 


13:16 
—0.1 


19:19 
5.7 




W 27 


6:40 
6.0 


12K)2 
0.0 


18:05 
6.8 




JM 

1 


28 


0:26 
0.2 


6:40 
6.2 


13:0^ 
0.3 


19:06 
5.2 


o 


Th 


28 


1:25 
-0.2 


7:35 
6.4 


18:56 
-0.8 


19:56 
6.9 




Th 


28 


0:18 
—0.2 


6:26 
6.3 


12:46 
—0.3 


18:49 ' 

6.2 1 


O Tu 


29 


1:08 
0.1 


7:20 
6.3 


13:4i 
0.1 


19:44 
5.3 
















9. 


F 


29 


1:03 
—0.4 


7:10 
6.5 


13:28 
-0.4 


19:30 : 
6.6 


W 30 


1:45 
0.1 


8:00 
6.3 


14:22 
0.0 


20:20 
5.4 


















« 


30 


1:46 
—0.5 


7:54 
6.5 


14:05 
—0.5 


20:16 
6.6 


Th 


31 


2:25 
0.1 


8:40 
6.3 


15:00 
-0.1 


20:58 
5.6 


















S 31 


2:80 
-0.6 


8:35 
6.4 


14:48 
-0.5 


20:65 
6.7 


a 4 
(n 
3 
tn 

(a 

eq 


Th 
"om 
»m J 
feet 
inus 

Th 
. m. 

•. 
uat< 


etW 
paris 
lean 
belo 
(-) 
e til 
),all 
new 
)T; a 


lesare placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whel 

Low Water, which is the datum of soundii 
w mean sea level. To find the depth of wa 
sign la before the height, in which case sub 
me used is Central Standard, 90th meridian 

greater are in the afternoon (p. m. ) and wh< 
r moon; ]). 1st quar.: O. fw^^ moon; (^, 3d c 

, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


th their times on the fin»t line a 
ther it is high or low water. Th 
igs on the Coast and Geodetic S 
iter, add the tabular height to t 
tract it. 

W; 0»» is midnight, 12»« is noon; 
jn diminished by 12 give the tim 
[uar.; E, moon on the equator; 


nd 
eh 
Lirv 
he 

all 
esG 


heights c 
eights, ir 
ey Chart 
sounding 

hours le 
if ter nooi 
S, moon 


m the second line of each day: 
I feet and tenth.««, are reckoned 
s for this region, and which is 
js given on the chart, unless a 

ss than 12 are In the forenoon 
i; for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 
farthest north or south of the 



122 



FERNANDINA (Dade Street), FLORIDA, 1907. 





APRIL. 








MAY. 






5 




JUNE. 




- ! 


1 


Day of— 


Time and HeU^ht of High and 
Low Water. 


c 

8 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


Day of— 


Time and Height of Hifh and 
LowWater. 


w.!mo. 


W. Mo. 


S W. Mo. 


M 


1 


3:15 
-0.5 


9:20 
6.1 


15:28 
-0.3 


21:42 
6.6 




W 


1 


3:50 
-0.4 


9:50 

5.M 


15:58 
—0.2 


22:20 
6.7 


, S 1 

1 


5-26 
0.0 


11:32 
6.5 


17:40 
0.2 




p 


Tu 


2 


4:05 
-0.3 


10:04 
5.8 


16:15 
—0.1 


22:34 
6.5 


s Th 

1 


2 


4:41 
-0.1 


10:44 
5.5 


16:50 
0.1 


23:15 
6.3 


S 2 


0:00 
6.1 


6:22 
0.1 


12:35 
5.4 


1>.4t 
0.4 




W' 3 


4:5.'> 
0.0 


10:52 
5.5 


17.-C6 
0.1 


23:30 
6.2 


If 3 


5:42 
0.2 


11:44 
5.2 


17:52 
0.3 




t M 3 


1:00 
6.8 


7:26 
0.2 


13:40 
5.5 






Th' 4 


5:54 
0.3 


11:50 
5.2 


18:a5 
0.3 




^; s 4 

1 


0:15 
6.0 


6:45 
0.4 


12:48 
5.1 


19:00 
0.6 


Tu 4 


2KM 
5.7 


8:22 
0.3 


14:41 
5.6 


21.-01 

0.5 


S 


F| 5 


0:30 
6.0 


7:00 
0.5 


13K)0 
5.0 


19:11 
0.5 




S 


5 


l:->0 

5.8 


7:50 
0.4 


13:58 
5.2 


20:10 
0.5 


E W 6 


3:a> 
5.6 


9:20 
0.1 


15:40 

5.8 


22.-0I-' 
0.4 


1 


S 6 


1:38 
5.8 


8:06 
0.6 


14:10 
5.0 


20:22 
.0.4 


IM 


6 


2:28 
5.7 


8:53 
0.3 


15:06 
5.4 


21:20 
0.3 


Th 6 


4:05 
5.6 


10:14 
0.0 


16:31 
6.1 


22 rV. 

0.3 


i 


S , 7 


2:45 
5.8 


9:16 
0.5 


15:24 
5.2 


21:35 
0.2 




Tu 7 

1 


3:34 
5.7 


9:M 
0.2 


16:08 
5.7 


22:24 
0.2 


F ' 7 


4:58 
5.6 


11:03 
—0.1 


17r20 
6.3 


23 4J; 

0.2 




M 8 


3:52 
5.9 


10:19 
0.2 


16:25 
5.6 


22:38 
0.0 




Wl 8 


4:34 
5.8 


10:40 
—0.1 


17K)0 
6.1 


23:20 
0.0 




S 1 8 


5:46 
5.5 


11:48 
—0.2 


1SK)5 
6.4 






Tu 9 


4:54 
6.1 


11:15 
—0.1 


17:22 
G.O 


23:37 
-0.3 


E Th' 9 


5:26 
6.0 


ll:ao 
-0.3 


17:48 
6.4 






S 9 


0:30 
0.2 


6:31 
5.5 


12:31 
—0.2 


18:4^ 
6.4 




W 10 


5:50 
6.3 


12:02 
-0.3 


18:12 
6.3 




: F 10 


0:10 
-0.2 


6:14 
6.0 


12:19 

—'J. 4 


l'<:30 
0.5 


• M 10 


1:11 
0.2 


7:10 
6.4 


13:10 
—0.1 


19rJr> 
6,4 


1^ 


Th 


11 


0:26 
-0.5 


G:40 
6.4 


12:48 
-0.5 


18:56 
6.6 




S |11 


0:55 
—0.3 


6:57 
5.9 


— J. .") 


19:12 
G.G 


Tu'll 


1:50 
0.2 


7:48 
5.2 


13:50 
0.1 


20i» 
6.3 


iO 


F 


12 


1:15 
-0.6 


7:20 
6.4 


13:30 
-0.6 


19:39 
6.0 


• 


S 


12 


1:35 
—0.2 


7:86 

5.8 


13:40 
-0.3 


19:52 
6.5 


A w;i2 


2^28 
0.3 


8:22 
5.1 


14:'2.'^ 
0.3 


V.2 




S 


13 


1:55 
—0.6 


8.-00 
6.3 


14:10 
-0.6 


20:20 
6.6 


1 >r 13 


2:14 
-0.1 


8:15 
5.6 


14:16 
-0.1 


20:29 
6.4 


Th' 13 


3.-00 
0.4 


8:55 
5.0 


14:57 
0.6 


21 :K' 




S 14 


2:38 
—0.4 


8:40 
6.0 


14:47 
-0.3 


20:58 
6.4 


TU|14 


2:50 
0.1 


8:49 
5.3 


14:50 
0.2 


21:04 
6.2 


F 14 


3:35 
0.4 


9:26 
4.9 


15:30 
0.7 


21:4^ 

5.*. 




M 15 


3:18 
—0.1 


9:16 
5.7 


15:25 
0.0 


21:35 
6.2 


iW 15 

1 


3:25 
0.3 


9:21 
5.1 


15:25 
0.5 


21:39 
5.0 


1 S 15 


4:10 
0.5 


10K)5 
4.9 


16r0"i 
0.9 


22ri« 
5-T 




Tu 


16 


3:5.'> 
0.2 


9:50 
5.3 


15:56 
0.3 


22:12 
5.9 


A Th 16 


4:00 
0.5 


0:52 
4.9 


15:58 
0.8 


22:15 
5.7 


S'l6 


4:52 
0.5 


10:46 
6.0 


16:50 
0.9 


23n- 

0.6 




\V 


17 


4:30 
0.5 


10:"25 
5.0 


16:35 
0.7 


22:50 
5.7 


F!17 


4:39 
0.6 


10:28 
4.8 


16:35 
1.0 


22:56 
6.5 


M|17 


6:38 
0.5 


11:35 
5.1 


17:40 
0.9 


23;V 


; A 


Th|18 


5:10 
0.7 


11:00 

4.8 


17:14 
0.9 


23:32 
5.4 


s :i8 


5:22 
0.7 


11:14 
4.8 


17:20 
LI 


23:40 
5.4 


D 


Tu 18 


6:25 
0.5 


12:30 
5.2 


18:40 
0.9 




N 1 F 19 


5:56 
0.9 


11:48 
4.6 


1K:00 
1.1 






S ;19 


6:12 
0.8 


12:05 
4.8 


18:14 
L2 






W 19 


0:51 
6.4 


7:20 
0.5 


13:32 
5,5 


19:i-« 
tt.: 


1) S 20 


0:20 
5.3 


6:48 
1.0 


12:40 
4.6 


18:.i6 
1.2 


D 


M 20 


0:34 
5.3 


7:05 
0.7 


13:05 
4.9 


19:16 
1.1 


E Th!20 

1 1 


1:52 
5.4 


8:16 
0.3 


14:35 
5.8 


20.»i 


S 21 

I 


1:15 
5.2 


7:45 
1.0 


13:45 
4.6 


19:58 
1.1 


Tu 21 


1:32 
5.3 


8:00 
0.7 


14:10 
5.2 


20:22 

0.8 


1 F |21 


2:55 
5.4 


9:14 
0.1 


15:35 
G.1 


21 :'-•* 
I' . 


M 22 


2:16 
6.2 


8:46 
0.8 


14:50 
4.9 


21:02 
0.9 




W j 22 


2:34 
5.4 


9:00 
0.4 


15:11 
5.6 


21:26 
, 0.5 




S 22 


3:58 
5.5 


10:12 
—0.2 


16:32 
6-5 


22 5* 
—".1 


Tu 23 


3:16 
5.4 


9:44 
0.6 


15:50 
5.2 


22:04 
0.5 


K'Th|23 


3:35 
5.6 


9:54 
0.1 


16:05 
G.O 


22:27 
0.1 


1 S 23 

1 


5K)0 
5.7 


11:10 
—0.5 


17-30 
6.9 


23uV. 


W ' 24 


4:15 
5.7 


10:35 
0,3 


16:44 
5.7 


23:00 
0.1 




F 24 


4:30 

5.8 


10:48 
—0.2 


17:00 
G.4 


23:21 
—0.3 


m'24 


5:58 

5.8 


12:04 

-0.7 


18:23 
7.2 




Th 25 


5:08 
5.9 


11:24 
—0.1 


17:32 
6.2 


23:30 
—0.2 




S 25 


5:26 
G.O 


11:40 
—0.5 


17:54 
6.9 




^ 1 Tu 25 


0:48 
-0.6 


6:50 
6.0 


12:a5 
—0.9 


I9J- 
7.4 


E F 26 


5:57 
6.2 


12:12 
—0.4 


18:20 
6.6 




S 26 


0:16 
—0.6 


6:20 
6.1 


12:30 
—0.7 


1H:M 
7.2 


s ' W 26 


1:40 
—0.7 


7:42 
0.0 


13:48 
—0.9 


20-<^ 
7.4 


' S 27 


0:40 
—0.6 


6:44 
6.3 


12:5.T 
-0.6 


19:a5 
6.9 


O M 27 


.1:06 
-0.7 


7:09 
6.2 


13:16 
-0.8 


19:32 
7.4 


Th 27 


2:34 
—0.7 


8:32 
6.0 


14:40 
-O.S 


^y* 


O S 28 


1:25 
—0.8 


7:32 
6.4 


13:40 
—0.7 


19:52 
7.1 


P Tu 28 


l:f.6 
—0.8 


8:00 
6.1 


14:a5 
—0.8 


20:24 
7.3 


1 F 28 


3:22 
—0.6 


9:25 
6.0 


15:30 
—0.6 


2V\ 


' IM 29 


2:15 
—0.8 


8:15 
6.2 


14:24 
—0.6 


20 38 
7.1 


s i w 29 


2:45 
—0.7 


8:48 
6.0 


14:54 
—0.6 


21:14 
7.2 


S 29 


4:14 
-0.6 


10:20 
5.9 


16:26 
—0.3 


6.6 


P 


Tu 30 

1 


3:00 
-0.7 


9:00 
6.0 


15:09 
-0.5 


21:27 
7.0 


Th 30 


3::W 
-0.5 


9:40 
5.8 


15:48 
-0.4 


22:05 
6.8 


S 30 


6K)5 
—0.3 


11:15 
6.8 


17:25 
0.0 


23:S- 


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F 31 


4:30 10:34 16:40 
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ther it is high or low wat 
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before the height, in which case 8\ 
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greater are in the a f lernoon ( p. m. ) 

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FERNANDINA (Dade Street), FLORIDA, 1907. 



128 



JULY. 


AUGUST. 




SEPTEMBER. 






, c 

■1 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


:^ 


D«yaf- 


Tttae and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


:? 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


W. 


Mo. 


W. 


Ma 


W. 


Mo. 




M 


1 


5:58 
—0.2 


12:10 
5.7 


18:24 
0.3 






Th 


1 


0:56 
5.4 


7:09 
0.2 


18:80 
5.7 


19:51 
0.8 




8 


1 


2:04 
4.6 


8:15 
0.8 


14:38 
,6.4 


21:07 
1.1 


l> 


2 


0:32 
5.8 


6:52 
0.1 


13:10 
5.7 


19:27 
0.5 




F 


2 


1:60 
6.0 


8:02 
0.4 


14:26 
5.6 


20:50 
0.9 


N 

A 


M 


2 


8Kr7 
4.6 


9:13 
0.8 


l'5:32 
6.4 


22:08 
1.0 




W 


3 


1:32 
5.5 


7:48 
0.2 


14:09 
5.7 


20:28 
0.6 




•S 


3 


2:60 
4.9 


8:57 
0.4 


15:22 
6.6 


21:50 
1.0 




Tu 


3 


4K)6 
4.6 


10:09 
0.7 


16:25 
5.8 


22:55 

0.8 




Th 4 


2:32 
6.8 


8:42 
0.2 


15:07 
5.8 


21:28 
0.7 




s 


4 


8:48 

4.8 


9:52 
0.4 


16:14 
5.7 


22:43 
0.9 




W 


4 


4:58 

4.8 


11:00 
0.6 


17:15 
6.7 


23:41 
0.6 




F 5 


3:31 
5.2 


9:35 
0.1 


16:00 
5.9 


22:25 
0.7 


A 


M 


5 


4:43 

4.8 


10:48 
0.4 


17:03 
5.8 


23:32 
0.8 




Th 


5 


6:45 
5.1 


11:47 
0.3 


17:59 
6.9 


: : : 




S, 6 


4:26 
6.2 


10:28 
0.1 


16:50 
6.0 


23:17 
0.6 


N 


Tu 


6 


5:33 
4.9 


11:32 
0.3 


17:48 
6.9 






F 


6 


0.-28 
0.3 


6:27 
5.4 


12:31 
0.1 


18:41 
6.1 




S 7 


6:17 
5.1 


11 :i: 
0.1 


17:36 
6.1 






W 


7 


0:16 
0.6 


6:17 
5.0 


12:17 
0.2 


18:30 
6.0 


• 


S 


7 


1:01 
0.0 


7K)4 
5.6 


13:10 
0.0 


19:20 
6.2 




M 8 


0:03 
0.5 


6:03 
5.1 


12K)2 
0.1 


18:18 
6.2 




Th 


8 


0:56 
0.4 


6:67 - 
5.1 


12:57 
0.2 


19K)8 
6.2 




s 


8 


1:38 
-0.1 


7:41 
5.9 


13:48 
-0.1 


19:58 
6.3 


A 
N 


Tu 9 


0:46 
0.4 


6:45 
5.1 


12:43 
0.1 


18:58 
6.2 


• 


F 


9 


1:33 
0.2 


7:83 
5.3 


13:35 
0.2 


19:47 
6.2 


E 


M 


9 


2:13 
—0.2 


8:17 
6.1 


14:28 
-0.2 


20:37 
6.3 


• 


w'lO 


1:24 
0.4 


7:23 
6.1 


"3:23 
0.2 


19:a5 
6.2 




s 


10 


2:08 
0.1 


8H» 
5.4 


14:12 

0.2 


20:23 
6.2 




Tu 


10 


2:50 
—0.2 


8:65 
6.8 


15:08 
-0.2 


21:16 
6.1 




Th 


11 


2:00 
0.3 


8:00 
5.1 


13:59 
0.3 


20:11 
6.2 




s 


11 


2:43 
0.0 


8:42 
5.6 


14:48 
0.2 


20:59 
6.1 




W 


11 


3.27 
—0.1 


9:36 
6.3 


16:62 
—0.1 


21:55 
6.9 




F 


12 


2:36 
0.8 


8:32 
5.1 


14:33 
0.4 


20:47 
6.1 




M 


12 


8:18 
0.0 


9:18 
5.7 


16:36 
0.2 


21:86 
6.0 




Th 


12 


4K)8 
0.0 


10:20 
6.2 


16:39 
0.1 


22:38 
6.7 




S 


13 


3:10 
0.3 


9:05 
5.1 


15K)8 
0.5 


21:22 
6.0 


E 


Tu 


13 


3:56 
0.0 


9:56 
5.8 


16:08 
0.2 


22:17 
6.9 




F 


13 


4:53 
0.1 


11:12 
6.1 


17:82 
0.3 


23.-28 
6.4 




s 


14 


3:46 
0.2 


9:40 
5.2 


16:43 
0.6 


22K)0 
5.9 




W 


14 


4:34 
0.1 


10:43 
5.9 


16:55 
0.3 


23K)0 
6.7 


D 


S 


14 


6:45 
0.3 


12:10 
6.0 


18:82 
0.5 


: : : 




M 


15 


4:24 
0.2 


10:20 
5.3 


16:25 
0.6 


22:41 
5.7 




Th 


15 


8:19 
0.2 


11:34 
6.0 


17:48 
0.4 


23:50 
6.6 




S 


15 


0:27 
6.1 


6:47 
0.4 


13:16 
5.9 


19:41 
0.7 




Tu 16 


5:06 
0.3 


11:07 
5.5 


17:15 
0.6 


23:25 
5.6 


}) 


F 


16 


6:11 
0.3 


12:31 
5.9 


18:49 
0.5 




s 


M 


16 


1:87 
4.9 


7:55 
0.4 


14:23 
5.9 


20:52 
0.6 


B 


W 17 


5:51 
0.3 


12:01 
5.6 


18:12 
0.6 


. . . 




S 


17 


0:47 
5.3 


7:08 
0.3 


13:35 
5.9 


19:57 
0.6 




Tu 


17 


2:64 
6.0 


9:08 
0.3 


15:33 
6.0 


22:02 
0.4 


D 


Th 18 

1 


0:18 
5.5 


6:43 
0.3 


12:59 
5.8 


19:14 
0.6 




§ 


18 


1:53 
5.1 


8:13 
0.3 


14:42 
6.1 


21:10 
0.5 


p 


W 18 


4:05 
5.3 


10:17 
0.0 


16:37 
6.3 


23:03 
0.0 




F 


19 


1:16 
5.4 


7:40 
0.2 


14:02 
5.9 


20:22 
0.5 




M 


19 


3:07 
5.1 


9:21 
0.1 


*15:49 
6.3 


22:17 
0.8 




Th 19 


5:07 
5.7 


11:18 
—0.4 


17:a5 
6.5 


23:57 
—0.4 




S 


20 


2:20 
5.3 


8:42 
0.1 


15:07 
6.2 


21:30 
0.4 


S 


Tu 


20 


4:18 
5.3 


10:27 
-0.2 


16:52 
6.5 


23:20 
0.0 




F 


20 


6:03 
6.2 


12:13 
—0.7 


18:28 
6.8 


. . . ' 




s 


21 


3:28 
5.3 


9:43 
-0.1 


16:08 
G.5 


22A'> 
0.2 


P 


W 


21 


5:22 
5.6 


11:29 
-0.5 


17:56 
6.8 




O 


S 


21 


0:46 
—0.6 


6:53 
6.5 


13:07 
-0.9 


19:18 
6.9 




M 


22 


4:36 
5.4 


11:40 
-0.4 


17:10 

C.8 


28:37 
—0.1 




Th, 22 


0:16 
—0.3 


6:19 
6.0 


12:26 
—0.8 


18:44 
7.1 


K 


s 


22 


1:32 

—0.8 


7:89 
6.7 


13:55 
-0.9 


20:04 
6.8 


s 


Tu 


23 


5:37 
5.7 


11:42 
-0.6 


18:07 
7.1 




O f!23 


1:08 
—0.6 


7:12 
6.3 


13:20 
— LO 


19:36 
7.1 




M 


23 


2:15 
—0.8 


8:23 
6.8 


14:41 

-0.8 


20:47 
6.5 


p 

o 


W 


24 


0:33 
-0.4 


6:33 
5.9 


12:39 

—0.8 


19:00 
7.3 


' S 


24 


1:55 
-0.8 


8:00 
6.5 


14:10 
—1.0 


20:23 
7.1 




Tu 24 


2:58 
-0.7 


9:07 
6.7 


16:26 
-0.5 


21:30 
6.2 




Th 25 


1:25 
-0.6 


7:27 
6.1 


13:32 
-1.0 


19:52 
7.3 




S 


25 


2:41 
—0.9 


8:48 
6.6 


15:00 
-0.8 


21:10 
6.8 


Iw 


25 


3:38 
-0.4 


9:49 
6.5 


16:08 
—0.2 


22:11 

5.8 




F 26 


2:15 
—0.8 


8:19 
6.2 


14:25 
—0.9 


20:42 
7.2 


E 


M 


26 


3:27 
-0.8 


9:33 
6.6 


15:48 
—0.5 


21:56 
6.5 




Th 


26 


4:18 
-0.1 


10:33 
6.2 


16:52 
0.2 


22:52 
5.4 




S 27 


3:03 
—0.8 


9:10 
6.3 


15:18 
—0.8 


21:32 
7.0 




Tu 


27 


4:10 
-0.5 


10:20 
6.4 


16:36 
—0.2 


22:41 
6.1 




F 


27 


5:00 
0.3 


11:17 
5.9 


17:87 
0.6 


23:83 
5.0 




S 28 


3:52 
—0.7 


9:58 
6.3 


16:10 
—0.5 


22:20 
6.6 




W 28 


4:53 
-0.2 


11:07 
6.2 


17:24 
0.2 


23:26 
5.6 




S 


28 


5:46 
0.6 


12:03 
5.5 


18:27 
0.9 


. . . 


E 


M 29 


4:40 
—0.5 


10:49 
6.1 


17:02 
-0.1 


23:10 
6.2 




Th 29 


5:38 
0.1 


11:66 
5.9 


18:15 
0.6 




s 


s 


29 


0:21 
4.7 


6:85 
0.9 


12:55 
5.3 


19:20 
1.1 




Tu 30 


5:27 
-0.2 


11:40 
6.0 


17:57 
0.2 




c 


F 30 


0:14 
5.2 


6:27 
0.4 


12:48 
5.6 


19:10 
0.9 


A 


M 


30 


1:16 
4.6 


7:30 
1.1 


13:50 
5.2 


20:17 
LI 


c 


W 31 


0:01 
5.7 


6:17 
0.0 


V2M 

5.8 


18:53 
0.5 




S 31 


l:a5 

4.8 


7:20 
0.6 


13:42 
5.5 


20:17 
1.1 














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w mean sea level. To find th€ 
sign is before the height, in wl 
Qe used is Central Standard, 90th 
are in the afternoon ( p. m. ) and 
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Ished by 12 give the times after noon; for Ins 
qnar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


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I feet and tenths, are reckoned 
s for this region, and which is 
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nl2 are in the forenoon (a. m. ), 
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farthest north or south of the 



124 



FERNAN'DIXA i Daile Street I. FLOBIDA. 1907. 



Ta 1 


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Tim«>ai» 


IBER. 






X 


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NOVEMBER. 






X 

2 W. 




DBCE 


MBER. 

dHeiffbtofHighand 
Low Waler. 


d Heirbt of High and 
Low Water. 


Darof- 
W. Mo. 

F 1 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


of— 
Mo. 


Time an 


2:1* 
4.5 


1.1 


11:47 

.5.2 


21.16 
1.0 


3:32 
5.1 


9:46 
0.7 


15.51 
6.4 


•22:11 
0.4 


9 


1 


3:44 

6.8 


10 03 
0.4 


1606 
6.5 


22rJ0 
0.0 


W 2' 


4-« 


»-29 

0.5# 


1.5 tt 

5.3 


2210 




s 


2 


4:25 
6.6 


1040 
0.4 


16:45 
6.7 


•23ti2 
0.1 


M 


2 


438 

6.2 


11K» 
0.0 


17.00 
6.7 


•£^■.\•l 


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4:12 
4. 'J 


10-25 
0.7 


1«.V» 
5 6 


22-.> 
0.5 


E 


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3 


.5:12 
6.0 


1130 
0.0 


1T:.35 
5.9 


23:49 
—0.2 


Tu 


3 


:>30 

6.7 


1152 
-0.3 


17 52 
5.9 




F 4 


5.3 


11:15 
0.4 


17r25 

5 ^ 


23:43 
0.2 




M 


4 


6.00 
6.1 


12r20 
—0.4 


l'*:21 
6.1 


. . . 


W 


4 


Oi« 
-0.5 


6:19 
7.0 


12:44 

-0.5 


is 44 

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< 5 


5W 
5.7 


12:W 

0.1 


I'^.iW 
6..i 




• Tu 


5 


0:34 
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6:43 

6.^ 


13 05 
—0.6 


19:16 
6.2 


• Th 


5 


0-'M» 

—0.7 


7.0^ 
7.2 


13:31 
—0.0 


19»t 

6.11 


H 6 


0.-25 
—O.I 


6::il 
6.1 


12:44 

—0.2 


1*»:52 
6.2 




W 


6 


1:15 
—0.6 


7::» 
7.0 


13:50 
—0.7 


1S:51 
6.1 


P F 


6 


138 
-0.7 


7:56 
7.3 


14 21 

-0.6 


•3VJ1 


;m 7 


l^tV 


7:10 
6.4 


13r26 
—0.4 


19::C 
6.3 




Th 


7 


2.00 


7.1 


14.37 

-0.6 


•J0:»» 
6.0 


J^ S 


7 


2 2» 
-0.6 


846 

7.2 


15 14 
-4)5 


2111 

5..S 


Tu H 


1:14 

-0.4 


7vi0 
6.6 


14:10 
-4>.5 


20 H 
6.3 




F 


8 


. 2:44 

-0.4 


9W 
7.0 


LV25 
—0.4 


21-24 


s 


8 


3:16 
-0.4 


9:39 
7.0 


16 05 
—0.3 


22fti 
5.7 


W 9 


2rJ4 

— U.4 


>«:32 
6.7 


14A3 

—0.5 


20:51 
6 1 


P 

s 


s 


9 


3r2ii 
-0.2 


9:.')0 
6.«> 


16:15 
—0.2 


•22:14 
5.6 


M 


9 


410 
—0.2 


10 30 
6.7 


16:56 
-0.2 


j.6 


Th lU 




9:17 
b.7 


15 JO 

—0.3 


21.36 

5.H 




s 


10 


4r20 

0.0 


10:41 
6.5 


17:10 
0.1 


•23^ 
6.3 


Tu 


10 


5:10 
0.1 


11:'26 
6.3 


17:54 
0.0 




F 11 


3:4fi 
—0.1 


10K« 
6.5 


16:26 


22:22 
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M 


11 


5:18 
0.3 


11:42 
6.2 


18:10 
0.3 


. . . 


Z w 


11 


0:00 
5.6 


6:13 
0.3 


12.-26 
6.0 


lS:.Tii 
0.1 


S 12 


4.^ 

0.1 


10:.58 
6.3 


17.-20 
0.2 


23:16 
6.3 


■» 


Tu 


12 


0:12 
5.2 


6r22 
0.6 


12:45 
5.9 


19:10 
0.4 


Th 


12 


1«2 
5.5 


7:20 
0.4 


13:26 
5.7 


19:o0 
O.J 


6 S 18 


5r2H 

0.4 


11:55 
6.1 


1h:22 
0.5 


. . . 




W 


13 


1:10 
6.2 


7:34 
0.5 


13:.iO 
5.7 


•20:16 
0.3 


E F 


13 


2.tf» 
5.7 


8-28 
0.5 


14-32 
5.6 


20 4?^ 
O.I 


I M 14 


0:1H 
5.1 


6::f2 
0.5 


13.-00 
5.9 


17.-28 
0.6 




Th 


14 


2:29 
6.4 


8:45 
0.4 


14:.55 
5.7 


21:16 
0.2 


S 


14 


S.tf> 
5.9 


9:30 
0.5 


15.35 
5.5 


21 :4.^ 
U.O 


Ta 15 


1:30 
5.0 


7:45 
0.5 


14:10 
5.8 


20:38 
0.5 




F 


15 


3:32 
5.7 


9:64 
0.2 


16.<)0 

6.8 


22:17 
0.0 


s 


15 


4:05 
6.1 


10-28 
0.3 


16:30 
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22 3> 


\V 16 


2:42 
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0.4 


15:16 
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21:44 
0.3 


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16 


4:30 
6.1 


10:51 
0.0 


17:00 
5.9 


28:06 
—0.3 


.M 


16 


4:66 
6.3 


11.'24 
0.2 


17-25 
5.6 


23;iS 
-<J.3 


Th 17 


3:5fJ 
5.5 


0.1 


16^20 
6.0 


22:42 
0.0 




8 


17 


5:20 
6.4 


11:45 
—0.2 


17-JiO 
6.0 


28:56 
—0.6 


Tu 


17 


6:48 
6.6 


12:12 
0.2 


18:10 
5.5 




F 18 


4:.tO 
5.9 


11:07 
—0.2 


17:18 
6.2 


23:35 
-0.3 




M 


18 


6:10 
6.6 


12:34 
-0.3 


18:36 
6.0 




\V 


18 


0:14 
-0.3 


6:30 
6.6 


12..55 
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is:.v; 

5.5 


S 19 


5:15 
6.3 


12«2 
—0.4 


18:12 
6.4 




- 


Tu 


19 


0:40 
-0.6 


6:51 
6.7 


13:16 
-0.3 


19:19 
6.9 


C Th 


19 


0:55 
-0.2 


7:10 
6.6 


13:36 
0.2 


19:3.=i 
5.4 


E » 20 


0:22 
—0.6 


6:30 
6.6 


12:50 
—0.6 


19:00 
6.4 




\V 


20 


1:20 
-0.5 


735 
6.7 


14K)0 
-0.2 


19:58 
6.7 


N F 


20 


1.36 

-0.1 


7:50 
6.4 


14:15 
0.2 


20:l-=» 
5.2 


M 21 


1:06 
-0.7 


7:16 
6.8 


13:36 
—0.7 


19:41 
6.3 




Th 


21 


2K)0 
-0.3 


8:14 
6.6 


14:39 
0.0 


20:38 
5.6 


S 


21 


•2:15 
0.1 


8:-26 
6.3 


14.52 
0.3 


•JO::iO 
5.1 


Tu 22 


1:50 
—0.7 


8:00 
6.8 


14.-20 
—0.5 


20:22 
6.1 




F 


22 


2:40 
0.0 


8:.-3 
6.4 


15:18 
0.2 


21:14 
5.2 


A g 


22 


2:50 
0.4 


9:06 
6.1 


15:26 
0.4 


21:24 
5.0 


W 23 


2:2S 
—0.5 


8:40 
6.7 


15«0 
—0.3 


21.-08 

6.8 


X 


S 


23 


8:18 
0.3 


9:30 
6.1 


15:53 
—0.4 


21:60 
5.0 


M 


23 


3r25 
0.7 


9:38 
6.9 


16:00 
0.4 


•21 -.'x^ 
4.9 


Th 24 


3:(^ 
—0.3 


9r20 
6.4 


15:40 
0.0 


21:42 
5.5 


A 


S 


24 


3:.V 
0.6 


lOKVS 

5.8 


16:30 
0.6 


22:24 

4.8 


Tu 


24 


4110 
O.N 


10:14 
5.7 


16:40 
0.5 


22:32 


F 25 


3:45 

0.1 


lOKW 
6.1 


16:20 
0.3 


22:18 
6.2 




M 


25 


4r29 
0.9 


10:45 
5.6 


17:12 
0.7 


23.^ 

4.8 


W 


25 


4:39 
0.9 


10:51 
5.6 


17:20 
0.5 


•23:17 
5.1 


S 2H 


4:25 
0.5 


10:40 

5.8 


17:00 
0.6 


22:55 
4.9 




Tu 


26 


5:10 
1.1 


ll:-28 
6.4 


17:.56 
0.7 


23:52 
4.8 


Th 


26 


5:-J4 
0.9 


11:36 
6.5 


18:05 
0.6 




N » 27 


5:05 

O.H 


1122 
5.5 


17:46 
0.8 


23:40 
4.7 


I 


W 


27 


6:00 
1.2 


12:15 
6.3 


18:48 
0.7 


• • • 


X F 


27 


0KJ9 
5.2 


6:16 
0.9 


12:26 
6.4 


1S:.'>4 
0..1 


A M 28 


5^50 
1.1 


12:10 
6.3 


18:35 
I.O 






Th 


28 


0:50 
4.9 


6:68 
1.2 


13:10 
5.2 


19:40 
0.7 


E 8 


28 


1K)5 
6.4 


7:18 
0.8 


13:20 
5.3 


19:4^ 
0.4 


: Tu 29 


0:»2 
4.6 


6:45 
1.2 


13K)0 
5.2 


19:80 
1.0 




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29 


1:45 

6.1 


8:00 
1.0 


14:10 
5.3 


20:34 

6 


S 


29 


2:06 
5.7 


8:22 
0.6 


14.-24 
5.3 


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0.2 


\V 30 


1:32 
4.6 


7:45 
1.2 


13:rS 
5.2 


20:26 
0.9 


£ 


S 


30 


2:48 
5.4 


9:04 
0.7 


15:06 
5.4 


2128 
0.3 


M 


30 


3:05 
6.0 


9:27 
0.4 


15.-25 
5.4 


21:42 
0.0 


Th 31 2:»4 8:45 
4.S 1.0 

The tiden are placed in 

a Cf>m|iarivin of coiu*ecuti%H 

frrjin Mean Utw Water, whi 

. beloMT mean »*•». level. To 

(— ; y'UfU i- Ix'fore the heigl 

The tinif \i»e<\ is Central 
all greater are in the a f tern 

0, new morm: 1 , I^t q 
eqoAt^ir; A, P, moon in apoi 


14:.t6 
5.2 


21:24 
0.7 




renc€ 
cale 

f son 
wute 
ublrk 
ridia 
hen 

i; X, 


i 






the firs 
low wa 
and Gi 
?ight to 

L2»"isno< 

L' the tit 
a the eq 




.Tu 


31 4K)5 10:30 16::» 22:40 1 
6.3 0.2 5.5 -0.3 | 

ht« on the second line of each day: 
is. in feet and tenths, are reckontd 
or this region, and which in 3 fee( 
given on the chart, unless a minu.< 

8 than 12 are in the forenoon (a. m. i. 
for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 
lWU farthest north or south of the 


the order of occ 
i heighta will i 
rh i.M the datur 
find the depth 
It. in which ca- 
Standard. 90th 
>on 1 p. m. ) anr 

nar.; 0. full "» 
gee or perigee. 


un 
tidi 

n c 
of 
■eg 
me 
Iw 

fX>E 


, with their times on 
whether it i*« high or 
ndings on the C\)a>t 
r. ada the tabular ht 
ict it. 

nW.jO*'!* midnight.] 
diminished by 12 giv 
3d quar.; E, moon oi 


t line a 
ter. Th 
•odetic 
the sou 

>n:ullh 
nes afU 
uator; 


ud heig 
le heigh 
Charts 1 
ndings 

ours lea 
r noon; 
N. S, mi 



KEY WEST (Fort Taylor), FLORIDA, 1907. 



125 



i — 




JANUARY. 






■ 


FEBRUARY. 






MARCH. j 


i 


Day of— 


TImeand Height of High &nd 
Low Water. 


dtoayof- 


TLDiiJHnd Height of mghand 
Unv Water. 


S 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of High and ' 
Low Water. i 


W. Mo. 


3 




Mo, 


W. Mo. 
F 1 




Tu 1 


3:42 
-0.3 


10:26 
0.8 


14 45 

0.3 


21-23 

1.0 




F 


I 


4 tfi 10 4» 

-0.2 1.0 


0,0 


32^ 
1,4 


3:16 
-0.2 


9:33 
1.2 


15:07 
—0.1 


21:43 
1.5 




W 2 


4:15 
-0.3 


llrOl 
0.8 


15 24 


22:00' 
1,& 




8 


2 


iM 11:12 
-0, 1 1. 1 


16:62 
0,0 


'J3:17 


E 


S! 2 


3:48 
—0.1 


10:00 
1.2 


15:53 
—0.2 


22:28 
1.4 




Th 3 


4:48 
-0 2 


11-86 
0.8 


o,a 


2J;40 
1.4 


B 


§ 


3 


5 30 11:48 
0.0 1.2 


17:50 
0.0 






S ' 3 


4:18 
0.0 


10:31 
1.3 


16:41 
—0.2 


23:10 
1.2 




F 


4 


5:23 
-0.1 


12:07 
0.9 


iT-oa 

2 


L3 




M 


4 


m fi;tfi 
M OJ 


12:33 
1.3 


18:51 





M 4 


4:51 
0.0 


11:06 
1.4 


17:33 
—0.2 






S ' 5 


6:03 
-0.1 


12:41 
1.0 


1^03 
0.2 




C 


Tu 5 


1 15 6.45 
0.8 O.a 


13,-27 
1.3 


0.0 




Tu 5 


0:03 
1.0 


5:26 
0.1 


11:50 
1.4 


18:30 
-0.1 




Hi 6 


0:22 
1.2 


6:47 
0.0 


13:^ 
1.1 


19;10 
0.2 




W 6 


2-45 7r27 
0.8 0.2 


14:30 
1.4 


21:21 
0.0 


W 6 


1:10 
0.8 


6:05 
0.2 


12:47 
1.5 


19:42 
0.0 ' 


E 


M 7 


1.32 
1.0 


7:31 
0.1 


14:15 
1.2 


a»26 

t>,l 




Th 7 


4*18 n:£t 
0,7 0,3 


15.42 
1,6 


22:50 
-0,1 


<L 


Th 


7 


2:38 
0.7 


6:50 
0.2 


14:00 
1.5 


21:09 
0.0 


iTu^ 8 


2:58 
0.9 


8:18 
0.2 


L3 


2VM 
0.0 




F 


8 


53d 9:»J 
0.7 0.3 


ldi52 
1,6 


, . . 


H 


F 


8 


4:10 
0.6 


7:55 
0.3 


15:24 
1.5 


22:45 
-0.1 


,'w 


9 


4:31 
0.8 


9:07 
0.2 


16:10 
1.5 


22:57 
-0.1 


s 


1 S 


& 


04 6r3S 
-0.2 0.7 


10:U 
0.3 


17:5f» 

l.S 


P 


S 9 


5:25 
0.7 


9:19 
0.3 


16:45 
1.6 


23:59 
—0.1 


1 Th 


10 


5.42 
0.8 


10-05 
0.2 


17:08 
1.7 


. . . 


F 


n 10 


1:08 7:22 
-0,3 0,5* 


11-52 

o.> 


18,53 
1,9 




S 10 


6:17 
0.8 


10:44 
0.2 


17:50 
1.7 




F 


11 


0:05 
-0.3 


6:40 
0.8 


11:05 
0.2 


18:05 
1.8 




M u 


1:50 8:07 
—0.4 O.ff 


12:52 
0,1 


19:46 
1.9 




M 11 


0:50 
—0.2 


7:03 
0.7 


11:57 
0.1 


18:50 
1.7 


1 p s ; 12 


1:06 
-0.4 


7-36 
0.8 


12:01 
0/J 


]»t57 
1.2 


• Tu 12 


2:Sa S:49 
—0.4 1.0 


13:47 
0.0 


20:3fi 




Tu 12 


1:30 
—0.2 


7:43 
1.1 


12:59 
0.0 


19:41 
1.7 


s § 13 

• 


1:59 
-0.5 


8.22 
0.9 


12:56 
0.1 




!w n 


B,09 9:29 
-^.3 1.1 


U;40 
^-0.1 


2l:'i5 
l.W 


W 13 


2:a5 
-0.2 


8:20 
1.2 


13-60 
—0.1 


20:30 
1.7 


iM 14 


2:46 
-0.5 


9-09 
0.9 


IS 60 


20 40 
2.0 




Th 14 


3:45 lOHW 
-0.3 1.2 


1S:33 
^-0.1 


22:11 
l.H 


• Th 14 


2:45 
—0.2 


8:58 
1.3 


14:39 
—0.2 


21:14 
1.6 


Til 15 

1 


3:30 
-0.5 


9-55 
1.0 


H42 
0,0 


21;32 




F 


15 


1:24 10 46 
-0.i! 1.3 


liJ:24 
-0.1 


2'J:^ 
1.4 


E F 


15 


3:15 
—0.1 


9:30 
1.4 


15:24 
^0.2 


21:59 ; 
1.5 


VV 


16 


4:12 
-0.4 


10:40 
1.1 


15.35 
0,0 


22 £2 
1.7 


E 


S 


m 


4;5« 11:27 


17:11 
-0,1 


2346 
1.2 




S 


16 


3:45 
—0.1 


10:02 
1.4 


16^)8 
—0.2 


2-2:42 
1.3 1 


Th 


17 


4:53 
-0.3 


11:26 
1.1 


0.1 


23:14 
1,5 




^ 


17 


.'>:ji0 12:06 
0.0 1.3 


ljj:10 
0,0 


' ' ' 




S 17 


4:12 
0.0 


10:40 
1.4 


16:50 
-0.1 


23:30 
1.1 


: F 18 

1 


5:82 
-0.2 


12:12 
1.2 


17-32 


; : : 




M 1 is 


0:43 6:09 
1.0 0.2 


12:52 
1.3 


19M 
0.1 




M 18 


4:42 
0.1 


U:17 
1.4 


17:34 
0.0 


: : : 


E s ;i9 


0:10 
1.3 


618 
-0.1 


12:67 
1.2 


lft:B7 
0.1 


3> 


Tu li> 


1:50 fl:35 
0.9 0.3 


13:45 
1.3 


20:14 
0.2 




Tu 19 


0:20 
0.9 


5:10 
0.2 


11:56 
1.4 


18:23 
0.0 




S |20 


1:11 
1.1 


6:58 
O.l 


13.47 
1.2 


0.2 




W • 20 


3:04 7:12 
0.1 0.3 


14:43 
1.3 


2t:45 
0,2 




W 20 


1:20 
• 0.8 


5:40 
0.3 


12:40 
1.3 


19:22 
O.l 


'd 


M 21 

1 


2:21 
1.0 


7:39 
0.2 


MA2 
1.3 


21:10 

0.2 


A T(i l4 


4 i^O j*:00 
0,6 0,4 


15:46 
1,3 


23:16 
0.1 


A Th 21 

}) 1 


2:34 
0.7 


6:18 
0.4 


13:37 
1.2 


20:37 
0.1 


' Tu 22 


3:38 
0.9 


8:19 
0.3 


1,3 


Kr37 
0,1 


F 22 


5-3^ y.U5 
0.6 0.5 


]6!43 
1.3 




N- F 22 


Z:bb 
0.6 


7:15 
0.5 


14:48 
1.2 


•22:00 
O.l , 


W 23 


4:50 
0.8 


9:05 
0.4 


1633 
1,4 


23.51 
0.0 


K S 23 


OTll OT^i? 
0.0 0.7 


10:1 (> 
O.i 


17:a<> 
1,4 


; S 23 


5:08 
0.6 


8:22 
0.5 


. 15:58 
1.3 


•23:09 j 
0.1 


Th 24 


5:55 
0.7 


9:59 
0.4 


1.5 




S 24 


0:47 707 
-0.1 0.7 


11:19 
0.4 


iH.i-^ 
1,5 


S 24 


5:52 
0.7- 


9;50 
0.5 


17:01 
1.3 


23:52 1 
0.0 


1 A i F 25 


0:40 
^.1 


6:50 
0.7 


IO;t-J 
U.4 


l«:Oe 
1.5 


M 2o 


1:11* 7:4.H 
—0.1 0.8 


12:11 
0.3 


1.6 




M 25 


6:30 
0.8 


11:02 
0.4 


17:.>5 
1.4 




' S 26 


1:20 
—0.2 


7:35 
0.7 


UAI 
U.4 


18:45 1 
L6 




Tu m 


l:4f> 8:15 
—0. Li 0, S 


0.2 


19:45 
l.(i 




Tu 26 


0:27 
0.0 


7:01 
1.0 


11:5S 
0.2 


18:41 
1.4 1 


N : S 27 

1 


1:52 
-0.2 


8:15 
0.8 


12:27 
0.4 


19:20 
1.0 


W L^7 


2:13 8:43 
—0.2 1.0 


33HO 
0.1 


20:2-^ 




W 27 


0:59 
—O.l 


7:30 
1.1 


12:45 
O.l 


19:26 1 
1.5 


j 'm 28 


2:20 
—0.2 


8:47 
0.8 


13:09 
0.3 


20:00 
1.7 


O Th2S 


2:4i 9;H} 
—0.2 1.1 


14:24 
0,0 


21:l>l 1 
l.fJ 


Th 28 


1:37 
—O.I 


7:56 
1.2 


13:31 
-0.1 


20:07 
1.5 


C Tu 29 


2:48 
—0.3 


9:20 
0.9 


13:50 
0.2 


30:30 
1.7 


! 








i F 29 


2:07 
—0.1 


8:20 
1.3 


14:15 
—0.2 


20:50 
1.5 


W 

] 


30 


3:16 
-0.3 


9:52 
0.9 


Ht33 
0.1 


1.6 




' 










S 30 


2:39 
-O.l 


8:50 
1.4 


14:56 
-■0.3 


21.32 
1.4 


Th 


31 


3:46 10:21 15;] 7 
-0.2 1.0 0.1 

e.s are placed In the orde 
on of consecutive height 
Low Water, which is tl 
«low mean sea level. T 
-) sign is before the heig 


2l:M| 

1,D 














S 


31 

htsc 
ts. ii 
Cha 
mdi 


3:09 
0.0 


9:21 15:40 22:18 , 
1.5 -0.4 1.2; 

)nd line of each day: 
tenths, are reckoned 
s region, and which 
on the chart, unless 

1 


' The tid 
a compam 
from Mean 

1 is 0.6 foot h 
a minus (- 


r of occ 
swill ii 
ie datu 
a find t 
ht, in V 


'urrence, wi 
idicaie whe 
m of sound: 
tie depth of 
rhich case si 


th their times on the first line and heig 
her it is high or low water. The heigh 
ngs on the Coast and Geodetic Survey 
water, add the tabular height to the soi 
ibstract it. 


n the sec< 
1 feet and 
rts for th] 
ngs given 


The tin 
all greater 


le used is Central Standard, 90ih meridian W 
are in the afternoon (p.m.) and when dimi 


Oh is midnight, 12t> is noon : ail hours less thai 
nished by 12 give the times after noon; for 


1 12 are in the forenoon (a. m. ), 
nstance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 


1 •, new 
equator; A 


moon; }) 
, P, moon 


, 1st quar.; Q, full moon; (^, 3d 
in apogee or perigee. 


quar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


farthest north or south of the 



126 



KEY WEST (Fort Taylor), FLORIDA, 1907. 



APRIL. 


[ 




MAT, 






JUNE. 


1 


Day of— 


Tijnt^ find H«Jkht or High ana 
Low waier. 


DAjrof- 


Time uid Heighi oF Mtgh and 
Low WAter. 


c Dayof-I 
a W. iMo. 


Time and Helfht of Hi^h and 
Low Water. 


W, Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 




mI 1 


3:40 
0.0 


9:69 
L6 


16:26 
—0.4 


28KJ7 
LO 




W 


1 


8:47 
0.1 


10:17 
L8 


17:13 
-0.4 






s 


1 


0:60 
0.8 


5:18 
0.2 


12:10 
L5 


18..5K 
—0-2 


P 


Tu| 2 


4:16 
0.1 


10:36 
L6 


17:19 
-0.3 


: : : 


S 


Th 


2 


0:06 
0.8 


4:80 
0.2 


11K)9 
1.7 


18:12 
-0.3 


c s 


2 


1:53 
0.9 


6:32 
0.8 


18:25 
L4 


19:55 

—0.1 




W 3 


0:02 
0.9 


4:63 
0.2 


11:25 
1.6 


18:21 
-0.2 




F 3 

1 


1:10 
0.7 


6:22 
0.8 


12:16 
L6 


19:18 
—0.1 


m' 3! 


2:66 
LO 


7:69 
0.8 


14:45 
1.3 


2I:0C' 
O.U 




Th 


4 


1:16 
0.7 


6:37 
0.3 


12:25 
L6 


19:80 
-0.1 


cc 


S 4 


2:21 
0.7 


6:80 
0.4 


13:35 
1.6 


20:88 
0.0 


Tu' 4| 


3:48 
LI 


9:34 
0.2 


16X)5 
L2 


22:CC 
0.1 


I'F 


5 


2:38 
0.6 


6:82 
0.4 


13:48 
1.6 


20:57 
0.0 




S 5 


8:82 
0.8 


7:69 
0.8 


16:04 
1.4 


21:49 
0.0 


E 


W 51 

1 I 


4:87 
1.2 


10:53 
0.1 


17:18 
LI 


22:46 
0.2 




S 


6 


3:68 
0.7 


7:47 
0.4 


16:16 
1.4 


22:27 
0.0 




M 6 


4:82 
LO 


9:38 
0.2 


16:22 
1.8 


22:49 
0.0 




Thi 6 


6:22 
L4 


11:58 
—0.1 


18:16 
1.1 


23:30 
0.2 




» 7| ^!1 


9:26 
0.3 


16:36 
1.6 


28:82 
0.0 




Tu 7 


6:20 
LI 


11:00 
0.1 


17:82 
1.8 


28:41 
0.0 




F 7 


6K)5 
L5 


12:.51 
—0.2 


19.-09 
LO 


. . . 




M 


8 5:62 
1 0.9 


10:66 
0.2 


17:44 
1.5 


: : : 




W 8 


6:00 
L8 


12:02 
0.0 


18:82 
1.8 






S 8 


0:06 
0.2 


6:46 
1.6 


13:36 
—0.3 


19:56 
1.0 




Tu 


9 1 0:19 

^^ -0.1 


6:35 
LI 


12:06 
0.0 


18:40 
L6 


£ 


Th 9 


0:20 
0.1 


6:87 
L4 


12:55 
-0.2 


19:23 
1.8 




S 9| 


0:38 
0.3 


7:22 
1.7 


14:15 
-0.8 


70.39 
0.9 




W 


10 


1:03 
-0.1 


7:14 
L3 


13:00 
—0.1 


19:82 
L6 




F 10 


0:62 
0.1 


7:16 
L6 


18:40 
—0.8 


20:10 
L2 


• 


M 10 i 


1:12 
0.8 


7:69 
L7 


14:61 
-0.8 


21:30 
0.9 


£ 


Th 11 


1:38 
-0.1 


7:47 
1.4 


13:45 
—0.2 


20:20 
1.6 




S 'll 


1:22 
0.1 


7:60 
1.6 


14:21 
-0.4 


20:51 
LI 




Tu 11 


1:43 
0.3 


8:30 
1.7 


16:24 
-0.3 


21 »8 
O.S 


• 


F 12 


2:07 
0.0 


8:20 
1.6 


14:28 
-0.8 


21K)6 
L4 


• 


» 12 


1:62 
0.2 


8:28 
L7 


14:69 
-0.4 


21:83 
1.0 


A 
N 


W 1 12 


2.17 
0.8 


9KJ2 
1.7 


16-.55 
-0.3 


22:40 
0.8 




S 


13 2:84 
0.0 


8:66 
L6 


16:09 
-0.8 


21:48 
L3 




m'i3 


2:20 
0.2 


8:66 
L7 


15:86 
-0.8 


22:18 
0.9 




Th 13 


2:60 
0.3 


9:32 
1.6 


16:28 
-0.2 


23r20 
0.7 




8 


"i Ti 


9:27 
1.6 


16:49 
-0.8 


22:29 
LI 




Tu!14 


2:49 
C.2 


9:27 
L6 


16:12 
-0.8 


22:67 
0.8 




F 14, 


3:27 
0.3 


10:06 
L6 


17H)2 
—0.2 






M|15 3:28 


10:00 
L6 


16:27 
-0.2 


28:12 
0.9 




W 16 


8:18 
0.8 


9:67 
1.6 


16:47 
-0.2 


23:42 
0.7 




S ' 15 


0:01 
0.7 


4.-08 
0.3 


10:40 
L4 


17:36 
-0.1 


ITu 


16 3:W 
0.2 


10:33 
1.5 


17:09 
—0.1 


• • • 


A 

N 


Th 16 


8:50 
0.4 


10:29 
L5 


17:26 
—0.1 


. . . 




8 16! 


0:48 
0.8 


4:67 
0.4 


11:21 
1.3 


18:14 
0.0 




W 


17 1 <>=<» 
0.8 


4:25 
0.3 


11:05 
L4 


17:62 
—0.1 




F 17 


0-.88 
0.7 


4.-26 
0.4 


11:00 
L4 


18.-08 
0.0 


M 17, 


1:20 
0.8 


6:58 
0.8 


12:16 
1.2 


19.-00 
0.0 


A 


Th, 18 \ 0^ 


4:68 
0.4 


11:89 
1.8 


18:41 
0.0 




S 18 


1:29 
0.7 


6:18 
0.4 


11:42 
L8 


18:64 
0.0 


]) Tu 18 

1 


1:69 
0.9 


7:06 
0.8 


18:25 
1.1 


19-.52 
0.1 


N 


F 19 


2.03 
0.6 


6:40 
0.6 


12:28 
1.2 


19:40 
0.1 




S 19 


2:26 
0.7 


6:12 
0.4 


12:44 
1.2 


19:46 
0.1 


W 19 


2:48 
1.0 


821 
0.2 


14:49 
LO 


2039 
0.2 


D 


8 


20 


3:18 
0.6 


6:82 
0.6 


13:40 
L2 


20:42 
0.1 


}) 


M 20 


8:19 
0.8 


7:80 
0.4 


14:14 
1.1 


20:40 
0.1 


E Th 20 


8:82 
1.2 


9:89 
0,1 


16:14 
1.0 


21:29 

0.2 




S 21 


4:21 
0.7 


7:56 
0.6 


16:04 
L2 


21:48 
0.1 




Tu 21 


8;59 
0.9 


8:55 
0.8 


16:88 
1.1 


21:43 
0.1 


F 21 


4:19 
1.3 


10:40 
0.0 


17:80 
0.9 


22:17 
0.2 




mI22 


6:06 
0.8 


9.-26 
0.4 


16:20 
1.2 


22.41 
0.1 




W 22 

1 


4:35 
LO 


10:10 
0.2 


16:48 
1.1 


22:82 
O.l 




S 22 


6:09 
L5 


11:47 
-0.2 


18:80 
0.9 


23:06 
0,2 




Tu 


23 


6:40 
• 1.0 


10:40 
0.3 


17:22 
1.2 


28:31 
0.1 


E 


Th 23 


5:K 
L2 


11:18 
0.0 


17:60 
1.1 


28:17 
0.1 




s '23! 

1 


6:58 
L7 


12:47 
—0.4 


1952 
0.9 


23:.tS 
0,1 




W 


24 


6:09 
LI 


11:39 
0.1 


18:16 
L8 






F 24 


6:60 
L4 


12K)3 
—0.2 


18:48 
1.1 


28:58 
0.1 




M 


24 


6:47 
L9 


13:37 
-0.5 


20:14 
0.9 






Th 


25 


0:12 
0.0 


6:87 
1.2 


12:28 
-0.1 


19:06 
1.3 




S 26 


6:28 
1.6 


12:66 
-0.4 


19:88 
1.1 




9 Tu 


25, 


0:46 
0.1 


7:32 
2.0 


14:29 
-0.6 


21:(e 
0.9 


£ 


F 


26 


0:48 
0.0 


7:08 
1.4 


18:14 
-0.3 


19:52 
L4 




Sl26 


0:39 
0.1 


7K)9 
1.8 


13:4.5 
—0.6 


20:27 
1.1 


S W 26 


1:85 
0.1 


8:21 
2.0 


15:18 
—0.6 


21:n0 
0.9 




S 


27 


1:21 
0.0 


7:40 

L5 


13:65 
-0.4 


20:40 
L3 


o 


M 27 


1:18 
0.2 


7:50 
1.9 


14:35 
-0.6 


21:17 
1.0 


Th 


27 

1 


2:24 
0.1 


9:12 
2.0 


16:06 
—0.5 


22:3S 
0.9 


O 


s 


28 


1:56 
0.0 


8:15 
1.7 


14:41 
-0.5 


21:26 
1.2 


p 


Tu 28 


1.69 
0.2 


8:32 
1.9 


16:24 
-0.6 


22:06 
0.9 


1 F 


28' 


8:17 
0.1 


lOKM 
L9 


16-.52 
-0.4 


2S:2R 

LO 




M 


29 


2:30 
0.1 


8:52 
L8 


15:30 
—0.6 


22:14 
LI 


s 


w!29 


2:42 
0.2 


9:18 
1.9 


16:13 
-0.5 


22:55 
0.8 


1 S 

1 


291 


4:14 
0.1 


L7 


17:3J» 
-0.8 


. . . 


P 


Tu 30 


3:06 
0.1 


9:34 
L8 


16:20 
-0.5 


23:05 
0.9 




Th 30 


3:28 
0.2 


10:08 
L8 


17:08 
—0.4 


23:60 
0.8 


r 


30 


0:20 
LO 


6:17 
0.1 


12KH) 
1.5 


18:23 
—0.2 


1 












F 31 


4:17 
0.2 


11:03 
1.7 


18:00 
-0.3 


. . . 


1 


1 










Th 
a com] 
from * 
is 0.6 f 
unless 


e tides are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
mrison of consecutive heights will indicate whe 
klean Low Water, which Is the datum of sound 
oot below mean sea level. To find the depth 
a minus (— ) sign is before the height, in which 


th their times on the first line and heights on the second line of each day: 
ther it is high or low water. The heights, in feet and tenths, are reckoned 
Ings on the Ckjast and Geodetic Sun'ev Charts for this region, and which 

ofwater. add the tabular height lo the soundings given on the chart. 

case subtract it. 


The time used is Central Standard, 90ih meridian W 
all greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and when dimin 


Oh is midnight. 12"> is noon: all hours less than 12 are in the forenoon (a. in.), 
ished by 12 give the times after noon; for instance. 16:47 is 8:47 p. m. 


#. new moon: ^, Ist quar.; Q. full moon; (^, 3d ( 
equator; A, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


juar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


farthest north or south of the 



KEY WEST (Fort Taylor), FLORIDA, 1907. 



127 



. 


JULY. 


It of High and 
'ater. 


AUGUST. 


SEPTEMBER. || 


c Day of— 
S W. Mo. 


Time and Helgl 
Lowll 


S 


Dayof- 


Time and Hei^t of High and 
Low Water. 


S 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


W. 


Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 


M 1 


1:16 
1.1 


6:26 
0.2 


13:06 
1.8 


19:17 
0.0 


Th 


1 


2:10 
1.3 


8:80 
0.1 


15:10 
0.9 


19:62 
0.8 




» 


1 


8:25 
L8 


10:59 
0.1 


17:17 20:47 
0.6 0.5 


1 Tu 2 


2:06 
1.2 


7:45 
0.2 


14:19 
1.1 


20Kr7 
0.1 




F 


2 


8:08 
L8 


10:05 
0.1 


16:28 
0.8 


20:89 
0.8 


N 

A 


M 


2 


4:28 
L3 


12:02 
0.0 


18:13 22:06 
0.7 0.5 


;\v 3 


8H)0 
1.2 


9:11 
0.2 


15:40 
1.0 


20:66 
0.2 




S 3 


4:09 
1.4 


11:82 
0.0 


17:89 
0.7 


21:88 
0.4 




Tu 


3 


6:23 
L4 


12:41 
0.0 


1855 28:15 
0.8 0.4 


Th 4 


8:53 
1.3 


10:36 
0.1 


16:52 
0.9 


21:44 
0.3 




» 4 


5:02 
1.5 


12:82 
-0.1 


18:86 
0.7 


22:88 
0.4 




W 


4 


6:12 
L6 


13:10 
-0.1 


19:30 . . . 
0.9 .. . 


,F 5 


4:47 
1.4 


31:49 
0.0 


17:58 
0.9 


22.-82 
0.8 


A 


M 


5 


6:53 
L6 


13:17 
-0.1 


19:24 
0.7 


23:88 
0.4 




Th 


5 


0:08 
0.3 


6:57 
L8 


13:36 20K)1 , 
-0.1 LO 


' S 6 


6:35 
1.6 


12:45 
—0.1 


18:64 
0.8 


23:18 
0.8 


N 


Tu 


6 


6:37 
1.6 


13:49 
—0.2 


20:08 
0.8 


: : : 




F 


6 


0:52 
0.2 


7:36 
1.5 


18:58 20:28 ' 
—0.1 LI , 


S 7 


6f/0 
1.6 


18:30 
-0.2 


19:42 
0.7 






W 


7 


0:22 
0.4 


7:18 
1.6 


14:15 
—0.2 


20:87 
0.9 


9 


S 


7 


1:32 
0.1 


8:15 
L5 


14:28' 20:63 
—0.1 1.1 


mI 8 


0:01 
0.8 


7:00 
1.7 


-0.3 


20:26 
0.8 




Th 


8 


1:04 
0.8 


7:56 
1.6 


14:40 
—0.2 


21K)8 
0.9 




8 


8 


2:13 
0.0 


8:50 
1.6 


16:00 21:15 
-0.1 1.2 


ATu 9 


0:42 
0.4 


7:86 
1.7 


14:39 
-0.8 


21.-00 
0.8 


• 


F 


9 


1:48 
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8:30 
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21:89 
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2:53 
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9:28 
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15:27 2139 
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1:19 
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8:11 
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21:39 
0.8 




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2:23 
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9:06 
1.6 


15:80 
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22:05 
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10 


3:35 
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10:08 
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15:56 22:07 
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1:56 
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8:45 
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16-.85 
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22:18 
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8:05 
0.1 


9:40 
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15:59 
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22:28 
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W 


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10:48 
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16:26 22:40 
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2:35 
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9:18 
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16:02 
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22:47 
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8:48 
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10:15 
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16:34 
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22:60 
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5:06 
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11:35 
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17K)0 28:19 
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8:15 
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9:51 
1.6 


16'.S2 
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28.-20 
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13 


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10:67 
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17K)5 
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28:21 
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6:00 
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12:88 
0.8 


17:36 . . . 
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3:59 
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10:28 
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17K)2 
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28:46 
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11:40 
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17:89 
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28:68 
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7K» 
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18:58 18:20 
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M 15 


4:47 
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11:08 
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17:41 
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6:20 
0.0 


12:87 
1.0 


18:18 
0.1 






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15 


1:12 
L6 


8:22 
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16:28 19:13 
0.6 0.8 


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1.0 


5:40 
0.2 


11:66 
1.2 


18:21 
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7:20 
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13:56 
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9:62 
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16:48 20:36 
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0:62 
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6:42 
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12:55 
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19:00 
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1:46 
1.4 


8:39 
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16:87 
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19.44 
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L6 


11:17 
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17:47 22:06 
0.7 0.3 


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1.2 


7:52 
0.1 


14:13 
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19.41 
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2:69 
1,5 


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16:58 
0.6 


20:50 
0.3 


P 


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5:20 
L6 


12:16 
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18:?6 23:27 
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F 19 


2:34 
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9:00 
0.1 


16:60 
0.8 


20:30 
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4:16 
1.6 


11:29 
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18:04 
0.7 


22:07 
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6:22 
L7 


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19:15 . . . 
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3:84 
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10:20 
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17:10 
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21:26 
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Tu 


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5:25 
L7 


12:31 
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18:57 
0.8 


23r20 
0.2 




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0:32 
0.0 


7:18 
1.7 


18:40 19:54 
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S 21 


4:87 
1.6 


11:35 
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18:16 
0.7 


22:29 
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6:27 
1.8 


13:28 
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19:41 
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125 
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8^X7 
L7 


14:18 20:30 
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M 22 


5:35 

1.8 


12:89 
-0.3 


19:10 
0.8 


23:29 
0.2 




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22 


0:27 
0.1 


7:24 
1.9 


14K)6 
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20:22 
LO 


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s 


22 


2:16 
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8:53 
L6 


14:60 21K)3 
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s Tu 23 


6:31 
1.9 


18:34 
-0.4 


20:00 
0.8 




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1:24 
0.0 


8:13 
1.9 


14:44 
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21K)1 
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23 


3:02 
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9:40 
L5 


15:21 21:40 
—0.1 L5 


Ip W 24 




0:80 
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7:26 
2.0 


14:28 
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20:45 
0.9 




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2:18 
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9:04 
1.8 


15:20 
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21:40 
L2 




Tu 


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3:48 
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10:26 
L3 


16:52 22:17 
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1 Th 26 


1:26 
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8:18 
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15:06 
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21:29 
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8:10 
-0.2 


9:50 
1.7 


16:00 
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22.18 
1.8 




W 


25 


4:30 
-0.3 


11:15 
1.1 


16^28 22:55 
0.1 1.6 


F 26 


2:19 
0.0 


9K)8 
1.9 


15:47 
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22:12 
1.1 


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M 26 


4:01 
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10:40 
1.5 


16:36 
—0.1 


22:67 
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26 


6:18 
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12:06 
LO 


16:56 23:37 
0.2 L4 


S 27 


8:12 
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10:00 
1.8 


16:28 
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22.55 
1.2 




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4:M 
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11:29 
1.3 


17:07 
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23-.39 
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6:10 
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13K» 
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17:26 . . . 
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1 ' S 28 


4:10 
0.0 


10:50 
1.6 


17:07 
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23:40 
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5:46 
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12:22 
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17:40 
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0:23 
L4 


7:07 
0.0 


14:15 18:06 
0.8 0.4 


E M 29 


5:08 
0.0 


11:46 
1.4 


17:51 
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Th'29 


0:25 
1.4 


6:40 
0.0 


13:28 
0.9 


18:18 
0.2 


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29 


1:20 
L3 


8r20 
0.1 


15:36 18:56 
0. 7 0. 6 


Tu 30 


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1.2 


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12-44 
1.2 


18:31 
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1:20 
1.4 


7:50 
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14:41 
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18:50 
0.3 


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M 


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2:33 
L2 


9:46 
0.1 


16:47 20:11 
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13:58 
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19:10 
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greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and 
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ts for this region, and which is 1 
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1; for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. ni. 
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23:47 
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7:48 
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19:15 
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11:02 
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17:27 
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23:33 
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14:01 
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11:90 
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15:41 
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22:25 
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11:47 
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13:46 
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17:32 
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15:53 
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22:12 
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16:45 
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21:11 
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22:54 
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from .MfKn liow WaK-r, which Ih th 
O.ft fool Ix'low mean wa level. To 
iniiiiiN ( ) Hlflrn 1m iM'fore the heigh 

Thetimenw'dinC'entral Staudu 

r». ni. ), all greater are In the aftern 

%, new in<Hin: >, Ixl qunr.; f 

e<|iiatJ»r; A, 1*. moon in apogee or i 


22:28 
0.3 


! 

1 












Tu 31 


6:08 
0.8 


10:35 
0.2 


17:32 
1.7 




rof occ 
l« will i 
e datui 
find th 
L, in wh 
ird, 90tl 
oon ( p. 
J, full 1 
lerigee. 


urrence, with their times on the flrat line and heights on the second line of each dav: 
ndleate whether it is high or low water. The heights, in feet and tenths, are re<konet1 
tn of ."ioundings on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Charts for this region, and which i» 
e depth of water, add the tabular height to the soundings given on the chart, unlet* « 
ic'h ea.He subtract it. 

1 Meridian W.; 0»'l8 midnight, 12»« is noon: nil hours less than 12 are in the forenoon 
m. ) and when diminished by 12 give the times after noon; for instonce, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 
noon; X. 3d quar.; E, moon on the equator; N. S, moon farthest north or south of the 



GALVESTON (Doswell's Wharf), TEXAS, 1907. 



129 



JANUARY. 



Day of— 



W. I Mo. 



Tu| 1 
w' 2 



s 


s 


13 


• 


M 


14 


Til 

1 


15 




W 


16 




Th 


17 




F 


18 


E 


S 


19 




s 


20 


}) 


M 


21 



s 



iTh 
' F 

S 

M 

Tl 

W 
|Th 10 
; f'iI 

p s : 12 



Time and Height of High and 
Low Wat^Tn 





s 


5 




s 


6 


£ 


M 
Tu 


7 

8 




W 


9 



Th 24 
F 25 

S 26 



27 



M,28 



ITh 31 



10:50 
—0.3 

11:27 
—0.2 

12:14 
—0.1 

13:00 
0.0 

13:57 
0.2 

3:a3 
0.6 

4:17 
0.3 

5:03 
0.2 

6:62 
0.0 

6:43 
—0.2 

7:37 
-0.8 

8:29 
—0.4 

9:22 
—0.4 

10:13 
-0.3 

11.02 
—0.3 

11:50 
—0.1 

12:36 
0.0 

8:28 
0.6 

4:m 
0.6 

4:30 
0.4 

5K)6 
0.3 

5:47 
0.2 

6:22 
0.1 

6:57 
0.1 

7:30 
0.0 

8.-03 
—0.1 

8:38 
—0.2 

9.15 
-0.2 

9.57 
-0.2 

10.39 
—0.2 

11.23 
—0.1 



20:10 
1.3 

20:35 



1.2 

20:58 
1.2 



21:12 



1.1 

21:80 
1.0 

8:39 
0.7 

10:25 
0.8 



6K)5 
0.7 

8:15 
0.6 

10:20 
0.7 

12:22 
0.8 

14K)6 



0.9 

16:28 
1.0 

16:28 
1.1 

17K)4 
1.2 

17:43 
1.3 

18:18 
1.3 

18.48 
1.3 



14:58 
0.4 

16:18 
0.6 



21:38 
0.9 

22:00 
0.9 



12:21 
0.9 

14:09 


17:32 
0.8 


22:08 
0.9 


8 


1.0 




15:45 

1.2 


P 


16:57 

1.3 




17:58 


• 


1.4 


18:41 

1.1 




19:22 








1.3 








19.51 

1.3 




20:20 


f 


1.2 




20:40 

1.1 





18:22 
0.2 

14:16 
0.4 

15:13 
0.5 

16:20 
0.7 



21:02 
1.0 

21:20 
0.9 

21:85 
0.9 

22:12 
0.8 



19.11 . 
1.2 . 



19.25 . 

1.2 . 

19.40 . 

1.1 . 



KEBKrAUY. 



o 



Day of— 



VV Mo. 



m; 4 

Tu 5 
W 6 



Th 
F 

S 

s 

M 
Tu 
W 
Th 

F 

S 

M 



Tui 19 



M 25 
Tu 26 
W 27 

Th 28 

I 



TLmie and Height of Hl^h and 
Low Walter. 



12K)7 19:45 

0.0 1.0 

1:27 5:48 12:56 19:57 

0.7 0.8 0.2 0.9 

1:69 7:35 13:52 20:06 

0.5 0.8 0.4 0.9 

2:24 8:67 14:58 20:20 

0.4 0.9 0.5 0.9 

3:19 10:48 15.55 20:22 

0.2 0.9 0.7 0.9 

4:15 12:48 

0.0 1.0 

5:15 14:46 

-0.1 L2 

6:18 15:59 

-0.2 1.2 

7:20 16:52 

-0.2 1.3 

8:18 17:31 

—0.3 1.3 

9:14 18:06 

—0.2 1.2 

10K)7 18:30 

—0.2 1.2 

10:57 18:50 

—0.1 1.1 

0:20 4:28 11:42 19:08 

0.7 0.8 0.1 1.0 

1:12 5:46 12:25 19:27 

0.6 0.8 0.2 0.9 

1:60 7:12 13:21 19:40 

0.5 0.8 0.4 0.9 

2:10 8:24 14:20 20:12 

0.4 0.8 0.6 0.8 

2:54 9:56 15:15 20:14 

0.3 0.8 0.6 0.8 

8-.84 11:47 

0.3 0.9 

4:24 18:42 

0.2 LO 

5K)7 14:62 

0.1 LI 

5:63 15:41 

0.1 L2 

658 1632 

0.0 L2 

7:25 16:52 

—0.1 1.2 

8:12 17:17 

-0.1 1.2 

9:00 17:37 

-0.1 L2 

9:47 17:53 23:06 . . . 

—0.1 LI 0.8 .. . 

2:45 10:85 18:05 23:20 

0.9 0.0 1.0 0.7 



MARCH, 



Dayol— 



W. !mo, 



F 


1 


S 


2 


s 


3 


M 


4 


Tu 


5 


\Vl 6 

1 


Th 7 


f1 8 


S 


9 


s 


10 


M 


11 


Tu 


12 


W 


13 


Th 


14 


F 


16 


S 


16 


8 


17 


M 


18 


Tu 


19 


W 


20 


Th 


21 


F 


22 


S 


23 


s 


24 


M 


25 


Tu 


26 


W 


27 


Th 28 


F 29 


S 


30 



S 31 



Tlmti And HeJa^htdf High aDd 
Low water. 



4K)5 
0.9 

5:22 
0.9 

0:19 
0.4 

0:57 
0.3 

1:42 
0.1 

2:36 
0.0 

3:38 
—0.1 

4:48 
—0.1 

6:00 
—0.1 

7:10 
—0.1 

8:13 
0.0 

1:15 
0.8 

2:60 
0.8 

4K)7 
0.9 

5:15 
0.9 

0:04 
0.4 

0:26 
0.3 

0:58 
0.8 

1:34 
0.2 

2:15 
0.2 

8:00 
0.1 

8:50 
0.1 

4:60 
0.1 

6:48 
0.0 

6:60 
0.0 

7:50 
0.1 

1:18 
0.8 

2:40 
0.9 

3:46 
LO 

4:45 
LI 

5:53 
LI 



11:25 
0.1 

12:13 
0.2 

6:33 
LO 

7:52 
1.0 



11K)5 
1.1 



1.1 

14:37 
L2 



15:32 
1.2 

16:12 
L2 



16:42 
1.1 

9:12 
0.0 

0.1 

10:54 
0.2 

11:42 
0.3 

6:15 
0.9 

7:14 
0.9 

8:26 
0.9 

9:44 



LO 

11:10 
1.0 

12:36 



LO 

13:45 
LI 



14:30 
LI 

15.-00 



LI 

15:29 
1.1 

15u% 
1.0 

8:48 
0.1 

9:42 
0.2 

10:40 
0.2 

11:34 
0.3 

12:34 
0.5 



18:17 
0.9 

18:32 
0.8 

13:07 
0.4 

14:09 
0.6 



17:06 

1.0 

17:24 
LO 

17:40 
0.9 

18:00 
0.8 

12:28 
0.4 

13:34 
0.5 

14:25 
0.6 



21:30 
0.7 

16:12 
0.9 

16:25 
0.9 

16:50 
0.8 

17:00 
0.7 

17:04 
0.7 



23:45 1 
0.5 



18:51 
O.H 

18:64 
0.8 



22:30 I 
0.7, 

22:67 
0.6 

23:30 
0.5 



18.-20 
0.8 

18:20 
0.7 

18:15 
0.7 



21:35 
0.6 ! 

21:58 
0.5 

22:22 
0.4 

22:55 i 
0.2 

23:34 
0.1 



The tides are placed in the order of occurrence, with their times on the first line and heights on the woond line of each day: 
a comparinon of consecutive heights will indicate whether it is high or low water. The heigntn, in feet and tenths, are reckone<l 
from Mean Low Water, which is the datum of soundings on the C(mst and Geodetic Survey Charts for this region, and which 
is 0.(> foot below mean sea level. To find the depth of water, add the tabular height to the soundings given on the chart, unless 
a minus ( — ) sign is before the height, in which case subtract it. 
, The time used is Central Standard, 90th meridian W.; O** is midnight, 12>> is noon; all hours less than 12 are in the forenoon 
(a. m. ), all greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and when diminished by 12 give the times after noon; for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 
#, new moon: }), 1st quar.: Q. full moon; (^, 3d quar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon farthest north or south of the 
' equator; A, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 



L 



1223—06 9 



13U 



GALVESTON (Doewell'e Wharf), TEXAS, 1907. 



APRIL. 



a .Dayof- 

s! 

a w. Mo. 



Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 



MAY. 



Dayof- 



W. Mo 



Time and Height of High and 
LowWater. 



JUNE. 



fi , Day of— 



a W. Mo.' 



Time and Height of High and 
Low water. 



lA 

I 

!n 



|E 



O 



M 1 

Tu 2 
W 3 
Th 4 
F 5 
S 6 
S 7 
M 8 
Tu 9 

w|io 

Thjll 
F|12 

8 ,13 
8 1 14 
Mjl5 
Tu.16 
wil7 
Th!l8 
F !l9 
S 120 
8 21 
M;22 

Tu;23 

I 
W 24 

Th 26 

Fi26 

S i27 
8 '28 
M;29 
Tul30 



7:06 18:36 17:02 . . . 

L2 0.6 0.7 .. . 

0:15 8:24 

0.0 1.2 

1:06 9:45 

-0.1 1.2 

2.'05 11:18 

—0.1 1.2 

8:14 12:50 

—0.1 1.2 

4:25 18:50 

0.0 1.2 

5:42 14:30 ....:. 

0.1 1.1 

6:66 16:00 

0.1 LO 

8:05 15:22 21:19 . . . 

0.2 0.9 0.5 .. . 

2:40 9:08 15:44 21:45 

0.8 0.8 0.9 0.4 

8:45 lOKW 16:14 22:11 

0.9 0.3 0.8 0.4 

4:89 11:10 16:20 22:29 

1.0 0.4 0.7 0.8 

5:40 12:05 16:24 22:66 

1.0 0.6 0.7 0.2 

6:88 18:05 16:16 23:26 

1.1 0.6 0.7 0.^ 

7M 28-.57 

1.1 0.1 

8:82 

LI 

0:30 9dJ4 

0.0 LI 

1:10 10-4» 

0.0 1.2 

1:54 llJtt 

0.0 L2 

2:46 12:17 

0.0 L2 

8:50 12:55 

0.1 LI 

4:58 18:29 

0.1 LI 

6:10 18:54 20:10 . . . 

0.2 1.0 0.6 .. . 

0:46 7.-22 14:14 20:20 

0.8 0.8 0.9 0.5 

2:10 8:80 14:45 20:42 

0.9 0.3 0.8 . 0.4 

8.-06 9:40 15:02 21:10 

LO 0.4 0.8 0.2 

4:15 10:54 15KM 21:42 

LI 0.5 0.7 0.0 

5:22 11:54 15:00 22:20 

1.2 0.6 0.8 —0.1 

6:26 23:06 

1.8 —0.2 

7:32 28:53 

1.8 —0.8 



w 

Th 
F 
S 
8 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
F 
8 
8 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
F 
8 
8 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
F 
8 
8 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
F 



I 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10: 

111 
12' 

H 

14 

16: 

17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



8:45 

L8 

0:45 9'.55 

—0.2 L8 

1:44 11.-00 

—0.2 L2 

2:45 11:54 

0.0 L2 

8:56 1257 

0.1 1.1 

5:10 13:06 20:00 . . . 

0.2 LO 0.5 .. . 

0:35 6:34 18:32 20:06 

0.6 0.4 0.9 0.4 

2:15 8:10 14:15 20:30 

0.8 0.5 0.8 0.4 

8:15 9:15 14:25 21:00 

0.9 0.5 0.8 0.2 

4:25 10:22 14:80 21:25 

LO 0.6 0.7 0.1 

5.-20 21:66 

LI 0.1 

6:14 22:18 

L2 0.0 

7:02 22:45 

L2 —0.1 

7:51 23:14 

L2 -0.1 

8:89 23:48 

1.3 -0.1 

9:22 

L8 

0.-27 10:00 

-0.1 L2 

1:14 10-.38 

-0.1 L2 

2:08 11:12 

0.0 L2 

8:12 11:40 19:85 21:00 

0.1 LI 0.6 0.7 

4:25 12:05 18:54 23:88 

0.2 LO 0.5 0.7 

6:45 12:18 18:50 . . . 

0.4 0.9 0.4 .. . 

im 7:14 12:50 19:19 

0.8 0.5 0.8 0.2 

2:24 8:25 13K)0 19:55 

LO 0.6 0.8 0.0 

3:36 9:40 13:02 20:85 

LI 0.7 0.8 -0.1 

4:44 10:45 13:10 21:18 

1.3 0.8 0.9 —0.3 

6:46 22:06 

L4 -0.8 

6:50 22:60 

L4 —0.4 

7:56 23:40 

L4 —0.3 

8:50 

L4 

0:32 9:40 

—0.2 L3 



8 

8 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
F 
8 
8 



M 10 
I 
iTull 

W 12 

Th 13 

14 

15 

8 16 



M 

Tu 
W 

Th 
F 

8 

8 



M 24 



1:26 1034 

-0.1 L2 

2:25 IIKW 

0.1 LI 

8:80 11:25 18:60 23:20 

0.2 LO 0.5 0.6 

4:55 11:50 19KN) . . . 

0.4 0.9 0.4 .. . 

1:24 6:28 12:16 19:29 

0.8 0.6 0.9 0.3 

2:50 7:55 12:36 20:00 

0.9 0.7 0.8 0.2 

4.-00 20-.30 

LO 0.1 

bM 20:58 

L2 0.0 

6:54 21:22 

L2 -0.1 

6:42 21:48 

1.3 —0.1 

7:25 22:18 

L3 —0.2 

8:00 22:48 

L3 —0.2 

8:27 28:20 

L3 —0.2 

8:57 

L8 

OM 9:24 

-0.1 L8 

0:51 9:52 

0.0 L2 

1:45 10:10 

0.1 LI 

2:45 10:25 17:14 21:5!* 

0.2 LO 0.5 0.6 

3:55 10:35 17:29 23:42 

0.4 0.9 0.3 0.8 

6:21 l\m 18:02 . . . 

0.6 0.9 0.2 .. . 

1:20 6:42 11:10 1R:42 

0.9 0.7 0.9 0.0 

2:45 19:30 

LI —0.2 

4:02 aoaO 

L2 —0.3 

5:12 21:05 

L3 -0.4 

6:16 21:56 

1.4 —0.4 

7:18 22:45 

L4 —0.4 

7-.56 28-.35 

1.4 —0.3 

6:30 

1.3 

0:26 9K>2 

—0.2 L2 

1:18 9:32 

0.0 L2 



The tides are placed In the order of occurrence, with their times on the first line and heights on the second line of each dav: 
a compariHon of consecutive heights will indicate whether it is high or low water. The heights, in feet and tenths, are reckont»<l 
from Mean Ix)w Water, which is the datum of soundings on the Coast and Geodetic Sur\'ey Charts for this region, and which 
is 0.6 foot below mean sea level. To find the depth of water, add the tabular height to the soundings given on the chart, unit* 
a minus (— ) sign U before the height, in which ca.se subtract it. 

The time u»ed is Central Standard, 90th meridian W.; O^ is midnight, 12«» is noon; all hours less than 12 are in the forenoon 
(a. m. ), all greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and when diminished by r2give the times after noon; for instance, 16:47 ls3:47p. m. 

%, new moon: };. 1st quar.; O- ^"11 moon; (^, 3d quar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon farthest north or south of the 
equator; A, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 



GALVESTON (Dosweirs Wharf), TEXAS, 1907. 



181 



JULY. 



AUGUST. 



SEPTEMBER. 



I p.- Day of— 
I W. Mo. 



M 

! t 

fT To 
. IW 



Th 
F 
S 
IS 
M 



A Tu 

N 

• w 



Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 



S 114 
M 16 
Tu 16 



E W 

I 
}) Th 

F 

S 

M 

s Tu 



I 



Ip W 

o 

Th 

i F 



S I 27 I 

I 
J!i 28 1 

Ml 29 

Tul 30 
rr W , 31 ; 



1 



2:07 9:56 

0.1 1.1 

S:14 10:14 17:32 23:51 

0.8 1.0 0.4 0.6 

4:30 10:85 1802 . . . 

0.5 o.» as . . . 

1.46 5:45 10:68 18:50 

0.8 0.7 0.9 0.2 

3:16 19:26 

0.9 0.1 

4:24 19:67 

1.0 0.0 

5:15 20:25 

1.2 -0.1 

6K)0 20:54 

L2 -0.1 

6:87 21:24 

1.3 —0.2 

7:15 22:00 

1.3 —0.2 

7:46 22:34 

1.3 -0.2 

8:02 28:10 

1.3 —0.2 

8:16 23:53 

L2 —0.1 

8:35 

1.2 

0:40 8:48 

o;o 1.1 

1:85 9:02 15:22 20:12 

.0.1 l.O 0.6 0.7 

2:30 9:06 16:45 21:50 

0.3 0.9 0.4 0.8 

3:42 9:27 16:80 23:47 

0.5 0.9 0.2 0.8 

4:50 9:34 17:20 . . . 

0.6 0.8 0,1 .. . 

1:40 6.00 9:88 18:16 

0.9 0.8 1.0 —0.1 

8:24 19:10 

1.1. —0.3 

4:40 20:04 

1.2 -0.3 

5:34 20:58 

1.3 -0.4 

6:18 21:55 

L3 —0.4 

6:56 22:44 

1.3 —0.3 

7:25 23:33 

1.2 —0.2 

7:45 

1.2 

0^2 8:08 

—0.1 1.1 

1:06 8:32 16:10 19:58 

0.1 1.0 0,6 0.7 

2:05 8:46 15:35 21:54 

0.3 1.0 0.4 0.7 

3:07 9:14 16:25 23:50 

0.6 0.9 0.3 0.7 



Day of— 



W. Mo. 



Th 15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 



F 
8 
S 
M 

Tu 
W 

Th 

O^ F 



Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 



Dayof^' 



W 28 I 
Th 29 



30 i 

31 i 



4:10 9:30 17:12 . . 

0.7 0.9 0.2 . . . 

1:44 6:40 8:55 17:60 

0.9 0.8 0.9 0.1 

3:10 18:34 

1.0 0.1 

4:06 19:11 

1.2 0.0 

4:48 19:60 

1.2 —0.1 

658 20:26 

L3 —0.1 

6:58 21:04 

1.3 —0.2 

6:26 21:46 

1.3 —0.2 

6:45 22:28 

1.2 -0.2 

6:68 23:10 

1.2 —0.1 

7:10 28:62 

1.1 0.0 

7:20 13K)0 17:40 . . . 

1.0 0.7 0.8 .. . 

0:40 7:30 13:30 19:14 

0.1 0.9 0.5 0.9 

1:34 7:46 14:02 20:30 

0.3 0.9 0.4 0.9 

2:34 7:80 14:44 22:16 

0.6 0.8 0.2 0.9 

8:40 7:46 16:40 . . . 

0.6 0.9 0.1 .. . 

0K)6 16:40 

0.9 —0.1 

2:00 17:45 

1.0 —0.2 

3:80 18:48 

1.2 —0.2 

4:20 19:54 

1.2 —0.3 

5:02 20:56 

1.2—0.8 

5:34 21:48 

1.2 —0.2 

6:00 22:46 

1.1 —0.1 

6:20 11:45 16:20 23:80 

1.1 0.8 0.9 0.0 

6:36 12 A5 17:40 . . . 

1.0 0.6 0.8 .. . 

0:20 6:54 13:06 19:00 

0.2 0.9 0.5 0.8 

1:15 7:26 13:40 20:08 

0.3 0.9 0.4 0.8 

2:18 7:40 14:20 21:36 

0.5 0.8 0.3 0.8 

3:18 7:42 15:04 23:22 

0.0 0.8 0.3 0.9 

15:52 

0.2 

1:12 lf):40 

1.0 0.1 



W. Mo, 



M 
Tu 
W 
Th 

F 

S 

IS 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 

F 

S 



Tm 17 



w 

jTh 

!^ 

c|s 
s 

M 

Tu 
W 
Th 
F 

S 

a'm 



I 



Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 



2:25 17:32 

1.1 0.1 

3:15 18:20 

1.1 0.0 

3:58 19:10 

1.2 0.0 

4.-29 20:00 

1.2 0.0 

4:66 20:50 

1.2 —0.1 

6:10 21:36 

1.1 0.0 

5:26 10:56 16KX) 22:25 

1.0 0.8 0.9 0.0 

5:36 11:06 16:10 23:12 

0.9 0.7 0.9 0.1 

5:48 11:25 17:20 . . . 

0.9 0.6 1.0 .. . 

0:02 6:08 11:46 18:16 

0.2 0.8 0.4 1.0 

0:55 6:12 12:26* 19:37 

0.4 0.8 0.3 1.0 

2:02 6:18 13:10 21. CO 

0.6 0.8 0.1 1.0 

14:00 22:20 

0.0 1.0 

15:00 

—0.1 

0:10 16:10 

1.1 —0.1 

1:56 17:20 

1.1 — O.l 

2:60 18:36 

1.1 —0.1 

3:33 19:44 

1.1 --0.1 

4:00 20:48 

1.1 0.0 

4:24 9:50 14:45 21:46 

1.0 0.8 0.9 0.1 

4:45 10:20 16:00 22:40 

0.9 0.6 0.9 0.2 

5:06 10:56 17:00 28:35 

0.9 0.5 0.9 0.3 

6:30 11:80 18:02 . . . 

0.8 0.4 0.9 .. . 

0:38 5:40 11:55 19:10 

0.4 0.8 0.8 0.9 

1:35 5:42 12:30 20:20 

0.5 0.8 0.3 0.9 

2:40 5:30 13:10 21:34 

0.7 0.8 0.2 1.0 

13:60 22:55 

0.2 1.0 

14:34 

0.1 

0:10 16:25 

1.1 0,1 

1:10 16*20 

1.1 0.1 



The tides are placed in the order of occurrence, with their times on the first line and heights on the second line of each day: 
a comparison of consecutive heights will indicate whether it is high or low water. The heights, in feet and tenths, are reckoned 
from Slean Low Water, which is the datum of soundings on the ("oa.'it and Geodetic Survey Charts for this region, and which 
is 0.6 foot below mean sea level. To find the depth of water, add the tabular height to the soundings given on the chart, unless 
a minus (— ) sign is before the height, in which ca.se subtract it. 

The time used Is Central St<indard, 90th Meridian W: O** is midnight, 12i« is noon; all hours less than 12 are in the forenoon 
(a. m.) , all greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and when diminished by 12 give the times afternoon: for instance. 15:17 is 3:47 p, m. 

#, new moon: J), 1st quar.: Oi full moon; iX, 3d quar.; E, moon on the equator: N, S, moon farthest north or south of the 
equator; A, P, mcK)n in apogee or perigee. 



182 



GALVESTON (Doawell's Wharf), TEXAS, 1907. 



OCTOBER. 



NOVEMBER. 



DECEMBER. 



Day of— 
W. Mo. 



Tui 1 



I 



W 
Th 
F 

S 

M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
F 



S 12 



H 
M 
Tu 
W 

Th 
F 
S 
8 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
F 
S 

s 

M 



Tut 29 



W 
Th 



Time and Height of High and 
Low water. 



a Day of— 

8 r - 

S W. Mo. 



1:50 
1.1 

2:28 
1.1 

2:58 
1.1 

3:20 
1.0 

3:35 
0.9 

3:M 
0.9 

4:15 
0.8 

4:20 
0.7 

0:90 
0.6 

1:30 
0.6 



17^0 
0.1 

18:28 
0.1 

19:80 
0.1 

9:80 
0.7 

9:28 
0.6 

9:42 
0.5 

10:05 
0.4 

10:30 
0.8 

4.-20 
0.7 

4:08 
0.8 



13:84 
0.8 

14:48 
0.9 

15:45 
1.0 

16:40 
1.0 

17:47 
1.1 

11:05 
0.1 

11:50 
0.0 



2:10 
1.0 

2:85 
0.9 

8:00 
0.9 

8:80 
0.8 



8:22 
0.7 

8:40 
0.6 

9:14 
0.5 

9:80 
0.4 



12:48 
0.8 

14:24 
0.8 

15:26 
0,9 

16:80 
1.0 



20:80 
0.1 

21:24 
0.2 

22:25 
0.2 

23:22 
0.3 



18:55 
1.1 

20K)0 
1.2 



s 

jM 
• Tu 



t 



2:80 
0.8 

18:28 
—0.1 


4:10 
0.9 

22:86 
1.2 


12JJ6 
-0.1 


21:i0 
1.1 


14:80 


28:56 
1.2 






—0.1 






15:40 








—0.1 


0:52 


16:55 






1.1 


0.0 






1:45 
.1.1 


18:16 
0.1 







19:80 
0.2 

20:40 
0.8 

21:62 
0.8 

28:00 
0.4 



8:40 
0.7 


lOHK) 17:85 . . . 
0.2 1.0 .. . 


10:84 
0.2 


18.88 

1.1 


11:10 
0.1 


19:82 

1.1 


11:40 
0.0 


20:80 

1.1 


12:12 
0.0 


21U» 

1.1 


12:48 
0.0 


22:25 

1.1 


13:81 
0.0 


28:10 

1.1 


14:20 
0.0 


23:60 

1.1 


15:22 




0.1 - 


0:25 
1.1 


16:28 

0.1 


1:00 
1.1 


17:45 

0.2 



W 6 
Th 7 
F 8 

S 9 



H 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
F 
S 
8 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
F 
S 
8 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
F 



S 30 



Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 



I ^*^^^ Time and Hei^t of High and 

S 'W. Mo. 



Low Water. 



1:20 
1.0 

1:40 
0.9 

2:15 
0.8 

2:20 

0.8 

2:20 
0.8 



8:10 
0.6 

7:55 
0.5 

8:22 
0.4 

8:45 
0.2 

9:16 
0.0 



12:62 
0.7 

14:10 
0.8 

15:05 
0.9 

16:09 
1,1 

17:10 
1.2 



0.2 

0:26 
1.1 

0:46 
0.9 

1:26 
0.8 

1:86 
0.8 

1:85 
0.8 

1:35 
0.8 

10:10 
0.0 

10:40 
—0.1 

11 .-06 
-0.1 

11:40 
—0.1 

12:15 
-0.1 

18:00 
-0.1 

13:46 
0.0 

14:45 
0.1 

16:65 
0.2 

6:50 
0.6 

6:40 
0.4 



7^0 
0.6 

7:22 
0.4 

7:56 
0.4 

8:85 
0.2 

9:04 
0.1 

9:85 
0.0 

19^)2 
1.2 

19:64 
1.2 

20:40 



11:65 
0.7 

18:46 
0.8 

15K)0 
0.9 

16:14 
1.0 

17:16 
1.1 

18:14 
1.2 



L3 

21:18 
1.8 



21:64 
1.2 

22:26 
1.2 

22:66 
1.2 

28:20 



1.1 

23:88 
1.0 



11:16 
0.7 

12:55 
0.8 



17:10 
0.8 

18:38 
0.5 



19-06 
0.3 

20:21 
0.4 

21:84 
0.4 

22-.S7 
0.6 

23:45 
0.7 



1 



I 



Tu 3 



Iw 

I 
#,Th 



2:15 
0.8 


9:65 18:12 . . . 
-0.1 1.2 .. . 


10:40 
—0.2 


19:15 

1.3 


lliffi 
—0.3 


20«) 

1.3 


12:16 
-0.3 


21fl6 

1.3 


13:10 
-0.2 


22.*22 

1.2 


14:10 
—0.1 


28:14 

1.2 


15:16 
0.0 


28:66 

1.1 


16:84 





18:00 
0.3 

19-i» 
0.5 

20:60 
0.5 

22:16 
0.6 

23:20 
0.7 



28:61 
0.9 



M, 9 



Tu 10 


W 11 

1 


Th 12 


fIi3 


S,14 


8 15 


M 


16 


Tu 


17 


W 


18 


Th 


19 


F 


20 


S 


21 


8 


22 



M 23 
Tu24 
W 26 
Th!26 
27 
S ,28 
8 I29 
m|30 
Tu 31 



0:25 
0.9 

0:28 
0.8 

0:80 
0.8 

9K)0 
-0.2 

9:42 
—0.3 

10:30 
—0.4 

11:19 
—0.4 

12:10 
—0.3 

18.-00 
-0.2 

14X» 
0.0 

15K)0 
0.2 

16:18 
0.8 

6:20 
0.4 

6:56 
0.3 

OKK 
0.8 

8:10 
0.1 

8:42 
0.0 

9:16 
-0.1 

9:46 
—0.2 

10:18 
-0.2 

10*.60 
—0.2 

11:20 
-0.2 

11:55 
--0.2 

12:40 
-0.1 

18:25 
0.0 

14:20 
0.2 

6K» 
0.6 

6:08 
0.4 

6:42 
0.2 

6:25 
0.1 

7:08 
—0.1 



7Kr2 
0.3 

7:88 
0.1 

8:15 
—0.1 

17:31 
1.3 

18:32 
1.8 

19:35 
1.4 

20:34 
1.4 

21:15 
1.3 

21:66 
1.2 

22:80 
1.1 

22:55 
1.1 

28:14 
LO 

12:40 
0.7 



14:24 
0.9 

7:35 
0.2 

16:60 
LI 

17:50 
L2 

18:85 
L8 

19:22 
L8 

a0K)O 
L8 

20aM 
L8 

20:52 

L8 



21:15 
L2 

21:85 
L2 

21:54 
1.1 

22:05 
LO 

9H)8 
0.7 

11.'20 
0.7 

12:50 
0.8 

14.'26 
LO 

15:50 
L2 



0.9 

15:25 
LO 

16:80 
L2 



19*1 
0.6 

21 i9 

0.: 



17:50 
0.5 

19:18 
0.7 

15:46 
LO 



23:42 

a9 



15:20 
0.4 

16:40 
0.5 

18.-00 
0.7 

ISM 
0.8 



22:12 

U 

22:38 

a9 

22:45 

0.9 

22iO 

0.9 



The tides are placed in the order of occurrence, with their times on the first line and heiffhtB on the second line of each dtv; 
a comparison of confK'cutive heights will indicate whether it is high or low water. The helebts, in feel and tenths, are reckoned 
from Mean Low Water, which i.s the datum of soundingn on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Charts for this region, and whicliisO* 
foot below mean sea level. To find the depth of water, add the tabular height to the soundings given on the chan, unless* 
minus ( — ) siijn is before the height, in which case subtract it. 

The time used is Central Standard. 90th Meridian VV; 0)> is midnight. l'ii> is noon; all hours less than 12are in the forenoon (a. m.), 
all greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and when diminished by 12 give the times after noon; for instance, 15:47 is'3:47 p. m. 

#, new moon: ]). Ist quar.; Q, full moon; (C, 3d quar.; £, moon on the equator; N, S, moon farthest north or south of tlie 
equator; A, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 



GALVESTON (DoswelVs Wharf), TEXAS, 1907. 



181 



JULY. 



ATGUST. 



SEPTEMBER. 



Dayof- 



W. Mo. 



M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

F 

S 

H 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

M 

Tu 

w; 



Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 

^1 
10, 
I 
11 

12 

14 i 

15 I 

16 

171 



I I 
}) Th 18 



S 

I S 

M 

siTu 

p W 



I 



iTh 
I 
! F 

8 

: M 29 
TU: 30 I 
W 31 



19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24! 

251 

26 

28 



2K)7 9:56 

0.1 1.1 

8:14 10:14 17:32 23:51 

0.8 1.0 0.4 0.6 

4:30 10:35 18:12 . . . 

0.5 o.» as . . . 

1:45 5:45 10-.58 18:50 

0.8 0.7 0.9 0.2 

8:15 19:25 

0.9 O.l 

4:24 19:57 

1.0 0.0 

5:15 20:25 

1.2 -0.1 

6:00 20:54 

1.2 —0.1 

6:87 21:24 

1.3 —0.2 

7:15 22:00 

1.3 —0.2 

7:45 22:34 

1.3 -0.2 

8:02 28:10 

1.3 —0.2 

8:16 23:53 

1.2 —0.1 

8:35 

1.2 

0:40 8:48 

o:o 1.1 

1:35 9K)2 15:22 20:12 

.0.1 l.O 0.6 0.7 

2:30 9:06 15:45 21:50 

0.3 0.9 0.4 0.8 

3:42 9:27 16:30 28:47 

0.5 0.9 0.2 0.8 

4:50 9:34 17:20 . . . 

0.6 0.8 0.1 .. . 

1:40 6:00 9:88 18:15 

0.9 0.8 1.0 —0.1 

3:24 19:10 

1.1. —0.3 

4:40 20:04 

1.2 —0.3 

5:34 20:58 

1.3 -0.4 

6:18 21:56 

1.3 —0,4 

6:66 22:44 

1.3 —0.3 

7:25 23:38 

1.2 —0.2 

7:45 

1.2 

0:22 8:08 

—0.1 1.1 

1:06 8:32 16:10 19:68 

0.1 1.0 0.6 0.7 

2:06 8:46 15:35 21:54 

0.3 1.0 0.4 0.7 

3:07 9:14 16:25 23:50 

0.5 0.9 0.3 0.7 



Day of— 



W. Mo. 



Th 


1 


F 


2 


s 


3 


8 


4 


M 


5 


Tu 


6 


W 


7 


Th 


8 


F 


9 


S 


10 


» 


11 



M 12 

Tu'l3 
wll4 
Th 15 
16 
17 
18 
19 



F 

S 

s 

M 

s jTu 
W 
Th 
F 

S 

M 
Tu 
AV 



O 



Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 



c Dayof-^' 



S W. Mo. 



|Th 29 



30 

31 ; 



4:10 9:80 17:12 . . 

0.7 0.9 0.2 . . . 

1:44 5:40 8:55 17:50 

0.9 0.8 0.9 0.1 

3:10 18:34 

1.0 O.l 

4:06 19:11 

1.2 0.0 

4:48 19:50 

1.2 —0.1 

5:28 20:26 

L3 —0.1 

6:58 21:04 

1.3 -0.2 

6:25 21:46 

1.8 —0.2 

6:45 22:28 

1.2 —0.2 

6:58 23:10 

1.2 —0.1 

7:10 23:52 

1.1 0.0 

7:20 13:00 17:40 . . . 

1.0 0.7 0.8 .. . 

0:40 7:30 13:30 19:14 

0.1 0.9 0.5 0.9 

1:34 7:46 14:02 20:30 

0.3 0.9 0.4 0.9 

2:34 7:50 14:44 22:16 

0.5 0.8 0.2 0.9 

3:40 7:46 15:40 . . . 

0.6 0.9 0.1 .. . 

0:06 16:40 

0.9 —0.1 

2:00 17:45 

1.0 —0.2 

3:80 18:48 

1.2 —0.2 

4:20 19:54 

1.2 —0.3 

5:02 20:56 

1.2 -0.3 

5:34 21:48 

1.2 -0.2 

6:00 22:45 

1.1—0.1 

6:20 11:46 16:20 23:30 

1.1 0.8 0.9 0.0 

6:35 12:26 17:40 . . . 

LO 0.6 0.8 .. . 

0:20 6:64 13:06 19:00 

0.2 0.9 0.5 0.8 

1:15 7:26 13:40 20:08 

0.3 0.9 0.4 0.8 

2:18 7:40 14:20 21:35 

0.6 0.8 0.3 0.8 

3:18 7:42 15:04 23.-22 

O.G O.H 0.3 0.9 

15:62 

0.2 

1:12 16:-I0 

1.0 0.1 



s 

Tu 
W 
Th 
F 

• I S 

' s 

R M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
F 
S 

6 |M 

I 

JT-: 

P I W 
Th 



Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 



F 

s 
s 

M 
Tu 
W 

Th 
F 

S 

s 

M 



2:26 17:32 

1.1 0.1 

3:15 18:20 

1.1 0.0 

3:53 19:10 

1.2 0.0 

4r29 20:00 

1.2 0.0 

4:56 20:50 

1.2—0.1 

5:10 21:36 

1.1 0.0 

5:26 10:56 16:00 22:26 

1.0 0.8 0.9 0.0 

6:36 11:05 16:10 23:12 

0.9 0.7 0.9 0.1 

6:48 11:28 17:20 . . . 

0.9 0.6 1.0 .. . 

0:02 6:08 11:46 18:16 

0.2 0.8 0.4 1.0 

0:56 6:12 12:25" 19:37 

0.4 0.8 0.3 1.0 

2:02 6:18 13:10 21.00 

0.6 0.8 0.1 1.0 

14:00 22:20 

0.0 1.0 

16:00 

—0.1 

0:10 16:10 

1.1 —0.1 

1:55 17:20 

1.1 -O.l 

2:50 18:36 

1.1 —0.1 

3:33 19:44 

1.1 —0.1 

4:00 20:48 

1.1 0.0 

4:24 9:60 14:45 21:46 

1.0 0.8 0.9 0.1 

4:46 10:20 16:00 22:40 

0.9 0.6 0.9 0.2 

6:06 10:66 17:00 23:35 

0.9 0.5 0.9 0.3 

6:30 11:30 18:02 . . . 

0.8 0.4 0.9 .. . 

0:38 6:40 11:55 19:10 

0.4 0.8 0.3 0.9 

1:36 5:42 12:30 20:20 

0.5 0.8 0.3 0.9 

2:40 6:30 13:10 21:34 

0.7 0.8 0.2 1.0 

i:J:60 22:56 

0.2 1.0 

14:34 

0.1 

0:10 16:26 

1.1 0.1 

1:10 16-20 

1.1 0.1 



The tides are piaced in the order of occurrence, with their times on the first line and heights on the second line of each day; 
a comparison of consecutive heights will indicate whether it is high or low water. The heights, in feet and tenths, are reclconed 
from Mean Low Water, which is the datum of soundings on the (^oast and Geodetic .Survey Charts for this region, and which 
is 0.6 foot below mean sea level. To And the depth of water, add the tabular height to the soundings given on the chart, unless 
a minus (—) sign is before the height, in which ca.se subtract it. 

The time used is Central Standard, 90th Meridian W; O"* is midnight, 12»> is noon: all hours less than 12 are in the forenoon 
(a. m.) , all greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and when diminished by 12 give the times afternoon: for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m, 

#, new moon: J), 1st quar.: O. full moon; (J, 3d quar.; E, moon on the equator: N, 8, moon farthest north or south of the 
equator; A, P, m<X)n in apogee or perigee. 



184 



BUENOS AYRE8, ARGENTINA, 1907. 



" 


API 
Time anc 


UL. 






MAY. 








JUNE. 

Time and Height of High and 
LowWater. 


c Day of— 

c 


1 Height of High and 
Low Water. 


1 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low water. 


S 


Dayof- 




s w. 


Mo. 


W. Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 


"m 


1 


2:16 
0.2 


8:11 
1.8 


11:11 
—0.4 


21:07 
2.4 




W 


1 


2:32 

-0.1 


8:55 
2.3 


14:69 
—0.4 


21:39 
2.2 




S 


1 


8:38 
-0.3 


10:31 
2.8 


16:52 
—0.1 


23:11 

i.r; 




Tu 


2 


2:57 
0.2 


8:55 
2.0 


15K)3 
—0.4 


21:56 
2.3 


8 


Th 


2 


3:15 
—0.1 


9:42 
2.4 


15:63 
-0.4 


22:32 
2.0 




s 


2 


4:23 
-0.3 


11:30 

2.8 


17:.57 
0.0 




p 


W 


3 


3:40 
0,2 


9:43 
2.1 


15:57 
—0.4 


22:60 
2.1 




F 


3 


4:00 
0.0 


10:87 
2.5 


16:52 
—0.3 


28:29 
1.8 


c 


M 


3 


0:16 
1.4 


5:13 
—0.2 


1235 
2.8 


19:li> 
0.1 




Th 


4 


4:25 
0.2 


10:34 
2.2 


16:52 
-0.3 


23:45 
1.9 


C 


S 


4 


4:47 
0.0 


11:32 
2.6 


17:69 
-0.1 


. . .. 




Tu 


4 


1:22 
1.2 


6:05 
—0.1 


13:42 
2.8 


2031 
0.2 


s 


F 


5 


6:10 
0.2 


11:30 
2.2 


17:53 
-0.2 


. . . 




s 


5 


0:31 
L5 


6:35 
0.0 


12:87 
2.6 


19:10 
0.1 


E 


W 


5 


2:28 
1.1 


7:07 
0.0 


14:50 
2.7 


21:>l 
0.3 




S 


6 


0:46 
1.7 


6:00 
0.2 


12:34 
2.3 


19:01 
—0.1 




M 


6 


1:41 
1.3 


6:25 
.0.1 


13:50 
2.6 


20:28 
0.2 




Th 


6 


8:34 
1.1 


8:16 
0.1 


15:56 
2.6 


23:fi5 
O.J 




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1:54 
1.6 


6:52 
O.S 


13:49 
2.3 


20:18 
0.1 




Tu 


7 


2:62 
1.2 


7:25 
0.2 


15:00 
2.6 


21:64 
0.2 




F 


7 


4-.84 
1.2 


9:81 
0.2 


16:59 
2.5 






M 


8 


3:06 
1.4 


7:51 
0.3 


15:07 
2.4 


21:40 
0.1 




W 


8 


3:59 
.1.2 


8:34 
0,2 


16:10 
2.6 


28:11 
0.2 




S 


8 


0:00 
0.8 


5:31 
1.4 


10:49 
0.2 


ls.^1 
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9 


4:13 
1.4 


8:55 
0.3 


16:20 
2.5 


23:00 
0.1 


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Th 


9 


6:00 
L2 


9:45 
0.2 


17:12 
2.6 


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s 


9 


0:40 
0.4 


6:22 
1.6 


11.59 
0.2 


18:50 
2.1 




W 


10 


6:18 
1.4 


10:a') 
0.3 


17:26 
2,6 






F 


10 


0:15 
0.2 


5:58 
1.3 


10:68 
0.2 


18:14 
2.6 


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10 


1:10 
0.4 


7:08 
1,7 


12:56 
0.3 


19:3ri 
1.9 


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0:11 
0.1 


6:10 
1.4 


11:10 
0.1 


18.-26 
2.7 




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11 


1:01 
0.3 


6:40 
1.6 


12K)4 
0.1 


19K)9 
2.4 




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11 


1:30 
0.4 


7:51 
1.9 


13:50 
0.3 


20:17 

1.7 


• 


F 12 


1:10 
0.2 


6:55 
1.5 


12:10 
0.0 


19:20 
2.7 


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12 


1:40 
0.3 


7:28 
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18:02 
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19.59 
2.3 


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1:45 
0.4 


8:29 
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14:34 
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1:55 
0.8 


7:45 
1.6 


18:07 
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20:16 
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13 


2.06 
0.4 


8:11 
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13:56 
0.1 


20:44 
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13 


I'M 
0.3 


9:05 
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15:10 
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21:21 
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14 


2.33 
0.3 


8:29 
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13:59 
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21:04 
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14 


2:28 
0.4 


8:60 
1.9 


14:40 
0.1 


21:25 
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14 


2K)7 
0.2 


9:37 
2.2 


15:40 
0.6 


21 -.30 

1.1 


M , 15 


3:05 
0.4 


9:05 
L8 


14:48 
—0.1 


21:50 
2.2 




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15 


2:43 
0.4 


9:26 
2.0 


1P:20 
0.2 


22:02 
1.5 




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15 


2:26 
0.0 


10K)2 
2.2 


16:04 
0.7 


20:51 
1.1 




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3:30 
0.5 


9:43 
1.9 


15:33 
0.0 


22:35 
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A 
N 


Th 


16 


2:55 
0.4 


10:00. 
2,1 


15:68 
0.4 


22:30 
1.8 




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16 


2:87 
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10:22 
2.2 


16:30 
0.7 


20:5o 




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3:50 
0.5 


10:22 
1.9 


16:16 
0.1 


28:17 
1.6 




F 


17 


8:11 
0.3 


10:30 
2,1 


16:31 
0.5 


22:38 
1.1 




M 


17 


8:30 
-0.2 


10:43 
2.8 


17K)8 
0.7 


21:24 

1.2 


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4:09 
0.5 


10:57 
1.9 


16:58 
0.2 


28:52 
1.4 




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18 


3:32 
0.1 


10:50 
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17 KB 
0.6 


21.57 
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18 


4K)9 
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11:14 
2,3 


17:42 
0.7 


22:07 
1-3 


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19 


4:25 
0.4 


11:28 
2.0 


17:36 
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19 


4:00 
0.0 


11:10 
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17:87 
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22:00 
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19 


4:55 
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11:65 
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18.-28 
0.7 


23 «2 
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0:1H 
1.2 


4:50 
0.3 


11:53 
2.0 


18:16 
0.6 


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20 


4:37 
0.0 


11:89 
2.2 


18:17 
0.7 


22:85 
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20 


5:46 
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12:49 
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19:21 
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21 


0:06 
1.0 


6:21 
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12:27 
2.0 


18:57 
0.7 




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21 


6:20 
0.0 


12:20 
2.2 


19:03 
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28:25 
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0:08 
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6:4ft 
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13:48 
2.2 


20120 
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22 


0:01 
1.0 


6:00 
0.2 


13K)6 
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19:45 
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22 


6:11 
0.0 


18:15 
2.2 


19:67 
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1.-29 
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7-.S2 
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15:00 
2.2 


21:20 
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23 


0:10 
1.0 


6:50 
0.2 


14:06 
2.0 


20:89 
0.7 


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0:31 
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7:10 
0.0 


14:20 
2.2 


20:56 
0.6 




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23 


3K)6 
L4 


0.0 


16:10 
2.2 


22:19 
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24 


1:12 
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7:47 
0.2 


15:13 
2.0 


21:87 
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1:58 
1.2 


8:17 
0.0 


15:38 
2.2 


21:65 
0.5 




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24 


4:32 
1.7 


10:22 
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17:17 
2.2 


23:15 
0.1 




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25 


2:44 
1.1 


8:50 
0.2 


16:21 
2.1 


22:32 
0.6 




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25 


8:39 
1.3 


9:28 
0.0 


16:89 
2.2 


22:62 
0.3 


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25 


6:42 
2.0 


11:80 
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18:17 
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26 


4:20 
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9:58 
0.1 


17:20 
2.2 


28:27 
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6:03 
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10:40 
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17:48 
2.3 


23:45 
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0:05 
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6:40 
2.3 


12:87 
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19:12 

2,1 




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27 


6:32 
1.4 


11:04 
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18:15 
2.3 


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27 


6:05 

1.8 


11:48 
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18:40 
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7:39 
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13:40 
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6:27 
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12:08 
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0:35 
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7:00 
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12:60 
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19:34 
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8:31 

2.8 


14:42 
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21:00 

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7:18 
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13:06 
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19:67 
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7:51 
2.4 


13:50 
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20:26 
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2:28 
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9:28 
2.9 


15:43 
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21:57 
1.7 


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30 


1:50 
0.0 


8:06 
2.1 


14:00 
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20:47 
2.8 




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2:52 
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8:43 
2.6 

9:35 
2.7 


14:60 
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15:50 
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21:19 
2.0 

22:13 
1.8 




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8:15 
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10:25 
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16:50 
0,0 


22:55 
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The tid 
a comparis 
from Mean 
which is 1 
chart, unl 

The tlr 
are in the 
instance, 1 

•, new 
equator; A 


es are placed in the order of occurrence, wl 
on of consecutive heightM will Indicate whe 
Low Water Springs, which is approximat< 
.0 foot below mean sea level. To find the 
ess a minus (— ) sign is before the height, ii 
ae us d is Buenos Ayres Mean Local Civil, f 
forenoon (a. m.), all greater are in the afte 
5:47 is 3:47 p.m. 

r moon; ][), 1st qiiar.; O. ^^ill moon; ^, 3d 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


th their times on the first line and heights o 
ther it is high or low water. The heights, ii 
jly the datum of soundings on the Admira 
depth of water, add the tabular height t 
1 which case subtract It. 
or the meridian 58° 22' W; 0»> is midnight, 12» 
moon (p. m.) and when diminished by 12 { 

quar.; E, moon on the equator: N, S, moon 


n the second line of each day: 
a feet and tenths, are reckoned 
ty Charts for this region, and 
the soundings given on the 

> is noon; all hours less than 12 
five the times after noon; for 

farthest north or south ol the 



BUENOS AYRBS, ARGENTINA, 1907. 



135 



JULY. 






AUG 


UST. 

dHelgfa 
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SEPTEMBER. 1 


1 


Day of— 


Time utid Hdffbtof Higrb nnd 
LowVater. 


S 


Day of— 


Time an 


t of High and 
ater. 


i 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of High and 
LowWater. 


W. Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 


M 1 


4K)5 
-0.4 


11:26 
3.0 


17:58 
0.2 


23:55 
1.4 




Th 


1 


0:20 
L4 


6:88 
—0.8 


18:18 
2.7 


19:40 
0.6 




IS 


1 


1:35 
1.7 


7:20 
0.1 


14:41 
1.8 


19:59 
0.7 


g Tu 2 


4:55 
-0.3 


12:28 
3.0 


19:08 
0.3 






F 


2 


1:20 
1.4 


6:35 
-0.1 


14:15 
2.4 


20:42 
0.6 


N 
A 


M 


2 


2:88 
1.7 


8:80 
0.3 


15:36 
1.6 


20:33 
0.7 


\V 3 


0:58 
1.2 


5'.50 
-0.2 


13:31 
2.8 


20.-28 
0.4 




8 


3 


2.-21 
1.4 


7:42 
0.1 


15:15 
2.2 


21:37 
0.7 




Tu 


3 


3:86 

1.7 


9:40 
0.6 


16.-24 
1.4 


21:05 
0.7 


Th 4 


1:57 
1.2 


6:47 
—0.1 


14:35 
2.7 


21:87 
0.5 




S 


4 


3:22 
1.5 


8:57 
0.8 


16:11 
2.0 


22:21 
0.7 




W 


4 


4:80 

L8 


10:48 
0.6 


17:08 
1.2 


21:38 
0.6 


F 5 


3:00 
1.2 


7:56 
0.1 


15:40 
2.5 


22:45 
0.5 




M 


5 


4:20 
L6 


10:14 
0.4 


17:06 
1.7 


22:57 
0.6 




Th 


5 


5.-22 
L9 


11:46 
0.6 


17:47 
1.2 


22:18 
0.5 


1 S i 6 


4.-01 
1.3 


9:17 
0.2 


16:41 
2.3 


28:35 
0.5 


A 

N 


Tu 


6 


5:17 
1.7 


11:25 
0.4 


17:50 
1.5 


28:18 
0.6 




F 


6 


6:08 
2.0 


12:24 
0.7 


18:18 
1.2 


22:58 
0.3 


•S 7 


6:00 
1.5 


10:35 
0.3 


17:33 
2.1 






W 


7 


6K)6 
1.8 


12:25 
0.5 


18:29 
L4 


23:29 
0.6 


• 


S 


7 


6:48 
2.0 


12:50 
0.7 


18:41 
1.2 


28:43 
0.2 


jM 8 


0:07 
0.5 


5:52 
1.7 


11:45 
0.3 


18:25 

1.8 




Th 


8 


6:50 
1.9 


18:13 
0.6 


19«3 
1.8 


23:61 
0.4 




s 


8 


7:25 
2.1 


18:12 
0,7 


18:57 
1.3 


. . . 


A Tul 9 


0:29 
0.5 


6:39 
1.8 


12:47 
0.4 


19:06 
1.6 


• 


F 


9 


7:29 
2.0 


13:39 
0.7 


19:27 
1.2 




£ 


M 


9 


0:28 
0.0 


8K)0 
2.2 


13:42 
0.6 


19:18 
L4 


N W 10 


0:39 
0.5 


7:24 
1.9 


13:35 
0.5 


19:41 
L4 




S 


10 


0:20 
0.2 


8:04 
2.1 


14:00 
0.7 


19:36 
1.2 




Tu 


10 


1:18 
—0.1 


8:88 
2.3 


14:18 
0.5 


19:52 
1.6 


ITh 11 


0:45 
0.4 


8K)0 
2.0 


14:15 
0.6 


20:11 
1.3 




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11 


0:55 

0.0 


8:36 
2.2 


14:19 
0.7 


19:33 
1.3 




W 


11 


1:59 
-0.3 


9:10 
2.3 


14:56 
0.4 


20:31 
1.7 


F 12 


1:02 
0.2 


8:85 
2.1 


14:39 
0.7 


20:28 
L2 




M 


12 


1:31 
—0.1 


9:07 
2.8 


14:48 
0.7 


19:55 
1.4 




Th 


12 


2:46 
—0.3 


9:50 
2.3 


15:35 
0.4 


21:15 
L8 


S 13 


1:23 
0.0 


9:08 
2.2 


15:00 
0.7 


20:12 
1.1 


E 


Tu 


13 


2:10 
-0.3 


9:37 
2.8 


16:20 
0.6 


20:30 
1.5 




F 


13 


3:86 
—0.4 


10:35 
2.2 


16:17 
0.3 


22:03 
1.9 


• 


8 14 


1:53 
—0.1 


9:35 
2.3 


15:19 
0.7 


20:06 
1.2 




W 


14 


2:55 
—0.4 


10:10 
2.3 


16K)0 
0.6 


21:12 
1.6 


D 


S 


14 


4:27 
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11:22 
2.1 


17:02 
0.3 


22:53 
1.9 




M 15 


2:29 
—0.2 


10:00 
2.3 


15:48 
0.7 


20:30 
L3 




Th 


15 


3:40 
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10:48 
2.3 


16:41 
0.5 


22:00 
1.7 




s 


1^ 


5:21 
—0.3 


12:15 
1.9 


17:50 
0.3 


28:52 1 
2.0 


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10:25 
2.3 


16:25 
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21:12. 
1.4 


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F 


16 


4:31 

-0.4 


11:35 
2.2 


17:28 
0.5 


22:53 

1.7 


s 


M 


16 


6:20 
—0.2 


13:15 
1.8 


18:41 
0.3 




E W 17 


3:51 
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11:01 
2.3 


17:08 
0.7 


22:00 
1.5 




S 


17 


5:27 
• -0.3 


12:80 
2.1 


18:20 
0.4 


23:52 
1.7 




Tu 


17 


1:00 
2.1 


7:28 
—0.1 


14:27 
1.6 


19:39 

0.3 1 


y> Th 18 


4:40 
-0.3 


11:47 
2.3 


17:57 
0.6 


22:57 
1.5 




s 


18 


6:26 
-0.2 


13:26 
2.0 


19:15 
0.4 




p 


W 


18 


2:25 
2.2 


8:43 
0.1 


15:87 
1.5 


20:40 ' 
0.3 


F 19 


5:32 
-0.3 


i2:39 
2.2 


18:50 
0.6 


: : : 




M 


19 


1KJ2 
1.8 


7:30 
—0.1 


14:85 
1.9 


20:12 
0.3 




Th 


19 


3:47 
2.3 


10.-05 
0.1 


16:44 
1.5 


21:45 1 
0.2 ' 


S j20 


0:02 
1.5 


6:84 
-0.2 


13:42 
2.1 


19:47 
0.6 


s 


Tu 


20 


2:28 
1.9 


8:40 
—0.1 


15:44 
L8 


21:12 
0.2 




F 


20 


5:00 
2.5 


11. -22 
0.1 


17:46 
1.5 


22:50 
0.0 


S 21 


1:15 
1.5 


7:40 
-0.1 


14:48 
2.1 


20:48 
0.4 


p 


W 


21 


3:55 
2.1 


9:59 
0.0 


16:50 
L7 


22:15 
0.1 


G 


S 


21 


6:04 
2.6 


12:31 
0.1 


18:41 
1.6 


23:50 
-0.1 


M 


22 


2:45 
1.6 


8:50 
—0.1 


15:57 
2.0 


21:47 
0.2 




Th 


22 


-5:10 
2.3 


11:16 
0.0 


17:50 

1.7 


23:13 
0.0 


£ 


S 22 


7:03 
2.8 


13:83 
0.1 


19:82 
1.6 


: : :i 


' s Tu 


23 


4:12 
1.9 


10:05 
-0.1 


17:02 
2.0 


22:45 
0.1 


O 


F 


23 


6:15 
2.5 


12:26 
0.0 


18:48 
1.7 






M 23 


0:45 
-0.2 


8:00 
2.8 


14:26 
0.2 


20:20 
1.7 


P W 1 24 


5:24 
2.1 


11:19 
—0.1 


18:03 
1.9 


23:40 
-0.1 




S 


24 


0:08 
-0,2 


7:15 
2.8 


18:33 
0.0 


19:43 
1.7 




Tu 24 


1:41 
-0.3 


8:54 
2.8 


15:10 
0.2 


21:03 
1.8 


OjTh'25 


6:28 
2.4 


12:29 
-0.1 


19:00 
1.9 






s 


25 


1:00 
—0.4 


8:12 
2.9 


14:32 
0.1 


20:85 
1.7 




W 1 25 


2:35 
—0.4 


9:47 
2.6 


15:50 
0.3 


21:47 
1.9 


F 26 

1 


0:31 
—0.2 


7:28 
2.7 


13:36 
-0.1 


19:52 
1.8 


E 


M 


26 


1:53 
-0.5 


9:08 
3.0 


15:28 
0.2 


21:22 
L7 




Th 26 


3:27 
-0.3 


10:38 
2.4 


16:26 
0.4 


22:29 1 
1.9 


i S 27 


1:21 
—0.4 


8:23 
2.9 


14:39 
0.0 


20:50 

L8 




Tu 


27 


2:44 
-0.5 


10:02 
2.9 


16,-20 
0.3 


22:10 

1.7 




F 


27 


4:18 
-0.2 


11:28 
2.2 


16:59 
0.5 


23:14 
1.9 




S 28 


2:10 
—0.5 


9:20 
3.0 


15:40 
0.1 


21:41 
1.7 




W 


28 


S:35 
—0.5 


10:58 
2.8 


17:08 
0.4 


22:69 

1.7 




S 


28 


5:10 
—0.1 


12:19 
1.9 


17:26 
0.6 




E 


M 29 


2:59 
-0.6 


10:16 
3.1 


16:40 
0.2 


22:35 
L6 




Th 


29 


4:28 
-0.4 


11:53 
2.5 


17:55 
0.5 


23:43 
1.7 


S 


8 29 


0:01 
1.9 


6.-01 
0.1 


13:08 
1.6 


17:51 
0.6 


Tu'30 


3:49 
-0.5 


11:13 
3.0 


17:40 
0.3 


23:27 
1.5 


(I 


F 


30 


5:23 
—0.2 


12:.50 
2.3 


18:40 
0.6 




A 


M 30 


0:50 
1.9 


6:64 
0.3 


13:57 
1.3 


18:16 1 
0.6 1 


ciw'si 


4:40 
-0.4 


12:12 
2.9 


18:40 
0.4 


. . . 




s 


31 


0:36 
1.7 


6:20 
0.0 


13:46 
2.0 


19:22 
0.7 




1 








1 


The tid 
a compariia 
from Moar 

' which is 1. 
unless a m 

1 The tin 

are in the 

instance, 1 

#, nev 

1 equator: A 


es are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whet 
1 Low Water Springs, which Is approximat 
foot below mean sea level. To find the c 
inus (— ) sign is before the height, in which 
le used Is Buenos Ay res Mean Local Civil, f 
forenoon (a. m.),all greater are in the aftc 
5:47 is 3:47 p.m. 

r moon: D, 1st quar.; Q, full moon; C 3d ( 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


th their times on the first line and heights c 
her it Is high or low water. The heights, Ir 
ely the datum of soundings on the Admira 
lepthof water, add the tabular heighttothe 
case subtract it. 

or the meridian 68° 22' \V.: O*- is midnight, 15 
jrnoon (p.m.) and when diminished oy 12 

juar.: £, moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


n the second line of each day: 
I feet and tenths, are reckoned 
ty Charts for this region, and 
soundings given on the chart, 

1 
>»» is noon: all hours less than 12 ' 
give the times after noon; for i 

farthest north or south of the 1 



186 



BUENOS AYRK8, ARGENTINA, 1907. 



OCTOBER. 


NOVEMBER. 


DECEMBER. 


S 


Dftyuf— 


Time HQid Hi4fl:fac tif Blifh and 
Low Wstet. 


1 


DEjof-^ 


Time And Height of High and 
Low water. 


:3 


Day of— 


Time and Height of Hi| 
Low Water. 


^hand 


W. Mo. 


W. Mo. 


W. Mo. 






Tu 1 


1.9 


7:50 
0.5 


14:33 
1.2 


18:46 
0.6 




F 


1 


2:30 
2.0 


8:30 
0.8 


13:40 
1.0 


19:17 
0.2 




S 1 

1 


2:26 
2.1 


8:28 
0.7 


18:26 
LI 


i^v; 




W' 2 

1 


2:36 
1.9 


8:48 
0.6 


15:19 
LI 


19:2» 
0.5 




S 


2 


8:24 
2.0 


9:21 
0.7 


14:40 
LO 


20:20 
0.2 




M 2 


8:25 
2.1 


9:25 
0.6 


15:22 
L2 






Th! 3 


8:32 
1.9 


9:42 
0.7 


16K)2 
LI 


20:14 
0.5 


E 


s 


3 


4:18 
2.0 


10:18 
0.7 


16:28 
LI 


21:27 
0.2 




Tu' 3 


4:26 
2.1 


10:21 
0.4 


16:45 
L4 


22i> 
1 




F 4 


4:22 
1.9 


10:32 
0.7 


16:45 
LI 


21:10 
0.4 




M 


4 


5:10 
2.1 


11:08 
0.6 


17:25 
L3 


22:85 
0.1 




W 4 


6:22 
2.1 


11:15 
0.2 


17:43 
L7 


Slit 
0.0 




SI 5 


6:10 
2.0 


11:12 
0.7 


17:29 
LI 


22:10 
0.3 


• 


Tu 


5 


6K)0 
2.1 


11:51 
0.8 


18:15 
L6 


23:38 
0.0 


• 


Th 


5 


6.18 
2.1 


12.-06 
0.0 


18:38 
2.0 


. . • 




S 6 


6:65 
2.1 


11:60 
0.6 


18KB 
1.2 


23K)7 
0.2 




W 


6 


6:60 
2.2 


12:87 
0.2 


19H)2 
L8 


. . . 


p 


F 


6 


0:20 
—0.1 


7:09 
2.1 


12:54 
—0,1 


19* 
2.3 


E 

• 


Ml 7 


6:40 
2.1 


12:30 
0.5 


18:41 
L4 


. . . 




Th 


7 


0:39 
-0.1 


7:37 
2.2 


13:22 
0.0 


19:47 
2.0 


8 


S 


7 


1:22 
-0.2 


8KK) 
2.1 


13:40 
—0.2 


2021 

2.5 




Tu 8 


0:01 
0.0 


7:22 
2.2 


13:10 
0.4 


19:21 
L6 




F 


8 


1:32 
—0.2 


8:24 
2.2 


14.-06 
-0.1 


20:86 
2.8 




8 


8 


2:21 
—0.2 


8:51 
2.0 


14:26 
—0.3 


a:14 
2.7 




W 9 

1 


0:56 
-0.1 


8:06 
2.2 


18:60 
0.3 


20K)0 
2,2 


P 

S 


S 


9 


2:30 
—0.8 


9:12 
2.1 


14:48 
—0.1 


21:22 
2.4 




M 


9 


8:20 
-0.2 


9:43 

L8 


15:10 
—0.4 


22--0S 
2.^ 




ThilO 


1:46 
-0.2 


8:48 
2.8 


14:31 
0.2 


20:42 
L9 




IS 


10 


8:26 
—0.3 


10KJ2 
L9 


16:30 
—0.1 


22:16 
2.6 




Tu 


10 


4:21 
-0.1 


10:40 
1.6 


15:53 
—0.4 


23:03 
2-y 




F,ll 


2:37 
-0.3 


9:34 
2.2 


16:13 
0.1 


21:27 
2.1 




M|ll 


4:23 
-0.2 


10:56 
L7 


16:15 
-0.1 


23.-07 
2.6 


D 


W 


11 


5:25 
0.1 


11:37 
L4 


16:42 
—0.3 






S Il2 


3:28 
-0.3 


10:20 
2 1 


16:56 
0.1 


22:16 
2.2 


D 


Tu 


12 


6:27 
—0.1 


11:64 
L6 


17KJ2 
--0.1 






Th 


12 


0K)5 
2.9 


6:85 
0.2 


12:87 
1.2 


17-33 
—0.2 


6 


S 13 


4:24 
-0.3 


11:11 
1.9 


16:89 
0.1 


28:08 
2.8 




W 


13 


0K)8 
2.6 


6:88 
0.1 


12:68 
L8 


17:60 
0.0 


E 


F 


13 


1K)8 
2.8 


7:65 
0.3 


13:40 
LI 


18:3: 
— OLl 


? 


M 14 


6:22 
-0.2 


12:08 
1.7 


17:23 
0.1 


. . . 




Th 


14 


1:16 
2.6 


7:49 
0.2 


L2 


18:46 
0.1 




S 


14 


2:18 
2.8 


9:15 
0.3 


14:45 
LI 


is-jr: 

0,0 




Tu 15 


0:09 
2.3 


6:27 
--0.1 


13:11 
L5 


18:12 
0.1 




F 


15 


2:22 
2.6 


9:16 
0.8 


16:10 
L2 


19:60 
0.1 




s 


16 


8:20 
2.7 


lOJM 
0.4 


15di0 
1.2 


20-^ 

ai 




W|16 

1 


1:16 
2.4 


7:40 
0.1 


14:21 
L4 


19:06 
0.2 


E 


s 


16 


3:32 
2.6 


10:42 
0.8 


16:12 
L2 


21:03 
0.2 




M 


16 


4:26 
2.6 


11:36 
0.4 


16:48 
L4 


22:18 

0.2 




Th 17 


2:28 
2.4 


9K)0 
0.2 


15:27 
L3 


20:10 
0.2 




s 


17 


4:87 
2.6 


11:47 
0.2 


17:13 
L3 


22:21 
0.1 




Tu 


17 


5:27 
2.4 


12:21 
0.8 


17:46 
1.6 


23:35 

0.2 




Fll8 


3:40 
•2.5 


10:23 
0.2 


16:80 
L3 


21:20 
0.2 




M 


18 


5:40 
2.6 


12:41 
0.2 


18:06 
L6 


23:35 
0.1 




W 


18 


6:19 
2.2 


12:55 
0.8 


1837 
L8 


. . . 




S 19 


4:48 
2.6 


11:42 
0.2 


17:80 
L4 


22:80 
0.1 





Tu 


19 


6:38 
2.6 


18:20 
0.8 


18:66 
L7 


. . . 





Th 


19 


0:38 
0.2 


7:07 
2.0 


13:18 
0.8 


19t2 

L9 


E 


S|20 


5:51 
2.7 


12:42 
0.2 


18:23 
L6 


23:40 
0.0 




W 


20 


0:40 
0.1 


7:28 
2.3 


13:60 
0.3 


19:42 
L9 


N 


F 


20 


1:35 
0.2 


7:60 
L8 


13:85 
0.3 


20:07 
2.1 


c 


M 21 


6:60 
2.7 


18:31 
0.2 


19:11 
L6 






Th 


21 


1:36 
0.0 


8:15 
2.1 


14:16 
0.3 


20:25 
2.0 




8 


21 


2:26 
0.3 


8:28 
L6 


13:48 
3 


20:47 
±'2 




Tui22 


.0:44 
—0.1 


7:46 
2.6 


14:10 
0.2 


19:59 
L8 




F 22 


2:27 
0.0 


8:66^ 
L9 


14:35 
0.3 


21:07 
2.1 


A 


S 


22 


8K)8 
0.4 


9:02 
L3 


14K)0 
0.2 


21:23 
2.2 




W 23 


1:38 
-0.2 


8:35 
2.5 


14:46 
0.3 


20:41 
L9 


N 


8 23 

1 


8:13 
0.1 


9:36 
1.6 


14:60 
0.3 


21:46 
2.2 




M 


23 


3:42 
0.6 


9:29 
LI 


14:18 
0.0 


21 -.58 
2,3 




Thi24 

1 


2:31 
-0.2 


9:23 
2.3 


15:14 
0.3 


21:25 
2.0 




s;24 


8:52 
0.3 


10:11 
1.4 


15K)1 
0.2 


22:21 
2.2 




Tu'24 

1 


4K» 
0.7 


9:50 
LO 


14:41 
—0.1 


22:31 
2.3 




f;25 


3:20 
-0.2 


10:08 
2,0 


15:39 
0.4 


22:05 
2.1 


A 


M 25 


4:30 
0.4 


10:36 
L2 


15:26 
0.2 


23K)0 
2.2 




W 25 


4:27 
0.8 


9:09 
LI 


15:12 
-0.2 


23:02 

2.2 




S |26 


4:08 
0.0 


10:60 
1.7 


16:00 
0.4 


22:46 
2,1 




Tu| 26 


6:00 
0.6 


11K)5 
1.1 


15:50 
0.1 


23:34 
2.2 




Th 26 


4:60 
0.9 


9K)9 
L2 


15:60 
—0.2 


23>.aO| 
2.2 1 


N 


s'27 


4:52 
0.1 


11:30 
1.6 


16:18 
0.4 


28:28 
2.1 




W 27 


6:30 
0.7 


10:30 
LO 


16:20 
0.0 


. . . 


(C 


F!27 

1 


btZl 
0.8 


9:45 
L3 


16:32 
-0.2 


. . .1 


A 

1 


Ml 28 

1 


6:37 
0.3 


12:08 
1.2 


16:38 
0.4 




d 


Th 28 


0:08 
2.2 


6:05 
0.8 


10:10 
1.0 


17:00 
0.0 


E 


8 28 


0:05 
2.2 


6:04 
0.7 


10*.35 
L8 


17:21 , 

— O.2I 


C'Tu,29 


' 0:10 
2.1 


6:18 
0.5 


12:47 
1.1 


17:06 
0.3 




F,29 


0:48 
2.1 


6:47 
0.8 


10:55 
LO 


17:46 
0.0 




SI29 


0:50 
2.1 


6:50 
0.7 


11:39 
L3 


18:17 1 

-ai ' 


i W 30 


0:55 
2.0 


6:58 
0.7 


13:15 
LO 


17:40 
0.3 


E 


8 30 


1:30 
2.1 


7:31 
0.8 


12:00 
1.1 


18:41 
0.1 




M,30 


1:44 
2.1 


7:46 
0.6 


12:67 
L3 


i9tn 1 

0.0 1 


Th 31 

1 


1:42 
2.0 


7:44 

0.8 


13:27 
LO 


18:25 
0.2 




1 

I 












Tu 


31 


2:46 
2.1 


8:44 
0.6 


14:31 
L4 


ao-.si > 

0-0 


1 The tk 
! a compari}- 
1 from Sleai 

which in 1 

1 unless am 

Thetir 

1 are in the 

instance. 1 
#, nev 

equator; A 


ies are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
ion of consecutive heights will indicate whe 
I Low Water Springs, which is approximate 
foot below mean sea level. To nnd the di 
nus (— ) sign is before the height, In which 
ne used is Buenos A yrea Mean Local Civil, fo 
forenoon (a.m.), all greater are in the afte 
5:47 is 3:47 p. m. 

ir moon; J). Ist quar.; Q, full moon; (^. 3d 
L. P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


th their times on the first line a 
ther it is high or low water. Th 
ly the datum of soundings on 
pth of water, add the tabular h 
case subtract it. 

p the meridian 58° 22' W.; O*" is r 
moon (p. m.) and when dimini 

quar.; E, moon on the equator 


nd 
le h 
the 
eig 

did 
she 

N 


heiff 
cigTi 
Adi 

tit to 

nigh 
d bj 

S, E 


hts< 
ts, 1 1 

nira 
the 

t,12t 
r 12 

noor 


1 
>n the second line of each day: 
1 feet and tenths, are reckoned 
Ity Charts for this region, and 
soundings given on tne chart, ; 

is noon: all hours less than 12 
give the times after noon; for 

farthest north or south of the 



CAPE HORN (Orange Bay), CHILE, 1907. 



137 



1 


JANUARY. 






PfiRRUARV. 


M.\ltCH. 1 


J 


Dayoi— 


Time and Height of Hi^h and 
LowWater. 


i 


l^iijof— 


Time and Self ht of Hl^hand 
Low water. 


d Dayof- 


TSm*? an 


lH<?%htof Bigband 
Low WBtcr. 


\V. Mo. 


w. yio. 

1 


^ 


W. Mo. 




Tu 1 


4:80 
4.9 


11:29 
-0.1 


17:42 
3.1 


22:50 
1.6 




F 


1 


5K26 
5.0 


12:09 
—0.2 


18:27 
3.6 


23:55 
1.3 




F 


1 


4:19 
5.0 


10:55 
—0.1 


17:11 
3.9 


22:52 
0.9 




W 


2 


6:07 
6.0 


12:03 
-0.8 


18:20 
8.2 


23:27 
1.6 




s 


2 


6:10 
4.9 


12:50 
—0.1 


19:08 
3.8 




E 


8 


2 


5:05 
4.9 


11:85 
—0.1 


17:50 
4.1 


23:40 
0.7 




111 


3 


6:46 
6.0 


12:41 
—0.2 


18:57 
3.8 


. . . 


£ 


s 


3 


0:45 
1.1 


6:68 
4.7 


13:27 
0.1 


19:49 
4.0 




S 


3 


6:54 
4.8 


12:15 
0.1 


18:80 
4.3 


. . . 




F 


4 


0K)8 
1.6 


6:27 
4.9 


13:18 
—0.2 


19:41 
3.4 




M 


4 


1:89 
0.9 


7:49 
4.4 


14.-06 
0.3 


20:80 
4.3 




M, 4 


0:29 
0.5 


6:44 
4.6 


12:56 
0.3 


19:12 
4.4 




S 5 


0:64 
1.6 


7:12 
4.7 


13:59 
0.0 


20:22 
3.6 


(L 


Tu 


5 


2:32 
0.8 


8:46 
4.1 


14-.52 
0.5 


21:18 
4.4 




Tu, 5 


1:22 
0.4 


7:42 
4.3 


13:46 
0.6 


20K)0 
4.5 


1 IS 6 


1:49 

1.4 


8:01 
4.5 


14:37 
0.1 


21:05 
8.8 




W 


6 


3:36 
0.6 


9:48 
4.0 


15:47 
0.7 


22:10 
4.7 




W 6 


2:24 
0.2 


8:43 
4.0 


14:36 
0.8 


20:50 
4.7 


■|h^ 


7 


2:46 
1.2 


8:57 
4.3 


15:20 
0.8 


21:50 
4.1 




Th 


7 


4:42 
0.3 


10:56 
3.9 


16:42 
0.9 


28:06 
4.9 


(C 


Th: 7 


8:28 
0.1 


9:46 
3.7 


16:27 
1.0 


21:47 
4.9 


i 


Tu 


8 


8:50 
1.0 


10:00 
4.0 


16:10 
0,5 


22:40 
4.8 




F 


8 


6:60 
0.1 


12:01 
8.6 


17:89 
0.9 




s 


F 


8 


4:83 
0.0 


10:50 
3.6 


16:26 
1.1 


22:46 
6.1 




W 


9 


4:64 
0.7 


11 .-06 
8.9 


0.7 


23:32 
4.7 


s 


S 


9 


0:03 
5.3 


6:55 
-0.8 


13:06 
3.6 


18:39 
0.9 


p 


S 


9 


6:39 
-02 


11:53 
8.5 


17.-26 
1.1 


28:46 
6.2 


i 


Th 


10 


6:08 
0.4 


12:12 
8.8 


18:08 
0.7 


: : : 


p 


8 


10 


1:00 
5.5 


7:56 
—0.6 


14:04 
8.6 


19:35 
0.9 




s 


10 


6:40 
-0.4 


12:64 
8.5 


18:25 
1.1 


• • • 


i 


F 


11 


0:27 
6.1 


7:08 
—0.1 


18:19 
3.8 


18:69 
0.8 




M 


11 


1:57 

6.8 


Ts 


15:00 
3.7 


20:31 
0.8 




M 


11 


0:48 
5.4 


7:37 
—0.6 


13:50 
3.7 


19:26 
0.9 


p 


S 


12 


1:28 
6.6 


8:10 
—0.5 


14:20 
3.7 


19:54 
0.8 


• 


Tu 


12 


2:58 
5.9 


9:48 
-0.9 


15:62 
3.9 


21:30 
0.6 




Tu 12 


1:42 
5.5 


8:80 
-0.7 


14:40 
3.9 


20:22 
0.7 


s 


IS 


13 


2:15 

6.8 


9:07 
—0.9 


15:20 
3.8 


20:50 
0.8 




W 


13 


3:46 
6.9 


10:34 
-1.0 


16:42 
4.1 


22:24 
0.5 




W 


13 


2:39 
6.6 


9:19 
—0.6 


15:80 
4.1 


21:19 
0.5 


• 


M 


14 


3:10 
6.0 


10:02 
—1.2 


16:14 
3.9 


21:46 
0.-8 




Th 


14 


4:40 
5.8 


11:20 
-0.9 


17:31 
4:2 


23:20 
0.5 


• 


Th 


l4 


8:31 
5.6 


10K)6 
—0.6 


16:16 
4.3 


22:12 
0.4 


i 


Tu 


15 


4K)4 
6.2 


10:65 
—1.3 


17:07 
4.0 


22:40 
0.8 




F 


15 


5:31 
5.6 


12:10 
-0.7 


18:20 
1.4 




E 


F 


15 


4:24 
6.3 


10:60 
—0.4 


17:01 
4.5 


23K)5 
0.8 




W 


16 


4:67 
6.1 


11:47 
—1.3 


18:00 
4.1 


23:33 
0.7 


E 


8 


16 


0:14 
0,5 


6:26 
5.3 


12:56 
—0.4 


19:08 
4.4 




8 


16 


6:18 
6.0 


11:36 
-0.1 


17:47 
4.6 


28:65 
0.8 


! 


Th 


17 


5:50 
6.0 


12:37 
—1.1 


18:50 
4.2 






S 


17 


1:10 
0.5 


7:20 

4.8 


13:89 
0.0 


19:57 
4.5 




H 


17 


6:09 
4.6 


12:20 
0.2 


18:81 
4.5 


• • • 


1 


F 


18 


0:80 
0.7 


6:42 
5.7 


18:25 
-0.9 


19:41 
4.3 




M 


18 


2:06 
0.5 


8:16 
4.3 


14:26 
0.4 


20:45 
4.4 




M 


18 


0:46 
0.8 


1:00 
4.4 


13:08 
0.6 


19:15 
4.6 


E 

1 


^ 


19 


1:80 
0.7 


7:38 
5.2 


14:14 
-0.5 


20:34 
4.3 




Tu 


19 


3:06 
0.6 


9:10* 
4.0 


16:18 

0.8 


21:31 
4.4 




Tu 


19 


1:40 
0.4 


7:61 
4.0 


13:47 
0.9 


19:«l 
4.4 


1 ; S 20 

, 1 


2:80 
0.8 


8:37 
4.8 


15:00 
—0.1 


21:25 
4.4 


D 


W 


20 


4:05 
0.7 


10:07 
3.6 


16:00 
1.1 


22:19 
4.4 




W 


20 


2:35 
0.5 


8:46 
8.6 


14:30 
1.3 


20:45 
4.4 


}) M 21 


8:32 
0.8 


9:35 
4.3 


15:50 
0.4 


22:15 
4.4 


A 


Th 


21 


6:03 
0.7 


11:02 
3.3 


16:46 
1.3 


23K)6 
4.4 


A 


Th 21 


8:30 
0.5 


9:40 
3.3 


15:16 
1.5 


21:81 
4.3 


1 , Tu 22 


4:86 
0.8 


10:34 
3.8 


16:39 
0.7 


28:04 
4.4 




F 


22 


6:00 
0.6 


12:02 
8.1 


17:84 
1.5 


23:54 
4.5 


N 


F 22 


4:25 
0.5 


10:37 
3.1 


16:01 

1.7 


22:21 
4.3 


w 


23 


5:39 
0.8 


11:34 
3.6 


17:30 
1.0 


28:52 
4.4 


N 


8 


23 


6:52 
0.5 


12:58 
3.0 


18:20 
1.6 


. . . 




S 23 


5:17 
0.5 


11:31 
3.0 


16:50 
1.8 


28:08 
4.3 




Th 


24 


6:40 
0.7 


12:33 
3.3 


18:18 
1.2 






S 


24 


0:40 
4.5 


7:38 
0.3 


13:45 
3.1 


19:08 
1.6 




S 24 


6:06 
0.4 


12:21 
3.1 


17:43 
1.8 


28:67 
4.4 


A 


F 


25 


0:38 
4.6 


7:34 
0.5 


13:30 
3.2 


19:02 
1.4 




M 


25 


1:22 
4.7 


8:20 
0.2 


14:30 
3.2 


19:52 
1.6 


M|25 


6:50 
0.3 


13:07 
3.2 


18:34 
1.6 


: : : 


, 'S'26 


1:22 
4.6 


8:22 
0.3 


14:21 
3.1 


19:45 
1.5 




Tu 


26 


2:06 

4.8 


9:00 
0.0 


15:10 
3.3 


20:36 
1.4 




Tu 26 


0:43 
4.5 


7:34 
0.2 


13:50 
3.4 


19:23 
1.5 


In s 1 27 


2:02 
4.7 


9:04 
0.1 


15:10 

2.8 


20:26 
1.6 




W 27 


2:50 
4.9 


9:39 
—0.1 


15:49 
3.5 


21:20 
1.3 




W 27 


1:32 
4.6 


8:15 
0.0 


14:30 
3.6 


20:10 
1.2 


M 28 


2:42 
4.9 


9:40 
0.0 


15:51 
3.1 


21Kte 
1.6 


O 


Th 28 


3:24 
5.0 


10:17 
-0.1 


16:30 
8.7 


22:06 
1.1 


Th 28 


2:21 

4.8 


8:54 
0.0 


15:10 
8.P 


20:59 
0.9 


O Tu 29 


3:21 
4.9 


10:20 
—0.1 


16:28 
3.2 


21:45 
1.5 




! 










g:F 29 


3:10 

4.8 


9:36 
0.0 


15:50 
• 4.2 


21:46 
0.6 




W 30 


4:01 
5.0 


10:58 
—0.2 


17:06 
3.3 


22:27 
1.5 




1 










8 30 


3:59 

4.8 


10:16 
0.0 


16:30 
4.4 


22:34 
0.3 




Th 31 


4:43 

5.1 


11:32 
—0.2 


17:45" 
3.5 


23:09 
1.4 




1 












S 31 


4:47 
4.7 


10:58 
0.1 


17:11 
4.6 


23:20 
0.1 


Thetid 
a comparis 
from Mean 
is 2.4 feet b 
a minus (- 

The til 

12 are in tl 

; instance, 1 

#, nev 
equator; A 


es are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whe 
Ix>w Water Springs, w-hich is approximately 
elow mean sea level. To find the depth of 
-) sign is before the height, in which case si 
lie used is Cape Horn Mean Local Civil, for 
le forenoon (a. m. j, all greater are in the af 
5:47 is 3:47 p. m. 

r moon; }), 1st quar.; O. ^"^1 moon; (^, 3d c 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


th their times on the first line and heights o 
her it is high or low water. The heights, ir 
the datum of soundings on the Admiralty Ch 
water, add the tabular height to the soundi 
ibtract it. 
the meridian 67° 17' W.; 0>» is midnight, 1 
ternoon (p. m.) and when diminished by 12 

luar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


n the second line of each day; 
i feet and tenths, are reckoned 
arts for this region, and which 
ngs given on tnc chart, unless 

2i> is noon; all hours less than 
give the times afternoon; for 

farthest north or south of the 



188 



CAPE HORN (Omnge Bay), CHILE, 1907. 



APRIL. 


MAY. 


JUNE. 


:a 


Dayof— 
W. |Mo. 

M 1 


Time an 

5:39 
4.6 


d Height of High and 
Low water. 


:3 


Dayof— 

w. !mo. 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


B Dayof— 

s w.Imo.' 


Time an 

1:42 
— LO 


d Height of High&nd 
LowWater. 


11:43 
0.4 


17:56 
4.7 


. . . 


w'7 

1 


0:05 
-0.6 


6:2S 
4.1 


12:00 
0.8 


18:13 
6.4 


"^r. 


8:08 
3.7 


1329 19:;i 
LI :>.''■ 




Ta 2 

1 


0:15 
0.0 


6:37 
4.4 


12:30 
0.6 


18:42 
4.9 


SiTh' 2 


1.-00 
—0,7 


7:21 
8.9 


12:52 
LO 


19:07 
6.4 


S| 2 


2:40 
-0.8 


9:06 
3.7 


1457 2.4'; 
L2 5. 


p 


W 3 


1:12 
-0.2 


7:ai 
4.1 


13:18 
0.9 


19:32 
6.0 


F 3 


2: 
-0.7 


8:24 
3.7 


18:60 
1.2 


20:05 
6.3 


C M^ 3! 


8:40 
-0.6 


10H)6 
8.9 


15:48 2\;<. 
L2 4.V 




Th 4 


2:14 
-0.3 


8:36 
3.8 


14:11 
LI 


20:28 
5.0 


(C S 4 


8K)5 
-0.7 


9:28 
8.6 


14:62 
1.4 


21:08 
6.2 


Tu 4; 


4:88 
-0.8 


11:06 
4.1 


16:59 SSnrJ 
1.1 4..; 


s 


F 5 


3:18 
—0.3 


9:40 
3.6 


15:10 
1.3 


21:27 
6.1 


1 s' 5 
1 1 


4:06 
-0.6 


10:80 
8.7 


16;01 
1.3 


22:11 
6.1 


E W 5, 


5:82 
-0.1 


12:00 
4.3 


18:07 . . 

0.8 .. . 




S 1 6 


4:24 
-0.4 


10:44 
8.5 


16:13 
1.3 


22:28 
5.1 


|M 6 


5:06 
-0.5 


11:80 
3.8 


17:10 
1.2 


28:17 
4.9 


Th 6 


0H» 
4.4 


6:25 
0.2 


12:49 15*: I- 
4.5 l'-. 




S 7 


535 
-0.4 


11:46 
3.6 


17:18 
L3 


28:30 
6.1 


Tu 7 


6:02 
-0.4 


12:26 
4.1 


18:16 
0.9 


. . . 


F- 7 

1 


1K)8 
4.2 


7:15 
0.4 


13:33 301': 
4.7 11. :' 




M 8 


628 
-0.5 


12:42 
3.8 


18:20 
LI 




iW 8 


0:21 

4.8 


6:62 
—0.2 


18:14 
4.4 


19:17 
0.7 


S 8| 


2:02 
4.1 


8:01 
0.6 


14:18 »:•«) 

4.9 i'.: 




Tu 9 


0:32 
5.1 


7:18 
—0.5 


13:83 
4.0 


19:21 
0.8 


E Th 9 


1:21 
4.7 


7:40 
-0.1 


13:69 
4.6 


20:11 
0.4 


8 9 


2:52 
8.9 


8:39 
0.8 


14:52 21:57 
6.0 -ill 




W 10 

1 


1:30 
5.1 


8K)8 
--0.4 


14:21 
4.2 


20:17 
0.6 


FjlO 


2:15 
4.6 


8:27 
0.2 


14:41 

4.7 


21:00 
0.1 


• M|10 


8:38 
3.7 


9:16 
LO 


1638 22.13 
5.1 -0. 


£ 


Th U 


2:26 
5.1 


8:52 
-0.3 


15:a5 
4.5 


21:10 
0.4 


is'll 

1 


8:06 
4.5 


9:10 
0.4 


15:20 

4.8 


21:47 
0.0 


Tu 11; 


4:82 
8.6 


9:52 
L2 


16:04 22:r.^ 
5.1 -^.-l 


• 


F 12 


3:20 
4.9 


9:39 
—0.1 


15:48 
4.6 


22:00 
0.2 


• S 12 


8:65 
4.2 


9:48 
0.7 


L'):58 
4.9 


22:34 
-0.1 


AW 12 


5:05 
8.8 


10:25 
1.4 


16:40 23T 

5.0 --U' 




S Il3 


4:10 
4.7 


10:20 
0.1 


16:31 
4.7 


22:47 
0.1 


m!i3 


4:40 
8.9 


10:24 
0.9 


16:85 
5.0 


28:19 
-0.1 


Th 13' 


6:47 
3.1 


10:57 
L6 


17:14 . 
4.9 .. . 




S 14 


4:50 
4.0 


11:01 
0.5 


17:10 

4.7 


23:36 
0.0 


Tu,14 

i 1 


6:24 
3.6 


10:59 
L2 


17:13 
4.9 




F 14 


0:16 
-0.1 


6:27 
8.0 


11:29 17vO 
L8 I- 




M 15 


5:48 
4.2 


11:41 

a8 


17:50 

4.7 




W 15 

1 


0:04 
0,0 


6:11 
8.3 


11:35 
L4 


17:50 

4.8 


S 15^ 


0:52 
0.0 


7:11 
' 2.9 


12K)5 his 

1.9 iJ> 




Tu 16 


0:25 
0.1 


6:36 

3.8 


12:19 
LI 


18:30 
4.6 


A 
N 


Th 16 


0:47 
0.0 


6:58. 
3.1 


12:09 

L7 


18:27 
4.7 


g 16 


1:20 
0.1 


7:56 
2.9 


12:49 1913 
2.0 4.t 




W 17 


1:15 
0,2 


7:25 
3.5 


12:69 
L4 


19:18 
4.5 




Fil7 


1:30 
0.1 


7:41 
2.9 


12:48 
1.9 


19:09 
4.5 


M 17, 


2:10 
0.2 


8:42 
8.1 


13:43 2ftii: 
L9 io 


A 


Th,18 


2:06 
0.3 


8:19 
3.2 


13:89 
1.7 


19:55 
4.4 




S 18 


2:13 
0.2 


8:87 
2.9 


13.30 
2.0 


19:53 
4.4 


)) Tu 18| 


2:53 
0.8 


9-.80 
3.3 


14:.t0 ill*: 
1.8 4.1 


'|N 


F 19 


2:54 
0.4 


9:10 
3.0 


14:24 
L9 


20:41 
4.3 


S 19 


3:00 
0.3 


9:27 
3.0 


14:25 
2.0 


20:44 
4.3 


W ' 19 


8:40 
0.4 


10:16 
3.6 


15:5S 2J« 

1.6 3.j 


J) 


S 


20 


3:43 
0.4 


10:a> 
3.0 


16:15 
1.9 


21:80 
4.2 


]) M 20 


8:41 

0.3 


10:16 
8.1 


15:27 
2.0 


21:39 
4.2 


E Th 20 


4:27 
0.6 


11KB 
4.0 


17«1 23.^ 
1.2 3» 




S 


21 


4:32 
0.4 


10:58 
3.0 


16:08 
L9 


22:24 
4.2 


Tu 21 


4:38 
0.3 


11:08 
8.3 


16:34 

L8 


22:39 
4.1 


F 21 1 


6:17 
0.5 


11:48 
4.8 


18:05 . . 
0.7 .. . 




M 


22 


5:18 
0.8 


11:45 
3.2 


17:08 
L9 


28:18 
4.3 


|\V 22 


6:13 
0.4 


11:48 
8.7 


17:34 
L4 


23:38 
4.1 


s .22I 


0:12 
8.9 


6:13 
0.5 


1237 \m 

4.7 0.2 




Tu 


23 


0.3 


12:29 
3.4 


18:05 
1.6 


. . . 


ElTh 23 

1 1 


6:01 
0.4 


12:80 
4.1 


18:88 
LO 


. . . 


s'23- 


1:18 
4.0 


7K)6 
0.5 


13:24 20.* 

5.2 -t'.i 




W 


24 


0:18 
4.4 


6:46 
0.2 


13:10 
3.8 


18:57 
L2 


F 24 


0:37 
4.2 


6:47 
0.3 


13:12 
4.4 


19:23 
0.5 


M 24 


2:10 
4.0 


7:54 
0.6 


14:12 'SyM 
5.6 -'i" 




Th 


25 


1:05 
4.5 


7:80 
0.1 


13:51 
4.1 


19:49 
0.9 


S 25 


1:88 
1.3 


7:36 
0.3 


13:64 

4.8 


20:15 
0,0 


9 Tu 25 


8K)6 
4.0 


8:48 
0.6 


15K» 21:4- 
6.0 -1.: 


E 


F 26 


1:57 
4.5 


8:13 
0.1 


14:32 
4.5 


20:35 
0.4 


1 S ' 26 


2:28 
4.4 


8:24 
0.8 


14:38 
5.2 


21:08 
-0.5 


8 W 26 


3:59 
4.0 


9:82 
0.6 


15:49 22*.' 

6.2 -1-^ 




S ; 27 


2:47 
4.6 


8:55 
0.2 


15:12 
4.7 


21:25 
0.1 


O M 27 


3:21 
4.3 


9:09 
0.4 


15:23 
5.6 


22:02 
—0.8 


Th 27 


4:52 
4.0 


10^23 
0.6 


16:40 23:2 
6.8 -1* 


O 


S 28 


3:39 
4.7 


9:43 
0.2 


15:53 
6.0 


22:15 
-0.3 


P Tu!28 


4:15 
4.2 


9.55 
0.5 


16:10 
6.9 


22:53 
— LO 


F 28' 


5:45 
3.9 


11:14 
0.7 


17:32 . . 
6.2 . . 




M 


29 


4:31 
4.6 


10:27 
0.4 


16:39 
5.2 


23:09 
-0.5 


s 


W 29 


6:10 
4.1 


10:43 
0.6 


16:58 
5.9 


23:48 
—LI 


S 29 


0:25 
—1.8 


6:40 
3.9 


12:10 18;i: 

O.S •V';i 


P 


Tu 


30 


5:26 
4.4 


11:10 
0.6 


17:25 
5.4 


. . . 




Th|30 

1 


6:05 
8.9 


11:35 
0.8 


17:50 
5.9 




1 S'30 


1:19 
— LO 


7:86 
8.9 


13:11 19'^ 
0.9 -5.0 




1 
1 












F,31 


0:44 
—LI 


7:08 

3.8 


12:28 
LO 


18:45 
5.8 


1 1 








The tid 

a comparis 

1 from Mear 

j which is 2. 

unless a m 

Theti 

in the forei 

15:47 is 3:47 

#. neM 

equator; A 


es are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whe 
I Low Water Springs, which is approximat 
4 feet below mean sea level. To find the d 
inuN (— ) sign is before the height, in which 
me used is Cape Horn Mean Local Civil for t 
loon (a. m.), all greater are In the afternoon 
p.m. 

'moon; ^. 1st quar.; O. full moon: Ci 3d c 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


th their times on the first line and heights on the aeeond line of each day: | 
ther it Is high or low water. The heights, in feet and tenths, are reckonw 
elv the datum of stmndings on the Admiralty Charts for this region, acd 
E?pth of water, add the tabular height to the soundings given on the chart, 
case subtract it. 

he mferidianG7o 17'W.: QS' is midnight, 12" is noon; all hours leas than 12 aw 
(p. m.) and when diminished by 12 give the times after noon: for inMsnee. 

luar.; E, moon on the equator; N. S. moon farthest north or south of the 

^ 



CAPE HORN (Owinge Bay), CHILE, 1907. 



189 



JULV. 




AFGUHT. 


■ 




SEPTKMBEIR. 




-^ 


S 


Day of— 


Time and Ht^ifbtof High find 
l4iw water. 


d 


Dayof— 


Ttme&E) 

3:28 
0.4 


^Heifhtof Hlghaud 


g 


Doyof- 


Tim<^ and Height flf Hl^h itna 


W. Mo. 


3- w7 


Mo. 

1 


^ 


W. 


uo. 




M 1 


2:12 
-0.8 


8:34 
4.0 


14:12 
LO 


20:24 
5.1 




Th 


9:47 
4.4 


16:09 22:15 
0.7 8.9 




S 


1 


4:32 
1.4 


10:50 
4.4 


17:60. 
0.6 




r^i ' 


8:08 
—0.4 


9:32 
4.1 


15:28 
1.0 


21:33 
4.6 




Fl 2 

1 


4:21 
0.7 


10:43 
4.4 


17:22 28:23 
0.6 3.6 


X 
A 


M 2 


0:00 
3.1 


5:28 
L6 


11:40 
4.4 


18:61 ( 
0.5 


W 3 


4:02 
0.0 


10:31 
4.3 


16:40 
0.9 


22:42 
4.2 




S 3 


5:18 
LO 


11:87 
4.5 


18.-28 . . . 
0.5 .. , 




Tu. 3 


1:01 
3.1 


6:25 
1.6 


12:86 
4.4 


19:G9 
0.3 


Th 4 


4:59 
0.4 


11:25 
4.4 


17:48 
0.7 


28:48 
8.9 




» 


4 


0:28 
8.4 


6:10 
L2 


12:27 19:27 
4.6 0.3 




W 


4 


1:62 
3.1 


7:35 
1.6 


13:22 
4.6 


20:20 
0.2 


, F 5 


6:54 
0.6 


12:17 
4.6 


18:62 
0.6 


. . . 




M 


5 


1:28 
3.3 


7:01 
1.3 


13:14 20:16 
4.8 0.2 




Th 


5 


2:32 
3.2 


7:59 
1.5 


14:05 
4.7 


20:65 
0.0 


S 6 


0:51 

3.8 


6:47 

0.8 


13:08 
4.7 


19:48 
0.2 


A 
N 


Tu 


6 


2:19 
3.2 


7:46 

1.4 


13:57 20:57 
4.9 0.0 




F 


6 


3:08 
8.4 


8:40 
1.4 


14:46 
4.8 


21:28 
-0.1 


S 7 


1:47 
3.6 


7.32 
LO 


13:45 
4.9 


20:38 
0.0 




W 


7 


3K>2 
8.2 


8:26 
1.5 


14:37 21:38 
5.0 —0.1 


• 


s! 7 


3:42 
3.6 


9:19 
1.2 


16:27 
4.9 


22:03 
-0.1 , 


M 8 


2:88 
3.5 


8:12 
1.1 


14:26 
6.0 


21:22 
—0.1 




Th 


8 


8:40 
3.2 


9m 

L6 


15:13 22:06 
6.0 —0.2 




S| 8 


4:15 
8.8 


9:58 
LO 


16:07 
4.9 


22:37 

—0.1 


A Tu' 9 


3:23 
8.4 


8:50 
1.3 


16K» 
5.1 


22:00 
—0.2 


• 


F 


9 


4:15 
8.3 


9:88 
L4 


15:48 22:88 
5.0 —0.2 


E 


m' 9 


4:49 
4.0 


10:87 
0.8 


16:47 
4.8 


23:10 ! 
0.0 


N W 10 

• 


4:06 
3.3 


9:26 
1.4 


15:38 
6.1 


22:86 
-0.2 




S 10 


4:48 
8.4 


10:13 
L8 


16:26 28:10 
6.0 —0.2 




Tu'lO 


5:23 
4.2 


11:18 
0.6 


17:29 
4.7 


23:44 
0.1 


; Th 11 


4;42 
3.2 


9:68 
1.5 


16:18 
6.1. 


28:10 
—0.2 




S 


11 


6:22 
8.6 


10:50 
L2 


17K)3 23:48 
5.0 -0.1 




W 11 


6:68 
4.4 


12:00 
0.4 


18:18 
4.5 




1 F 12 

1 . 


6:18 
3.2 


10:80 
1.5 


16:48 
5.0 


28:43 
-0.2 




M 


12 


6:58 
3.6 


11:29 
1.2 


17:43 . . . 
4.8 .. . 




Th'l2 


0:21 
0.3 


6:36 
4.4 


12:47 
0.3 


19K)3 1 
4.3 


S 13 


6:55 
3.2 


11K)6 
L6 


17:23 
4.9 




E 


Tu 


13 


0:17 
0.0 


6:34 
3.8 


12:13 18:26 
LI 4.6 




F 13 


1:04 
0.6 


7:18 
4.5 


13:43 
0.3 


20:01 
3.9 


S 14 


0:17 
-0.1 


6:88 
3.2 


11:42 
L6 


18:01 
4.7 




W 14 

1 


0:62 
0.2 


7:12 
3.9 


13:02 19:13 
LO 4.8 


3) 


S !l4 


1:49 
0.9 


8:08 
4.7 


14:46 
.0.2 


21:05 1 
3.6 


,M.15 


0:51 
0.0 


7:18 
3.3 


12:26 
1.5 


18:44 
4.5 




Th 


15 


1:30 
0.6 


7:52 
4.1 


13:53 20:07 
0. 9 4. 


' S 15 


2:40 
L2 


9KB 

4.8 


15:53 
0.1 


22:14 
3.3 




Till 16 


1:28 
0.2 


7:55 
3.4 


13:18 
L6 


19:32 
4.3 


D 


F 


16 


2:13 
0.7 


8:40 
4.2 


14:58 21:11 
0.7 3.7 


s 


M 


16 


3:41 
L3 


4.9 


17:03 
0.0 


23:28 1 
3.3 


E 


W 17 


2K)8 
0.4 


8.38 
3.6 


14:18 
L4 


2059 
4.0 




S 


17 


8:08 
0.9 


9:36 
4.4 


16:10 22.-26 
0.5 3.6 




Tu 


17 


4:49 

1.4 


11:10 
6.0 


18:11 
—0.2 


: : : 


D Th 18 

1 


2:58 
0.6 


9:25 
3.9 


16:28 
L2 


21:34 

3.8 




s 


18 


4:09 
1.1 


10:35 
4.7 


17:22 23:37 
0.3 3.4 


p 


W'18 


0:28 
3.4 


5:58 
L3 


12:16 
5.2 


19:12 
-0.4 


F 19 


3:48 
0.7 


10:17 
4.2 


16:88 
0.9 


22:43 
3.7 




M 19 


5:12 
LI 


11:86 
5.0 


18:30 . . . 
—0.1 . . . 




Th 19 


1:27 
3.6 


7:03 
LO 


13:18 
6.4 


20:07 ! 
—0.6 


! S 

1 


20 


4:43 
0.8 


11:10 
4.6 


17:41 
0.5 


28:52 
8.7 


s 


*ru 20 

1 


0:43 
3.4 


6:14 
1.1 


12:85 19:31 
5.4 -M).5 




F 20 


2:19 
3.9 


8:02 
0.7 


14:15 
5.5 


20:57 
—0.7 




S 


21 


5:41 
0.8 


12:05 
4.9 


18:46 
0.1 




p 


w' 


21 


1:42 
3.6 


7:13 
0.9 


13:33 20:26 
5.7 -0.8 


o 


S ;21 


3:07 
4.8 


8:59 
0.4 


15:11 
5.6 


21:42 
—0.6 




M 22 


0:57 
3.7 


6:37 
0.8 


12:58 
5.4 


19:46 
—0.4 




Th 


22 


2:36 
3.8 


8:11 
0.7 


14:28 21:17 
5.9 — LO 


E 


8 22 


3:62 
4.6 


9:50 
0.1 


16KB 
5.5 


22:27 
—0.6 


S Tu 23 


1:56 
3.7 


7:31 
0.7 


13:51 
6.8 


20:42 
—0.8 


o 


F 


23 


3:26 
4.0 


9M 
0.6 


15:21 22:05 
6. 1 —1. 1 




M 23 


4:36 

4.8 


10:42 
-0.1 


16:55 
5.3 


23:11 
-0.3 


I* W 24 

! 


2-.52 
3.8 


8:23 
0.6 


14:48 
6.1 


21:33 
— L2 




S 


24 


4:13 
4.2 


9:58 
0.8 


16:12 22:50 
6.1 —1.0 


' Tu' 24 


5:20 
4.9 


11:31 
—0.2 


17:44 
5.0 


23:53 
0.0 


Th 25 


3:43 
3.9 


9:15 
0.5 


15:34 
6.3 


22:24 
—1.3 




s 


25 


5:00 
4.5 


10:50 
0.1 


17K» 23:37 
5.9 —0.8 




W 25 

1 


6:03 
4.9 


12:21 
—0.2 


18:33 
4.6 






F !26 


4:33 
4.0 


10:08 
0.4 


16:26 
6.3 


23:13 
—1.3 


E 


M 


26 


5:46 
4.6 


11:43 
0.1 


17:56 . . . 
5.6 .. . 




Th 26 


0:35 
0.4 


6:44 

4.8 


13:12 
0.0 


19:23 
4.1 




S 


27 


5:23 
4.1 


11:01 
0.4 


17:17 
6.1 






Tu 


27 


0:21 
—0.5 


6:38 
4.7 


12:37 18:49 
0.2 5.0 




Fj27 


1:17 
0.8 


7:27 
4.7 


14:06 
0.1 


20:17 , 
3.7 1 




S 28 

1 


0:02 
—1.2 


6:13 
4.2 


11:55 
0.5 


18:09 
6.8 


;w 


28 


1K)7 
-0.1 


7:22 
4.7 


13:32 19:45 
0.3 4.5 


1 S 28 


2K)0 
L2 


8:14 
4.6 


16:03 
0.3 


21:13 
3.3 


E M j 29 


0:51 
-0.9 


7:05 
4.3 


12:M 
0.6 


19:05 
5.4 


ITh 


29 


1:53 
0.3 


8:10 
4.5 


14:32 20:43 
0. 4 4. 1 : 


$ 


S 29 


2:48 
1.6 


9:03 
4.4 


16:01 
0.4 


22:16 
8.0 


,Tu 


30 


1:40 
--0.6 


7:68 
4.3 


13:56 
0.7 


20K)5 

4.8 


(C F 30 


2:44 
0.8 


9:00 
4.4 


15:36 21:45 ' 
0.5 3.6 


A M 30 


3:39 
L8 


9:55 
4.2 


17:01 
0.6 


23:21 
3.0 


(T W 


31 


2:31 
-0.1 


8:53 
4.4 


15K)3 
0.7 


•->1:09 
4.3 


S 31 

1 


3:87 
1.2 


9:53 
4.4 

meson 
ligh or 
tum of 
ter, ad< 
ract it. 
dian 6" 
p.m.) a 


16:44 22:51 
0.6 3.2 


1 










The tid 
a comparis 
from Mean 
which is 2. 
unless a m 

The tin 
12 are in tl 
instance, 1 


les are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whe 
Low Water Springs, which is approximate 
4 feet below mean sea level. To nnd the de 
inus (— ) sign is before the height, in which 
ae used is Cape Horn Mean Local Civil for 
le forenoon (a. m.), all greater are In the af 
5:47 is 3:47 p. m. 


th their tl 
ther it is 1 
ly the da 
;pth of wa 
case subi 
the merJ 
ternoon ( 


the first line and heights c 
low water. The heights, ii 

soundings on the Admira 
i the tabular height to the 

•o 17' W; O** is midnight, 12 
nd when diminishea by 12 


m the second line of each day: 
1 feet and tenths, are reckoned 
Ity Charts for this region, and 
soundings given on the chart, , 

•» Is noon; all hours less than 
give the time.'' after noon; for 


#, new 
1 equator: A 


' moon; }) 
, P, moon 


, 1st quar.; Q, full moon; (^, 3d q 
in apogee or perigee. 


oar.; E, moon on 


the equator; N, S, moon i 


arthest north or 


south 


of the 



140 



CAPE HORN (Oronge Bay), CHILE, 1907. 



.-:'•] 



OCTOBER. 


NOVEMBER. 




DECEMBER. 


" 


c JDayof— 
1 , W^ifo- 


Time and Height of Hi« 
Low Wattr. 


'hand 


i P!!^^- 


Time and Heiirht of Hlgrh and 
LowAVater. 


1 


Dayoi— 


Time and Heigh 
LowW 


1 
t of High a: 1 


3S W. 
F 


M. 


W. 


Mo. 

1 


ater. 


"i*^" 


^ 


4,-40 
2.0 


10:50 
4.2 


0.5 


1 


0:15 
3.3 


5:50 

1.8 


11:55 
4.0 


18:28 
0.5 




0:06 
3.9 


6.-06 
1.8 


12:10 M- 
3.8 0.- 




w 


2 


0:20 
3,1 


53ft 
2.0 


11:45 
4.2 


1»:46 
0.4 




8 2 


1.00 
3.6 


6:48 
1.5 


12:52 
4.0 


19:12 
0.5 




M 


2 


0:50 
4.2 


7KM 
0.8 


18:10 1§1 , 
3.9 0: 




Th 


» 


]:10 
S.l 




12:40 
4.2 


1&:2& 
D.3 


^1^1 3 


1:40 
3.9 


7:40 
1.1 


13:46 
4.1 


19:67 
0.5 




Tu 


3 


1:35 
4.6 


7:58 
0.4 


14K» IIH'J 

4.0 (!- 




F 


4 


1:50 


7:25 
Lfl 


4.3 


20:0S 
0.2 


Ml 4 


2:20 
4.3 


8:29 
0.6 


14:38 
4.2 


20:41 
0.6 




W 


4 


2:20 
6.0 


8:62 
-0.1 


15.-tf> -J-ri 

4.0 l'^ 




S 


6 


2:26 
3.7 


«:12 
1.3 


14:20 
4.5 


20:45 
0.1 


• 


Tu & 


2:58 
4.6 


9:16 
0.2 


15:26 
4.4 


21:29 
0.4 


• 


Th 


5 


3:06 
6.4 


9:46 
-0.6 


16:00 'JI> 
4.0 ■?• 


j S 


6 




fi;57 
1,0 


15:0-1 
4.6 


21:23 
0.1 




W 6 


3:40 
4.9 


10:02 
-0.2 


16:17 
4.4 


22:10 
0.6 


P 


F 


6 


3:62 
5.7 


10:40 
—0.9 


16:52 '>1:J 
4.0 i: 


• 


7 


3:10 
4.3 


t^:40 
0.6 


15:50 
4.6 


22:00 
0,1 




Th| 7 


4:20 
5.3 


10:52 
—0.6 


17K)8 
4.3 


22:60 
0.6 


8 


S 


7 


4:40 
6.9 


11:30 
—1.2 


17:45 -Zl.W 
3.9 U- 


1 


Tu S 


4:15 
C5 


10:20 
0.3 


16:^2 
4.6 


22:40 
0.2 




f: 8 


5:05 
5.5 


11:40 
—0.8 


18:00 
4.1 


23:35 
0.8 




s 


8 


5:80 
6.0 


12:22 
-1.3 


18:88 . 
3.9 . . 




W 9 

1 


l:SO 
C7 


U:03 
0.0 


17:20 
4.6 


23:20 
O.i 




8 1 9 


5:50 
5.6 


12:34 
—0.9 


18:62 
4.0 






M 


9 


0:06 
0.9 


6:20 
6.0 


13:15 ly . 
—1.2 3'| 




Th 


10 1 


&:B0 
4.9 


ll:SO 


1S:09 
4.4 


23:5B 
0.6 




s[ 


10 


0:20 
0.9 


6:37 
5.6 


13:26 
-0.9 


19:47 
3.7 




Tu 


10 


1:00 
0.9 


7:16 
6.8 


14:10 a>> 1 

-1.0 l^\ 




F 


11 


0:10 
£.0 


12:42 
-0.3 


19:00 
4.1 


■ ' ^ 




M 


11 


1:12 
1.2 


7:80 
5.5 


14:.35 
-0.8 


20:46 
3.6 


3) 


W 


11 


2.-00 
1.0 


8:14 
6.5 


15:01 il-,' 
-0.7 Ir 




S 


12 


a:40 
0,8 


5.1 


13:37 
—0.4 


19:68 
3.e 


J 


Tu 


12 


2:08 
1.3 


8:25 
5.3 


15:22 
—0.6 


21:46 
8.6 




Th 


12 


8:06 
1.1 


9:14 
6.1 


16:56 21.::. 
—0.4 4 1 


.S 


i 


13 


1:26 
LI 


7:4U 
5.1 


14'.36 
-0.4 


20:58 
5.5 




w i:i 


3:12 
1.4 


9:26 
5.1 


16:24 
-0.4 


22:48 
3.7 


E 


F 


13 


4:11 
1.0 


10:18 
4.7 


16:60 23:1^ 
-0.1 i* 


h 


M 14 


2:20 
L3 


«:42 
5.1 


-0.3 


22:02 
H,4 




Th 14 


4:24 
L3 


10-.32 
4.9 


17:21 
—0.2 


28:46 
3.9 




S 


14 


5:24 
0.9 


11:28 
4.4 


17:44 . 
0.3 . . 




Tu'l5 


3:24 
1.4 


9:44 
5.0 


16:44 
-0.3 


23:08 
3.4 




F 


15 


5:36 
1.1 


11:42 
4.6 


18:19 
—0.1 


. . . 




s 


15 


0:10 
4.5 


6:90 
0.6 


12:35 hs: 

4.1 0/ 


1 


W 16 

I 


4^ 

L4 


I0:fi0 
4.9 


17:49 
^0.3 


' ' ^ 


E 


S 


16 


0:42 
4.2 


6:46 
0.9 


12:50 
4.6 


19:10 
0.2 




M 


16 


1.-00 
4.6 


7:34 
0.4 


13:36 m-' 

4.0 r 




Th| 17 


*:10 

3.e 


1.3 


IIM 
4.9 


18.48 
-0.2 




S 


17 


1:33 
4.5 


7:46 
0.5 


13:53 
4.4 


20:04 
0.3 




Tu 


17 


1:48 
4.8 


8:30 
0.1 


14:34 3i'> 
3.8 !)-? 




F 18 


1:07 
3.9 


6:55 
1.0 


13:01 
4.9 


19:40 
-0.2 




M 


18 


2:20 
4.6 


8:41 
0.1 


14:50 
4.4 


20:52 
0.4 




W 


18 


2:24 
6.0 


9:24 
—0.1 


15:28 ilM 
3.'i 11 




S 


19 


I'M 
4.2 


7:M 
0.6 


14:a5 
4.9 


20:30 
—0.2 


O 


Tu!l9 


3:03 
4.9 


9:34 
-0.1 


15:41 
4.2 


21:35 
0.6 





Th 


19 


8:17 
6.1 


10:11 

-0.2 


16:16 -IW^ 
3.5 ... 


£ 


S 


20 


2:45 
4. J 


a:52 
0.3 


15:04 
4.9 


21:17 
^4>.l 




Wi20 


3:44 
5.1 


10:24 
—0.8 


16:o0 
4.0 


22:16 
0.8 


N 


F 


20 


8-.68 
6.2 


10:56 
-0.3 


17A.' -.* 
3.4 1 


o 


JI 


21 


3:30 


9:42 
0.0 


4.y 


22:CM 
0,0 




Th 21 


4:24 
5.2 


11:10 
-0.4 


17:18 
3.8 


22:54 
LO 




S 


21 


4:35 
6.2 


11:37 

—0.4 


17:45 23:" 
3.8 n 




Tu 


22 


4:14 
4.0 


10:30 
—0.2 


K:43 
4.7 


22:45 
0.3 




F 22 


5:02 
5.2 


11:54 
—0.4 


18:03 
8.5 


23:30 
1.8 


A 


s 


22 


6:14 
5.1 


12:14 
—0.3 


18:22 23-K' 
3.2 1-: 1 




W 


23 


4:M 

a.i 


11:18 
^4).t 


17:30 
4.4 


23:23 
0.6 


X 


6 ,23 


5:42 
5.1 


12:37 
—0.3 


18:48 
3.3 






M 


23 


5:60 
4.9 


12:50 
—0.2 


19^5 . 
8,2 .. . 


1 


Th 


24 


5:S1 
5.1 


12:05 
—0.4 


1S:17 
4,1 


■ ^ * 




S'24 


0:06 
1.5 


6:20 
5.0 


13:17 
—0.2 


19:30 
3.2 




Tu 


24 


0:16 
1.6 


6:28 
4.8 


13:25 194; 
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F 


25 


o:oa 

0,9 


6:10 
5.0 


12:55 
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1^:04 
3.7 


A 


M 25 

1 


0:44 
1.7 


6:58 

4.8 


13:58 
0.0 


20:18 
3.1 




W 


25 


0:66 
1.7 


7:10 
4.6 


0.1 I- ' 


1 


B 20 

j 


0:40 
1.3 


6:53 
4.9 


13:42 


19:54 
3.4 




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1 


1:22 
1.9 


7:40 
4.6 


14:87 
0.1 


21.-02 
3.0 




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26 


1:88 
1.7 


7:50 
4.4 


14:84 ^v 
0.2 3 4 


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S 27 


1:18 


7:3a 
1.7 


14:29 
0.1 


20:45 
3.2 


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W 27 


2:10 
1.9 


8:23 
4.4 


15:18 
0.2 


21:48 
3.1 


(C 


F 


27 


2:30 
1.7 


8:38 
4.2 


15:12 21:i^ 

0.4 i: 


A 


M 28 

[ 


2:00 

L7 


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4.5 


15:18 
0.3 


21:40 
3.0 




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3:00 
1,9 


9:14 
4.2 


15:38 
0.4 


22:36 
8.3 


E 


S 


28 


8:26 
1.6 


9:32 
4.0 


15:54 22i:« 
0.5 ^v 


C 


Tu'29 


2:47 
1.9 


5:04 
4.3 


16:0« 
0.4 


22:3^1 
3,0 


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4:00 
1.8 


10:10 
4.0 


16:41 
0.5 


23:20 
8.6 




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29 


4:26 
1.8 


10:80 
8.8 


16:39 23.:4 
0.6 4i 


W|SO 




4.1 


ie;51 
0.5 


2a:2H 
3.1 


h: s 30 


5:03 
1.6 


11:09 
3.9 


17:80 
0.6 


. . . 




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30 


6:29 
1.0 


11:86 
8.7 


17:83 . . 
0.7 .. . 


T. 


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let !ri>r 
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17:42 
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6:80 
0.6 


12:40 1*^^^' 1 
8.7 (> 

— 1 


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fn 
III 


Th 

■omi 
im } 

Th 
the 
:4TU 


etid 
is a, 

fl ID 

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forei 

new 
r: A 


es ftre plB- 
on o( ^.invi 
I Low ^Vu 
4 feet he 
fnus (—J ? 
[ieii5K?d is 
loon (a. 11; 

p. m. 

moon; 2" 
, p, mocm 


hv onU^rof mTurreiifts wi 
hdlirhUwill iDfll elite vvh« 
nti\ which ia HppmiimHU 
in sea ] eve I. Tcj fi ml t he d 
H^fnn- the helifht. in whifh 
oni Mejin I^i jil t'iv 11 for l 
^rvaief nn* in the mftemiMjn 

lar.: 0. fiiH moon: i^. »fl « 
^ee iir fHeri^ee. 


h Their times on the first line and heights 

her it is high or low water. The heights, ir 
ly the datum of soundings on the Admira 
e'fjih of water, add the tabular height to the 

1 use subtract it. 
lie meridian 67° 17' W.: 0»> is midnight. 12*' ia 

( IK m. ) and when diminished by 12 give the 

jUAr.; E, moon on the equator: N, S, moon 


n the second line of each day; 

1 feet and tenths, are reckoni'- 

Jty Charts for this region, anu 

soundings given on ihecban, 

noon: all hours less than 12 w? 
times after noon; for insiana 

furthest nort i or south of Uit 

-„__ ^ 



t 



VALPARAISO, CHILE, 1907. 



141 



JANQARY. 1 


FEBttt'AKY, 


» 


Day 




MARCH. 




S 


Day of— 


Time and Height of H.lgh and 
Low Wawir. 


d Uayof— 
S^ , W. Mo. 


Tim© Add Hi*lj?htof High and 
Low: Water. 


of- 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


W. 


Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 




To 


1 


5:00 
0.2 


10:45 16:09 
2.9 0.7 


22-.66 
4.8 




F 


1 


6:40 
-0.2 


11:80 
3.2 


0.5 


23:46 
4.2 




F 


1 


4:36 
—0.3 


10:35 
3.6 


16:26 22:47 
0.1 4.4 




W 


2 


5.S4 
0.1 


11:14 16:84 
2.8 0.8 


28:30 
4.2 




S 


2 


6:15 
-0.1 


12K» 
3.3. 


17:60 
0.5 




£ S 

i 


2 


5:06 
-0.3 


11:08 
3.7 


17:05 23.25 
0. 1 4. 2 




Th 


3 


6:10 
0.0 


11:50 17:05 
2.8 0.9 


. . . 


£ 


S 


3 


0:26 
4.0 


6:54 
0.0 


12:50 
3.4 


18:42 
0.6 


s 


3 


6:40 
—0.2 


11:45 
3.8 


17:50 . . . 
0.1 .. . 




F 


4 


0:08 
.4.1 


6:60 12:82 
0.1 2.9 


17:47 
0.9 




M 


4 


1:08 
3.7 


7:32 
0.1 


13:42 
3.7 


19:45 
0.7 


M 


4 


0-m 

3.9 


6:19 
0.0 


12:30 18:36 
3.8 0.2 




S 


5 


0:50 
3.9 


7:30 13:20 
0.1 3.0 


18:48 
1.0 


k 


Tu 


5 


1:68 
3.4 


8:20 
0.4 


14:45 
3.5 


20:62 
0.7 


1^" 


5 


0:47 
3.7 


6:58 
0.2 


13:18 19:35 
3.8 0.3 


I 1» 


6 


1:86 
3.6 


8:15 14:16 
0.2 8.1 


19:64 
LO 




W 


6 


3:00 
8.1 


9:20 
0.6 


15:55 
3.6 


22:20 
0.8 


W 


6 


1:36 
3.3 


7:44 
0.5 


14:18 20:46 
3. 7 0. 5 


l>' 


7 


2:26 
3.4 


9:04 15:20 
0.3 3.2 


21:18 
1.0 




Th 


7 


4:16 
2.8 


10:25 
0.6 


17:05 
3.8 


23:45 
0.6 


C Th 


7 


2:40 
2.9 


8:42 
0.7 


15:27 22:10 
3.7 0.6 


1 'Tu 


8 


3:80 
3.2 


9:56 16:30 
0.4 8.4 


22:40 
0.8 




F 


8 


6:42 

2.8 


11:35 
0.5 


18:12 
4.2 




8 F 


8 


4:08 
2.7 


9:58 
0.8 


16:44 23:35 
3.8 0.6 


i w 

1 


9 


4:40 
8.1 


11:00 17:35 
0.4 3.8 


. . . 


S 


S 


9 


1:00 
0.4 


7:00 
2.9 


12:40 
0.2 


19:10 
4.6 


p 8 


9 


5:42 
2.7 


11:20 
0.7 


17:50 . . . 
4.1 .. . 


Th 


10 


0:00 
0.6 


5:55 12KX) 
3. 1 0. 3 


18:34 
4.2 


P 


» 


10 


2:00 
0.1 


8:04 
8.1 


13:40 
0.0 


20:05 
6.0 


S 


10 


0:50 
0.4 


7:00 
2.9 


12:30 18:54 
0.4 - 4.4 


F 


11 


1:08 
0.8 


7;06 12:66 
3. 1 0. 1 


19:28 
4.6 




M 


11 


2:61 
-0.2 


8:56 
3.4 


14:82 
—0.3 


20:56 
6.2 


|M 


11 


1:45 
0.1 


7:56 
3.2 


13:80 19:48 
0.0^ 4.7 


P S 

1 


12 


2:10 
0.0 


8:06 13:60 
3.8 -0.1 


20:20 
5.0 


• 


Tu 


12 


3:37 
-0.6 


9:42 
3.6 


15.-20 
-0.4 


21:41 
5.3 




Tu 


12 


2:34 
-0.2 


8:41 
3.6 


14:22 20:40 
—0.3 4.9 


s 


s 


13 


3:00 
--0.8 


9K)0 14:42 
3.4 —0.2. 


21:10 
5.8 




W 


13 


4:20 
-0.6 


10:20 
3.7 


16.-06 
—0.4 


22:25 
5.3 




W 


13 


8:16 
—0.5 


9:22 
3.8 


15:10 21:25 
—0.4 ^.0 


• 


M 


14 


8:50 
—0.5 


9:50 16:30 
3.5 -0.8 


21:68 
6.6 




Th 


14 


6:00 
-0.7 


11K)4 

3.8 


16:50 
—0.4 


28:10 
5.0 


• Th 


14 


3:64 
-0.6 


10:00 
4.0 


15:66 22.-06 
—0.5 4.8 




Tu 


15 


4:37 
—0.7 


10:37 16:17 
3.5 —0.3 


22:43 
6.4 




F 


16 


6:86 
-0.6 


11:44 
3.8 


17:86 
-0.2 


23:52 
4.6 


£ 


F 


15 


4:28 
—0.6 


10:38 
4.1 


16:38 22:60 
-0.4 4.6 




W 


16 


5:22 
-0.7 


11. -23 nidi 
3.6 -0.2 


28:80 
6.2 


£ 


S 


16 


6:16 
—0.4 


12:26 
3.8 


18:20 
0.1 






S 


16 


5K)4 
—0.5 


11:16 
4.1 


17:18 23:80 
—0.2 4.2 




Th 


17 


6:06 
--0.6 


12.10 17:64 
3.5 0.0 


. . . 




8 


17 


0:85 
4.2 


6:64 
-0.2 


13:08 
8.6 


19:10 
0.4 


1 


S 


17 


5:42 
-0.8 


11:06 
4.0 


18:02 . . . 
0.0 .. . 




F 


18 


0:16 
4.9 


6:52 ISKX) 
—0.5 8.4 


18:42 
0.3 




M 


18 


1:20 
8.7 


7:86 
0.2 


18:54 
8.5 


20:04 
0.7 




M 


18 


0:10 
8.8 


6:16 
0.1 


12:30 18:40 
8.9 0.8 


£ 


S 


19 


1:06 
4:4 


7:36 13:58 
—0.2 8.4 


19:88 
0.6 


3> 


Tu 


19 


2H)6 
8.2 


8:22 
0.5 


14:60 
3.4 


21 .-06 
LO 




Tu 


19 


0:46 
3.4 


6:60 
0.4 


13:18 19:29 
3.6 0.6 




s 


20 


1:52 
8.9 


8:25 14:46 
0.0 3.8 


20:40 
0.8 




W 


20 


3K)0 

2.8 


9:12 
0.8 


15:54 
3.3 


22:81 
L2 




W 


20 


1:26 
3.0 


7:28 
0.7 


14.-00 20:27 
8.4 0.9 


D 


M 


21 


2:50 
3.5 


9:14 15:44 
0.8 8.3 


21:68 
LO 


A 


Th 


21 


4:15 
2.5 


10:14 
0.9 


16:68 
3.3 




ATh 


21 


2:14 
2.6 


8:10 
LO 


14:58 21:88 
3.8 1.1 




Tu 


22 


8:51 
3.0 


10:06 16:47 
0.5 8.3 


28:24 
LI 




F 


22 


0:07 
L2 


5:52 
2.4 


11:20 
1.0 


18:00 
3.4 


N 


F 


22 


8«2 
2,8 


9:10 
L2 


16K)0 28K)4 
8.2 L2 




W 


23 


6K)4 
2.8 


11:05 17:46 
0.6 8.5 




N 


S 


23 


1:20 
LI 


7:10 
2.5 


12:24 
0.9 


18:54 
3.7 




S 


23 


5:10 
2.8 


10:80 
L3 


17:10 . . . 
3.3 .. . 




Th 


24 


0:45 
1.0 


6:20 12:02 
2.7 0.6 


18:40 
8.7 




s 


24 


2:02 
• 0.8 


8:00 
2.6 


18:16 
0.7 


19:38 
8.9 




s 


24 


0:16 
LI 


6:26 
2.4 


11:46 18:08 
LI 8.6 


A 


F 


25 


1:50 
0.9 


7:28 12-.66 
2.7 0.6 


19.-26 
3.9 




M 


25 


2:84 
0.6 


8:38 
2.8 


14:00 
0.5 


20:18 
4.2 




M 


25 


1:06 
0.8 


7:21 
2.7 


12:25 19.-00 
0.9 8.7 




S 


26 


2:36 
0.7 


8:22 18:42 
2.7 0.6 


20:10 
4.1 




Tu 


26 


3:00 
0.3 


9K» 
3.0 


14:40 
0.4 


20:66 
4.4 


Tu26 

! 1 


1:44 
0.4 


7:56 
3.0 


13:34 19:45 
0.6 4.0 


N 


s 


27 


8:08 
0.5 


9K)4 14:24 
2.8 0.6 


20:46 
4.8 




W 


27 


8:80 
0.0 


9:34 
3.2 


15:16 
0.3 


21:34 
4.6 


Iw 

1 


27 


2:19 
0.1 


8:80 
8.8 


14:15 20:26 
0.8 4.2 


M 


28 


3:36 
0.4 


9:34 16:00 
2.8 0.4 


21:24 
4.4 


o 


Th 


28 


4Htt 
-0.2 


10:03 
8.4 


16:60 
0.2 


22:10 
4.6 


Th 


28 


2:50 
—0.1 


9:00 
3.6 


14:55 21K)6 
0.1 4.3 


O Tu 


29 


4:06 
0.2 


lOKX) 16:30 
2,9 0.5 


22.-00 
4.6 
















2 


F 


29 


355 
—0.8 


9:38 
3.9 


15:84 21:47 
-0.1 4.3 




w 


30 


4:35 
0.0 


10:29 16:01 
3.0 0.5 


22:34 
4.5 


















S 


30 


4:00 
-0.3 


10K)8 
4.1 


16:15 22:27 
-0.2 4.2 




Th 


31 


5:08 
-0.1 


10:58 16:34 
3.1 0.5 


23:10 
4.4 


















s 


31 


4:38 
-0.3 


10:46 
4.2 


16:58 23:08 
—0.3 4.1 


The ti<3 
a comparis 
from Mear 
which is 2. 
unless a mi 

The tin 
the forenoi 
15:47 is 3:47 


lea are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whe 
I Low Water Springs, which is approximat 
feet below mean sea level. To find the de 
nus (— ) sign is before the height, in which 
ae used is Valparaiso Mean Local Civil for th 
>n (a. m.), all greater are in the afternoon ( 
p.m. 


th their times on the first line and heights c 
ther it is high or low water. The heights, In 
ely the datum of soundings on the Admira 
>pth of water, add the tabular height to the 
case subtract it. 

e meridian 71° 39^ W. : 0«» is midnight, 12h is nc 
[). m.) and when diminished by 12 give the 


)n the second line of each day: 

feet and tenths, are reckoned 

Ity Charts for this region, and 

soundings given on tne chart, 

>on; all hours less than 12 are in 
times after noon; for instance, 


equator; A 


T moon; ] 
, P, moon 


). 1st quar.; Q, full moon; ^, 8d 
in apogee or perigee. 


[juar.; E, 


moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


farthest north or 


south of the 



140 



CAPE HORN (Omnge Bay), CHILE, 1907. 



OCTOBER. 


NOVEMBER. 




DECEMBER. 


""■ 


c j Day of— 
g W.'Mo. 


Time and Hei^rht of High and 
Low Water. 


s 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
LowAVater. 


S 


Dayol— 


Time and Heigh 
LowW 


tof Higr. .'i: 


W. Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 


ater. 1 




1 
Tu| 1 


4:40 
2.0 


10:50 
4.2 


17:56 
0.5 






F 1 1 

1 


0:15 
3.3 


6:50 

1.8 


11:55 
4.0 


18:28 
0.5 




IS 


1 


0H)6 
3.9 


1.8 


12:10 I*.'' 
S.8 '•• 




W 


2 


0:20 
3.1 


5:38 
2.0 


11:45 
4.2 


18:46 
0.4 




s ; 2 


1:00 
3.6 


6:48 
L5 


12:52 
4.0 


19:12 
0.5 




M 


2 


0:50 
1.2 


7.-04 
0.8 


18:10 ISl 

3.9 •: 




Th 


3 


1:10 
3.1 


6:36 
L8 


12:40 
4.2 


19:28 
0.3 


R 


S 3 


1:40 
3.9 


7:40 
1.1 


13:46 
4.1 


19:67 
0,6 




Tu 


3 


1:85 
4.6 


7:58 
0.4 


4.0 K 




F 


4 


1:60 
8.4 


7:25 
L6 


13:80 
4.3 


20:08 
0.2 


M 4 


2:20 
4.8 


8:29 
0.6 


14:38 
4.2 


20:41 
0.6 




W 


4 


2:20 
6.0 


8:62 
-0.1 


15« 3^. 
4.0 >■ 




S 


5 


2:26 
3.7 


8:12 
1.8 


14:20 
4.5 


20:45 
0.1 


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1 


2:58 
4.6 


9:16 
0.2 


16:26 
4.4 


21:29 
0.4 


• 


Th 


5 


8:06 
5.4 


9:46 
—0.6 


16:00 21:^1 
4.0 L> 




s 


6 


SK)2 
4.0 


8:57 
1.0 


15:05 
4.6 


21:23 
0,1 




Wj 6 


3:40 
4.9 


10:02 
-0.2 


16:17 
4.4 


22:10 
0.6 


P 


F 


6 


3:62 
6.7 


10:40 
—0.9 


16:52 --: 
4.0 ?• 


E M 

• 


7 


8:40 
4.8 


9:40 
0.6 


16:60 
4.6 


22:00 
0.1 




Thi 7 


4:20 
5.8 


10:52 
-0.6 


17:08 
4.3 


22:60 
0.6 


8 


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7 


4:40 
6.9 


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17:43 -JlM, 
3.9 ■ ' 


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4:15 
4.5 


10:20 
0.3 


16:32 
4.6 


22:40 
0,2 




F 8 


5:05 
6.6 


11:40 
—0.8 


18:00 
4.1 


28:35 
0.8 




s 


8 


5:30 
6.0 


12:22 
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18:3» . 
3.9 . 




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9 


4:50 
4.7 


11:08 
0.0 


17:20 
4.6 


23:20 
0.4 


P 

s 


S 


9 


5:50 
5.6 


12:34 
-0.9 


18:62 
4.0 






M 


9 


0K)6 
0.9 


6:20 
6.0 


13:15 y-:. 
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Th 


10 


5:30 
4.9 


11:50 
-0.2 


18:09 
4.4 


28:68 
0.6 




s 


10 


0:20 
0.9 


6:37 
6.6 


13:26 
-0.9 


19:47 
8.7 




Tu 


10 


0.9 


7:16 
5.8 


14:10 ar>| 
-1.0 1^ 1 




F 


11 


6:10 
6.0 


12:42 
-0.8 


19:00 
4.1 


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M 


11 


1:12 
1.2 


7:80 
6,5 


14:35 
—0.8 


20:46 
8.6 


1> 


W 


11 


2:00 
LO 


8:14 
5.5 


15:W .1: 
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S 


12 


0:40 
0.8 


6:55 
5.1 


18:87 
-0.4 


19:68 
8.8 


:d 


Tu 


12 


2:08 
L8 


8:26 
6.8 


15:22 
-0.6 


21:46 
8.6 




Th 


12 


8:06 
LI 


9:14 
5,1 


16:5S .1!- 
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s 


s 


13 


1:26 
1.1 


7:46 
5.1 


14:36 
—0.4 


20:68 
8.5 




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13 


3:12 
L4 


9:26 
6.1 


16:24 
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22:48 
3.7 


E 


F 


13 


4:11 
LO 


10:18 
4.7 


16:50 2> 

-0.1 V. 


1 


M 14 


2:20 
1.8 


8:42 
5.1 


16:38 
—0.3 


22:02 
8.4 




Th 


14 


4:24 
1.8 


10:32 
4.9 


17:21 
—0.2 


28:46 
3.9 




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14 


5:24 
0.9 


11:28 
4.4 


17:44 . 1 
0.3 . 




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8:24 
1.4 


9:44 
5.0 


16:44 
-0.3 


23K)8 
8.4 




F 


15 


6:86 
LI 


11:42 
4.6 


18:19 
-0.1 


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8 


15 


0:10 
4.5 


6:30 
0.6 


1255 hC 
4-1 ' 




W 16 


4:84 
1.4 


10:50 
4.9 


17:49 
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S 


16 


0:42 
4.2 


6:45 
0.9 


12:50 
4.5 


19:10 
0.2 




M 


16 


1:00 
4.6 


7:34 
0.4 


13:» b5 
4.0 1 ■ 




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0:10 
3.6 


5.46 
L8 


11:58 
4.9 


18.48 
-0.2 




§ 


17 


1:33 
4.5 


7:46 
0.5 


13:58 
4.4 


20:04 
0.3 




Tu 


17 


1:48 
4.8 


8:80 
0.1 


14.31 J-i . 

S.8 t:! 




F 


18 


1:07 
3.9 


6:55 
1.0 


18:04 
4.9 


19:40 
-0.2 




M 


18 


2:20 
4.6 


8:41 
0.1 


14:50 
4.4 


20:52 
0.4 




W 


18 


2:24 
5,0 


9:24 
-0.1 


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3.t :. 


1 


S 


19 


1:58 
4.2 


7:56 
0.6 


14:05 
4.9 


20:30 
-0.2 


o 


Tu 19 


3:03 
4.9 


9:34 
-0.1 


16:41 
4.2 


21:35 
0.6 


O 


Th 


19 


8:17 
6.1 


10:11 
—0.2 


If,!l6 211^ 
3.5 :. 


£ 


s 


20 


2:45 
4.5 


8:52 
0.8 


16:04 
4.9 


21:17 
-0.1 




W 20 


3:44 
5.1 


10:24 
-0.3 


16:S0 
4.0 


22^16 
0.8 


N 


F 


20 


3:58 
5.2 


10:56 
—0.3 


17A! :^:. 


o:M|2i 


8:^ 
4.8 


9:42 
0.0 


15:54 

4.8 


22.-04 
0.0 


Th!21 


4:24 
5.2 


11:10 
—0,4 


17:18 
8.8 


22:54 
LO 




S 


21 


4:35 
6.2 


11:87 
—0.4 


17:45 £'« ' 
3.3 1' 




Till 22 
1 


4:14 
4.9 


10:80 
-0.2 


16:43 
4.7 


22:46 
0.8 




F i22 


5.2 


11:54 
—0.4 


18:03 
3.5 


23:30 
1.8 


A 


S 


22 


6:14 
5.1 


12:14 
—0.3 


1S52 m 

3.-2 r-; 


1 


W|23 


4:54 
5.1 


11:18 
—0.4 


17:30 
4.4 


23:28 
. 0.6 


N 


S 


23 


5:42 
5.1 


12:37 
—0.3 


18:48 
3.3 






M 


23 


5:60 
4.9 


12:50 
—0.2 


19*5 




Th 


24 


5:31 
5.1 


12:05 
-0.4 


18:17 
4.1 


. . . 




s 


24 


0:06 
L5 


6:20 
5.0 


13:17 
-0.2 


19:30 
3.2 




Tu 


24 


0:16 
L6 


6:28 
4.8 


13:2i 1J1< 




F 


25 


0:02 
0.9 


6:10 
5.0 


12:55 
—0.2 


19K)4 
8.7 


A 


M 25 


0:44 
1.7 


6:58 
4.8 


13:58 
0.0 


20:18 
3.1 




W 


25 


0:55 
L7 


7:10 
4.6 


14«« '^-^ 
0.1 ^-, 




S 


26 


0:40 
1.3 


6:58 
4.9 


13:42 
-0.1 


19:54 
3.4 




Tu 26 


1:22 
L9 


7:40 
4.6 


14:37 
0.1 


21 .-02 
3.0 




Th 


26 


1:88 
1.7 


7:50 
4.4 


14:34 r^-y 
0.2 i-i 


'n 


s 


27 


1:18 
1.5 


7:32 
4.7 


14:29 
0.1 


20:46 
8.2 


a 


W 27 


2:10 
L9 


8:23 
4.4 


15:18 
0.2 


21:48 
3.1 


c 


F 


27 


2:80 
L7 


8:38 
4.2 


15:12 ^U- 

0.4 r 


A 


M 


28 


2:00 
1.7 


8:16 
4.5 


15:18 
0.3 


21:40 
8.0 




Th 28 


8:00 
L9 


9:14 
4.2 


15:38 
0.4 


22:35 
3.3 


K S 


28 


3:26 
L6 


9:32 
4.0 


15:54 --•• 
0.5 l^ 


c 


Tu 


29 


2:47 
1.9 


9:04 
4.3 


16:08 
0.4 


22:34 
8.0 




F 29 


4:00 
1.8 


10:10 
4.0 


16:41 
0.5 


23:20 
8.6 


1 


29 


4:26 
L3 


10:30 

8.8 


16:39 s:^ 
0.6 1- 




WiSO 


3:44 

2.0 


9:58 
4.1 


16:55 
0.5 


28:28 
8.1 


E , s 30 


5:03 
1.6 


11:09 
8.9 


17:30 
0.6 


. . . 


Im'30 


5:29 
LO 


11:35 
3.7 


1733 . . 

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Th 31 


4:46 
2.0 


10:55 
4.0 


17:42 
0.5 


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0H)6 
4.5 


6:30 
0.6 


12:40 N'l 
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In 
15 

1 eq 

1 — 


Th 
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the 
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r; A 


es are placed in the order of occurrence, wil 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whe 
I Low Water Springs, which is approximate 
4 feet below mean sea level. To find the d 
Inus (— } sign Is before the height, in which 
le used is Cape Horn Mean Local Civil for tl 
loon (a. m.), all greater are in the afternoon 

p. m. 

moon; }), 1st quar.; Q, full moon: (C. 3d ( 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


.h their times on the first line and heights o 
ther it is high or low water. The heights, ii 
Iv the datum of soundings on the Admira 
eV»th of water, add the tabular height to the 

ca*»e Hubtraot it. 
ae meridian 67° 17' W.: 0»» is midnight. 12«« is 

(p. m. ) and when diminished by 12 give the 

juar.; E. moon on the equator: N, S, moon 


n the second line of each d}^ 
I feet and tenths, are ret k-s-; 
Jty Charts for this rerion »:- 
soundings given on theeh*^ 

noon: all houn leas than Kas 
times after noon; for insttntr. 

farthest nort i or south of its 



VALPARAISO, CHILE, 1907. 



141 



JANUARY. 


FEBRUARY. 


MARCH. 


i 


Dayof— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


S 


Dayof— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


S 


Dayof— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


wJmo. 


W. 


Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 




Tu 


1 


5:00 
0.2 


10:45 
2.9 


16K)9 
0.7 


22:66 
4.3 




F 


1 


6:40 
—0.2 


11:30 
3.2 


17:08 
0.5 


23:46 
4.2 


F 


1 


4:35 
—0.3 


10:35 
3.6 


16:26 
0.1 


22:47 
4.4 




W 


2 


5:34 
0.1 


11:14 
2.8 


16:84 
0.8 


23:30 
4.2 




s 


2 


6:15 
-0.1 


12:08 
3.3. 


17:60 
0.5 




£ S 


2 


5:06 
-0.3 


11:08 
3.7 


17:05 
0.1 


23:25 
4.2 




Th 


3 


6:10 
0.0 


11:50 
2.8 


17.-06 
0.9 


. . . 


£ 


» 


3 


0:26 
4.0 


6:54 
0.0 


12:50 
8.4 


18:42 
0.6 


IS 


3 


5:40 
-0.2 


11:45 
8.8 


17:50 
0.1 


. . . 




F 


4 


0:08 
.4.1 


6:50 
0.1 


12:82 
2.9 


17:47 
0.9 




M 


4 


1:08 
3.7 


7:32 
0.1 


13:42 
3.7 


19:45 
0,7 


M 


4 


0:05 
3.9 


6:19 
0.0 


12:80 
3.8 


18:36 
0.2 




S 


5 


0:50 
8.9 


7:30 
0.1 


13:20 
8.0 


18:43 
LO 


k, 


Tu 


5 


1:58 
8.4 


8:20 
0.4 


14:45 
3.5 


20:52 
0.7 


Tu 


5 


0:47 
3.7 


6:58 
0.2 


13:18 
3.8 


19:36 
0.3 




s 


6 


1:86 
8.6 


8:15 
0.2 


14:16 
3.1 


19:64 
LO 




W 


6 


3:00 
3.1 


9:20 
0.6 


15:55 
8.6 


22:20 
0.8 


W 


6 


1:36 
3.3 


7:44 
0.5 


14:18 
3.7 


20:46 
0.5 


1 M 


7 


2:26 
3.4 


9:04 
0.3 


15:20 
3.2 


21:18 
LO 




Th 


7 


4:16 
2.8 


10:25 
0.6 


17:05 
3.8 


23:46 
0.6 


C Th 


7 


2:40 
2.9 


8:42 
0.7 


16:27 
3.7 


22:10 
0.6 


Tu 


8 


8:80 
3.2 


9:56 
0.4 


16:30 
3.4 


22:40 
0.8 




F 


8 


6:42 
2.8 


11:35 
0.5 


18:12 
4.2 




8 F 


8 


4:08 
2.7 


9:58 
0.8 


16:44 
3.8 


23:35 
0.6 


1 W 


9 


4:40 
3.1 


11:00 
0.4 


17.-86 
3.8 


• • • 


S 


S 


9 


1:00 
0.4 


7:00 
2.9 


12:40 
0.2 


19:10 
4.6 


p S 


9 


5:42 
2.7 


11:20 
0.7 


17:50 
4.1 




Th 


10 


0:00 
0.6 


5:55 
3.1 


12.-00 
0.3 


18:84 
4.2 


P 


S 10 

1 


2:00 
0.1 


8:04 
3.1 


13:40 
0.0 


20:05 
6.0 


s 


10 


0:50 
0.4 


7:00 
2.9 


12:30 
0.4 


18:54 
4.4 


F 


11 


1:06 
0.8 


7:06 
3.1 


12:56 
0.1 


19:28 
4.6 




M 


11 


2:61 
--0.2 


8:55 
3.4 


14:82 
—0.3 


20:56 
5.2 


M 


11 


1:45 
0.1 


7:56 
3.2 


13:30 
0.0^ 


19:48 
4.7 


P S 


12 


2:10 
0.0 


8:06 
3.3 


18:50 
—0.1 


20:20 
5.0 


• 


Tu 


12 


3:87 
--0.5 


9:42 
3.6 


15:20 
-0.4 


21:41 
5.3 


Tu 


12 


2:34 
-0.2 


8:41 
3.6 


14:22 
-0.3 


20:40 
4.9 


s 


s 


13 


3:00 
—0.3 


9:00 
3.4 


14:42 
—0.2. 


21:10 
5.8 




W 


13 


4:20 
-0.6 


10:20 
3.7 


16:06 
-0.4 


22:25 
5,3 


• ^W 13 


8:15 
-0.5 


9:22 
8.8 


15:10 
—0.4 


21:25 
^0 


• 


M 


14 


3:50 
-0.5 


9:50 
8.5 


15:30 
-0.3. 


21:68 
6.5 




Th 


14 


5K)0 
-0.7 


11:04 
3.8 


16:50 
—0.4 


28:10 
5.0 


• 


Th|l4 

i 


3:64 
—0.6 


lOHW 
4.0 


15:66 
-0.6 


22K)6 

4.8 




Tu 


15 


4:87 
-0.7 


10:37 
3.5 


16:17 
-0.3 


22:43 
6.4 




F 


15 


5-.86 
-0.6 


11:44 
3.8 


17:86 
-0.2 


23:52 
4.6 


£ 


F 


15 


4:28 
—0.6 


10:88 
4.1 


16:38 
-0.4 


22:60 
4.6 




W 


16 


5:22 

-0.7 


11:23 
3.6 


17:04 
-0.2 


28:80 
6.2 


£ 


S 


16 


6:16 
—0.4 


1225 
8.8 


18:20 
0.1 






S 


16 


5:04 
-0.5 


11:16 
4.1 


17:18 
-0.2 


23:30 
4.2 




Th 


17 


6Ke 

—0.6 


12:10 
3.5 


17:64 
0.0 


. . . 




8 


17 


0:36 
4.2 


6:54 
-0.2 


13:08 
3.6 


19:10 
0.4 


1 


s 


17 


6:42 
-0.3 


11:06 
4.0 


18:02 
0.0 


. . . 




F 


18 


0:16 
4.9 


6:52 
—0.5 


13K)0 
8.4 


18:42 
0.3 




M 


18 


1.-20 
3.7 


7:35 
0.2 


13:54 
8.5 


20:04 
0.7 


"iM 

1 


18 


0:10 
3.8 


6:16 
0.1 


12:30 
8.9 


18:40 
0.3 


£ 


S 


19 


1:06 
4:4 


7:36 
-0.2 


13:68 
3.4 


19:88 
Q.6 


3> 


Tu 


19 


2i05 
8.2 


8:22 
0.5 


14:60 
3.4 


21:05 
LO 




Tu 


19 


0:46 
3.4 


6:50 
0.4 


13:13 
3.6 


19:29 
0.6 




S 


20 


1:62 
3.9 


8:25 
0.0 


14:46 
3.3 


20:40 
0.8 




W 


20 


8:00 
2.8 


9:12 
0.8 


15:54 
3.3 


22:81 
L2 




W 


20 


1:25 
3.0 


7:28 
0.7 


14.-00 
3.4 


20:27 
0.9 


3> 


M 


21 


2:60 
8.5 


9:14 
0.3 


15:44 
3.3 


21:68 
LO 


A 


Th 


21 


4:15 
2.5 


10:14 
0.9 


16:58 
3.3 


. . . 


A 

3) 


Th 


21 


2:14 
2.6 


8:10 
LO 


14:58 
3.3 


21:88 
LI 




Tu 


22 


3:51 
3.0 


10:06 
0.5 


16:47 
8.8 


28:24 
LI 




F 


22 


0:07 
L2 


6:52 
2.4 


11:20 
LO 


18:00 
8.4 


N 


F 


22 


8:22 
2,3 


9:10 
L2 


16:00 
8.2 


23:04 
L2 




W 


23 


5:04 
2.8 


11:05 
0.6 


17:46 
8.5 




N 


S 


23 


1:20 
LI 


7:10 
2.5 


12:24 
0.9 


18:5i 
3.7 




S 


23 


6:10 
2.8 


10:30 
L3 


17:10 
3.3 


. . . 




Th 


24 


0:45 
1.0 


6:20 
2.7 


12:02 
0.6 


18:40 
3.7 




s 


24 


2:02 
• 0.8 


8K)0 
2.6 


13:16 
0.7 


19:88 
8.9 




8 


24 


0:16 
LI 


6:26 
2.4 


11:45 
LI 


18:08 
8.6 


A 


F 


25 


1:50 
0.9 


7:28 
2.7 


12:66 
0.6 


19^6 
3.9 




M 


25 


2:34 
0.5 


8:38 
2.8 


14:00 
0.5 


20:18 
4.2 




M 


25 


1K)6 
0.8 


7:21 
2.7 


12:25 
0.9 


19:00 
8.7 




S 


26 


2:36 
0.7 


8:22 
2.7 


18:42 
0.5 


20:10 
4.1 




Tu 


26 


8KX) 
0.8 


9:08 
3.0 


14:40 
0.4 


20:66 
4.4 




Tu 


26 


1:44 
0.4 


7:56 
3.0 


13:34 
0.6 


19:45 
4.0 


!n 


s 


27 


3K)8 
0.5 


9K)4 
2.8 


14.-24 
0.5 


20:46 
4.3 




W 


27 


8:80 
0.0 


9:34 
3.2 


15:16 
0.3 


21:34 
4.5 


w;27 


2:19 
0.1 


8:30 
8.3 


14:15 
0.3 


20:26 
4.2 


|M 


28 


3:38 
0.4 


9:34 
2.8 


15:00 
0.4 


21:24 
4.4 


O 


Th 


28 


4Kr2 
—0.2 


10:08 
8.4 


15:50 
0.2 


22:10 
4.6 


Th 28 


2:60 
—0.1 


9:00 
3.6 


14:65 
0.1 


21K)6 
4.8 


0|Tu 


29 


4:06 
0.2 


10:00 
2.9 


16:30 
0.6 


22:00 
4.5 
















g> 


29 


8rf25 
-0.8 


9:33 
3.9 


15:34 
-0.1 


21:47 
4.3 


iW 


30 


4:35 
0.0 


10:29 
3.0 


16K)1 
0.5 


22:84 
4.5 


















S 


30 


4:00 
-0.8 


10:08 
4.1 


16:15 
-0.2 


22:27 
4.2 


JTh 

! 


31 


5:08 
-0.1 


10:58 
3.1 


16:34 
0.5 


23:10 
4.4 


















s 


31 


4:88 
-0.8 


10:46 
4.2 


16:58 
-0.3 


23:08 
4.1 


The tid 
a comparis 
from Mear 
which Is 2. 
unless a m: 

The tin 
the forenoc 
15:47 is 3:47 


es are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whel 
I Low Water Springs, which is approximat 
feet below mean sea level. To find the de 
nus (— ) sign is before the height, in which 
le used is Valparaiso Mean LocaI Civil for th 
)n (a. m.), all greater are in the afternoon ( 
p.m. 


th their times on the first line and heights c 
.her it is high or low water. The heights, in 
ely the datum of soundings on the Adraim 
pth of water, add the tabular height to the 
case subtract it. 

e meridian 71° 39' W.; O*- is midnight. 12h is nc 
p. m.) and when diminished by 12 give the 1 


>n the second line of each day; 
feet and tenths, are reckoned 
Ity Charts for this region, and 
soundings given on the chart, 

on; all hours less than 12 are in 
times after noon; for instance, 


#, neu 
equator; A 


rmoon; J 
, P, moon 


, Ist quar.; Q, full moon; (t, 3d < 
in apogee or perigee. 


luar.; E, moon on the equator; N, 8, moon 


farthest north or 


south of the 



142 



VALPARAISO, CHILE, 1907. 



AFHIL. 



J>ayof— I 



^ WjMo, 



— |— 
M| 1 



Tu 
W 



Th' 4 

§1 7 
m' S 

Till 9 

Thill 
F 12 



Time juid Hei^tit of High find 
JUiw Water. 



Tuiie 

Vvll7 



A'Th 

y\ 8 



I 1» 21 

|mI22 



Th|25 
I I 
E F 26 

S 27 

O S I 28 I 
Im 29| 

P Tu'301 

i . 



bin 
—0.1 

0.1 
Child 

1^30 
B.1 

4:13 

bA2 
a. 8 

0:JJ 
0,3 
1:18 
0.0 

—0.3 

2:45 
—0.4 

3:20 
-^.5 

4:00 
-0.4 

4:82 
—0.2 

6m 

0.1 

5:85 
0.3 

0:15 
8.0 

0:60 
2.7 

2.5 

2:45 
2.3 

4:20 
2.3 

5:40 
2.5 

0:03 
0.4 

0:48 
0.3 

1:29 
0.1 

2:10 
--0.1 

2:60 
—0.2 

3:25 
—0.2 

4:00 
—0.2 

4:40 
0.0 



11:25 

12:09 
4^-2 

0.4 
7:1*% 
0.7 

1^:30 
U.9 

0;44 
0.9 

llt07 
0,7 

3.1 
7:87 
3.5 

3. ft 

8:58 
4.1 

9:84 
4.3 

10:11 
4.3 

10:45 
4.3 

U:20 
4.2 

11:66 
4.0 

6:00 
0.7 

6:29 
1.0 

0:58 
1.3 

7:46 
1.4 

9:13 
1.5 

10:54 
1.3 

6:30 
2.8 

7:10 
3.2 

7:44 
3.6 

8:22 
4.0 

9:02 
4.2 

9:40 
4.5 

10:20 
4.6 

11. -05 
4.7 



17:42 
—0.3 

1S:S5 
—0.1 
13:™ 

4.1 
14:00 

4.0 
15:09 

S.9 

16:5^ 

17:30 
4.1 

12:110 

0.4 

13:20 

11:12 
—O.J 

15K)0 
-0.3 

15:42 
—0.4 

16:24 
—0.3 

17K» 
—0.1 

17:40 
0.1 

18:20 
0.3 

12:86 
3.8 

13:20 
3.5 

14:10 
3.4 

15K)6 
3.2 

16:12 
3.2 

17:15 
3.3 

12:06 
1.0 

13 .-00 
0.7 

13:46 
0.3 

14:32 
0.0 

15:16 
—0.3 

16:00 
-0.5 

16:48 
—0.5 

17:35 
—0.5 



3.8 



19:32 

Ovl 

30:40 

0.3 

'22:00 
0.4 

33:17 
0.4 



18:35 
4,3 

19:30 
4.4 

a):20 

t.f. 

21K)6 
4.4 

21:50 
4.3 

22:30 
4.1 

23K)5 
3.7 

23:40 
3.4 



19:06 
0.6 

19:58 
0.8 

21:00 
0.9 

22K)5 
0.9 

23:10 
0.8 



18:13 
3.5 

19:08 
3.7 

19:56 
3.9 

20:40 
4.0 

21:24 
4.1 

22.-05 
4.0 

22:50 
3.8 

23:35 
3.5 



MAY, 



i ID»yof- 



S ' W. Mo. 



Time uid Hefffhi ol High Aod 
Low water. 



W 
Th 
F 

8 

Im 

Tu 



K Th 9 

■ F 1 10 ^ 



, s 


11 


• s 


12 


M 


13 


!Tu 


14 


'w 


15 



ATh 

!f 

! 8 



Tu 
W 

E Th 

F 

S 

s|26 

O M 27 

P Tu 28 

S \V 29 

Th 30 

I F 81 

I ; 



0.2 

0:26 

l!2« 

3.0 

U:42 
2.8 

4im 
2.8 
6:23 

3.0 

8:30 
3.3 

0:42 
^-0.1 

1:30 
-0.2 

2:12 
-(y 'J 

2:51 
—0.2 

3:25 
-0.1 

4K)0 
0.0 

4:30 
0.3 

4:56 
0.6 

6:18 
0.9 

0:26 
2.6 

1:12 
2.6 

2:12 
2.4 

8:26 
2.4 

4:32 
2.6 

5:26 
3.0 

6:16 
3.4 

0:40 
0.1 

1:30 
0.0 

2:13 
-0.1 

2:65 
—0.2 

3:35 
—0.1 

4:18 
0.0 

6K)5 
0.2 

0:20 
3.2 



11:A« 

4.6 

6:04 
0.5 

*:67 
0.7 

0.9 
0:32 
0.9 

10:51 
0.7 

12:05 

7:0h 
3.7 

7:46 
3.9 

i.'2 

9:0b 
4.3 

9:40 
4.4 

10:18 
4.4 

10:65 
4.3 

11:30 
4.1 

12:08 
3.9 

6:38 
1.1 

6:04 
1.3 

6:61 
1.4 

8:12 
1.5 

9:52 
1.3 

11:17 
1.1 

12:22 
0.7 

7:02 
3.8 

7:48 
4.2 

8:32 
4.6 

9:20 
4.8 

10:05 
5.0 

10:50 
5.1 

11:42 
6.0 

5:51 
0.4 



1S:30 
—0.3 
12:48 

4.5 
13:48 

4.3 

14;60 
4.1 

15;.^ 
4.0 

17:05 
1.0 

18:10 
4,0 

13:tfi 
0.2 

0.0 

14:4.^ 
^-0 1 

16:28 
—0.1 

16:10 
0.0 

16:49 
0.1 

17:26 
0.2 

18.-06 
0.3 

18:48 
0.5 

12:48 
3.7 

13:30 
3.5 

14:22 
3.4 

15:20 
3.3 

16:24 
3.3 

17:28 
3.4 

18:30 
3.5 

13:18 
0.3 

14:08 
0.0 

14:.56 
—0.3 

15:46 
—0.5 

16:38 
—0.6 

17:80 
-0.6 

18:22 
-0.5 

12:35 
4.8 



19:30 
— 0. i 

20:34 

ai 

21:42 
0,2 

22:50 
0,2 

23:50 
0.1 



19:Wi 
4,0 

30:04 
4.0 

20: &0 
3 /J 

21 -.80 
. 8.7 

22:10 
3.5 

22:45 
3.2 

28:19 
8.0 

23:60 
2.7 



19:34 
0.6 

20:22 
0.6 

21:20 
0.6 

22:13 
0.5 

23:06 
0.4 

23:54 
0.3 



10:20 
3.6 

20:10 
3.7 

21-00 
3.7 

21:48 
3.6 

22:35 
3.6 

23:26 
.3.3 



19:18 
—0.4 



JUNE. 






Tltne mud Hefght of Hiirh A&i 
Lfj* Wat«r 



it 2 
M,3 

Tu 4 

Wl 6 

Th^ e 

F I 7 

8' B' 
S 9 
M 10 

Tu' 11 1 
A|W,12' 

ThllS 
F 14 
8 15 

» 16 

i 

M.17 
Tu 18 
w'l9 
Thl20 

F '21 
8 I22 

s I23 

Ml 24 

Tu|25 

W 26 

i 

Thl27 
F 28 
8 29 

s jso 



1:24 
3.0 

2:32 
3.0 

3:4» 
3.0 

4:4« 

3.2 

6:40 
3.4 

0:03 
0.1 

0:60 

0.0 

1:3S 
OiO 

2;18 
0.0 

3:00 
0.1 

3:30 
0.3 

4:00 
0.6 

4:26 
0.7 

4:48 
0.9 

0.-06 
2.6 

0:48 
2.6 

1:40 
•2.6 

2:84 
2.7 

3:34 
2.9 

4:35 
3.2 

6:34 
3.6 

0:00 
0.2 

0-.50 
0.1 

1:42 
0.0 

2:30 
—0.1 

3:15 
—0.1 

4:05 
—0.1 

4:52 
0.0 

0:10 
3.3 

1K» 
3.3 



&:50 
ft. ft 

0.7 

9:13 

as 

10:32 
0.7 

ll:4fi 

0.6 

f;3U 

7:1§ 
4.0 

8110 
4.2 

*i:40 
4.4 

4.4 

9-.56 
4.4 

10:32 
4.3 

IIKH 
4.2 

11:44 
4.1 

6:10 
1.1 

6:42 
1.2 

6:36 
1.2 

7:46 
1.2 

9:10 
1.2 

10:35 
1.0 

11:46 
0.7 

6:30 
3.9 

7:22 
4.4 

8:10 
4.8 

9:00 
5.1 

9:50 
5.3 

10:35 
5.3 

11:26 
5.2 

6:45 
0.2 

6:40 
0.3 



13:30 
4.5 

14:28 
4.3 

15:30 

4.0 

16^ 
3.8 

17:43 
3.6 

12:50 
0.4 

13:46 
0.3 

14:36 
0.3 

15:20 
0.2 

16:02 
0.2 

16:39 
0.3 

17:14 
0.3 

17:50 ■ 
0.3 

18:28 
0.3 

12:20 
3.9 

13:00 
3.7 

18:45 
3,5 

14:36 
3.4 

15:35 
3.2 

16:40 

8.2 

17:45 
3.2 

12:50 
0.4 

13.^ 
0.0 

14:45 
—0.3 

15-JJ5 
—0.5 



12.16 
5.0 

13K» 
4.7 



21 !^ 

— '.'.1 

22:r 

23:1* 



1- 



21V. 



23:*' 



IS'^i 

I- ,5 

21 -JL 

0.4 

22:11 
U.4 

23.-<L 
5 



!?•■ 



19: ► 

S-i 

2ir4 

3.4 



16:28 
—0.6 


227.i^ 

3.4 


17:17 
—0.7 


2S:^ 
.1 4 


18:06 
—0.6 





l'^:V. 

-0.'^ 

19.-1^ 
—0.4 



The tides are placet! in the order of occurrence, with their times on the first line ana heights on the second line of each d^y 
a comparison of consecutive height* will indicate whether it Im high or low water. The heighl.s. in feet and tenths, are n-ckonv'i 
from Mean Low Water Springs, which is approximately the datura of soundings on the Admiralty Charts for this region, an.i 
which is 2.0 feel below mean sea level. To find the depth of water, add the tabular height to the soundings given on the ch^T- 
unlessa minus (— ) sign is before the height, in which case subtract it. 

The time used is Valparaiso Mean ixKjal Civil for the meridian 71° 39' W.; 0«> is midnight, 12'' is noon: all hours le»«s ih^r 
12 are in the forenoon (a.m.), all greater are in the afternoon (p.m.) and when diminisheti by 12 give the times after noon: :>•: 
instance. 15:47 is 8:47 p. m. 

#, new moon; ]). ^^^ quar.; O. ^"1^ moon; (C, 3d quar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon farthest north or south of thr 
equator; A. P, moon in apogee or perigee. 



VALPARAISO, CHILE, 1907. 



148 



JULY. 



c iDayof— : 



2 j W. Mo. 
|,Tu 2 



Time and Height of High and 
Low water. 





Th 


4 




F 


5 




S 


6 




Is 


7 




M 


8 


A 


Tu 


9 


N 

• 


W 


10 




Th 11 




F 


12 




1' 


13 




IS 


14 




M 

1 


15 




Tu 16 


B 


W 


17 


DjTh 18 




F 

1 


19 




' 


20 




S 


21 




M 


22 


s 


Tu 23 


p 

O 


W 

1 


24 




Th 25 




|F 


26 



S 27 
I s'28 

EM 29 
'tu 30 

C,W 31 



2.-02 
8.3 

8:04 
3.3 

4.-08 
8.4 

5:00 
8.5 

5:68 
8.7 

0:14 
0.8 

1:04 
0.8 

1:50 
0.8 

2:82 
0.8 

8:10 
0.4 

8:40 
0.6 

4.-08 
0.7 

4:84 
0.8 

bm 

0.9 

0:20 
2.9 

1:01 
8.0 

1:60 
8.1 

2:47 
8.2 

8:62 
8.4 

4:56 
8.6 

6KX) 
4.0 

0:28 
0.3 

1:20 
0.1 

2:14 
-0.1 

8:05 
—0.2 

8:55 
-0.8 

4:44 
—0.2 

5:82 
-0.1 

0-.35 
8.6 

1:26 
3.6 

2:17 
3.5 



7:42 
0.5 

8:60 
0.7 

10:04 
0.8 

11:20 
0.8 

12:82 
0.7 

6:50 
8.9 

7-.85 
4.1 

8:16 
4.8 

8:57 
4.4 

9-.35 
4.4 

10:10 
4.4 

10:45 
4.3 

11:19 
4.2 

11:64 
4.0 

5:89 
0.9 

6:26 
0.9 

7«) 
LO 

8:42 
0.9 

9:58 
0.9 

11:20 
0.7 

12:84 
0.5 

7.-00 
4.4 

7:54 
4.8 

8:44 
5.2 

9-.84 
5.4 

10:20 
5.4 

11:08 
5.3 

11:56 
5.0 

6:24 
0.1 

7:18 
0.3 

8:20 
0.5 



4.3 

15:00 
3.9 

16:05 
8.6 

17:12 
8.3 

18.-20 
8.1 

18:86 
0.6 

14:80 
0.6 

16:15 
0.5 

15-.52 
0.4 

16:25 
0.8 

16:56 
0.8 

17:25 
0.2 

17:58 
0.1 

18:82 
0.1 

12:30 
8.9 

18:12 
3.6 

14.-00 
3.4 

14:62 
8.2 

16:68 
8.0 

17:15 
8.0 

18:28 
8.0 

13:38 
0.1 

14:35 
—0.2 

15:26 

-0.4 

16:14 
—0.6 

16:58 
-0.7 

17:43 
-0.7 

18:28 
-0.6 

12:43 
4.6 

13:34 
4.1 

14:80 
3.6 



20:40 
—0.2 

21:84 
0.0 

22:28 
0.2 

28:20 
0.8 



19:22 
8.0 

20:20 
2.9 

21:07 
2.9 

21:46 
2.8 

22:18 
2.8 

22:46 
2.7 

28:14 
2.8 

28:48 
2.8 



19:09 
0.1 

19:60 
0.2 

20:82 
0.8 

2122 
0.4 

22:20 
0.5 

28:24 
0.4 



19:85 
8.1 

20:82 
3.2 

21.-25 
3.4 

22:14 
3.6 

28K)0 
8.6 

23:46 
8.6 



19:12 
—0.4 

20:00 
—0.1 

20:48 
0.2 



AUGUST. 



Day of— I 



W. Mo. 



Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 



Th 

F 

S 

8 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

F 

8 

8 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

F 

S 

8 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

F 

S 

8 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

F 

S 



s 

10 
11 
12 
IS 
14 
lb 
Iti 
17 
IS 
19 
211 
21 
22 
23 
24 
2-^ 
2ti 
27 
2b 



8:15 
8.6 

4:18 
8.5 

5r20 
8.6 

6:16 
8.7 

0:86 
0.6 

1:26 
0.6 

2:10 
0.6 

2:60 
0.5 

8:22 
0.6 

8:54 
0.5 

4:24 
0.5 

4:65 
0.5 

5.-85 
0.5 

0:28 
8.4 

1:15 
8.5 

2:11 
8.5 

8:16 
8.5 

4'.d0 
8.7 

5:86 
4.0 

0:06 
0.5 

1:10 
0.2 

2:05 
-0.1 

2:55 
—0.4 

8:44 

-0.5 

4:80 
—0.6 

5:16 
—0.3 

0:02 
4.0 

0:46 
3.9 

1:35 
3.7 

2:30 
3.6 

3:30 
8.4 



9:80 
0.8 

10:50 
1.0 

12:16 
1.0 

13:28 
0.9 

7:06 
8.9 

7:62 
4.1 

8:82 
4.2 

9:10 
4.8 

9:46 
4.4 

10:20 
4.4 

10:52 
4.3 

11.-28 
4.1 

12K)5 
8.9 

6:21 
0.6 

7:17 
0.6 

8:20 
0.7 

9:40 
0.7 

11.-06 
0.7 

12:24 
0.5 

6:40 
4.4 

7:36 

4.8 

8:28 
5.1 

9:16 
5.3 

lOKM 
6.2 

22:48 
6.1 

11:81 
4.7 

6:02 
—0.1 

6:56 
0.2 

7:46 
0.5 

8:60 
0.8 

10:12 
LI 



15:28 
8.2 

16:88 
2.9 

17:55 
2.7 

19:10 
2.7 

14:20 
0.7 

14:68 
0.8 

16:26 
0.4 

16:66 
0.8 

16:24 
0.1 

16:52 
0.0 

17:22 
-0.1 

17:65 
0.0 

18:30 
0.0 

12:45 
3.6 

18:90 
3.3 

14.-25 
8.1 

16:36 
2.8 

17:00 
2.7 

18:24 
2.8 

18.-28 
0.2 

14:20 
—0.2 

15K)6 
—0.4 

15:60 
—0.7 

16:84 
—0.7 

17:12 
—0.7 

17:52 
-0.6 

12:16 
4.3 

18:06 
8.8 

13:54 
8.3 

14:50 
2.9 

16:05 
2.6 



21:40 
0.4 

22:40 
0.5 

28:88 
0.6 



20.-06 
2.7 

20:52 
2.8 

21:26 
2.9 

21:56 
2.9 

22:20 
3.0 

22:46 
3.1 

28:15 
8.2 

28:60 
8.8 



19K)6 
0.2 

19:50 
0.4 

20:42 
0.6 

21:45 
0.7 

22:67 
0.7 



19:80 

8.0 

20:24 
3.8 

21:11 
8.6 

21:55 
3.8 

22*.86 
3.9 

2!!3:20 
4.0 



18:82 
—0.8 

19:16 
0.1 

20.-04 
0.4 

20:56 
0.7 

22:00 
0.9 



SEPTEMBER. 



a Day of— 

5 Time and Height of High and 

I W. Mo. Low^aier. 



8 



N M 



1 

2 

Tu 3 

W' 4^ 

I F 6" 

• S 7 
!8' 8 



91 
10; 

L J 



w 11 

Th|l2 
F 13 
8 14 
8 115 



M 


16 


Tul7 


W 18 


Th 19 


F 20 


8 21 


8 22 


m;23 


Tu24 


W|25 


Th 26 


F 27 


8 


28 


8 


29 


M 


30 



4.86 

8.4 

5:40 
3.5 

0:10 
0.8 

1:04 
0.7 

1:50 
0.6 

2.-29 
0.4 

8K)4 
0.3 

8:87 
0.2 

4:10 
0.2 

4:45 
0.1 

6:80 
0.1 

0:05 
8.8 

0:50 
8.7 

1:45 
8.7 

2:58 
8.7 

4K)6 
8.8 

6:18 
4.0 

6:21 
4.3 

IKX) 
0.2 

1:66 
-0.2 

2:44 
—0.4 

8:80 
-0.6 

4:16 
-0.5 

5K)0 
—0.4 

5:44 
0.2 

0:10 
4.1 

0:56 
8.8 

1:46 
3.6 

2:44 
8.4 

8:48 
8.8 



11:44 
LI 

18K)0 
1.0 

6:36 



7:22 
3.9 

BM 
4.1 

8:42 
4.2 

9:18 
4.8 

9:52 
4.8 

10:29 
4.2 

11K)5 
4.1 

11:42 
3.8 

6:14 
0.2 

7K» 
0.8 

8:14 
0.5 

9:85 
0.6 

10:66 
0.6 

12:10 
0.4 

18:10 
0.1 

7t20 
4.6 

8:10 
4.8 

8:58 
4.9 

9:44 

4.8 

10:26 
4.6 

11:10 
4.8 

11:60 
8.9 

6:28 
0.2 

7:18 
0.6 

8:19 
0.8 

9:81 
LO 

10:57 
LI 



17:40 
2.5 

18:56 
2.6 

18:45 
0.8 

14:20 
0.6 

14:60 
0.3 

15:16 
0.1 

15:46 
-0.1 

16:14 
-0.2 

16:44 
-0.2 

17:16 
-0.1 

17:54 
0.1 

12:22 
8.6 

18K)9 
8.8 

14K)9 
2.9 

15:29 
2.7 

17K» 
2.6 

18:26 
2.8 

19:25 
8.2 

14:00 
-0.2 

14:44 
-0.5 

15:24 
—0.6 

16KX) 
—0.7 

16:40 
—0.5 

17:20 
-0.8 

17:56 
0.0 

12:84 
8.4 

18:18 
8.0 

14:12 
2.6 

16:80 
2.4 

17:18 
2.8 



28K)5 
0.9 



19:50 
2.7 

20:26 
2.9 

20:65 
8.1 

21:20 
8.2 

21:48 
8.4 

22:16 
8.6 

22:48 
8.7 

28:24 
8.8 



18:80 
0.8 

19:10 
0.6 

70:02 
0.8 

21:16 
0.9 

22:40 
0.8 

28U» 
0.5 



20:10 
8.6 

^:68 
8.9 

21:82 
4.2 

22:11 
4.8 

22:52 
4.8 

28:82 
4.8 



18:84 
0.4 

19:14 
0.7 

20.-00 
LO 

21 .-04 
L2 

22:24 
L8 



The tides are placed In the order of occurrence, with their times on the first line and heights on the second line of each day: 
a comparison of consecutive height* will indicate whether it is high or low water. The heights, in feet and tenths, are reckoned 
from Mean Low Water Sprinffs, which is approximately the datum of soundings on the Admiralty Charts for this region, and 
which is 2.0 feet below mean sea level. To And the depth of water, add the tabular height to the soundings given on the chart, 
unless a minus ( — ) >»ign is before the height, in which case subtract It. 

The time used is Valparaiso Mean Local Civil for the meridian 71° 39' W.; 0>» is midnight, 12«> is noon: all hours less the" 
12 are in the forenoon (a. m.). all greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and when diminished by 12 give the times after noon; f 
instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m, 

#, new moon; ^. 1st quar.; Q, full moon; (^, 8d quar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon farthest north or south of the 
equator; A, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 



144 



VALPARAISO, CHILE, 1907. 



OCTOBER. 


NOVEMBER. 


DECEMBER. ^ 


1 


Day of— 


'ninf and Hvifthz o( High and , 
t*i>vv Water, 


i 

2 


Dayol— 


Time and Height of High and 
LowM'ater. 


S 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High acl 
LowWater. 


W. Mn. 


W.'ilo. 


W.Mo. 




Tu 1 


4:56 
3.3 


12:04 
1.0 


18:32 
2,5 


1.1 




F 1 


5-.58 
3.4 


12:30 
0.4 


18:57 
3.1 






S 1 


0:06 
0.9 


6:06 
3.3 


1 
12:20 lvi=, 1 
0.3 3- 




w 


2 


b'M 

3.4 


0.7 


19:15 
2.7 


. . . 




fi 2 


0:48 
0.8 


6:50 
3.6 


13:10 
0.2 


19:2S 
3.5 




M 2 


1:00 
0.5 


7:00 
8.4 


13.^ lyj 
0.1 i 




Th 3 


0:33 

a. J* 


6:45 
E.fi 


13:2P 
0.5 


l&:46 
3.0 


K 


§ 3 


1:34 
0.5 


7:38 
3.7 


13:50 
0.0 


20:02 
8.9 




Tu 3 


1:50 
0.2 


7:50 
3.5 


0.0 H 




F 4 


1:'22 
0.7 


7:30 
3« 


14:00 
02 


'20:15 
3.3 


M 4 

■ 


2:15 
0.1 


8:20 
3.8 


14:30 
—0.1 


20:42 
4.2 




W 4 


2:38 
—0.2 


8:36 
3.6 


14:32 »> 
-0.1 l^ 




''' 


2(M 
0,4 


4.f) 


;4:30 
0.0 


20:44 
3.fl 


• Tu 6 


2:.'V5 
—0.2 


9:00 
3.9 


15:02 
-0.1 


21:1H 
4.4 


• 


Th 5 


3:26 
—0.4 


9:24 
3.5 


1.1:12 at 

0.0 \i 




S 6 


2*40 
0,^ 


8:5© 
4.1 


15:02 
-0.2 


21:iri 


W 6 


3:38 
-0.4 


9:41 
3.8 


15:88 
-0.1 


21:.58 
4.6 


P 


f' 6 


4:15 
—0.6 


10:10 
3.4 


15:.>* 2i> 

0.0 v: 




M, 7 


3:10 
Q,0 


0i2ft 
4,1 


15 -40 
-0 2 


21160 
4,1 


Th 7 


4:25 
-0.5 


10:24 
3.7 


16:12 
0.0 


22:40 
4.7 


s 


S ' 7 


5K» 
—0.6 


10:58 
3.3 


16:35 23: 

0. 2 =11 




Tul 8 


—0.2 


10:0S 
4.1 


16:11 
—0.2 


221-22 
4.1 


F 8 


5:12 
-0.5 


11:06 
3.5 


16:50 
0.2 


23:28 
4.6 




S 8 


6:66 
-0.6 


11:60 
3.2 


17:24 . , 
0.3 . . 1 




W 9 


4:35 


10:44 
3.9 


16:42 
0.0 


4.2 


I ^ ^ 


6:05 
-0.4 


11:55 
3.2 


17:29 
0.5 






M 9 


0:05 
4.9 


6:47 
-0.5 


12:46 ]*-.]■■> 
3. 1 iJ 




Th 10 


5:'2ft 

-o.a 


11:21 
3.7 


1715 
0.2 


©:42 
4.2 




§ 10 


0:18 
4.5 


7:00 
—0.2 


12:52 
3.0 


18:18- 
0.7 




Tu 10 

1 


0:58 
4.6 


7:42 
—0.3 


13:50 l?:- 
3.0 c: 




F ]1 


6:0S 
-0,1 


I2:0S 
3.4 


0.S 






M 11 


1:14 
4.3 


8:00 
0.0 


14:04 
2.8 


19:24 
0.9 


1) 


W 11 

1 


1:55 
4.3 


8:40 
—0.1 


15:00 3)-:>4 
3.0 O-' 




6 12 


0^ 
4,1 


7:05 
0,1 


12-5fi 
3,1 


J8:35 
0.7 


D 


Tu 12 


2:16 
4.1 


9:08 
0.1 


15:28 
2.7 


20:48 
1.0 




Th 12 

1 


2:55 
4.1 


9:40 
0.0 


16:10 21 >. ' 
3.2 0? 


S 


n 13 


1:27 
^,0 


8:10 
0.3 


14K»2 
2. a 


I9:3.'S 
1.0 




W 13 


3:24 
4.0 


10:15 
0.2 


16:50 
2.9 


22:15 
0.8 


E 


F 13 


4:00 
8.8 


10:37 
0.0 


17K» 231- 

3.4 o: 


? 


M H 


^34 


Bi25 
0.4 


15132 

2.n 


2l:0D 
LO 




Th 14 


4:30 
3.9 


11:16 
0.1 


17:60 
8.2 


23:34 
0.6 




S 'l4 

1 


5:11 
3.6 


11:34 
0.1 


18K)2 . . . 
3.7 . 




Tu.15 


S;45 

a. 9 


10:41 
0.4 


17:0ft 
2.7 


0.9 




F'15 


5:38 
3.9 


12:10 
—0.1 


18:38 
8.6 






S'l5 

1 


0:24 
0.5 


6:20 
3.5 


12r25 l^M j 
0.0 1.' 




W 16 


4:55 
4.0 


11:50 
0.2 


is:ie 

3.0 


2ft-50 
0.5 


£ 


6 16 


0:40 
0.3 


6:40 
8.9 


18:00 
—0.2 


19:20 
4.0 




M ! 16 

1 


1:25 
0.4 


7:20 
3.4 


13:15 m. 
0.0 i3 




Th 17 

1 


6:04 
4.2 


12:45 
0.0 


19:00 
3.4 






M 17 


1:36 
0.0 


7:88 
8.9 


18:45 
—0.8 


20:02 
4.3 




Tu 17 

1 


2:20 
0.2 


8:15 
8.8 


14:00 ^^'21 
0.0 i> 




F IR 


0:50 
0/2 


700 
4.3 


13:30 
-0.3 


19:50 

3. ^ 




M 18 


2:24 
-0.1 


8:26 
8.9 


14:28 
—0.3 


20:44 
4.5 




W 18 


0.2 


9:08 
3.2 


14:40 21 iX ' 
0.0 i' 




S 19 


1:4& 
—0.1 


7:52 
4.4 


14:15 
-0,4 


20:30 
4.2 


O 


To 19 


3:09 
-0.2 


9:10 
8.7 


15:06 
-0.2 


21:24 
4.6 


o 


Th 19 


8:60 
0.1 


9:46 
3.1 


15:20 2141 
0.1 16 


£ 


*8 211 


3^ 
-0.B 


Sr43 
4.4 


14:50 
-0,S 


21iOft 
4.4 




Wl20 


3:58 
-0.1 


9:52 
8.5 


15:42 
-0.1 


22:00 
4.6 


N 


F 20 

1 


4:90 
0.2 


10:22 
3.0 


1532 223) 
0.3 4.^ 





M 21 

1 


-0.5 


©^2» 

4. a 


16;3S 
—0.4 


21:4fi 
4.5 




Th 


21 


4:34 
-0.1 


10:80 
3.8 


16:14 
0.2 


22:38 
4.5 




S 21 

1 


5:06 
0.2 


22:56 
2.8 


16:20 2:'^ 
0.6 ii 




T\v 22 

1 


4:00 
—0.4 


10:0fi 
4.1 


16:10 
-0.3 


22:22 
4.fi 




F 22 


5:14 
0.1 


11:06 
8.0 


16:42 
0.6 


23:16 
4.3 


A 


S 22 

1 


0:38 
0.2 


11:25 
2.7 


16:46 23A1 
0.8 4 2 




;W 23 

1 


4:42 
-0.3 


10:47 
3.« 


16:43 
0.0 


23.-00 
4.4 


K 


f- 23 


5:54 
0.2 


11:40 

2.8 


17:10 
0.8 


23:55 
4.1 




M 23 


6:12 
0.2 


11:66 
2.6 


17:10 . . - 
1.0 . . 




Th 24 


5^5 
-0.1 


11:25 
3.4 


n:i& 

0.3 


23'M 
4.2 




S 24 


6:35 
0.4 


12:16 
2.6 


17:82 
1.1 






Tu|24 


0.-06 
4.0 


6:60 
0.8 


12u« n> 
2.6 M 




F ^p^ 


fl:10 

o.a 


12:05 
3.0 


17:46 

o.e 




A 


M 25 

I 


0:35 
3.8 


7.-22 
0.5 


13:02 
2.5 


17:56 
1.3 




W|25 


0:42 
8.8 


7:24 
0.3 


18:16 1<J>^ 
2.6 VI 




K :20 


012-2 
4,0 


6:57 
0,4 


12145 
17 


18:lfi 
1.0 




Tt3 26 


1:16 
8.6 


8:10 
0.6 


14 KX) 
2.4 


18:36 
1.4 




Th|26 


1:21 
8.6 


8:10 
0.4 


14K)5 191'^ 
2.7 l: 


N 


n 27 


1^ 
3.7 


7:riO 
0,7 


13:33 
2,5 


lS:.'i2 
1.3 


C 


W ! 27 


2:05 
8.4 


9:00 
0.6 


16:14 
2.4 


19:50 
L5 


c 


F|27 


2K)6 
3.3 


8:64 
0.4 


15«i »32 
2.8 1-S 


A. 


M • 28 


1:57 
3.5 


H:.¥J 
0.0 


14:50 
2.3 


19:44 
1.5 




Th'SS 


3:00 
3.2 


9:55 
0.6 


16:18 
2.6 


21:80 
1.5 


E 


S ,28 


3K)2 
3.1 


9:40 
0.6 


16.-05 £«* 
3.1 I- 


t 


Tu 2^* 


2:M 
3.3 


9:55 
0.9 


36:30 
2.3 


~21;14 
1.6 




F 29 


4:05 
3.2 


10:45 
0.5 


17:10 

2.8 


22:58 
L2 




8 ,29 


4:06 
8.0 


10:86 
0.5 


17:08 23.1 
3.4 O.s 




W 30 


3:58 
3.S 


10:50 

o.» 


17:40 
2.5 


22: 4€ 
1.4 


E 


S ,30 


5:05 
8.2 


11:34 
0.4 


17:58 
3.2 






M 30 


5:15 
8.0 


11:82 
0.4 


18K)5 . . 
3.7 . . 




Til 


in 


5:00 
a. 3 


I1:4S 
0.ti 


18:23 
2.S 


23:55 
1,1 
















Tu 31 


0:80 
0.6 


6:24 
8.1 


12:28 Wtf 
0.3 41 

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in 

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es are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
)n of consecutive heights will indicate whe 

Low Water Springs, which is approximate 
) feet below mean sea level. To find the d( 
nus (— ) sign is before the height, in which 
ne used Ls Valparaiso Mean Local Civil fo 
e forenoon (a. m.), all greater are in the af 
bA7 is 3:47 p. m. 

moon; ]), 1st quar.; Q, full moon; C. 8d q 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


th their times on the tirst line and heights c 
ther it is high or low water. The heiehts, ii 
y the datum of soundings on the Admiral 
jpth of water, add the tabular height to the 
case subtract it. 

r the meridian 71° 39' W.: 0«> is midnight, 1 
ternoon (p.m.) and when diminished by V. 

uar.; E, moon on the equator; N, 8, mooi] 


m the second line of each dav; 
1 feet and tenths, are reckons] 
ty Charts for this region, m 
soundings given on the chin. 

2"> is noon; all hours less thic 
I give the times after noon: for 

I farthest north or south of the 



yU^i' 



PANAMA (Naos Island), PANAMA, 1907. 



145 



JANUARY. 



FEBRUARY. 



MARCH. 



Day of— 



W. Mo. 



Tu 
W 
Th 
F 

S 

M 
Tu 

wj 

Th 
F 

S 

M 



Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 



p Day of— 

8 

S W.jMo. 



Tu 15 



\V 

Th 
F 

R 

M 

Tu 
\V 



Th'24 

I 
F 25 



S 



26 



S ,27 

Ml 28 
Tu 29 



W 



30 



Th 31 

I. 



4:15 
IS. 9 

4:49 
14.1 

523 
14.2 

0K)9 
1.9 

0:60 
1.9 

1-.85 
2.1 

2:24 
2.2 

3:19 
2.5 

4:17 
2.6 

6:22 
2.3 

6:27 
1.8 

0:67 
14.2 

1:58 
14.9 

2:53 
15.5 

3:44 
16.0 

4:83 
16.1 

5:22 
16.0 

0:09 
0.2 

0:58 
0.7 

. 1:48 
1.4 

2:42 
2.8 

3:89 
3.1 

4:40 
8.7 

5:44 
4.0 • 

0:14 
11.4 

• 1:12 
11.7 

2:00 
12.2 

2:41 
12.8 

3:18 
13.4 

3:55 
14.0 

4:30 

14.5 



10:89 
0.9 

11:14 
0.8 

11:49 
. 1.1 

6:00 
14.2 

6:40 
14.0 

7:24 
13.8 

8:15 
13.4 

9:10 
13.0 

10:15 
12.7 

11:25 
12.8 

12:36 
13.8 

7r28 
0.9 

8:25 
0.1 

9:18 
—0.7 

10:17 
—1.2 

10:56 
—1.3 

11:42 
—1.0 

6:10 
15.5 

6:58 
14.7 

7:48 
13.7 

8:41 
12.7 

9-.39 
11.7 

10:49 
11.0 

nm 

10.9 

6:45 
8.8 

7:38 
3.3 

8:23 
2.7 

9:02 
2.0 

9:39 
1.3 

10:15 
0.8 

10:50 
0.4 



16:44 
14.1 

17:17 
14.4 

17:52 
14.6 

12:26 
1.2 

13:07 
1.5 

18:51 
1.9 

14:40 
2.4 

15:35 
2.8 

16:38 
3.0 

17:47 
2.8 

18:55 
2.3 

13:39 
14.0 

14:37 
14.9 

15:28 
15.7 

16:18 
16.1 

17K)6 
16.3 

17:52 
16.1 

12:29 
-0.3 

18:17 
0.6 

14:07 
1.7 

16K)1 

2.8 

15:69 
3.8 

17:02 
4.4 

18:07 
4.6 

18:11 
11.1 

14:00 
11.6 

14:41 
12.3 

15:15 
13.0 

15:47 
13.8 

16:19 
14.5 

16:54 
16.1 



22:55 
2.0 

28:82 
1.9 



18:30 
14.6 

19:12 
14.5 

19:57 
14.3 

20:48 
14.0 

21:42 
13.6 

22:45 
13.5 

23:52 
13.6 



19:55 
1.5 

20:60 
0.8 

21:43 
0.2 

22:82 
—0.2 

23:21 
—0.1 



18:38 
15.6 

19:27 
14.9 

20:16 
13.9 

21K)9 
13.0 

22.-06 
12.2 

23:10 
11.6 



19:08 
4.4 

19:58 
4.0 

20:42 
3.4 

21:21 
2.7 

21:58 
2.1 

22:34 
1.5 

23:11 
1.1 



o 



F 

S 

M 
Tu 
W 

Th 
F 

S 

M 
Tu 

W 
.h 
F 

S 

M 

Tu 
W 
Th 
F 

S 

M 
Tu 
W 



Th 28 



Time and Height of High and 
Low water. 



s Day of— , 



5:06 
14.9 

5:42 
16.1 

0:26 
0.7 

1:08 
0.9 

1:53 
1.2 

2:45 
1.8 

3:44 
2.3 

4:51 
2.5 

6K)2 
2.3 

0:38 
13.4 

1:45 
14.1 

2:43 
14.9 

3:35 
15.6 

4:28 
16.9 

5:10 
16.0 

5:52 
15.6 

0:34 
0.8 

1:19 
1.1 

2:06 
2.1 

2.55 
8.0 

3:60 
3.9 

4:55 
4.4 

6:00 
4.5 

0:30 
11.0 

1:27 
11.6 

2:13 
12.4 

2:52 
13.3 

3:31 
14.2 



11:26 
0.2 

12:08 
0.8 

6:22 
16.0 

7:06 
14.7 

7:60 
14.2 

8:41 
13.6 

9:42 
12.9 

10:66 
12.6 

12:13 
12.7 

7:10 
1.7 

8:11 
0.8 

9:05 
-0.1 

9:51 

—0.8 

10:41 
—1.0 

11:26 
—0.9 

12:09 
-0.4 

6:36 
14.9 

7:18 
13.9 

8:02 
12.8 

8:52 
11.8 

9:50 
10.9 

11:03 
10.4 

12:20 
10.5 

6:59 
4.0 

7:49 
3.3 

8:32 
2.4 

9:11 
1.5 

9:49 
0.6 



17:28 
15.6 

18K)6 
15.7 

12:41 
0.6 

18:22 
1.1 

14.-08 
1.8 

15:02 
2.5 

16:06 
3.1 

17:19 
3.3 

18:35 
2.9 

13:26 
13.4 

14:25 
14.4 

15:18 
15.4 

16.-06 
16.0 

16:51 
16.3 

17:84 
16.8 

18:15 
15.8 

12:52 
0.6 

13:86 
1.7 

14:23 
2.9 

15:15 
4.1 

16:15 
4.9 

17.-23 
5.3 

18:28 
5.1 

13:21 
11.0 

14:06 
11.9 

14:43 
13.0 

15:18 
14.0 

15:52 
15.0 



28:47 
0.8 



18:47 
15.5 

19:31 
15.1 

20:18 
14.6 

21:10 
13.9 

22:13 
13.3 

23:24 
13.1 



19:41 
2.1 

20:39 
1.3 

21:82 
0.4 

22:20 
—0.2 

23:05 
-0.4 

23:50 
—0.2 



18:57 
15.0 

19:39 
14.1 

20:25 
13.0 

21:14 
12.0 

22:11 
11.1 

23:19 
10.7 



19:25 
4.5 

20:12 



20:53 
2.7 

21:32 
1.7 

22:09 
0.8 



W. Mo. 



Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 



F 

S 

M 
Tu 
W 

Th 
F 

S 

M 



Tu 12 



W 

Th 
F 

S 

M 
Tu 
W 

Th 
F 

S 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

F 

S 



IS i31 



4.'08 
15.1 

4:45 
15.7 

5:22 
15.9 

0:02 
-0.3 

0:43 
0.0 

1:29 
0.6 

2:19 
1.8 

3:18 
2.1 

4:26 
2.7 

5:42 
2.7 

0:26 
12.8 

1:86 
13.5 

2:25 
14.4 

8:26 
15.2 

4:11 
15.7 

4:52 
15.8 

5:32 
15.5 

0:08 
0.2 

0:49 
1.0 

1:30 
2.0 

2:13 
3.0 

3:02 
3.9 

4:00 
4.5 

5:07 
4.7 

6:12 
4.3 

0:45 
11.3 

1:37 
12.2 

2:22 
13.4 

3K)2 
14.5 

3:42 
15.5 

4:20 
16.1 



10:25 
0.0 

11:01 
—0.3 

11:38 
-0.4 

6:00 
15.8 

6:42 
15.4 

7:28 
14.7 

8:18 
13.9 

9:19 
13.1 

10:34 
12.5 

11:66 
12.6 

6:51 
2.2 

7:58 
1.3 

8:52 
0.4 

9:40 
-0.3 

10:28 
-0.6 

11:05 
—0.5 

11:45 
0.0 

6:10 

14.8 

6:48 
13.9 

7:27 
12.9 

8:09 
12.0 

8:59 
11.2 

10:00 
10.5 

11:16 
10.5 

12:27 
11.0 

7:18 
3.6 

7:56 
2.6 

8:39 
1.5 

9:19 
0.6 

9:69 
-0.2 

10:37 
-0.6 



16:28 
16.8 

17KM 
16.3 

17:41 
16.4 

12:18 
0.0 

13:00 
0.6 

13:45 
1.5 

14:38 
2.4 

15:43 
3.2 

17:00 
3.5 

18:21 
• 3.2 

13:11 
13.1 

14:13 
14.1 

15:05 
15.1 

15:50 
15.8 

16:32 
16.1 

17:11 
16.1 

15.6 

12:25 
0.9 

13K)6 
2.0 

13:47 
3.1 

14:38 
4.2 

15:27 
5.0 

16:34 
5.4 

17:44 
5.3 

18:45 
4.6 

13:20 
11.9 

14:03 
13.1 

14:43 
14.3 

15:21 
15.4 

15:59 
16.2 

16:37 
16.7 



22:47 
0.1 

23:23 
-0.2 



18:23 
16.2 

19:07 
15.6 

19:53 

14.8 

20:44 
13.9 

21:48 
13.1 

23:04 
12.6 



19:30 
2.4 

20:28 
1.4 

21:19 
0.5 

22:05 
—0.1 

22:47 
—0.4 

23:28 
—0.3 



18:26 
14.9 

19:04 
14.0 

19:42 
13.1 

20:25 
12.0 

21:15 
11.1 

22:22 
10.6 

23:38 
10.7 



19:36 
3.6 

20:21 
2.4 

21:02 
1.2 

21:41 
0.2 

22:20 
—0.6 

22:59 
—1.0 



The tides are placed in the order of occurrence, with their times on the first line and h'.Mjrhts on the second line of each day: 
a comparison of consecutive heights will indicate whether it Is high or low water. The ht'iirht-. in feet and tenths, are reclconcd 
fnmi Mean Low Water Springs, which is approximately the datum of soundings on the Admiralty Charts for this region, and 
which is 8.0 feet below mean sea level. To find the depth of water, add the tabular hei^'h. lo ihe soundings given on tne chart, 
unless a minus (— ) sign is before the height, in which case subtract it. 

The time used is Panama Mean Local Civil for the meridian 79° 32' W; 0"» is midnight. W*" is noon: all hours less than 12 are 
I in the forenoon (a. m.), all greater are in the afternoon (p. m. ) and when diminished by 12 give the times after noon; for instance, 
I 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 

#, new moon: 3), 1st quar.; O. fuii moon; (J, 3d quar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon farthest north or south of the 
equator; A, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 



1223—06- 



-10 



146 



PANAMA (Nao8 Island), PANAMA, 1907. 









APRIL. 






of- 


Mi 

Time an 


lY. 






JUNE. 


s 


Day of— 


Time and Height of Hij 
Low Water. 


rh and o 


r 
Day 


d Height of High and 
LowWater. 




Day of— 


Time and Height of High an i 
LowWater. 

1 


w. Imo. 




'- 


w. !mo. 


W. 


Mo. 




M 


1 


6:00 
16.4 


11:16 
—0.6 


17:18 
16.9 


23:40 
—1.0 




W 


1 


6:22 
16.4 


11:88 
-0.2 


17:88 
16.6 


. . . 




S 


1 


0:37 
—0.4 


6:47 
15.4 


13«6 

1.1 




p 


Tu 2 


6:40 
16.3 


11:68 
—0.3 


17:59 
16.6 


. . . 


S 


Th 


2 


0:08 
-0.9 


6:08 
16.0 


12:26 
0.4 


18:26 
16.8 




8 


2 


1:30 
0.6 


7:41 
14.6 


14H» 
1.7 


1S.■^ 




W, 3 


0:28 
—0.6 


6:24 
15.9 


12:42 
0.4 


18:43 
16.9 




F 


3 


0:62 
-0.2 


6:57 
16.8 


18:17 
1.8 


19:15 
14.8 


C 


M 


3 


228 
1.6 


8:42 
18.8 


15K)7 
2.5 


21i;C 




Th| 4 


1:06 
0.1 


7:10 
15.1 


1329 
L8 


19:81 
14.9 


C 


S 


4 


1:45 
0.8 


7:52 
14.3 


14.16 
2.2 


20:18 
18.7 




Tu 


4 


8:32 
2.8 


9:48 
18.3 


16:15 

2.8 


22-ij 

12.4 


s 


F| 5 


2K)0 
1.0 


8K)3 
14.2 


14:25 
2.3 


20:26 
13.9 




s 


5 


2:44 
L8 


8:56 
18.4 


15.23 
2.9 


21:20 
12.8 


E 


W 


5 


4:40 
2.7 


10:56 
1S.0 


17:22 
2.9 


2S.S: 
12.2 




S ' 6 


8:00 
2.0 


9:06 
18.2 


16:82 
8.2 


21:32 
12.9 




M 


6 


8:51 
2.6 


10:06 
12.8 


16:86 
3.8 


22:40 
12.8 




Th 


6 


6:46 
2.9 


12:04 
13.0 


18:26 
2.6 


. . . 




S ' 7 


4:08 
2.7 


1020 
12.5 


16:49 
3.6 


22:63 
12.3 




Tu 


7 


6:05 
2.8 


11:22 
12.7 


17:48 
8.1 


28:69 
12.3 




F 


7 


0:46 
12.4 


6:47 
2.8 


13.KM 
13.2 


I»i24 




M 8 


6:26 
2.8 


11:42 
12.5 


18.-06 
3.8 


. . . 




W 


8 


6:16 
2.7 


12:33 
13.1 


18:56 
2.6 


. . . 




S 


8 


1:45 
12.8 


7:43 
2.6 


13.*56 
13.5 


2DU 
l.> 




Tul 9 


0:15 
12.5 


6:87 
2.4 


12:66 
18.1 


19:13 
2.5 


E 


Th 


9 


1:09 
12.8 


7:17 
2.2 


13:84 
13.7 


19:50 
1.8 




8 


9 


2-.34 
18.2 


8:82 
2.4 


14:40 
18.8 


2057 

1.4 




W 10 


1:26 
18.2 


7:40 
L8 


18:66 
14.0 


20:12 
1.6 




F 


10 


2K)7 
18.6 


8:10 
1.7 


1428 
14.2 


20:88 
1.1 


• 


M 


10 


8:17 
13.5 


9:15 
2.2 


15:20 
13.9 


213S 

1.1 


E 


Thill 

1 


2:23 
14.0 


8:88 
LO 


14:47 
14.8 


21:00 
0,7 




S 


11 


2:64 
14.1 


8:66 
1.4 


15:06 
14.6 


21:22 
0.6 




Tu 


11 


3:68 
18.6 


9-.56 
2.2 


15:56 
14.0 


22:1^ 


• 


F 


12 


3:07 

14.8 


9:20 
0.6 


16:80 
16.3 


21:44 
0.1 


• 


8 


12 


8:87 
14.4 


9:39 
1.2 


16:46 
14.8 


22:02 
0.4 


A 

N 


W 


12 


4.27 
13.7 


10:32 
2.2 


16:29 
IS. 9 


22:.-, 

1-t' 




S 


13 


8:66 
16.2 


10:02 
0.2 


16:10 
16.6 


2225 
0.1 




M 


13 


4:14 
14.6 


10:18 
1.8 


16:20 
14.7 


22:40 
0.4 




Th 


13 


5:00 
18.7 


11:09 
2.4 


17.-03 
13.7 


2S=> 

1.3 




s 


14 


4:34 
16.3 


10:42 
0.8 


16:46 
16.5 


28K>3 
0.0 




Tu 


14 


4:48 
14.3 


10:66 
L6 


16:54 
14.4 


28:16 
0.7 




F 


14 


6:38 
18.6 


11:46 
2.6 


17:37 
18-5 


. . . 




M 


15 


6:11 
15.0 


11:20 
0.7 


17:22 
16.1 


23:42 
0.4 




W 


15 


528 
14.0 


11:32 
2.0 


1727 
14.0 


23:68 
1.2 




S 


15 


0O8 
L6 


6:07 
18.5 


1225 
2.9 


ISU 

U.J 




Tu 


16 


6:46 
14.6 


11:60 
1.4 


17:67 
14.6 




A 

N 


Th 


16 


5:57 
18.6 


12:10 
2.6 


18.01 
13.6 


. . . 




8 


16 


0:41 
2.0 


6:43 
13.4 


13:03 
3.1 


110 




Wjl7 


0:20 
1.1 


6:22 
13.8 


12:36 
2.8 


18:31 
13.7 




F 


17 


029 
1.8 


6:81 
18.2 


12:48 
3.2 


18:36 
12.9 




M 


17 


121 
2.4 


7.25 
18.8 


13:49 
8.3 


19J4 


A 


Th 


18 


0:67 
1.9 


6:68 
13.1 


13:16 
8.8 


19:06 
12.9 




S 


18 


1:06 
2.6 


7«8 
12.8 


13:28 
3.8 


19:15 
12.4 


D 


Tu 


18 


205 
2.8 


8:10 
13.2 


14:47 
3.8 


20:24 

12 4 


N 


F 


19 


1:38 
2.8 


7:87 
12.8 


18:68 
4.1 


19:45 
12.1 




s 


19 


1:49 
8.1 


7:51 
12.4 


14:17 
4.2 


20:00 
11.9 




W 


19 


2:54 
8.1 


9O0 
18.1 


1632 
3.3 


21 nv. 

11.. i 


D 


S 20 


2:23 
3.6 


8:21 

n.7 


14:48 
4.8 


20:31 
11.4 


3) 


M 


20 


2:87 
8.6 


8:40 
12.1 


15:12 
4.4 


20:54 
11.6 


E 


Th 


20 


8:50 
8.2 


9:56 
18.1 


16:30 
3.1 


22:r 
12.4 




8 21 


8:16 
4.2 


9:16 
U.2 


16:49 
5.1 


21:32 
10.9 




Tu 


21 


8:32 
3.9 


9:88 
12.0 


16:12 
4.8 


21:69 
11.6 




F 


21 


4:60 
8.1 


10:64 
13.2 


17:31 
2.6 


23> 

12. T 




M 22 


4:18 
4.5 


10:21 
11.1 


16:57 
6.0 


22:45 
10.9 




W 


22 


4:33 
3.8 


10:40 
12.2 


17:16 
3.8 


28.-06 
11.8 




8 


22 


5:61 
2.8 


11:68 
13.6 


18:28 
1.8 






Tui23 


6:22 
4.3 


11.30 

n.5 


18:00 
4.4 


23:57 
1L4 


E 


Th 


23 


6:36 
3.4 


11:40 
12.7 


18:13 
2.9 


. . . 




8 


23 


0:82 
13.8 


6:48 
2.2 


12:62 
14,3 


l^ri? 

0.:! 




W 24 


622 
3.6 


12:81 
12.3 


18:65 
8.4 






F 


24 


0:12 
12.6 


6:32 
2.7 


12:86 
18.5 


19:06 
1.9 




M 


24 


1:80 
14.1 


7:46 
1.5 


13:47 
15.0 


20:i: 

o.t 




Thi25 


0:57 
12.3 


7:15 
2.7 


18:21 
13.3 


19:44 
2.2 




S 


25 


1:08 
13.4 


7:24 
1.9 


1827 
14.4 


19:66 
0.8 


9 


Tu 


25 


2:24 
14.9 


8:88 
0.8 


14:40 
15.6 


21:r 

-4).: 


E 


F I26 


1:47 
13.4 


8.C2 
L7 


14:06 
14.4 


20-28 
0.9 




8 


26 


2:00 
14.4 


8:14 
1.0 


14:16 
15.4 


20:43 
-0.2 


S 


W 


26 


3:15 
15.6 


9:29 
0.3 


15:30 
16.1 


21 !i; 

— l.J 


S !27 


2:82 
14.6 


8:46 
0.7 


14:48 
15 4 


21:12 
—0.2 





M,27 


2:48 
15.3 


9:02 
0.4 


1508 
16.1 


21:28 
-1.0 




Th 


27 


4:06 
16.1 


10:18 
0.0 


16:19 

ie.2 


22:45 
—1.3 


01 S 28 


814 
16.5 


9:29 
0.0 


16:30 
16.2 


21:64 
—1.0 


P 


Tu28 


3:34 
16.0 


9:48 
-0.1 


15:48 
16.5 


22:14 
—1.4 




F 


28 


4:56 
16.8 


11:10 
-0.1 


1709 
16.1 


2S54 
—LI 


IM 29 


3:57 
16.2 


lO.U 
-0.6 


16:12 
16.7 


22;8S 
-L4 


S 


w'29 

1 


4:21 
16.4 


10:35 
-0.4 


16:34 
16.7 


23O0 
—1.4 




S 


29 


6:48 
16.1 


12.-00 
0.2 


17:59 
15.7 




p|Tu 30 

1 


4:39 
16.5 


10-65 
-0.6 


16.54 
16.8 


23-lS 
—1.4 




Th 30 

1 


6:08 
16.4 


11:28 
—0.1 


1722 
16.3 


23:47 
—1.1 




8 ;3o 


0:22 
-0.6 


6:34 
15.7 


13:52 
0.7 


1^'X 
lS.i) 


i 










1 F 1 31 

! i 


6:65 
16.0 


12:12 
0.4 


18:11 
16.7 


. . . 














The tid 

a comparis 

from Mear 

which is 8. 

1 unless am 

I The tin 

! forenoon (i 

is 3:47 p. m 


es are placed In the order of occurrence, wl 
on of consecutive heights wiil indicate whe 
I Low Water Springs, which if; approximate 
feet below mean sea level. To find the d 
inua (— ) sign is before the height, In which 
ae ui^ed is Panama Local Civil for the merid 
i. m.), all greater are in the afternoon (p. m 


th their times on the first line and heights c 
ther it is high or low water. The heights, in 
My the datum of soundings on the Admira 
epth of water, add the tabular height to the 
case subtract it. 

ian 790 32' W.: 0» is midnight, 12h is noon; a 
.) and when diminished by 12 give the time 


»n the second line of each dar; 
feet and tenths, are reckouf^ 
tlty Charts for this reeion. and 
soundings given on the chart. 

11 hours less than 12 are in the 
s after noon; for instance. 15:4: 


#, ne^^ 
equator; A 

1 


rmoon; J 
, P, moon 


), l8t quar.; Q, full moon; (C, 3d c 
in apogee or perigee. 


luar.; E, moon on the equator; N, 8. moon 


farthest north or south of the 



PANAMA (Naoe Island), PANAMA, 1907. 



147 



~ 


JULY. 












AUGUST. 






'x 


. - 


SEPTEMBER. 




rh And 

22:61 ! 
10.7 


5^ 


Day of— 


Time and Heiffhi of High and 
LowAVfttvr, 




Time and H*^1gfht uf High and 
Low Wfltifr, 


Dayol- 


Time mi 
4.6 


1 Height of Hli 
Low Water. 


VV. Mo. 


W. 


MiK 


m| 1 


1:15 
0.2 


7:27 
15.1 


13:47 

i,a 


19:17 
14.3 




Th 


1 


1t^ 
2.1 


«i41 

ia.7 


ifcia 

2.4 


21:14 
12.4 




B 


I 


11.4 


ld:3fi 
4.1 


s 


Tu 2 


2:10 
1.1 


8:22 
14.4 


1.& 


20:45 


■ 


F 


2 


3.2 


»t43 
12.7 


141^2 
3.2 


ni2a 

1L6 


A 


M 


2 


5:01 
6.0 


llrll 
10.9 


17:42 
4.B 


■ ' ' 




\V 3 


3:07 
2.1 


9:19 
13.6 


15:45 
2,h 


21:50 
12,5 




S^ 


3 


4:M 
4.6 


11:45 


17:1*5 
3.6 


ILl 




Tu 


3 


OKW 
10.7 


6:13 
5.0 


n:22 
11.0 


18:43 
4.0 




Th 4 


4:07 
2.8 


10:22 
13.0 


16;48 


23:00 
11,9 




§ 


4 


Mil 
4.4 


11:52 
11.6 


1K:20 
3.7 


. - . 




W 


4 


1:14 
ILl 


7:12 
4.6 


13:21 
1L& 


19'.36 
3.4 




F' 5 


510 
3.4 


11:25 
12.6 


3,1 




A 


M 5 


0;49 
11.2 


0:45 
1.4 


12:56 
11.7 


19:17 

a. 3 




Til 


6 


2m 

11.8 


B:00 
3.8 


14:07 
12.2 


201 IR 




S 


6 


0:13 
11.8 


6:14 
3.6 


12:30 


18;6:i 
"2,9 


N 


Til 6 


1:4« 
11.6 


7:41 
4.1 


13:50 
12.2 


20:07 

Si.H 




F 


6 


!i:S5 
12.7 


ii:40 
2.& 


WAS 
ia& 


20:57 
1.8 




s 


7 


1:18 
11.9 


7.13 
3.6 


13:2ft 
IV. ft 


19:46 
'2.t> 




W 


7 


2^33 
12.1 


H.6 


14:34 
12. e 


20:49 
2.3 


• 


^ 


7 


13.6 


9:1ft 
2.0 


15:18 
13.8 


21:34 
LI 


M 


8 


2:12 
12.3 


8K>7 
3.4 


11:15 
1^,9 


20:32 




Th 8 


»:Ofi 
12/7 


11:19 
3.0 


15:10 
13.1 


■il:'27 
1.7 i 




8 


8 


8:S9 

14.6 


9A4 

hi 


1.^:52 
14.6 


22 i3© 
0.5 


A 


Tu 


9 


2:67 
12.7 


8:53 
8.1 


14:57 
13.2 


mm 

l.M 


• 


F 9 


3:40 
13.4 


9:m 
2.4 


13.6 


1.2 


E 


M 


9 


4:12 

15.3 


lDr29 
(3.5 


lfl:'27 
1.^.2 


22:44 
U. 1 


N 

• 


W 10 


3:34 
18.0 


9:38 
2.8 


16:34 
18.4 


21:52 
1.5 




8 


10 


4:10 
14.0 


10.-21 
1.9 


16:17 
14.1 


22:38 
0.8 




Tu 


10 


4:45 
15.8 


11:05 
0.1 


17:02 
16.6 


23:20 
0.1 




Th 11 

1 


4:06 
13.3 


10:10 
2.5 


16:08 
13.6 


22:28 
1.2 




8 


11 


4:42 
14.6 


10:66 
L4 


16:63 
14.5 


23:13 
0.6 




W 


11 


6:21 
16.0 


11:43 
0.0 


17:38 
16.5 


23:68 
0.3 




F 12 


4:38 
13.7 


10:46 
2.8 


16:41 
13.7 


23:04 
1.1 




M 12 


6:16 
16.0 


11:33 
1.1 


17:27 
14.7 


23:49 
0.6 




Th 


12 


5:59 
16.0 


12:22 
0.2 


18:18 
16.3 






S 13 

1 


5:10 
13.9 


11:22 
2.2 


17:16 
13.8 


23:40 
LI 


£ 


Tu 13 

i 


6:50 
16.8 


12:11 
1.1 


18:08 
14.8 


. . . 




F 


13 


0:37 
0.8 


6:39 
16.6 


13:05 
0.6 


19:01 

14.8 




Sjl4 


5:42 
14.2 


12:00 
2.1 


17:60 
13.9 


. . . 




W 14 


0:26 
0.8 


6:27 
16.3 


12:49 
1.1 


18:42 
14.6 


D 


S 


14 


1:22 
L6 


7:24 
14.9 


13:M 
1.3 


19:51 
14.1 




M 15 


Tz 


6:18 
14.3 


12:88 
2.1 


18:28 
13.8 




Th 15 

1 


1:05 
1.2 


7:07 
16.1 


18:83 
1.8 


19:25 
14.2 




8 


15 


2:12 
2.3 


8:16 
14.1 


14:50 
2.0 


20:49 
13.3 




Tu 16 

! 


0:54 
1.5 


6:56 
14.4 


13:20 
2.1 


19:09 
13.7 


1> 


F 16 


1:47 

L8 


7:62 
14.7 


14:21 
1.7 


20:15 
13.7 


8 


M 


16 


3:13 
3.0 


9:16 
13.3 


15:55 
2.5 


21:69 
18.7 


Eivv;i7 


1:36 
2.0 


7:38 
14.2 


1406 
2.2 


19:66 
18.4 




8 'l7 

1 


2:87 
2.4 


8:42 
14.0 


16:16 
2.2 


21:12 
13.1 




Tu 


17 


4:27 
3.4 


10:30 
12.7 


17:08 
2.7 


28:18 
12.5 


D 


Th 18 


2:18 
2.4 


8:26 
14.0 


14:55 
2.4 


20:45 
18.1 




8 18 


3:36 
8.0 


9:41 
13.6 


16:20 
2.4 


2220 
12.7 


P 


W 18 


6:45 
3.2 


11:19 
12.8 


18:20 
2.2 






F 19 


3:10 
2.7 


9:15 
18.7 


15:50 
2.5 


21:43 
12.8 




M 


19 


4:46 
8.2 


10:49 
18.1 


17:28 
2.8 


28:35 
12.7 




Th 19 


0:34 
13.1 


6:65 
2.5 


13:02 
13.4 


19:24 
L4 




8 


20 


4:06 
3.0 


10:14 
13.6 


16:52 
2.4 


22:50 
12.7 


S 


Tu 


20 


6:58 
3.0 


12:02 
13.2 


18:38 
1.9 






^ 


20 


1:40 
14.0 


7:55 
L5 


14:04 
14.8 


20:20 
0.4 




S 


21 


5:13 
3.0 


11:17 
13.5 


17:56 
2.0 


23:69 
13.0 


P 


W 


21 


0:48 
13.2 


7:06 
2.4 


13:12 
13.8 


19:40 
1.1 


o! s 


21 


2:34 
15.1 


8:48 
0.5 


14:57 
15.2 


21:10 
—0.3 


1 


M 


22 


6:19 
2.7 


12:23 
13.8 


18:58 
1.4 






Th 


22 


1:62 
14.1 


8:08 
1.5 


14:13 
14.6 


20:36 
0.1 


El 8 


22 


8:21 
15.9 


9:36 
—0.3 


15:43 
15.8 


21:56 
—0.7 


,8 


Tu 


23 


1K)5 
13.6 


7:22 
2.0 


13:26 
14.4 


19:57 
0.6 


o 


F 


23 


3:48 
15.1 


9:02 
0.6 


15:08 
15.4 


21:27 
—0.6 


Lm 


23 


4:a5 
16.4 


10:20 
—0.7 


16:27 
16.0 


22:39 1 

—0.7 , 


' P 

C 


W 24 


2M 
14.4 


8:21 
1.3 


14:24 
16.1 


20:51 
—0.2 




8 ! 24 


3:38 
16.9 


9:62 
—0.2 


15:57 
16.0 


22:14 
—1.1 


Tu 


24 


4:47 
16.3 


11:02 
—0.7 


17:08 
15.8 


23:21 i 

—0.2 ; 




Th' 25 


3:01 
15.3 


9:15 
0.5 


15:18 
15.7 


21:42 
-0.9 




8 25 


4:25 
16.4 


10:89 
-0.6 


16:44 
16.2 


23:00 
—1.1 


l\v 


25 


5:37 
16.0 


11:45 
-0.2 


17:50 
15.2 






F 26 


3:52 
15.9 


0.0 


16:18 
16.0 


22:31 
—1.3 


E 


M 26 

j 


5:09 
16.5 


11:25 
-0.5 


17:29 
16.0 


28:46 
—0.7 




Th'26 


0:03 
0.6 


6:07 
15.3 


12:28 
0.6 


18:31 
14.3 




S 27 


4:41 
16.3 


10:55 
-0.4 


16:58 
16.1 


23:18 
—1.2 




Tu' 27 

1 


5:53 
16.2 


12:10 
—0.2 


18:18 
15.4 


: : : 




F- 27 
i 


0:46 
1.6 


6:47 
14.3 


13:12 
L6 


19:13 
13.2 




S 28 


5:28 
16.4 


11:44 
-0.2 


17:46 
15.9 






W 28 


0:29 
0.1 


6:86 
15.5 


12:66 
0.6 


18:58 
14.4 




S 28 


1:31 
2.8 


7:29 
13.1 


14.00 
2.7 


20:00 
12.2 


E 


M 29 


0.06 
—0.8 


6:16 
16.0 


12:33 
0.2 


18:35 
15.3 


Th 29 


1:15 
1.2 


7:21 
14.5 


13:44 
L5 


19:45 
13.3 


^:8'29 


2:21 
4.0 


8:15 
12.0 


14:52 
3.7 


20:53 
11.3 




Tu 30 


0:54 
0.0 


7:04 
15.4 


13:23 
0.7 


19-25 
14.1 


C F :^ 

t 


2:03 
2.4 


8:08 
13.4 


14:35 
2.6 


20:36 
12.2 


AM 30 

1 


3:18 
4.9 


9:11 
11.1 


15:52 
4.3 


22:01 
10.6 


d 


W 31 


1:43 
1.0 


7:.54 
14.6 


14:15 
1.5 


20:17 
13.4 




8 31 


2:56 
3.6 


S:59 
12.3 


15:33 
3.5 


21:37 
11.2 


1 1 










'a 
fr 
w 
n 

th 
15 

e< 

1 


Th 
com 
om J 
hich 
nless 

TH 
efoi 
:17i 

•. 


etk 
paria 
lean 
isH. 
a m 
e til 
'en(M 
s3:47 
new 
)r; A 


lea are placed in the order of occun 
on of consecutive heights will indi( 

Low Water Springs, which is appr 
feet below mean sea level. To fii 
inuR (— ) sign is before the height, 
me used is Panama I>x"al Civil, for 
m (a. m.), all greater are in the aft 

p.m. 

r moon; }), 1st quar,: Q. full moon 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


renc 
•ate 
oxiE 
idtl 
in w 
the 
«rnc 


B, wi 
whel 
nate 
ledt 
hich 
mei 
)on ( 

3dq 


th their times on the first line and heights c 
her it is high or low water. The heights, ir 
y the datum of s^mndingH on the Admira 
**pth of water, add the tabular height to the 
1 case subtract it. 

idian 79° 32' W.: 0>« is midnight, 12»« Is noon 
p.m.) and when diminished by 12 give the 

uar.; E, moon on the equator, N, S, moon 


>n the second line of each day; 
1 feet and tenths, are reckone<l 
ty Charts for this region, and I 
soundings given on the chart, 

; all hours less than 12 are in . 
limes after noon; for Instance, | 

farthest north or south of tlu* 



148 



PANAMA (Nao8 Island), PANAMA, 1907 



OCTOBER, 



Dayof— 



W.IMo. 



Tu 
W 
Th 
F 

S 

M 
Tii 
W 
Th 
F 
8 

M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
F 
S 

M 
Tu 
W 



Th 24 

F !25 



M 28 
Tu 29 



W 



30 



Th|31 



Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 



4.-28 
6.3 

6:32 
5.2 

0:26 
11.0 

1:15 
11.8 

1:55 
12.8 

2:31 
13.9 

3:06 
14.8 

3:40 
15.7 

4:17 
16.3 

4:54 
.16.5 

5:34 
16.3 

0:16 
0.5 

1:02 
1.3 

1:56 
2.2 

2:59 
8.0 

4:15 
8.4 

5:29 
3.2 

0:20 
13.1 

1:28 
14.0 

2:16 
14.8 



10:24 
10.5 

11:42 
10.6 

6:33 
4.7 

7:23 
3.8 

8:06 
2.7 

8:45 
1.6 

9:22 
0.6 

9:59 
—0.2 

10:38 
-0.7 

11:17 
—0.8 

11:58 
—0.5 

6:16 
15.8 

7:02 
15.0 

7:56 
14.0 

8:59 
18.0 

10:17 
12.4 

11:89 
12.6 

6:39 
2.5 

7:39 
1.5 

8:31 
0.6 



3K» 
15.6 


9:17 
-0.1 


3:45 
15.8 


9:59 
-0.4 



4:24 
15.8 

5:02 
15.4 

5:89 
14.7 

0:18 
2.1 

1:00 
3.0 

1:46 
4.0 

2:38 
4.8 

3:39 
6.1 

4:44 
5.1 



10:40 
-0.4 

11:20 
0.0 

12:00 
0.7 

6:06 
13.9 

6:55 
' 12.9 

7:86 
12.0 

8:25 
11.2 

9:28 
10.7 

10:41 
10.6 



16-56 
4.6 

18.-00 
4.4 

12:45 
11.1 

13:32 
12.0 

14:12 
13.0 

14:49 
14.0 

15:25 
14.9 

16:01 
16.6 

16:89 
16.0 

17:17 
16.0 

17:59 
16.7 

12:48 
0.0 

13:82 
0.9 

14:29 
1.8 

15:34 
2.6 

16:49 
2.7 

18:01 
2.6 

12:62 
13.1 

13:58 
14.0 

14:43 

14.8 

15:29 
15.8 

16:11 
15.6 

16:50 
16.8 

17:29 
14.8 

18:07 
14.0 

12:42 
1.6 

13:25 
2.6 

14:12 
3.5 

16:06 
4.2 

16:06 

4.5 

17:08 
4.4 



23:19 
10.5 



18:51 
8.8 

19:40 
2.9 

20:22 
2.0 

21:00 
1.1 

21:88 
0.3 

22:15 
—0.1 

22:53 
—0.8 

23:83 
0.0 



18:44 
15.1 

19:85 
14.3 

20:34 
13.4 

21:45 
12.8 

28:06 
12.6 



19:05 

1.8 

20:01 
1.0 

20:51 
0.4 

21:35 
0.1 

22:17 
0.1 

22:68 
0.5 

28:38 
1.2 



18:46 
13.2 

19:28 
12.4 

20:15 
11.6 

21:12 
11.0 

22:17 
10.9 

23:28 
11.2 



Dayof— 



W. Mo. 



F 

S 
H 
M 
• Tu 
W 
Th 
F 



C) 



M;n 

Tu|l2 
W 13 



M 1 18 
Tu 19 



W 
Th 
f|22 

S 23 

8 124 
Mi 25 
Tu26 
w|27 
Th'28 
F i29 
S 30 



NOVEMBER. 




DECEMBER. 






Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


S 


Dayof— 
W. Mo. 


Time and Height of High asd 
LowWater. 


5:45 
4.5 


11:49 
11.0 


18:06 
3.9 


. . . 




S 


1 


5:62 
8.5 


11:62 
11.8 


18.-08 
3.3 




0:18 
11.9 


6:39 
3.6 


12:46 
11.8 


18:57 
3.1 




M 


2 


0:14 
12.9 


6:45 
2.5 


12:49 
1-.' 7 




1:06 
12.8 


7:26 
2.6 


13:32 
12.9 


19:42 
2.2 




Tu 


3 


1:07 
13.8 


7:34 
L4 


13:40 
13.7 


19..>: 


1:48 
18.8 


8:19 
1.3 


14:15 
14.0 


20:25 
1.2 




W 


4 


1:55 
14.8 


8:22 
0.3 


14:28 
14.7 


203 

(i ? 


2:29 
14.9 


8:51 
0.8 


14:62 
15.0 


21:08 
.0.5 


• 


Th 


5 


2:41 
15.6 


9:08 
-0.5 


15:13 
15.6 


21fS. 


3K» 
15.7 


9:32 
-0.6 


15:36 
15.8 


21:48 
-0.1 


P 


F 


6 


8:27 
16.2 


9:62 
—1.2 


15:59 
16.1 


22111 

—O.J 


8:49 
16.8 


10:13 
—1.2 


16:17 
16.2 


22:80 
—0.3 


8 


S 


7 


4:12 
16.5 


10:37 
—1.6 


16:44 
16.4 


22:> 

— u.:: 


4:30 
16.6 


10:55 
—1.8 


16:58 
16.3 


23::8 
— U.l 




s 


8 


4:57 
16.4 


11:23 
-1.8 


17:31 
16.2 


23:*-i 

0.1 


5:18 
16.4 


11:88 
-1.0 


17:43 
16.0 


23:58 
0.4 




M 


9 


6:44 
16.0 


12:10 
—0.8 


18:19 

1.5.8 


. . . 


6:58 
15.9 


12:24 
-0.4 


18:30 
15.4 






Tu 


10 


0:36 
0.6 


6:85 
15.8 


13.-01 
0.0 


IS-i.' 
15- J 


0:48 
1.1 


6:46 
15.0 


18:15 
0.5 


19:23 
14.6 


D 


W 


11 


1:81 
1.3 


7:29 
14.8 


14:55 
1.0 


-20 f 
14-4 


1:44 
1.9 


7:41 
14.0 


14:12 
L4 


20:22 
18.8 




Th 


12 


2:31 
2.0 


8:80 
13.4 


14:56 
1.9 


21:H' 

13.: 


2:47 
2.7 


8:46 
13.1 


15:16 
2.2 


21:80 
13.1 


E 


F 


13 


8:35 
2.5 


9:88 
12.7 


16:00 
2.6 


•22::: 


8:67 
8,1 


lO.-OO 
12.4 


16:27 
2.7 


22:45 
12.9 




S 


14 


4:44 
2.8 


10:68 
12.3 


17H» 
2.9 


23-> 

13. :■ 


5:10 
8.0 


11:20 
12.4 


17:37 
2.6 


23:56 
18.2 




8 


15 


5:61 
2.7 


12:09 
12.3 


18K>R 
3.0 




6:18 
2.5 


12:35 
12.8 


18:42 
2.3 






M 


16 


0:34 
13.1 


6:64 
2.4 


13:17 
12.7 


19;I-=. 


1:00 
18.7 


7:18 
1.8 


13:36 
18.5 


19:39 

1.8 




Tu 


17 


1:81 
13.5 


7:48 
1.9 


14:13 
13.1 


is.m 


1:55 
14.2 


8:11 
1.1 


14:29 
14.1 


20:80 
L2 


'w 

1 


18 


2:21 
13.8 


8:87 
1.4 


15:Ob 
13.6 


30^7 
11 


2:42 
14.8 


8:67 
0.6 


15:14 
14.6 


21:15 
1.1 


OiTh 


19 


8.-06 
14.1 


9.-21 
1.0 


15:41 
13.8 


21:-lCi 
2 *' 


3:24 
15.0 


9:40 
0.2 


15:56 
14.7 


21:68 
1.0 


N, F 20 


8:45 
14.2 


0.8 


16:18 
14.0 


22115 


4:02 
15.0 


10:19 
0.1 


16:83 
14.6 


22:36 
1.3 


S*21 


4:21 
14.2 


10:39 
0.7 


16:52 
13.9 


22:^: 

il 


4:40 
14.7 


10:69 
0.8 


17:10 
14.3 


28:16 
1.7 


A S 22 


4:56 
13.9 


11:15 
1.0 


17.-a6 
13.9 


2jr.< 

15 


6:16 
14.2 


11:87 
0.8 


17:46 
18.8 


28:64 
2.8 


MJ23 


5:28 
13.6 


11:52 
1.3 


17:5© 
13.7 




6:60 
13.6 


12:16 
1.6 


18:22 
13.3 


. . . 


Tu24 


0:11 
2.6 


6:02 
13.3 


12r2R 

1.8 


la 


0:31 
3.0 


6:26 
18.0 


12:55 
2.8 


18:59 
12.8 


W 25 


0:49 
2.9 


6:37 
13.0 


13:06 
2,3 


1911 


1:16 
3.6 


7:04 
12.8 


13:37 
3.0 


19:41 
12.8 


Th!26 


1:31 
8.2 


7:11 
12.6 


13:47 

28 


i.*--v. 


2:03 
4.2 


7:46 
11.7 


14:23 
3.6 


20:27 
11.9 


C F 27 


2:17 
8.4 


8:01 
12.3 


14:31 
3.2 


L-i-ii^ 


2:56 
4.6 


8:87 
11.3 


16:16 
4.0 


21:22 
11.7 


E S 128 


3:08 
8.5 


8:51 
12.1 


15:23 
3.5 


2i '."^ 


3:54 
4.6 


9:40 
11.1 


16:15 
4.1 


22:22 
11.9 


s '29 


4:08 
8.5 


9:51 
11.9 


16.-20 
8.6 


22i? 

12.: 


4:66 
4.1 


10:48 
11.3 


17:13 
8.9 


23:19 
12.2 


MiSO 

1 1 


5:08 
3.2 


10:68 
12.0 


17:21 
3.4 


23^ 
li^ 












Tu 


31 


6K)4 
2.6 


12.-{M 
12.6 


18:22 
2.9 





The tlde« are placed in the order of occurrence, with their times on the flr»t line- and heights on the second line of each daj; 
a comparb<on of consecutive heights will indicate whether it is high or low water. The heights, in feet and tenths, are reckoceC 
from Mean Low Water Springs, which is approximately the datum of soundings on the Admiralty Charts for this region, and 
which is 8.0 feet below mean sea level. To find the depth of water, add the tabular height to the soundings given on the chart 
unless a minus (— ) sign is before the height, in which case subtract it. 

The time used is Panama Local Civil for the meridian 79° 32' W.: 0>> is midnight. 12'' is noon; all hours less than 12 ar^ in 
the forenoon (a. m.), all greater are in the afternoon (p.m.) and when diminished by 12 give the times after noon; for instanctr. 
15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 

#, new moon; J), Ist quar.; 0> ^ull moon; (^, 8d quar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon farthest north or aoath of the 
equator; A, P, moon in apogee or perigee. j 



SAN DIEGO (La Playa), CALIFORNIA, 1907. 



145 



1^ 


Day 




JANUARY. 




phand 


FEBRUARY. 


" 


MARCH. 






Of- 


Time and Height of Hie 
Low Water. 


S 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


S 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of High and 
LowWater. 


W. 


Mo. 


W. 'Mo. 


W. Mo. 


Tu 


1 


8:07 
2.5 


9:20 
5.8 


16:86 
-0.6 


23:20 
3.9 




F 


1 


4:25 
L8 


10:26 
6.4 


17:10 
0.0 


28:34 
4.7 


F 


1 


3:40 
1.2 


9:42 
5.7 


16:10 
0.0 


22:24 
5.1 


W 


2 


8:48 
2.6 


9:50 
5.6 


17K)7 
-0.3 


28:46 
4.0 




S 


2 


6:09 
L7 


11:06 
6.0 


17:41 
0.4 




E 


S 


2 


4:18 
0.9 


10:20 
6.4 


16:38 
0.4 


22:54 
6.3 


Th 3 


4:21 
2.5 


10:27 
6.4 


17:40 
—0.1 


. . . 


£ 


8 


3 


0:11 

4.8 


6:08 

1.7 


11:55 
4.6 


18:21 
1.0 




8 


3 


4:57 
0.8 


11:06 
6.0 


17:17 
0.9 


28:32 
6.1 


F, 4 


0:20 
4.2 


5:11 
2.6 


11:10 
4.9 


18:18 
0.2 




M 


4 


0:53 
4.9 


7:00 
1.6 


4.0 


19:08 
1.5 




M 


4 


5:46 
0.8 


11:50 
4.5 


17:54 
1.4 




1 s 


5 


1:04 
4.3 


6:20 
2.5 


12:04 
4.5 


19:01 
0.6 


c 


Tu 


5 


1:45 
4.9 


8:81 
1.6 


14:31 
8.6 


20K)8 
2.0 




Tu 


5 


0:10 
5.1 


6:45 
0.9 


12:60 
3.9 


18:34 
1.9 


'E S 


6 


1:54 
4.5 


7:42 
2.8 


13:13 
4.0 


19:54 
1.1 




W 


6 


2:54 
5.0 


10:17 
1.1 


16:44 
8.6 


21:82 
2.3 




W 


6 


1:02 
6.0 


8:12 
0.9 


14:40 
3.3 


19:34 
2.4 


<C M 7 

1 


2:49 
4.7 


9H)6 
2.0 


14:55 
8.7 


21 KM 
1.6 




Th 


7 


4K)9 
6.8 


11:46 
0.8 


18:23 
3.7 


23Kn 
2.5 


c 


Th 


7 


2:14 
5.0 


10:00 
0.7 


17:07 
3.4 


21:13 
2.7 




Tu 


8 


3:48 
5.0 


10:38 
1.3 


16:41 
8.6 


22:13 
1.8 




F 


8 


6:21 
6.7 


12:48 
—0.4 


19:25 
8.9 


• • • 


8 


F 


8 


3:40 
5.1 


11:80 
0.2 


18:28 
3.9 


23:03 
2.7 




W 


9 


4:46 
5.4 


11:56 
0.5 


18:11 
8.8 


28:20 
2.0 


s 
P 


S 


9 


0:16 
2.S 


C:23 
6.1 


18:89 
-0.9 


20:11 
4.5 


P 


S 


9 


5:06 
5.4 


12:34 
—0.3 


19:15 
4.4 




Th'lO 


5:42 
6.9 


12:55 
-0.3 


19:19 
4.1 


• • • 




8 


10 


1:11 
2.1 


7:14 
6.4 


14:24 
—1.3 


20:52 

4.8 




8 


10 


0:18 
2.4 


6:14 
5.7 


13:21 

-0.7 


19:55 

4.8 


F 11 

1 


0:18 
2.0 


6:33 
6.3 


18:46 
—1.0 


20:16 
4.4 




M 


11 


2:00 
1.8 


8:04 
6.7 


15:08 
—1.4 


21:28 
.5.0 


. 


M 


11 


1:15 
1.8 


7:10 
6.0 


14:02 
-0.9 


20:30 
5.1 


P S 12 


1:13 
2.0 


7:24 
6.7 


14:84 
—1.5 


21:02 
4.6 


• 


Tu 


12 


2:44 
1.6 


8:46 
6.6 


15:40 
—1.3 


22:04 
5.1 




Tu 


12 


1:58 
1.8 


8:00 
6.2 


14:40 
-0.8 


21 KK) 
5.3 


•s IS 

• 


13 


2:00 
1.9 


8:06 
6.9 


16:18 
—1.7 


21:46 
4.6 




W 


13 


8:26 
1.8 


9:80 
6.4 


16:15 
—0.9 


22:39 
6.1 


• 


W 


13 


2:88 
0.9 


8:40 
6.1 


15:15 
—0.6 


21:31 
5.5 




M 


14 


2:46 
1.8 


8:60 
6.9 


16:69 
—1.7 


22:80 
4.7 




Th 


14 


4:08 
1.2 


10:11 
6.1 


16:48 
-0.5 


23:09 
5.1 




Th 


14 


8:17 
0.7 


9:24 
5.9 


15:44 
-0.2 


22:00 
5.5 




Tull5 

j 


3:31 

1.8 


9:85 
6.6 


16:40 
—1.4 


23:12 

4.7 


E 


F 


15 


4:51 
1.2 


10:52 
6.4 


17:19 
0.2 


23:89 
5.1 


£ 


F 


15 


8:56 
0.5 


10:02 
6.5 


16:14 
0.4 


22:28 
5.5 




W 16 

j 


4:16 
1.9 


10:20 
6.2 


17:20 
—1.0 


23:64 
4.7 




S 


16 


6:86 
L8 


11:38 

4.7 


17:49 
0.9 


. . . 




8 


16 


4:36 
0.5 


10:40 
5.1 


16:46 
0.8 


22:66 
6.2 




Thll? 

I 


5K» 
1.9 


11:08 
5.6 


18:00 
-0.3 


. . . 




8 


17 


0:13 
5.0 


6:22 
1.5 


12:21 
4.1 


18:25 
1.5 




8 


17 


5:05 
0.8 


11:15 
4.6 


17:18 
1.4 


23:16 
6.1 




f'i8 


0:88 
4.7 


6.-02 
2.0 


11:55 
4.9 


18:38 
0.4 




M 


18 


0:49 
4.8 


7:20 
1.7 


13:16 
3.5 


18:54 
2.0 




M 


18 


5:48 
1.0 


11:56 
3.9 


17:27 

1.8 


23:46 
4.9 


£ 


S 


19 


1:15 
4.8 


7K)6 
2.0 


12:49 
4.2 


19:16 
1.0 


D 


Tu 


19 


1:82 
4.6 


8:50 
1.8 


14:66 
3.0 


19:24 
2.4 




Tu 


19 


6:39 
1.2 


12:45 
2.6 


17:46 
2.8 




s 


20 


2K)6 

4.8 


8:28 
2.0 


13:59 
8.6 


20.10 
1.6 




W 


20 


2:86 
4.6 


10:52 
1.6 


17:62 
3.0 


20:36 
2.8 




W 


20 


0:20 
4.7 


7:50 
1.4 


14:24 
3.0 


17:66 
2.8 


DM 


21 


3:03 
4.7 


10:03 

1.8 


15:38 
3.3 


21:11 
2.0 


A 


Th 


21 


8:66 
4.6 


12:12 
1.1 


19:18 
3.4 


22:52 
3.0 


^i^'' 


21 


1:06 
4.4 


9:30 
1.4 






Tu 22 

1 


4K)7 

4.8 


11:36 
1.4 


17:36 
8.2 


22:22 
2.5 




F 


22 


6:10 
4.6 


13:00 
0.6 


19:52 
8.7 




N 


F 


22 


2:23 
4.2 


11:05 
1.2 


19:09 
3.6 


22:20 
8.8 




W 23 

1 


5H)6 
4.9 


12:40 
0.9 


19:00 
3.3 


28:80 
2.6 


N 


S 


23 


0:10 
2.9 


6:02 
4.9 


13:30 

0.2 


20:18 
4.0 




S 


23 


4:00 
4.2 


12K)0 
0.8 


19:18 
4.0 


23:55 
3.0 


A 


Th 24 

j 


5:56 
5.1 


13:24 
—0.6 


19:56 
3.6 






8. 


24 


0:68 
2.7 


6:45 
5.2 


14KX) 
-0.1 


20:40 
4.4 




8 


24 


5:20 
4.5 


12:40 
0.5 


19:34 
4.3 






f:25 


0:24 
2.7 


6:84 
5.4 


13:59 
0.0 


20:36 
3.9 




M 


25 


1:36 
2.4 


7:22 
5.4 


14:28 
-0.4 


21:00 
4.6 




M 


25 


0:42 
2.5 


6:18 
4.7 


13:15 
0.2 


19:54 
4.7 




S 26 


1:08 
2.7 


7:09 
5.5 


14:29 
-0.3 


21:10 
4.0 




Tu 


26 


2:04 
2.1 


8K)0 
6.7 


14:62 
-0.5 


21:20 

4.7 




Tu 


26 


1:15 
2.1 


7:04 
5.1 


13:42 
0.1 


20:12 
5.0 


N 


8 27 


1:42 
2.6 


7:39 
5.7 


14:58 
—0.6 


21:35 
4.1 


O 


W 


27 


2:34 

1.8 


8:34 
6.8 


15:16 
—0.5 


21:42 

• 4.8 




W 


27 


1:48 
1.6 


7:42 
5.4 


14:11 
0.0 


20:30 
5.2 


iM 28 

' i 


2.12 
2.5 


8:13 
5.9 


15:28 
—0.7 


21:69 
4.2 




Th 


28 


8H)5 
1.5 


9:09 
5.8 


16:42 
-0.8 


22:00 
6.0 




Th 


28 


2:19 
1.0 


8:20 
5.5 


14:37 
0.1 


20:55 
5.4 


O.Tu;29 


2:41 
2.4 


?<:44 
5.8 


15:48 
—0.7 


22:20 
4.3 
















2 


F 


29 


2:52 
0.6 


9:00 
6.5 


15:10 
0.8 


21:25 
6.6 


i W 30 


8:11 
2.2 


9:15 
5.8 


16:14 
—0.6 


22:45 

4.4 


















S 


30 


3:30 
0.3 


9:10 
6.5 


J 5:45 
0.6 


21:52 
5.6 




Th 


31 


8:46 
2.0 


9:48 
5.7 


16:41 
-0.3 


'23:05 
4.5 


















8 


31 


4:04 
0.1 


10:15 
5.2 


16:15 
1.0 


22:20 
5.6 



The tides are placed in the order of occurrence, with their times on the first line and heights on the second line of each day; 

I a comparison ol consecutive heights will indicate whether it is high or low water. The heights, in feet and tenths, nre reckoned 

from Mean Lower Low Water, which is the datum of soundings on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Charts for this region, and 

' which is 2.9 feet below mean sea level. To find the depth of water, add the tabular height to the soundings given on the chart, 

unlefw a minus (— ) sign is before the height, in which case subtract it. 

The time used is Pacific Standard. TiOth Meridian W.: 0»»t8 midnight. 12>« is noon; all hours less than 12 are in the forenoon 
(a. m. ) , all greater are in the afternoon (p. m. ) and when diminished by 12 give the times after noon ; for instance. 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 
I #. new moon: ^, 1st quar.; Q, full moon; C. 3d quar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon farthest north or south of the 
equator: A, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 



150 



SAN DIEGO (UPlaya), CALIFORNIA, 1907. 



APRIL. 


S 




MAY. 


rhand 


— 







JUNE. 






dlDayof- 


Time and Height of High and 
Low water. 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of His 
LowWater. 


JDayof- 


Time and Height of High and 
LowWater. 


o 


W.'Mo. 


W. |Mo. 


s i w. 


Mo. 


I 


M 1 


4:48 
0.0 


11:00 16:48 
4.8 L5 


22:56 
5.C 




W 1 


6:38 
-0.6 


12:15 17K© 
4.0 2.3 


23:18 
6.8 




s 


1 


0:06 
6.5 


7:30 
-0.3 


14:42 
4,4 


19 V 


PJTu! 2 


6::« 
0.0 


11:56 17:25 
4.2 1.9 


23:40 
5.5 


s Th; 2 

1 j 


6:38 
-0.3 


13:36 17:58 
3.9 2.8 


. . . 


1 


2 


1:16 
4.8 


8:84 
0.2 


15:44 

4.7 


•J. 1 ' 


Iw 


3 


6:40 
0.2 


13:10 18K)8 
3. 7 2. 4 


. . . 


F' 3 

1 


0:13 
5.3 


7:52 15:14 
-0.1 3.9 


19:27 
3.1 


M 3 


2:46 
4.3 


9:38 
0.6 


16:34 

4.9 


22* 

1 I' 


jTh 


4 


0:30 
5.2 


8:01 15:12 
0.8 3.6 


19:16 
2.9 


cl S 4 

1 1 


1:28 
4.8 


9:11 16:84 
0.1 4.3 


21:29 
2.9 


Tu 4 


4:15 

4.1 


10:36 
0.9 


17 -JO 




1 FJ 5 


1:44 
4.9 


9:40 17.-04 
0. 3 3. 8 


21:20 
2.9 


; S 5 


2:02 
4.5 


10:24 17:28 
0.3 4.7 


28:02 
2.3 


E 


W 5 


5:84 
4.1 


11:30 
L2 


1S:&4 
5.4 




1 S ' 6 


3:20 
4.9 


11:03 18:09 
0. 1 4. 3 


23:09 
2.6 




M 


6 


4:38 
4.5 


11:25 18:06 
0.4 5.1 


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Th 


6 


0:40 
0.8 


6:38 
4.2 


12:20 
1.4 


JS.L 


's 


7 


4:51 
4.9 


12:06 18:50 
-0.1 4.8 


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0K)8 
1.5 


5:54 12:15 
4.7 0.6 


18:41 
6.4 




F 


7 


1:25 
0.3 


7:80 
4.3 


12:.=i8 
1.7 


l^:U 




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8 


0:17 
2.0 


6K)4 12:58 
5.2 —0.2 


19:25 
5.2 


E|W 8 


0:56 
0.8 


6:6'> 18:00 
4. 9 0. 7 


19:15 
6.6 




S 


8 


—0.1 


8:22 
4.2 


13:32 
2.0 


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1H)8 
1.8 


7:(M 13:86 
5. 4 -0. 1 


19:56 
5.5 


JTh 9 


1:36 
0.4 


7:41 13:40 
5.0 1.0 


19:46 

5.8 




8 9 


2:47 
-0.3 


9:07 
4.1 


14:H0 
2.2 


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1:58 
0.8 


7:64 14:11 
5.6 0.2 


20:26 
5.7 


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2:18 
0.0 


8:'28 14:10 
4.9 L8 


20:14 

5.8 


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3:22 
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9:S0 
3.9 


14^24 

2.0 


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2:32 
0.3 


8:40 14:48 
5.6 0.4 


21:00 
5.7 


S ill 

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2:56 
-0.2 


9:07 14:35 
4. 6 1.7 


20:40 
5.9 


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3:58 
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10:80 
8.7 


14:45 
2-7 


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3:10 
0.1 


9:16 15:15 
5.4 0.7 


21:21 
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3:31 
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9:48 15.-00 
4.3 2.0 


21:07 
6.8 


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4:25 
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11:08 
3.7 


15:04 

2.8 


21 r'V 




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13 


3:39 
0.0 


9:56 15:40 
5.0 L2 


21:45 
5.7 




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13 


4:08 
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10:28 15:18 
4.0 2.3 


21:28 
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4:56 
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11:50 
3.5 


15:30 
2.9 


21:. 
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14 


4:16 
0.1 


10:29 16:00 
4.5 L6 


22:07 
5.6 




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4:88 
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11K)7 16:34 
3.7 2.4 


21:52 
5.5 


. F 14 


6:25 
-0.1 


12:28 
8.6 


16:06 
3.0 


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M 


15 


4:60 
0.3 


11:06 16:20 
4.0 L9 


22:30 
6.3 




W 


15 


6:10 
0.0 


11:60 15:60 
3.4 2.7 


22:15 
6.8 


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6:58 
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18:00 
3.7 


16:55 
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5:28 
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11:46 16:82 
8.5 2.8 


22:68 
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16 


6:46 
0.8 


12:40 16:10 
8.8 2.9 


22:40 
5.1 




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6:38 
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18:46 
4.0 


18:14 
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0.7 


12:85 .16:42 
8.2 2.7 


28:18 
4.9 




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17 


6:26 
0.5 


13:60 16:44 
8.6 8.1 


23:19 

4.8 




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7:20 
0.6 


14:33 
4.3 


19:48 
2.9 




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0.9 


14:10 16:54 
3.1 3.0 


23:55 
4.6 




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7:18 
0.7 


16:20 18:00 
8.6 8.8 




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1:10 
4.2 


8:14 
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15:24 
4.6 


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F 19 


8:08 
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20 


0:15 
4.4 

1:43 
4.1 


8:16 16:09 
0.8 8.9 

9:20 16:46 
0.9 4.3 


20:35 
3.4 

22.-21 
2.9 


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Th 


19 
20 


2:88 
3.8 

4:16 
8.8 


9:12 
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16:10 
4.9 

16:66 
5.2 


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0:52 
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9:80 18:16 
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21:30 
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21 


2:45 
4.0 


10:48 18:18 
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28:16 
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3:80 
3.9 


10:18 17:16 
1.0 4.7 


28:26 
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6:38 
8.9 


1115 
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17:40 
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4:80 
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11:84 18:80 
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4:56 
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11:12 17:60 
1.0 5.1 


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6:46 
4.1 


12:05 
1.7 


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0:08 
2.8 


6:43 12:17 
4.2 0.7 


18:50 
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19:15 
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4.6 1.2 


19:00 
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8:42 
4.4 


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7:21 18:34 
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19:45 
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7:62 1837 
4.7 1.4 


19:40 
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8:02 
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4.4 


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8:08 14:06 
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20:16 
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8:48 14.-06 
4.7 L5 


20:16 
6.6 


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8:60 
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1035 
4.4 


15.12 
2.1 


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2:84 
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8:47 14:40 
5.2 0.9 


20:47 
6.0 


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8:06 
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9:34 14:48 
4.6 1.7 


20:56 
6.6 


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4:86 
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11:16 
4.5 


16K)0 
2.2 


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S 28 


3:15 
—0.5 


9:32 16:13 
5.1 1.2 


21:18 
6.2 


p|Tu 28 


3:66 
—1.3 


10:26 15:26 
4.6 2.0 


21:34 
6.5 


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1 


5:26 
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12:06 
4.5 


16:55 
2.3 


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3:57 
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10:19 16:46 
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21:52 
6.2 


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4:44 
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11:22 16:06 
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22:17 
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6:11 
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4.5 


18«> 
2.3 


23 V 

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4:45 
-0.8 


11:10 16:22 
4.4 2.0 


22:34 
6.0 


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5:35 
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12:24 17:00 
4.2 2.7 


28K)6 
5.9 




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7:00 
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13.50 
4.7 


19:14 
2.3 




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6:32 
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13:38 18:04 
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1 1 










Thetld 
a compari.s 
from Mean 
which la 2 
unless a m 

TheUi 
(a.m.).all 

•. nev 
equator, A 


les are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whe 
Lower Low Water, which Is the datum of 
9 feet below mean sea level. To And the cl( 
inus (— ) sign is before the height, in which 
ne u.sed is Pacific Standard, 120th Meridian 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and whe 
V moon. J), 1st quar.; O. full moon; (J, 3d 
, P. unxm in apogee or perigee. • 


th their times on the first line ai 
ther It is high or low water. Tl 
soundings on the Coast and G 
?pth of water, add the tabular h 
ca.se subtract it. 

\V.. Oh i.s midnight, 12«« is noon: 
Q diminished by 12 give the tim< 
quar.; £, moon on the equator; 


id 1 
leh 
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al] 
ssa 


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etic 
httc 

hoi 
ften 
S, nr 


titso 
tfl,ii 
Sur 
>the 

ITS U 

noon 
lOon 


n the second line of e*ch d&j 
1 feet and tenths, are recknor-i 
irey Charts for this regioi. »i:l 
soundings given on the chart. 

»B than 12 are in the foren^ir*:. 
: for instance, 16:47 Is 3:47 p. la 
farthest north or south of *t< 



SAN DIEGO (La Playa), CALIFORNIA, 1907. 



151 



JULY. 


AUGUST. 


SEPTEMBER. ,| 


s [Day of— 


Time and Height of Hl^h &ad 
Low Wftttrr. 


IS 


Day of- 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


"^ 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


^ W. Mo. 


w. 


Hu. 


W. 


Mo. 


M 1 

1 


1:00 
4.7 


7:50 
0.4 


U:4iJ 

4.« 


2.1 




Th 


1 


8:10 8:48 
3.6 2.0 


15:36 

4.8 


22:56 
L3 




S 


1 


6:45 
3.5 


10:46 
3.1 


16:50 
4.6 


1 


i Tu 2 


2:15 
4.1 


8:40 
1.0 


1&:S5 


2'J:(^ 
1.7 




F 


2 


4:58 9:52 
3.8 2.4 


16:88 
5.0 




N 
A 


M 


2 


0:35 
0.6 


7:30 
3.8 


12:00 

2.8 


17:48 . 

4.7 1 


W 3 


3:43 
8.7 


9:45 
1.4 


16:2« 
iJ.l 


23:20 
L3 




s 


S 


0:10 6:30 
0. 9 3. 4 


IIKW 
2.6 


17:30 
6.1 




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3 


1:12 
0.3 


8HM 
4.1 


12:50 
2.6 


18:32 
4.9 


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1 1 


5:10 
3.7 


10:45 
L8 


17:20 
5.S 


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4 


1:05 7:85 
0.4 3.6 


12K)6 
2.7 


18:17 
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4 


1:45 
0.0 


8:20 
4.4 


13:2rj 
2.4 


19:15 
5.2 


iF 5 


0:26 
0.8 


6:2tt 
3.7 


11:86 


1^:06 
6.5 


A 


M 


6 


1:44 8:20 
0.1 3.8 


12:50 
2.6 


18:66 
6.4 




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5 


2:10 
—0.1 


8:45 
4.5 


13:54 
2.1 


19:47 1 
5.4 1 


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1:16 
0.3 


7:30 
8.7 


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13:42 

6.7 


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Tu 


6 


2:15 8:58 
-0.2 4.0 


13:32 
2.6 


19:30 
6.5 




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2:36 
—0.2 


9:05 
4.7 


14:25 
L8 


20:22 
5.5 


S 7 


2:00 
-0.1 


8:2sl 
3.7 


J, 4 


19^16 
5.7 


w 


7 


2:45 9:26 
—0.3 4.1 


14:06 
2.6 


20K)0 
6.6 


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7 


3:00 
-0.1 


9:22 

4.8 


14:54 
Lo 


20:.% 
5.5 


M 8 


2:36 
—0.3 


9:lu 
8.7 


13:40 


19:4ri 

an 


• Th 


' 


3:11 9:60 
—0.4 4.2 


14:32 
2.4 


20:34 
6.6 




S 


8 


3:20 
0.1 


9:38 
5.0 


15:26 
LI 


21:28 j 
5.4 1 


A Ta 9 


3:10 
—0.5 


9:60 
8.7 


2.6 


30:11 
5.^ 


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9 


3:35 10:10 
-0.4 4.8 


15:08 
2.2 


21:05 
6.6 


E 


M 


9 


3:45 
0.3 


10:00 
5.1 


16:00 
0.9 


22K)4 
5.2 


• W , 10 


8:40 
-0.5 


10:24 
8.« 


14:a5 
MLS 


20:4,1 
h.1 




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10 


4:00 10:80 
—0.3 4.4 


15:36 
2.0 


21:37 
5.5 




Tu 


10 


4:16 
0.6 


10:28 
5.2 


16:35 
0.7 


22.46 
5.0 


Th 11 


4:06 
-0.6 


10:62 
8.K 


16:02 
2.7 


21:14 

5,G 




§ 


u 


4:24 10:48 
-0.1 4.5 


16:10 
1.9 


22:10 
6.3 




W 


11 


4:50 
LO 


11:04 
5.1 


17:18 
0.7 


23:26 
4.5 


F 12 


4:85 
-0.4 


11:17 
8.8 


16:38 
2.6 


2iA4 
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M 


12 


4:60 11:12 
0.2 4.7 


16:62 
L7 


22-.60 
4.9 




Th 


12 


5.-26 
L6 


11:40 
5.1 


18:15 
0.7 


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1 


4:67 
-0.2 


11:40 
4.0 


16:15 
2.6 


22:17 
5.3 


K;Tq 

1 


13 


6:19 11:46 
0.6 4.8 


17:40 
L6 


28:35 
4.5 




F 


13 


0:26 
3.9 


6:04 
L9 


12:27 
6.1 


19:34 
0.8 


1 S 14 


635 
0.0 


12:05 
4.2 


17:03 
2.6 


4.9 




W 


U 


6:56 12:24 
1.0 4.9 


18:34 
L6 


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D 


S 


14 


1:65 
3.5 


6:56 
2.3 


13:34 
5.0 


21:12 
0.7 


xM 15 


6:68 
0.8 


12:42 
4.3 


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!Th 


15 


0:34 6:38 
4.1 L6 


18:10 
4.9 


19:52 
1.8 




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15 


4:22 
8.6 


8:26 
2.8 


14:58 
6.0 


22:48 , 
0.3, 


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1 1 


6:36 
0.6 


18:26 
4.6 


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16 


1:48 7:30 
8.6 1.9 


14:13 
5.0 


21:80 
LI 


s 


M 


16 


5:54 
3.8 


10:22 
2.8 


16:26 
5.2 


•23:56 
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E W ' 17 


0:45 
4.1 


7:21 
1.0 


14:12 
4.7 


20:22 
10 


1 


17 


8:52 8:40 
3.8 2.3 


16:26 
6.2 


28:06 
0.6 




Tu 


17 


6:45 
4.8 


11:46 
2.4 


17:40 
6.5 


: : : 


^ Th 18 


2:10 
3.7 


8:2n 
1.5 


15!07 
4,9 


21:54 
1.5 


|s 


18 


5:40 10:13 
3.6 2.5 


16:40 
6.6 




p 


W 


18 


0:48 
—0.6 


7:26 

4.8 


12:45 
L8 


18:40 
6.9 


F|19 


3:61 
8.6 


9.-21 
L8 


16:07 
6.3 


23:15 
O.H 


s 


M 


19 


0:14 6:52 
-0.1 3.9 


11:34 
2.6 


17:46 
6.8 




Th 


19 


1:34 
-0.7 


8:00 
5.1 


13:32 
L3 


19:80 
6.1 


S ,20 


6:80 
8.6 


10:82 
2.0 


17:1)5 
5.7 






T« 


20 


1:07 7:42 
—0.7 4.4 


12:40 
2.1 


18:45 
6.8 




F 


20 


2:12 
—0.7 


8:30 
5.4 


14:16 
0.8 


20:20 
6.1 


; S'21 

1 


0:23 
0.0 


6:47 
8.8 


2.1 


6.1 


1 


21 


1:55 8:24 
—LI 4.6 


13:30 

L8 


19:35 
6.6 


O 


S 


21 


• 2:44 
-0.6 


9:02 
6.6 


14:66 
0.6 


21:06 ! 
6.0 1 


|M 22 


1:17 
—0.7 


7:47 
4.2 


12:37 
2,1 


18:5"2 
6,5 


Th 


22 


2:36 9:02 
— L2 4.9 


14:18 
1.4 


20:22 
6.6 


E 


s 


22 


3:16 
-0.1 


9:30 
6.7 


15:38 
0.2 


21:45 
6.7 


s Tuj 23 

1 ! 


2:10 
—1.2 


8:8H 
4. a 


13:W 
2.0 


19:40 
fl.7 


O F 


23 


3:16 9:38 
—1. 1 6. 1 


16:04 
L2 


21:08 
6.4 




M 


23 


8:66 
0.8 


10:05 
5.6 


16:20 
0.3 


22:26 
5.2 1 


^|W 


24 


2:66 
—1.5 


9:25 
4.6 


HtSO 
L9 




\^ 


24 


8:68 10:12 
-0.8 6.2 


16:60 
LO 


21:64 
6.1 




Tu 


24 


4:27 
0.9 


10:33 
6.5 


16:50 
0.4 


23.-05 1 
4.6 




Th 


25 


8:36 
— L6 


10:0H 
4.7 


15:10 
L8 


6.7 


% 


25 


4:28 10:46 
-0.4 6.8 


16:36 
0.9 


22:40 
6.6 




W 


25 


4:65 
L4 


11:00 
5.3 


17:36 
0.6 


28:50 1 
3.9 1 




F 


26 


4:20 
—1.4 


10:4H 

4.8 


1.7 


22:00 
6.4 


K,M 


26 


6K)0 11:18 
0.2 6.2 


17:20 
1.0 


28:25 
4.9 




Th 


26 


6:19 
L9 


11:31 
5.1 


18:30 
0.9 


. . . 1 


s 


27 


5:00 
-1.0 


11:3C) 

4.8 


16:4a 
1.7 


22:60 
5.H 


Tu 


27 


6:36 11:64 
0.9 6.0 


18:06 
1.2 


. . . 




F 


27 


0:62 
3.4 


6:43 
2.2 


12:06 
4.7 


19:41 
LI 


s 


28 


5:40 
-0.5 


12:10 
4.0 


17:42 

L7 


23:42 
5,2 


W 


28 


0:16 6:18 
4.8 L6 


12:32 
4.9 


19:04 
L3 




S 


28 


2:46 
3.1 


6:00 
2.8 


12:55 
4.4 


21:17 
1.2 


E M 


29 


6:20 
0.2 


12:60 
4.9 


18:48 
1,7 


. . . 


Th 


29 


1:12 6:60 
3.7 2.0 


13:20 

4.7 


20:30 
L4 


1 


s 


29 


6:04 
8.6 


7:20 
3.3 


14:15 
4.2 


22:46 1 
1.0 


Tu 30 

1 


0:35 
4.5 


7K)0 
0.9 


13:40 
4.9 


19:55 
1.7 


€ F 


30 


2:50 7:82 
3.1 2.6 


14:16 
4.6 


22:12 
L3 


A 


M 


30 


6:40 
3.8 


10:40 
8.4 


15:53 
3.8 


23:43 
0.8 


d 1 w ; 31 


1:45 
3.9 


7:51 
L4 


4.8 


21:17 

l.U 


ft 


" 


6:10 8:60 
8.2 2.9 


15:34 
4.5 

the firs 
low wa 
>astand 
bular h< 

ht. 12«> i 
12 give 
n the ( 


28:40 
LO 








n the 8ec( 
I feet and 
art* for tl 
gs given 

ss than li 
; for insta 
farthest 






1 


The tid 
a comparis 
from Mean 
ia2.9feetb 
minus ( — ) 

The tin 

(a.m.), all 

•. ne 

equator; A 


es are placed in the order of occ 
on of consecutive heights will i 
Lower Low Water, which is the 
alow mean sea level. To find th 
sign is before the height, in wh 
ae used is Pacific Standard, 120t 
greater are in the afternoon (p. i 
wr moon; }), 1st quar.; O. 'u^l ™ 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


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[idi< 
dat 
le c 
ich 
hn 
n.) 

LOOI 


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2ate 
um< 
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case 
aerie 
and 


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whe 
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I of 1 
>sub 
lian 
whe 
,3d 


th their times on 
ther it is high or 
Lindings on the C( 
vater, add the ta 
tract it. 

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n diminished by 
(luar.; E, moon c 


t line a 
ter. Tl 
Geodet 
Jight to 

B noon; 
the tim 
equator 


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th« 

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loon 
aoon 


)nd line of each day; • 
tenths, are reckoned 
lis region, and which 
m the chart, unlet*s a 

J are in the forenoon 
nee, 16:47 is 3:47 p. m. 
north or south of the 



152 



SAN DIEGO (La Playa), CALIFORNIA, 1907. 



OCTOBER. 


NOVEMBER. 


DECEMBER. j 


B 'Day of— 
S W. |Mo. 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


S 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


S 


Day of— 
W. Mo. 


Time and-ldeightof High and 
Low water. 


W. Mo. 


,Tu 1 


7:00 
4.0 


12:00 17:12 
2.9 4.8 




f!i 


«:85 
5.0 


12:40 
L6 


18:22 
4.4 




" 7| 1 


6:08 
5.4 


12:42 
0.7 


18:44 . . . 
4.8 .. . 


W 2 

1 1 


0:25 
0.6 


7:20 12:38 
4.5 2.4 


18.-06 
4.6 


1 S 1 2 

1 1 


0:34 
0.8 


6:56' 
5.8 


18:12 
LO 


19K)6 
4.7 


M 2 


0:25 
L4 


6:40 
5.8 


183& 19:3r> 
0. 4. 4 


,Th| 3 


0:55 
0.4 


7:38 18:10 
4.8 2.0 


18:55 

4.8 


E| S| 3 


1:12 
0.8 


7:24 
5.6 


18:40 
0.4 


19:47 
•4.9 


ITu 

1 


3 


1X» 
L6 


7:16 
6.2 


14:10 2034 

-0.7 4.6 


f:4 


1:28 
0.4 


7:54 13:38 
5.0 1.5 


19:31 
5.0 


M 4 

1 


1:40 
0.9 


7:52 
6.9 


14:16 
—0.1 


20:29 
5.0 


w 


4 


1:40 
L6 


7:65 
6.5 


14:50 21 :L^ 
—LI 4-4 


1 S 5 

1 • 


1:50 
0.4 


8:10 14:07 
6.2 1.0 


20:08 
6.2 


• Tu 5 


2:12 
LI 


8:22 
6.1 


14-.64 
-0.5 


21:10 
4.9 


• Th 


5 


2:18 
L7 


8:80 
6.7 


15:82 22:00 
— L4 4.4 


' t 


2:20 
0.4 


8:32 14:40 
5.4 0.5 


20:42 
5.3 


Wl 6 


2:42 
L8 


8:52 
6.2 


15:34 
-0.8 


21:55 
4.7 


P 


Fj 6 


2:66 
2.0 


9:10 
6.7 


16:18 2232 
— L4 4.3 


• M' 7 

1 ■ ' 


2:50 
0.6 


9:00 15:12 
5.5 0.3 


21:20 
5.3 


Th' 7 

1 1 


8:16 
L6 


9:25 
6.3 


16:20 
-0.8 


22:44 
4.8 


8 


S 1 7 

1 


8:88 
2.2 


9.50 
6.5 


17:08 2350 
— L2 4.2 


iTuj 8 


3:20 
0.8 


9:24 15:40 
5.6 0.0 


21:54 
6.0 


P| F, 8 


8:50 
2.0 


10:08 
6.2 


17:08 
-0.7 


28:42 
4.0 




8 


8 


435 
2.4 


10:38 
6.1 


18K» . . . 
-4).9 , . . 


W' 9 

1 1 


8:46 
1.1 


9:52 16:25 
5. 7 —0. 1 


2257 
4.6 


s 


S ' 9 

1 


4.-28 
2.2 


10:45 
6.9 


18:06 
-0.5 


. . . 




Ml 9 


0:50 
4.1 


635 
2.6 


11:30 18:&S 
5.7 — ti.4 


|Th,10 


4:17 
1.6 


10:25 17:10 
5.7 -0.1 


23:29 
4.1 




S 10 


0:56 
3.8 


5:20 
2.8 


11:87 
5.5 


19:14 
-0.2 




Tu 10 


1:56 
4.8 


6:40 
2.8 


12:86 19^^ 

5.0 ai 


If u 


4:50 
1.9 


11:06 18:08 
5.6 0.1 


.• . . 


Im 11 


2:85 
8.9 


6:40 
8.0 


12:45 
5.0 


20:28 
0.1 


D 


w'li 

1 


8:00 
4.5 


8:20 
2,6 


UM 21 m* 
4.4 U.fc 


S 12 


0:38 
3.7 


5:34 11:53 
2.3 5.3 


19r22 
0.3 


> ! Tu' 12 

j 


4:00 
4.2 


8:40 
3.0 


14:20 
4.7 


al.50 
0.3 


|Th|12 


4:00 
4.8 


10.-00 
2.0 


16:35 22:00 
4.1 1.1 


s 


S'13 

1 


2:27 
3.6 


6:36 18:02 
2.8 5.0 


20:58 
0.3 




W 13 


6K)0 
4.6 


10.'26 
2.4 


16.-00 
4.5 


22:50 
0.5 


K 


F 


13 


4:50 
5.1 


1130 
L4 


17K)4 23:0.> 
4.1 1.2 


1 


M 


14 


4:32 
3.8 


8:87 14:87 
3.0 4.8 


22:2i 
0.2 




Th 14 


5:40 
5.0 


11:40 
L6 


17:21 
4.6 


28:44 
0.6 




S 


14 


5:88 
5.4 


12:15 
0.8 


18:16 23:5^ 
4-2 L4 




Tu 


15 


5:39 
4.8 


10:36 16:14 
2.7 4.8 


28.30 
0.0 




fIi5 

1 


6:14 
5.4 


12:31 
0.8 


18:26 
4.8 


. . . 




s 


15 


6:18 
6.7 


18:10 
0.2 


19:15 . . . 
4.8 .. . 




W 


16 


6.-20 
4.8 


11:48 17:88 
2.0 5.1 




E 


S |16 


0:82 
0.7 


6:50 
5.7 


13:12 
0.3 


19:20 
6.0 




M 


16 


0:40 
1.7 


6:55 
5.9 


18A2 aOrO* 
— a8 4.2 




Th 


17 


0:20 
-0.1 


6:56 12:40 
5.2 1.8 


18.35 
5.4 




S 17 


1:15 
LO 


7.24 
6.9 


18:58 
-0.2 


20:08 
4.9 




Tull7 


1:18 
1.9 


7:80 
6.1 


14:35 20A) 
—0.6 4.1 




F 


18 


1:04 
0.0 


7:26 13:26 
5.6 0.6 


19:28 
6.5 


M|i8 

1 


1:48 
1.2 


7:54 
6.1 


14:27 
-0.5 


20:50 
4.7 




W 18 


1:50 
2.1 


8:00 
6.2 


15:14 21:42 
-0.7 4.0 


£ 


S 


19 


1:40 
0.2 


7:64 14:06 
5.7 0.2 


20:16 
6.6 


OiTu 19 

1 j 


2:15 
L6 


8:20 
6.2 


15:15 
-0.6 


21:84 
4.4 


o 


Th 19 


2:20 
2.4 


836 
6.1 


15:46 22:1* 
-0.7 a.» 




s 


20 


2:20 
0.4 


8:80 14:48 
6.9 -0.2 


20:55 
6.4 


|w;20 


2:42 
L9 


8:47 
6.1 


15*0 
—0.6 


22:15 
4.1 


N 


F 20 


2:42 
2.5 


8:55 
5.9 


16:15 22:55 
—0.6 3.7 


CM 


21 


2:50 
0.8 


8:56 15:19 
6.0 —0.3 


21:36 
5.1 


'Th 21 


8K)4 
2.2 


9:15 
6.0 


16:26 
—0.4 


22:55 
8.7 




S 21 


8:07 
2,7 


9:22 
5.8 


16:45 2S32 
—0.4 3,S 


|tu 


22 


8:17 
1.2 


9:21 15:68 
6.9 —0.3 


22:15 
4.6 


F'22 


8:24 
2.4 


9:49 
6.7 


17:00 
-0.2 


28:42 
8.5 


A 


S 


22 


8:82 
2,7 


9:50 
5.5 


17:18 . . . 
—0.2 ... 


jw 


23 


8:41 
1.6 


9:47 16:38 
6.8 -0.1 


22:58 
4.1 


N 1 S 23 


8:40 
2,6 


10:06 
6.4 


17:88 
0.1 


: : : 




M 


23 


0:16 
8.7 


4:01 
2.8 


10:14 17:45 
5.2 ai 


Th 24 


4:02 
2.0 


10:14 17:16 
6.5 0.2 


28:45 
3.6 


A 1 S 24 

1 1 


0:88 
8.5 


4:00 
2.9 


10:80 
6.1 


18:18 
0.4 




Tu 


24 


0:86 
3.7 


4:44 
8.0 


10:46 18:14 
4.9 0.4 


FI25 


4:20 
2.3 


10:40 18:00 
6. 3 0. 6 




MI25 

1 1 


1:54 
8.5 


4:86 
8.4 


11:00 
4.8 


19:00 
0.7 


!W125 
1 1 


1:16 
4.0 


6:40 
8.0 


11:30 18uM 
4.5 0.6 


S 26 


0:45 
3.3 


4:35 11:06 
2.8 4.9 


18:56 
0.8 


1 Tu, 26 

1 1 


8:80 
8.6 


5:20 
3.6 


11:46 
4.3 


20:00 
0.9 


Th 26 

I 1 


2:00 
4.2 


7:06 
2.9 


1236 19A«» 
4.1 0.9 


N SJ27 


2:65 
3.2 


4:40 11:40 
3.0 4.5 


20:&5 
LO 


(I|Wi27 


4:08 
8.8 


7:25 
3.5 


13:10 
3.9 


20:56 
1.1 


C , F ! 27 

i 


2:62 
4.4 


8:50 
2.6 


13:61 20:35 
3.6 L3 


am|28 


4:36 
3.6 


7:00 12:35 
3.2 4.1 


21:24 
1.1 


'Th'28 

1 


4:36 
4.8 


10:16 
2.9 


15:00 
8.7 


21:54 

L2 


E ' S 1 28 

1 1 


8:42 
4.7 


10:15 
2.1 


15:40 21:44 
3. 6 1. 6 


iTu,29 


6:05 
3.9 


9:10 14:85 
8.5 8.8 


22:30 
1.1 


!f 29 


5K)5 
4.7 


11 .-21 
2.2 


16:34 
3.6 


22:60 
L2 




8,29 


4:82 
6.0 


11:20 
1.4 


17:16 22:45 
3.6 l.fi 


,W 30 

1 


6:10 
4.3 


11:30 16:22 
2.9 8.8 


28:18 
LO 


E S ,30 

1 


5:85 
5.0 


12K)6 
L4 


17:47 
4.0 


28:42 
L3 




M'30 

1 


5:20 
5.6 


12:20 
0.5 


18:30 23:40 
3,8 1.9 


Th 31 


6:20 
4.6 


12:05 17:80 
2. 2 4. 1 


28:55 
0.9 














Tu31 


6K)5 
5.9 


18:14 
-0.3 


19:30 . . . 
4.9 .. . 

3 of each da v; 
arc reckontKi 
is region, and 
on the chart, 

the forienoon 
47 is 3:47 p. m. 
r south of the 


The tid 
a comparis 
from Mean 
which l8 2. 
unless a m 

The tiE 
1 (a.m.), all 

1 •, neu 
equator; A 


es are placed In the order of occurrence, wl 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whe 
Lower Low Water, which is the datum ol 
9 feet below mean sea level. To find the d( 
inus (— ) sign is before the height, in which 
ae ufied is Pacific Standard, 120th meridian 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and wht 
rmoon: ]). 1st quar.; Q. fu^^ moon; (J, 3d 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


th their times on the first line and heights c 
ther it is high or low water. The heiglits, ii 

soundings on the Coast and Geodetic Sur 
;pth of water, add the tabular height to the 

case subtract it. 

W.; 0»> is midnight. 12»» is noon; all hours Ic 
n diminished by 12 give the times after noon 
quar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


►n the second Mm 
1 feet and tenths 
vey Charts for th 
soundings given 

>8s than 12 are in 
; for instance. 16 
farthest north o 



SAN FRANCISCO ENTRANCE (Fort Point), CALIFORNIA, 1907. 



153 





JANUARY. 


J 


" 


FEBRUARY. 


' 




MARCH. 


" 


-■ ' 




c Day of— 
S W. Mo. 


Time and Height of High and 
LowWater. 


S 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
LowWater. 


c t)«yof- 

S W. Mo. 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Wfttur. 




W. Mo. 




1 Tu 1 


1:45 
4.5 


5:50 
3.4 


11:26 18:46 
6.3 —0.4 


F| 1 


2:04 
5.0 


7:10 12:47 
2.6 6.0 


19:34 
0.2 




Fj 1 


0:37 
5.2 


6:04 
1.8 


12:04 
5.3 


18:30 1 
0.4 1 






W; 2 


2.-26 

4.8 


6:89 
3.4 


12:00 19:22 
5. 2 —0. 3 


8 2 


2:83 
5.1 


8:00 13:39 
2.2 4.7 


20:16 
0.7 


£ 


Sj 2 


5.2 


6:48 
L5 


12:46 
5.0 


19:08 1 
0.9 , 






Th: 3 


2:58 
4.9 


7:27 
3.8 


12:40 20:00 
4. 9 -0. 1 


E 


S 3 


8:06 
5.1 


8:55 14:87 
1.9 4.4 


20:56 
1.8 




Si 3 

1 


1:34 
5.2 


7:38 
L2 


13:40 
4.9 


19:48 ; 
1.4; 




F 4 


8:31 
5.0 


8:21 
3.2 


13:81 20:41 
4.8 0.3 




M 4 


3:36 
5.1 


9:56 15:48 
L5 4.1 


21:38 
1.8 




M 


4 


2:04 
5.1 


8:30 
0.9 


14:45 
4.6 


20:26 ; 
1.9 




; s 5 


4:04 
5.0 


9:22 
2.7 


14:84 21:29 
4.4 0.7 


(C 


Tu 5 


4:15 
5.8 


10:53 17:25 
1.1 4.0 


22:28 
2.4 




Tu 


5 


2:40 
5.2 


9:21 
0.8 


16:05 
4.2 


21:18 
2.4 




E 


S 6 


4:39 
5.1 


10:25 
2.8 


15:58 22:12 
4.0 1.2 


W 6 


5:03 
5.4 


12:01 19:09 
0.6 4.0 


23:32 
2 6 


w 


6 


3:24 
5.2 


10:28 
0.6 


17:42 
4.0 


22:10 
2.0 




([ 


M 7 


5:12 
5.2 


11:32 
1.7 


17:80 23:04 
8.9 1.7 


Th 7 

i 


6:59 
5.5 


18:10 20:81 
0.2 4.2 




(C Th 


7 


4:20 
5.2 


11:40 
0.3 


19:15 
4.2 


23:20 
8.1 






Tu 8 


5:54 
5.4 


12:29 
1.1 


ltf:02 28:57 
4.0 2.2 




F 


8 


0:36 
3.0 


6:57 14:16 
5.7 -0.8 


21:38 
4.5 


s' F ! 8 


6:28 
5.2 


12:52 
0.0 


20:24 
4.4 






W 9 


6:87 
5.7 


13:32 
0.4 


20:29 . . . 
4.1 .. . 


s 
p 


8 


9 


1:40 
3.0 


7:56 15:10 
6.8 -0.7 


22:26 

4.7 


p j 8 9 


0:32 
3.3 


6:40 
5.3 


13:55 
-0.2 


21:15 
4.6 




Th 10 


IKM) 
2.6 


7:24 
5.9 


14:80 21:86 
-0.3 4.4 




S 


10 


2:48 
3.0 


8:58 16:02 
6.1 —1.0 


23:12 
5.0 




S 10 


1:46 
3.1 


7:50 
5.6 


14:60 
-0.4 


22:00 ' 
5.0 




F 11 


1:59 
2.7 


8:14 
6.1 


15:25 22:37 
-0.8 4.7 




M 


11 


3:46 
2.9 


9:60 16:50 
6.1 —1.1 


28:56 
6.2 




Mill 


2:50 
2.8 


8:52 
5.6 


15:40 
-0.5 


22:43 
6.3; 




P S 12 


2:58 
8.0 


9:06 
6.2 


16:16 28:80 
—1.3 5.0 


• 


Tu 12 


4:41 
2.6 


10:43 17:34 
6.0 — LO 






Tu 


12 


8:46 
2.4 


9:50 
5.7 


16:26 
—0.4 


23:20 
5.4 




s 

• 


SJ13 

1 


3:53 
8.0 


9:64 
6.3 


17:06 . . . 
— L5 . . . 




W 1 13 


0:37 
5.4 


5:35 11:86 
2. 4 6. 8 


18:15 
-0.7 


• 


W 


13 


4:35 
2.0 


10:45 
5.7 


17K)5 
-0.2 


28:61 
5.5 






M 14 


0:21 
5.1 


4:49 
8.0 


10:46 17:53 
6. 2 —1. 5 




Th 14 


1:14 
5.5 


6:27 12:28 
2.1 5.6 


18:57 
-0.2 




Th 


14 


6:26 
1.6 


11:84 
5.5 


17:46 
0.3 








Tu 15 


1:10 
5.8 


5:43 
2.9 


11:89 18:40 
6.0 —1.3 


E 


F 15 


1:50 
5.5 


7.-20 13:22 
1.9 6.1 


19:89 
0.4 


E j F 15 


0:26 
5.5 


6:12 
1.8 


12:24 
5.3 


18:30 
0.8 






W , 16 


1:56 
5.4 


6:39 
2.8 


12:88 19:25 
5.7 -0.8 


S 16 


2:30 
5.4 


8:16 14:20 
1.8 4.6 


20:20 
LI 




S 


16 


IKX) 
6.4 


7:00 
1.2 


13:15 
5.0 


19:06 1 
L4 1 






Th|l7 

1 


2:40 
5.5 


7:40 
2.7 


18:30 20:10 
5.2 -0.3 


f 


sjn 


3:10 
5.2 


9:15 16.-26 
L7 4.3 


21:00 
L7 




s 


17 


1:34 
6.2 


7:48 
LI 


14:12 
4.7 


19:42 
L8 






F 18 


8:21 
5.5 


8:48 
2.6 


14:33 20:61 
4.7 0.4 




M 18 


3:50 
5.1 


10:10 16:43 
1.6 4.0 


21:87 
2.2 




M 


18 


2:06 
5.1 


8:26 
LO 


15:16 
4.4 


20.-20 
2.3 




e: s 19 

1 


4:05 
5.4 


9:49 
2.8 


15:44 21:40 
4.2 1.0 


D 


Tu 


19 


4:31 
6.0 


11:12 18:10 
1.4 8.9 


22:20 
2.7 




Tu 


19 


2:40 
4.9 


9:24 
LO 


16:82 
4.1 


21:00 
2.7 






S,20 

1 


4:49 
5.4 


11:02 
2.0 


17:08 22:25 
3.9 1.5 




W 


20 


6:17 
4.9 


12:19 19:-29 
1.2 3.9 


23:17 
3.0 




W 


20 


3:16 
4.7 


10:18 
LO 


17:52 
4.0 


21:50 
8.0 




2),M 

1 \ 


21 


5:87 
5.8 


12:12 
1.7 


18:26 28:10 
8.9 2.2 


A Th 


21 


6:a5 
4.9 


13:17 20:35 
0.9 4.0 




A 


Th 


21 


4K)0 
4.6 


11:18 
LO 


19:06 
4.1 


22:48 
3.3 




' ITu22 

' 1 


6:20 
5.3 


13:11 
L3 


19:46 23:59 
3.9 2.6 




F 22 


0:20 
8.8 


6:55 14K)7 
6.0 0.6 


21:27 
4.4 


N 


F 


22 


4:56 
4.5 


12:16 
0.9 


20:04 
4.1 


23:58 
3.5 




; W , 23 


7:02 
5.3 


14:09 
0.9 


20:55 . . . 
8.9 .. . 


N 


S 23 


1:25 
3.3 


7:42 14:49 
6.1 0.2 


22:10 
4.5 




S 


23 


6:02 
4.5 


13:12 
0.7 


20:48 
4.5 


. . . 




A Th 24 


0:5e 
2.9 


7:41 
5.3 


14:.51 21:50 
0.4 4.2 




S 24 


2.-23 
3.2 


8:28 16:27 
5.2 0.0 


22:45 
4.7 




s 


24 


1:12 
3:3 


7:05 
4.5 


13:58 
0.6 


21:24 
4.8 






F 25 


1:46 
3.0 


8:19 
5.4 


15:31 22:40 
0. 1 4. 4 




M 25 


3:12 
3.0 


9:10 16:02 
5.2 -0.2 


28:17 
4.9 




M 


25 


2:10 
2.9 


8:04 
4.7 


14:40 
0.4 


21:54 
5.0 






S 26 


2:39 
3.2 


8:.% 
5.4 


16:05 23:22 
—0.2 4.5 




Tu 26 

1 


3:56 
2.8 


9:55 16:39 
5.3 —0.2 


23:45 
5.0 




Tu 


26 


2:55 
2.6 


8:55 
5.0 


15:20 
0.4 


22:18 
5.2 




N 

1 


s|27 


3:27 
3.2 


9:30 
6.5 


16:39 . . . 
—0.5 . . . 


G W 27 

; 1 


4:39 
2.5 


10:39 17:14 
• 5.4 -0.1 






W 27 


3:40 
2.1 


9:45 
5.1 


16K)0 
0.4 


22:45 
5.3 




1 


M 28 


0:00 
4.7 


4:10 
3.3 


10:09 17:13 
5.5 -0.6 


Th 28 

1" 


0:10 
5.1 


5:20 11:19 
2.2 5.4 


17:49 
0.1 




Th 


28 


4:20 
1.6 


10:25 
5.3 


16:44 
0.5 


23:15: 
5.4 




c 


Tu 29 


4.8 


4:56 
3.4 


10:46 . 17:46 
5.5 —0.5 


i 








i 


F 


29 


5:00 
1.2 


11:10 
5.3 


17:21 
0.8 


23:40 
5.4 




: W 30 

1 


1:07 
4.9 


6:39 
3.2 


11:25 18:20 
5.5 -0.4 










^ s 


30 


5:44 
0.8 


12:00 
5.3 


18:00 
1.1 






,Th 

1 


31 


1:34 
5.0 


6:22 
2.9 


12:06 18:56 
5.2 -0.1 


1 










S 


31 


0:10 
5.4 


6:30 
0.5 


12:56 
5.2 


18:40 
1.6 




The tid 
a eomparis 
from Mcai 
which is 3 
unless a m 


es are placed in t^e order of occurrence, wi 
on of con.secutive neights will indicate whe 

1 Lower Low Water, which is the datum of 

2 feet below mean sea level. To Hnd the d€ 
Inus (-) sign is before the height, in which 


th their times on the first line and heights o 
ther it is high or low water. The height*, in 
soundings on the Coast and Geodetic Sur\ 
pth of water, add the tabular height to the 
cai*e subtract It. 


n the second line of each day: ' 
feet and tenths, are reckoned 
rey Charts for this region, and 
soundings given on the chart. 




, The tit 
(ft. m.), all 


ae used Is Pacific Standard, 120th Meridian 
greater are in the afternoon (p.m.), and whe 


W.; Oh is midnight, 12»> is noon; all hours le 
n diminished by 12 give the times after noon 


ss than 12 are in the forenoon 
; for insUince, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 




#, nevi 
equator: A 


rmoon: J 
, P, moon 


, 1st Quar.; O, full moon; (J, 3d ( 
in apogee or perigee. 


juar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


farthest north oi 


south of the 





154 



SAN FRANCISCO ENTBANCE (Fort Point), CAUFORNIA, 1907. 





APRIL. 






MAY. 


JUNE. 


^ 


Dnyof- 


Titut§&iid Ht'i^htaf High and 


4 


iDayof- 


Tlmeatid Eii>l|?ht of High and 
I^Hv Water. 


c Day of— 

$ 

;i|W. Mo. 


Time and Height of Hi« 
Low Water. 


b ADC 


t W. 


Mo, 


W. 


iMo. 






M 


1 


0:44 
5.4 


7:12 
0.2 


13:56 
5.0 


19:20 
2.1 




W 

1 


1 


0:45 
5.8 


7:50 
—0.6 


15:20 19:45 
4.9 3.2 




S 1 


.15 
5.2 


9:26 
-0.4 


17:06 
5.3 


21 r> 

0. :- 


p 


Tu 


2 


1:20 
5.4 


S:0o 
0.1 


15:03 
4.6 


20:05 
2.6 


s Th 

1 


2 


1:30 
5.6 


8:46 
—0.5 


16:30 20:45 
4.7 3.3 


a 


S 1 2 


8:34 
4.7 


10:20 
0.1 


17:55 
5.4 


•v;-> 




VV 


3 


1:59 
5.3 


9:02 
0.1 


16:24 
4.4 


20:56 
2.8 


'f 


3 


2:24 
5.2 


9:46 
-0.3 


17:35 22:00 
4.9 3.4 




M 


3 


b:O0 
4.3 


11:16 
0.6 


18:40 
5.5 


: : : 




Th 


4 


2:48 
5.2 


10:06 
0.1 


17:50 
4.5 


22:00 
3.2 


c 


s 


4 


3:35 

4.8 


10:50 
0.0 


18:36 28:30 
6.0 3.3 




Tu 


4 


0:40 
2.8 


6:30 
4.2 


12:16 
1.1 


19^_^ 


s 


F 


5 


3:52 
5.1 


11:15 
0.1 


19:05 
4.6 


23:16 
3.4 




s 


5 


6:10 
4.6 


11;63 
0.3 


19:26 . . . 
6.2 .. . 


E 


W 


5 


1:48 
1.7 


7:45 
4.2 


13:12 

1.5 


2CWr, 




S 


6 


5:12 
5.0 


12:24 
0.1 


20:04 
4.8 






M 


6 


0:50 
2.8 


6:35 
4.6 


12:64 20:06 
0. 6 5. 4 




Th 6 


2:35 
1.2 


8:62 
4.4 


14:00 
2.0 


20:41 




H 


7 


0:42 
8.2 


6:34 
5.0 


13:27 
0.1 


20:48 
5.1 




Tu! 7 

1 


2.2 


7:50 
4.6 


13:50 20:47 
0.9 5.5 




f' 7 


3:20 
0.6 


9:54 
4.5 


14:45 
2.3 


21:! 
•1. 1 




M 


8 


1:55 
2.7 


7:48 
5.0 


14:23 
0.2 


21:26 
5.4 


eIw! 8 

i 1 


2:50 
1.6 


8:5.s 
4.7 


14:43 21:20 
1.2 5.5 




S 1 8 


4:04 
0.2 


10:46 
4.6 


l.=»:25 
•2,7 


21.^; 




Tu 


9 


2:M 
2.2 


8:53 
5.3 


15:12 
0.3 


22:03 
5.6 




Th 9 


3:38 
1.1 


9:56 
4.9 


15:28 21:54 
1.5 5.6 


i S 9 

1 


4:44 

—0.2 


11:40 
4.6 


16:06 
2.9 


b.' 




W 


10 


3:46 
1.7 


9:52 
5.3 


16.00 
0.6 


22:36 
5.6 




F 


10 


4:14 
0.6 


10:50 
5.0 


16:03 22:26 
1.9 5.6 


• 


M 1 10 


5:20 
—0.4 


12:30 
4.6 


16:44 
3.0 


22 i" 


£ 


Th 


11 


4:30 
1.2 


10:45 
5.3 


16:42 
0.9 


23:10 
5.5 




S 


11 


4-55 
0.3 


11:40 
4.9 


16:40 22:55 
2.2 6.6 


Tuill 


5:52 
-0.5 


13:20 
4.6 


17:25 
3.4 


22 V 


• 


F 


12 


5:15 
0.9 


11:38 
5.3 


17:20 
1.2 


23:40 
5.5 


• 


s 


12 


5:35 
0.0 


12:32 

4.8 


17:18 23:23 
2.6 6.5 


A 
N 


W 


12 


6:30 
—0.4 


14:09 
4.7 


18.-00 
3.6 


23>5 




S 


13 


5:54 
0.6 


12:28 
5.1 


17:66 
1.7 


. . . 




M 


13 


6:14 
—0.1 


13:25 
4.7 


17:54 -23:53 
2.9 5.4 




Th 13 


7:02 
-0.3 


14:55 
4.8 


18:44 
3,7 






s 


14 


0:10 
5.4 


6:32 
0.5 


13:20 
4.9 


18:80 
2.1 




Tu 


14 


6:61 
-0.1 


14:19 
4.6 


18:30 . . . 
3.1 .. . 




F14 


0:05 
6.0 


7:40 
—0.2 


15:35 
4.7 


4.1 




M 


15 


0:40 
5.2 


7:15 
0.4 


14:15 
4.7 


19:06 
2.6 




W 


15 


0:18 
6.1 


7:80 
0.0 


15:15 19:10 
4.6 3.3 




S 


15 


0:36 
4.8 


^:15 
0.0 


16:10 

4,8 






Tu 


16 


1:05 
5.0 


7:56 
0.5 


16:18 
4.4 


19:42 
3.0 


A 
N 


Th 


16 


0:40 
4.9 


8:08 
0.1 


16:10 19:54 
4.6 3.7 




S 


16 


1:18 
4.7 


8:51 
0.3 


16:46 
4.9 


21 A4 




W 


17 


1:35 
4.8 


8:44 
0.6 


16:24 
8.9 


20:22 
3.2 




F 


17 


4.7 


8:50 
0.2 


17:00 20:50 
4.7 3.8 




M 


17 


2:16 
4.8 


9:40 
0.6 


17:18 
5.0 


22* 

S-t- 


A 

N 


Th 


18 


2:06 
4.7 


9:S0 
0.7 


17:34 
4.3 


21:17 
3.4 




S 


18 


1:36 
4.6 


9:84 
0.4 


17:42 22:05 
4.7 8.7 


D 


Tu 


18 


3:40 

4.1 


10:30 
0.9 


17:56 
5.1 


2S:44 
14 




F 


19 


2:40 
4.5 


10:20 
0.7 


18:32 
4.4 


22:25 
3.7 




s 


19 


2:34 
4.4 


lOriO 
0.6 


18:20 23:18 
4.8 3.4 


E 


W 


19 


6:20 
3.8 


11:20 
1.4 


1S:23 
5.2 




H 


S 


20 


3:44 
4.3 


11:14 
0.8 


19:20 
4.6 


28:44 
3.6 


D 


M 


20 


4:16 
4.1 


11:18 
0.8 


18:55 . . . 
6.0 .. . 




Th 


20 


0:48 
1.7 


6:49 
4.0 


12:10 
1.7 


19 v» 
5.? 




s 


21 


5:14 
4.2 


12:08 
0.8 


19:64 
4.8 


. . . 




Tu 


21 


0:24 
2.9 


6:56 
4.0 


12:12 19:25 
1.0 5.2 




F 


21 


1:30 
1.0 


8K)4 
4.1 


13:02 
2.1 


1»:>' 

5.T 




M 


22 


0:56 
3.1 


6:88 
4.2 


13:00 
0.8 


20:24 
5.0 




W 


22 


1:18 
2.1 


7:16 
4.1 


18:04 19:66 
1.3 6.3 




S 


22 


2:24 
0.2 


9:14 
4.4 


14«) 
2.8 


2D-i> 
6lj 




Tu 


23 


1:50 
2.6 


7:44 
4.4 


13:64 
0.8 


20:54 
5.2 


E 


Th 


23 


2:06 
•L6 


8:19 
4.4 


13:51 20:27 
1.5 5.6 




S 


23 


3:18 
-0.6 


10:17 
4.6 


14 -.52 
2.5 


21 tC 
(.1 




W 


24 


2:34 
2.0 


8:40 
4.6 


14:42 
0.9 


21:24 
6.4 




F 


24 


2:48 
0.7 


9:18 
4.7 


14:40 21:00 
1.7 5.8 




M 


24 


4:06 
-1.0 


11:16 
4.8 


15:44 

2.8 


21 :r 
t - 




Th 


25 


3:20 
1.4 


9:28 

4.8 


15:24 
1.1 


21:52 
5.4 




S 


25 


3:34 
0.0 


10:16 
4.9 


15:26 21:36 
2.0 6.8 


9 


Tu 


25 


4:66 
—1.4 


12:10 
4.9 


16:34 

2.9 


22uV 


E 


F 


26 


4:00 
0.8 


10:20 
6.2 


16:06 
1.2 


2220 
6.6 




s 


26 


4:21 
-0.6 


11:14 
5.0 


16:10 22:15 
2.3 6.1 


8 


W 26 


6:42 
-1.6 


13:05 
5.1 


17.-26 
3.0 


6.: 


o 


S 


27 


4:40 
0.3 


11:12 
5.2 


16:46 
1.6 


22:54 
5.7 


O 


M 27 


6:10 
—0.9 


12:10 
5.0 


16:58 22:55 
2.7 6.1 




Th 27 

1 


6:31 
-1.5 


13:66 
6.2 


18:22 
3.1 






S 


28 


5:20 
—0.2 


12:08 
5.2 


17:28 
2.0 


23:30 
6.8 


P 


Tu28 

1 


5:55 
—1.2 


13:10 
5.1 


17:43 23:38 
3.0 6.0 




F 28 

1 


0:14 
6.0 


7:21 
—1.2 


14:47 
5.3 


i§j" 

3 : 




M 


29 


6:09 
—0.5 


13:06 
5.1 


18:10 
2.4 




s'w 29 


6:45 
—1.2 


14:10 
5.2 


18:35 . . . 
3.2 . . . 




S .29 


1.10 
5.6 


8:09 
-0.8 


15:38 
5.4 


2K.3' 


p 


Tu 


30 


0:06 
6.8 


7:00 
-0.6 


14:05 
••.9 


18:55 
2.8 




Th 
F 


30 
31 


0:23 
5.8 

1:15 
5.6 


7:36 
—1.1 

8:30 
—0.8 


15:14 19:34 

5.0 3.3 

16:10 20:40 

5.1 3.4 




S 30 


2:14 
5.1 


8:57 
-0.2 


16:20 
6.5 


llAi 


The tid 
a compariw 
from Siean 
which is 3. 
unless a mi 


es are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
)n of consecutive heights will indicate whet 
Lower Low Water, which is the datum of 
2 feet below mean sea level. To tind the d 
nus (- ) sign is before the height, in which 


th their times on the first line and heights o 
her it is high or low water. The heights, in 
soundings on the Const and Geodetic Sur> 
epth of water, add the tabular height to the 
ease subtract it. 


nAbe second line of each dar; 

f©et and tenths, are reckom-. 

'ey Charts for this region. »:ii 

soundings given on the chan 


The tin 
(a.m.). all 


Qe used is Pacific Standard, 120th meridian 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m.), and wh 


W.: 0»> is midnight. 12>» is noon; all hours le 
en diminished by 12 give the times after nooi 


88 than 12 are in the for«noi a 
i; for instance, 15:47 is 3;47 p. m. 


#, new 
equator; A 


moon; ]) 
P, moon 


. 1st quar.; O. f^H moon; (C, 3d 
in apogee or perigee. 


quar.; £, 


moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


farthest north or pouth of tte 



SAN FEANCISCO ENTRANCE (Fort Point), CALIFORNIA, 1907. 



155 



JULY. 


AUGUST. 


SEPTEMBER. 1 


^ 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


^ 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


^ 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


W. Mo. 


W. Mo. 

1 


W.|Mo, 


M' 1 


3:30 
4.5 


9:46 
0.4 


17:10 
5.5 


23:00 
2.4 




Th 


1 


6:02 
4.0 


10:49 
2.2 


17.51 
5.2 


. . . 




S 


1 


0:57 
0.8 


8:16 
4.0 


12:13 
3.3 


18:40 
4.8 


J Tu 2 


4:50 
4.1 


10:42 
1.0 


17:54 
5.5 






F 


2 


0:40 
1.3 


7:22 
8.9 


11:39 

2.7 


18:38 
5.2 


N 
A 


M 


2 


1:51 
0.6 


9:11 
4.6 


13:19 
3.3 


19:33 
4.9 


W 3 


0:18 
1.9 


6:16 
4.0 


11:36 
1.6 


18:40 
5.4 




S 


3 


1:43 

0.8 


8:34 
3.9 


12:34 
3.0 


19:22 
6,2 




Tu 3 


2:36 
0.4 


9:64 
4.6 


14:17 
3.2 


20:20 
5.0 




Th 


4 


1:20 
1.6 


7:36 
4.0 


12:25 
2.2 


19:24 
5.5 




s 


4 


2:37 
0.5 


9:35 

4.1 


13:35 
3.3 


20:06 
5.3 




W, 4 

1 


8:15 
0.2 


10:80 
4,6 


15:09 
3.1 


21:05 
5.2 




F 


5 


2:14 
1.0 


8:47 
4.1 


18:15 
2.6 


20:04 
5.6 


A 


M 


5 


8:20 
0.1 


10:26 
4.3 


14:30 
8.4 


20:48 
5.3 


Th 


5 


3:50 
0.1 


11:08 
6.0 


15:51 
2.7 


21:49 
5.1, 




S 


6 


3:04 
0.5 


9:46 
4.2 


14:04 
2.9 


20:40 
5.6 


N 


Tu 


6 


3:56 
—0.1 


U:10 
4.6 


15:20 
3.4 


21:24 
5.3 




F 


6 


4:23 
0.1 


11:28 
6.1 


16:31 
2.4 


22:19 
5.2 




s 


7 


3:46 
0.0 


10:40 
4.4 


14:54 
3.0 


21:14 
5.6 




W 


7 


4:80 
-0.3 


11:47 
4.8 


16:05 
8.3 


22:03 
5.3 


• 


S 


7 


4:58 
0.2 


11:62 
5.1 


17:10 
2.1 


23:11 
5.2 




M 


8 


4:24 
-0.3 


11:32 
4.5 


15:40 
8.3 


21:48 
5,5 


• 


Th 


8 


5:02 
—0.4 


12:22 

4.8 


16:48 
3.1 


22:41 
5.4 




8 


8 


6:35 
0.4 


12:19 
5.1 


17:50 
1.7 


28:50 
5.1 


A 
N 


Tu 


9 


5:00 
-0.5 


12:18 
4.6 


16:20 
3.3 


22:20 
5.6 




F 


9 


5:35 
—0.3 


12:52 
4.9 


17:27 
2.9 


23:20 
5.2 


E 


M 


9 


6:13 
0.7 


12:41 
5.2 


18:81 
L4 




• 


W 


10 


5:32 
—0.6 


13:00 
4.7 


17:08 
3.4 


22:54 
6.4 




S 


10 


6:07 
-0.2 


13:18 
4.9 


18:11 
2.7 


23:58 
5.1 




Tu 


10 


0:32 
5.0 


6:48 
1.2 


13:05 
6.2 


19:16 

L2. 




Th 


11 


6:04 
-0.5 


13:40 

4.8 


17:45 
3.5 


23:28 
* 5.2 




H 


11 


6:39 
0.1 


13:48 

5.0 


18:54 
2.4 






W 


11 


1:23 
4.9 


7:24 
1.5 


13:81 
6.1 


20.06 1 
0.9 ' 




F 


12 


6:35 
—0.4 


14:15 
4.8 


18:26 
3.4 


. . . 




M 


12 


0:38 
4.9 


7:18 
0.4 


14:12 
5.0 


19:40 
2.1 




Th 


12 


2:25 
4.6 


S:Ob 
2.0 


14:06 
6,1 


20:52 
0.7 




S 


13 


0:00 
5.0 


7:09 
-0.2 


14:45 
4.9 


19:16 
3.3 


E 


Tu 


13 


1:24 
4.7 


7:54 
0.9 


14:39 
5.0 


20:30 
1.8 




F 


13 


3:36 
4.8 


8:49 
2,5 


14:45 
5.1 


21:63 
0.5 




s 


14 


0:36 
5.0 


7:42 
0.0 


15:12 
4.9 


20:06 
3.0 




W 


14 


2:18 
. 4.4 


8:31 
L4 


15:05 
5.1 


21:26 
1.5 


D 


S 


14 


5:00 
4.2 


9:36 
2.7 


16:37 
6.1 


22:59 
0.4 




M 


15 


1:20 
4.7 


8:24 
0.4 


15:44 
5.0 


21:00 
2.7 




Th 


15 


8:20 
4.2 


9:10 

1.8 


15:40 
5.1 


22:21 
1.1 




s 


15 


6:88 
4.8 


10:41 
3.1 


16:43 
6.1 




Tu 


16 


2:14 
4.3 


9:05 
0.8 


16:14 
6.1 


22:00 
2.3 


D 


F 


16 


4:49 
3.9 


10:00 
2.8 


16:26 
5.2 


28:26 
0.8 


8 


M 


16 


0:11 
0.2 


7:62 
4.4 


11:58 
3.2 


18KX) ! 
5.2 


E W 


17 


3:30 
4.0 


9:46 
L3 


16:45 
6.1 


23:02 
L8 




S 


17 


6:32 
3.9 


10:68 
2.7 


17:19 
5.3 






Tu 


17 


1:16 
0.0 


8:47 
4.7 


18:14 
8.1 


19:14 i 
6.4 


1> 


Th 


18 


4:55 
3.9 


10:85 
1.8 


17:25 
6.3 


23:66 
L2 




H 


18 


0:37 
0.8 


8:01 
4.0 


12:03 
3.0 


18:21 
6.5 


P 


W,18 

1 


2:17 
-0.2 


9:38 
5.0 


14:22 
2.8 


20:23 

5.4 1 




F 


19 


6:27 
8.8 


11:25 
2.1 


18:05 
5.6 


. . . 


s 


M 


19 


1:40 
-0.1 


9:06 
4.2 


13:11 
3.0 


19:26 
5.7 




Th 


19 


3:10 
-0.8 


10:12 
5.3 


15:21 
2.3 


21:24 
5.6 




S 


20 


1:02 
0.6 


8:00 
3.8 


1258 
2.4 


18:55 
5.7 




Tu 


20 


2:40 
-0.6 


9:59 
4.7 


14:20 
3.0 


20:27 
5.9 




F 


20 


3:58 
-0.2 


10:48 
6.6 


16:13 
1.8 


22:20 
5.6 




H 


21 


2:08 
—0.1 


9:12 
4.2 


13:28 
2.8 


19:45 
5.9 


p 


W 


21 


8:34 
-0.8 


10:45 
4.9 


15:20 

2.8 


21:26 
6.0 


O 


S 


21 


4:41 
0.0 


11.-23 
6.6 


17:02 
1.4 


28:15 
6.6 




M 


22 


3:00 
-0.6 


10:12 
4.5 


14:28 
2.9 


20:36 
6.1 




Th 


22 


4:22 
-1.0 


11:28 
6.2 


16:16 
2.5 


22:21 
6.0 


E 


H 


22 


6:2<r 
0.4 


11:57 
5.6 


17:60 
1.0 




s 


Tu 


23 


3:62 
-1.1 


11:07 
4.8 


16:26 
3.0 


21:30 
6.8 


O 


F 23 

1 


5:09 
-0.9 


12:09 
5.4 


17:10 
2.2 


23:13 
5.9 




M 


23 


0:08 
6.4 


6.-07 
0.8 


12:32 
6.5 


18:38 
0.8 


-w 


24 


4:40 
— L4 


11:65 
6.0 


16:24 
3.0 


22:21 
6.2 




S 


24 


6:51 
—0.6 


12:44 
5.5 


18:02 
L9 






Tu 


24 


1:00 
5.2 


6:46 
1.8 


13K)7 
5.4 


19:25 
0.8 


Th 


25 


5:29 
-1.4 


12:42 
6.2 


17:19 
2.8 


23:15 
6.1 




S 


25 


0:07 
6.7 


6:83 
-0.1 


13:21 
5.6 


18:55 
1.6 




W 


25 


1:59 
4.9 


7:25 

L8 


13:41 
5.2 


20H)9 
0.7 




F 


26 


6:15 
—1.3 


13:27 
5.3 


18:15 
2.6 


• • • 


£ 


M 


26 


1:01 
6.3 


7:17 
0.5 


14:00 
5.4 


19:50 
1.5 




Th 


26 


3:02 
4.6 


8:04 
2.4 


14:16 
5.0 


21:03 
0.7 




S 


27 


0:10 
5.8 


7:00 
—0.9 


14:08 
5.4 


19:12 
2.5 




Tu'27 


1:68 
4.8 


8:00 
1.1 


14:40 
5.2 


20:49 
1.4 




F 27 

1 


4:16 
4.8 


8:47 
2.8 


14:55 
4.8 


22:00 
0.8 




s 


28 


1:06 
5.4 


7:42 
—0.3 


14:50 
5.4 


20:12 
2.3 




W 28 


3:04 
4.6 


8:40 
1.7 


15:20 
5.1 


21:40 
1.3 




S 


28 


6:34 
4.2 


9:36 
8.2 


15:39 
4.6 


22:58 
0.9 


E M 


29 


2:08 
4.9 


8:28 
0.3 


16:82 
5.4 


21:16 
2.1 


!Th 29 


4:22 
4.2 


9:20 
2.2 


16:05 
5.0 


22:43 
1.2 


g 


,;» 


6:48 
4.2 


10:38 
3.4 


16:37 
4.4 


23:67 
0.9 




Tu 


30 


3:18 
4.4 


9:18 
1.0 


16:20 
6.4 


22:28 
L8 


CiF'sO 


5:48 
4.0 


10:08 
2.7 


16:54 
4.9 


28:54 
1.1 


A 


M 30 


7:49 
4.4 


11:56 
3,5 


17:49 
4.3 


• • • 


C 


W 31 


4:36 
4.1 


10:02 
L6 


17:05 
5.2 


23:36 
L6 


S 31 


7:08 
3.8 


11:06 
3.0 


17:48 
4.9 






■ 










Thetid 
acomparia 
from Meai 
which is 3 
chart, unlc 


es are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whe 
I Lower Low Water, which ia the datum o 
.2 feet below mean sea level. To find tht 
MS a minus ( -) sign Is before the height, in 


th their times on the first line and heights ( 
ther it is high or low water. The heights, ii 
f soundings on the Coast and Geodetic Surv 
; depth of water, add the tabular height t 
which case subtract it. 


)nthe second line of ea<;h day; , 
1 feet and tenths, are reckoned 
ey Charts for this region, and 
^ the soundings given on the 


The tir 

(a.m.),all 


ne used is Pacific Standard, 120th meridian 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m. ) and whe 


W.; O*" is midnight, 12h is noon; all hours 1( 
n diminished by 12 give the times after noon 


isa than 12 are in the forenoon 
for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 


equator; A 


T mooif; }), Istquar.; Q, full moon; (^, 3d < 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


luar.; E, 


moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


I farthest north or south of the 



156 



SAN FRANCISCO ENTRANCE (Fort Point), CALIFORNIA, 1907. 



» 4 



\ 





Diij' 




OCTTOBER, 






NOVEMBER. 


DECEMBER. 


i 


OH 


TlmtiAnit Height of Hli^haad 
L<:ivv WiUcf. 


g 


Day of- 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


S 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of Hi^b and 
Low Water. 


W. !Ma 


SJWJmo. 


W. 


Mo. 


1 

Tu 

I 


1 


0;51 


8:31 
4.7 


1 8:0(1 
%.2 


18:.^ 
4.3 




FJl 


X:80 
LI 


8:88 
6.2 


14:26 
2.0 


20:80 

4.4 




» 


1 


1:23 
1.7 


8K» 
5.4 


14:S0 
0.9 


2l!tf) 

4-4 


|W 


2 




JJ:09 
4/2 


14:03 
8.0 


4.5 


,S, 2 


2:18 
1.2 


9:05 
6.2 


15K>5 
1.4 


4.6 




M 


2 


2:10 
L9 


8:86 
5.7 


15:15 
0.2 


4.6 




Th 


'6 


•2:31 
0.7 


9:jW 
5.0 


14:61 
2.5 


-2u:4» 
4.7 


E| S! 5 


8:00 
1.4 


9:34 
6.4 


15:46 
0.8 


22.-06 
4.9 




Tu 3 


8K)0 
2.2 


9:12 
5.9 


16.-00 

-0.4 


22:36 
4.« 




F 


4 


3:01 
0.7 


10:08 
5.1 


15:31 
2.1 


21:35 
4.9 


,M' 4 


3:42 
1.6 


lOKK) 
6.6 


16:20 
0.8 


22:58 
5.0 




w' 4 


8:46 
2.4 


9:82 
6.0 


16:46 
-0.9 


23:52 

5,0 




S 


5 


8:48 
0.7 


10:80 
5.8 


16:10 
1.6 


22:18 
6.0 


• Tu' 5 


4:22 
1.8 


10:80 
5.7 


17:02 

—0.2 


23:50 
6.1 


• 


Thl 5 

1 


4:32 

2.8 


10:82 
6.1 


17:33 
—1.2 




E 


Sl 6 


4:25 
0.9 


10:56 
5.3 


16:48 
1.1 


23:00 
6.1 




W| 6 


6:02 
2.1 


11:05 

5.8 


17:47 
—0.5 




P 


Fl 6 

1 


0:50 
5.0 


5.-20 
8.0 


11:15 
6.0 


ISiE 
—1.3 


• 


m' 7 


5:00 
1.1 


11:20 
5.3 


17:28 
0:8 


28:48 
6.2 




Th' 7 


0:46 
5.0 


6:46 
2.6 


11:40 
5.8 


18:35 
—0.7 


8 


S 


7 


1:46 
6.1 


6:10 
3.2 


11:58 
5.8 


i9ao 

— L2 




Tu 8 


5:88 

1.4 


11:46 
5.3 


18:10 
0.4 




P 


F 8 


1:46 
4.9 


6:28 
2.8 


12:18 
6.7 


19:25 
-0.8 




s 


8 


2:42 
5.1 


7K» 
8.8 


12:42 
5.6 


20<IO 

— LO 




W 9 


0:40 
5.1 


6:16 
1.8 


12:15 
5.4 


18:49 
0.1 


s 


S 9 


2:50 

4.8 


7:16 
8.1 


12:57 
6.6 


20:16 
-0.7 




M 


9 


8:40 
5.2 


8K)6 
3.8 


13:44 
6.2 


20xi2 
—0.6 




Th 10 


1:36 
4.9 


6:56 
2.3 


12:50 
5.4 


19:40 
0.0 




8 10 


3:56 
4.9 


8:15 
8.8 


18:18 
6.8 


21:16 
-0.6 




Tu 10 


4:30 
5.8 


9:18 
8.3 


14:54 
4.9 


21:46 
—0.1 




F 


11 


2:40 

4.7 


7:86 
2.7 


18:26 
5.8 


20:82 
-0.1 


Mil 


5:04 
4.9 


9A5 
3.5 


14:68 
5.0 


22:14 
-0.1 


3) 


W 11 


6:20 
5.8 


10:40 
2.9 


16:20 
4.4 


22:*J 
0.r. 




S 


12 


8:54- 
4.6 


8:26 
3.0 


14:08 
5.2 


21:84 
0.0 


:)|Tu 12 


6:00 
5.1 


10:46 
8.4 


16:22 
4.5 


23:16 
0.2 




Th|12 


6:05 
8.5 


12K)0 
2.4 


17:50 
4.1 


23:40 
1.0 


S 


s 


13 


6:15 
4.4 


9:29 
3.8 


15:06 
6.0 


22:86 
0.0 




W 


13 


6:51 
6.2 


12:10 
3.0 


17:67 
4.6 


. . . 


£ 


F 


13 


6:52 
5.6 


13:11 
L7 


19:12 
4.1 


- • • 


? 


M 


14 


6:29 
4.6 


10:42 
8.4 


16:26 

4.8 


23:42 
0.1 




Th 


14 


0:14 
0.6 


7:82 
6.4 


18:24 
2.2 


19:20 
4.4 




S 


14 


0:38 
L6 


7:85 
5.5 


14K)5 
1.2 


aor^ 

4.0 




Tu 


15 


7:28 
4.8 


12:06 
8.2 


17:56 
4.8» 


: : : 




F 


15 


1:16 
1.0 


8:14 
5.6 


14:28 
1.6 


20:80 
4.6 




8 


15 


1:28 
2.0 


8:18 
5.7 


14:56 
0.6 


21:S5 
4.5 




W 


16 


0:48 
0.2 


8:15 
5.1 


18:24 

2.8 


19:14 
4.8 


E 


S 16 


2:10 
1.3 


8:68 
6.6 


16:14 
LO 


21:84 

4.8 




M 


16 


2:17 
2.4 


8:50 
6.8 


16:46 
0.1 


22:30 
4-5 




Th 


17 


1:48 
0.3 


8:56 
5.3 


14:25 
2.2 


20:26 
5.0 




H 17 


2:65 
L6 


9:28 
6.7 


15:61 
0.6 


22:32 
4.9 




Tu 


17 


8:04 
2.7 


9:27 
5.8 


16:28 
—0.8 


23:2:^ 
4.6 




F 


18 


2:38 
0.5 


9:34 
6.5 


16:18 
1.6 


21:28 
5.2 




M 18 


3:89 
2.0 


10:02 
5.8 


16:87 
0.1 


28:26 
4.9 




W 


18 


8:48 
8.0 


10.-02 
5.9 


17K)6 
—0.5 




E 


S 


19 


3:32 
0.8 


10:07 
5.6 


16:06 
1.0 


22:24 
6.2 


o 


Tu 19 


4:20 ' 
2.3 


10:35 
5.8 


17:20 
—0.2 




O 


Th 


19 


0:18 
4.7 


4:80 
8.2 


10:86 
5.6 


17:45 

—0.6 




8 


20 


4:15 
1.1 


10:41 
5.6 


16:82 
0.7 


28:20 
5.3 




W 20 


0:19 
4.9 


4:58 
2.7 


11:06 
8.6 


18:00 
-0.4 


N 


F 


20 


1K)7 

4.8 


8:10 
8.4 


11:10 
6.4 


18:20 
— 0.f. 





M 


21 


4:65 
1.3 


11:16 
5.6 


17:80 
0.3 






Th 


21 


1:12 
4.8 


6:36 
8.0 


11:36 
5.5 


18:40 
—0.4 




S 


21 


1:66 
4.7 


6:54 
8.5 


U:42 
5.4 


1«:56 
—0.4 




Tu 


22 


0:14 
5.2 


6:32 
L8 


11:46 
6.6 


18:14 
0.2 




F 


22 


2:06 
4.7 


6:17 
3.1 


12:10 
6.8 


19:20 
-0.2 


A 


8 


22 


2:40 
4.8 


6:86 
8.5 


12:11 
5.1 


19:30 
—0.2 




W 


23 


1:06 
5.0 


6:10 
2.3 


12:16 
6.4 


19:00 
0.1 


N 


S 


23 


3:02 
4.6 


6:68 
3.4 


12:38 
5.1 


20:00 
—0.1 




M 


23 


8:24 
4.7 


7:28 
8.6 


12:40 
4.9 


20*4 

o.c 




Th 


24 


2:05 

4.8 


6:48 
2.7 


12:60 
5.8 


19:42 
0.2 


A 


s 


24 


3:66 
4.6 


7:45 
3.6 


13:06 
4.9 


20:40 
0.1 




Tu 24 

i 


8:68 
4.7 


8:15 
8.5 


13:16 
4.6 


20:*' 
0.3 




F 


25 


3:06 
4.6 


7:28 
8.0 


13:24 
5.0 


20:30 
0.8 




M 


25 


4:46 
4.7 


8:40 
3.7 


18:36 
4.6 


21:20 
0.3 




vv 


25 


4:28 
4.9 


9:16 
3.4 


14:08 
4.4 


21:24 
0.6 




S 


26 


4:14 
4.3 


8:10 
3.3 


13:52 
4.8 


21:18 
0.5 




Tu 


26 


5:28 
4.8 


9:50 
3.7 


14:25 
3.9 


22:06 
0.6 




Th'26 


5:00 
6.0 


10:16 
2.9 


16:17 
4.0 


22:0fi 
1-0 


N 


s 


27 


5:17 
4.5 


9:05 
3.7 


14:35 
4.5 


22:08 
0.6 


c 


W 


27 


6:05 

4.8 


11:02 
3.6 


15:65 
4.0 


22:55 
0.8 


c 


F 27 


6:30 
5.1 


11:20 
2.5 


16:58 
3.8 


22:54 
1.4 


A 


M 


28 


6:18 
4.6 


10:16 
3.7 


15:33 
4.1 


22:58 
0.8 




Th:28 

1 


6:38 
5.0 


12:07 
8.0 


17:86 
3.7 


23:48 
L2 


E 


S ,28 


6:00 
5.1 


12:20 
1.9 


18:24 
3.8 


23:41' 
l-> 




Tu 


29 


7:04 
4.7 


11:40 
8.6 


17:00 
4.1 


28:48 
0.9 




F 


« 


7:06 
5.2 


13:02 
2.3 


18:58 
3.8 






S 29 


6:32 
5.3 


13K)6 
1.2 


19:40 
4.0 






W 


30 


7:40 

4.8 


12:48 
3.3 


18:26 
4.0 


. . . 


E 


S 


30 


0:.S5 
L4 


7:86 
6.2 


13:51 
L6 


20:05 
4.1 




M 30 


0:32 
2.2 


7:12 
6.6 


14K)2 
0.4 


20^^! 
4.1 


Th 


31 


0:40 
1.0 


8:08 
5.0 


13:42 
2.7 


19:34 
4.3 


















Tuj 31 


1:80 
2.3 


7:54 
8.8 


14:54 
-0.3 


21 Ai 
4.4 


The tid 
a comparis 
from Mean 
which is 3. 

■ UiiJusH 11 in 

The th 
U\.m.), a.11 

m, fie VI 


es are phiced in the order of occurrence, wi 
on of consecutive heights will Indicate whel 
Lower Low Water, which is the datum of 
2 feet below mean sea level. To find the dc 
ijnjh 1 -) sign is before the height, in which 
ne used is Pacific Standard, 120th meridian 
j^eultr are in the afternoon ^p.m.) and wh 
' miioii; J), 1st quar.; Oi full moon; C. 3d ^ 


th their times on the first line and 
her it is high or low water. The h 

soundings on the Coast and Geod 
»pth of water, add the tabular heig 
case subtract it. 

W.: O** is midnight, 12«' is noon; al 
en diminished by 12 give the times a 
[uar.; E, moon on the equator; N, 


heights c 
eights, ir 
etic Sur\ 
lit to the 

1 hours h 
fternoor 
S. moon 


m the second line of each dav: 
I feet and tenths, are reckoned 
rey Charts for this reepon, and 
soundings given on the chart. 

ies than 12 are in the forenoon 
i; for instance, 15:47 is3:47 p. m. 
farthest north or south of the 


I'Cjiititcir; A 


^ P, moon in apogee or perigee. 



















ASTORIA (Ctolnmbia River), OREGON, 1907. 



157 



JANUARY. 


FEBKUARY. 


MARCH. 1 


g Day of— 


Time an 

2:16 
7.0 


d Height of High and 
Low Water. 


SS 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 




Day of— 


1 

Time and Height of High and ' 

Low Water. 1 


S ' W. Mo. 


W.'Mo. 


W. Mo. 


Tu 1 


7:55 13:31 
3.5 8.6 


20:25 
-0.5 




F 1 


2:58 
7.9 


8:52 
2.4 


14:36 
8.4 


21:10 
0.0 


F ll 1:50 7:65 
8.4 1.6 


13:47 
8.7 


20:10 
0.1 


W 2 


2:52 
7.1 


8:27 14:06 
3.3 8.6 


21:00 
-0.4 




S 2 


3:31 
8.2 


9.80 
2.1 


15:20 
8.0 


21:46 
0.5 


E 


S 2I 2:24 8:30 
1 8.7 1.2 


14:28 
8.4 


20:45 
0.5 




Th 3 

1 


3:25 
7.8 


9:06 14:46 
3.2 8.3 


21:38 
-0.1 


E 


8 3 

1 


4:07 
8.3 


10:15 
1.9 


16:10 
7.5 


22:23 
1.2 




S| 3 


3:00 9:12 
8.8 1.0 


15:14 
8.1 


21:20 ' 
1.1 




F 4 


4:01 
7.5 


9:51 15:80 
8.1 7.9 


22:10 
0.3 


M 


4 


4:48 
8.4 


11:12 
1.7 


17:11 
6.9 


23:11 

1.8 


M 4 


3:38 10:00 
8.7 0.8 


16:05 
7.4 


22:06 
1.7 , 


S 5 


4:42 
7.7 


10:38 16:21 
2.9 7.3 


22:50 
0.8 


(C 


Tu 


5 


6:39 
8.3 


12:17 
1.5 


18:21 
6.2 




Tu 5 


4:19 10:66 
8.6 0.8 


17:03 
6.7 


22:51 , 
2.4 


E 8 6 


5:27 
7.9 


11:83 17:23 
2.6 6.8 


23:37 
1.4 




W 


6 


0:02 
2.5 


6:85 

8.8 


13:32 
1.8 


19:48 
5.9 


W 6 


5:08 12:00 
8.4 0.9 


18:18 
6.1 


23:45 
3.0 


(I M 7 

1 


6:15 
8.0 


12:40 18:37 
2.3 6.4 


. . . 




Th 


7 


1:07 
8.0 


7:38 
8.4 


14:6;^ 
0.8 


21:16 
5.9 


^ Th 7 


6:05 13:16 
8.3 0.8 


19:45 
6.0 


: : : 


Tu 8 


0:85 
2.0 


7:10 13:56 
8.2 1.8 


19:59 
6.1 




F 


8 


2:26 
3.4 


8:46 
8.6 


16:07 
0.2 


22:32 
6.3 


8 


F' 8 


1:00 7:15 
3.6 8.1 


14:37 
0.6 


21:12 
6.2. 


W 9 


1:39 
2.4 


8:12 15:11 
8.6 1.1 


21:21 
6.1 


s 
p 


S ! 9 

1 


8:48 
3.5 


9:50 
8.9 


17:07 
-0.6 


28.30 
6.7 


P 


S 


9 


2:29 8:30 
4.0 8.2 


15:49 
0.2 


22:22 
6.6 1 


Th 10 

1 1 


2:47 
2.8 


9:12 16:18 
8.9 0.2 


22:32 
6.4 




8 10 

1 


4:58 
8.2 


10:50 
9.2 


17:58 
—1.0 


. . . 




S 10 


3:52 9:41 
3.3 8.4 


16:50 
•-0.2 


23:15 1 
7.2, 




F 11 


8:55 
3.0 


lOKW 17:17 
9.3 -0.6 


23:35 
6.8 


M 

1 


11 


0:17 
7.2 


5:66 
2.8 


11:41 
9.5 


18:43 
-1.3 




M 11 


4:59 10:43 
2.9 8.7 


17:40 
-0.5 


23:58 1 


P S 


12 


4:59 
8,0 


UKX) 18:08 
9.7 —1.3 




• 


Tull2 


1:00 
7.7 


6:45 
2.4 


12:81 
9.6 


19:25 
-1.3 




Tu:i2 


6:52 11:37 
2.8 8.9 


18:28 
—0.6 




s S'l3 

• 


0.27 

7.1 


5:57 11:50 
2.8 9.9 


18:67 
—1.7 




W'l3 


1:40 
8.1 


7:83 
2.0 


13:18 
9.4 


20:06 
—1.1 


• W 13 


0:85 6:40 
8.2 1.8 


12:25 
9.0 


19:08 
—0.5 




M 14 


1:15 
7.5 


6:50 12:40 
2.6 10.0 


19:41 
—1.8 




Th 


14 


2:15 

8.4 


8:18 
1.8 


9.1 


20:43 
—0.5 


Th 14 

, 1 


110 7:22 
8.5 1.3 


13:09 
8.9 


19:40 ' 
HOI 




Tu'l5 

1 


2:00 

7.8 


7:40 13.28 
2.5 9.8 


20:25 
—1.7 


E 


F 


15 


2:53 

8.5 


9:03 
1.6 


14:46 
8.5 


21:19 
0.0 


E 


F;i5 


1:43 7:59 
8.7 1.0 


13:50 
8.6 


20:12 
0.4 


W 16 


2:48 
8.0 


8:31 14:15 
2.4 9.4 


21:10 
-1.3 




S 


16 


8:30 
8.5 


9:46 
L5 


15:32 
7.9 


21:.>4 
0.8 




S 16 


2:17 8:37 
• 8.8 0.9 


14:30 
8.2 


20:45 
0.9 




Th 17 


8:28 
8.1 


9:22 Ibm 
2.3 8.9 


21:50 
-0.6 




8 


17 


4:08 
8.4 


10:32 
L6 


16:20 
7.3 


22:31 
1.5 




S 17 

1 


2:50 9:18 
8.6 0.9 


15:11 
7.7 


21:20 
1.6 




F 18 


4:14 
8.1 


10:18 15:55 
2.2 8.1 


22:84 
0.1 




M 


18 


4:47 
8.2 


11 .-25 
1.7 


17:14 
6.6 


28:18 
2.2 




Mii8 


8:25 10:00 
8.4 1.0 


15:55 
7.0 


21:55 ' 
2.2, 


E S ,19 

1 


4:52 
8.2 


11:11 16:48 
2.2 7.4 


28:17 
0.9 


D 


Tu 


19 


5:86 
7.9 


12:23 
1.8 


18:18 
6.0 






Tu 19 


4:00 10:44 
8.2 1.2 


16:41 
6.4 


22:31 ' 
2.8 


S 20 


5:40 
8.1 


12:11 17:51 
2.1 6.7 


. . . 




W 


20 


0:05 
2.9 


6:24 

7.7 


13:32 
1.7 


19:36 
5.6 


W 20' 4:40 11:32 
7.9 1.8 


17:40 
5.9 


28:18 
3.3 


1> M 21 

1 


0:03 
1.6 


6:81 13:17 
8.0 2.0 


19K)8 
6.2 


A 


Th 


21 


1:01 
3.8 


7:21 
7.6 


14:41 
1.5 


21:00 
5.7 


A Th 21 5:27 12:29 
}) 1 7.6 1.5 


18:50 
5.6 




Tu 22 


1K)1 
2.3 


7:25 14:29 
7.9 1.8 


20:23 
5.9 




F 


22 


2:18 
3.9 


8:25 
7.5 


15:43 
1.1 


22:10 
5.9 


N F 22 0:08 6:22 
3.8 7.8 


13:32 
1.5 


20:10 
6.6 


W 23 


2:0b 
2.9 


8:20 15:35 
7.9 1.4 


21:40 
5.9 


N 


S 23 


3:35 
4.0 


9:24 
7.7 


16:36 
0.7 


23:00 
6.4 


' S 23 ' 1-30 7:30 
4.1 7.2 


14:40 
1.3 


21:20 

6.1 


A Th 24 


3:11 
3.3 


9:13 16:31 
8.0 0.9 


22:42 
6.1 




S'24 


4:35 
3.8 


10:15 
7.9 


17:19 
0.2 


23:40 
6.8 


S . 24 2:53 S:9S 
4.0 7.3 


15:40 
1.1 


22:12 ' 
6.6 ' 


! F 25 

1 1 


4:11 
3.5 


10:06 17:17 
8.2 0.4 


23:83 
6.4 




M 25 


5:25 
3.4 


11:01 
8.2 


17:58 
—0.1 




M 25 4:03 9:39 

i 1 3.6 7.5 


16:30 
0.8 


22:o5 ' 
7.1 


S 26 


5:04 
3.5 


10:48 17:58 
8. 4 —0. 1 






Tu'26 


0:15 
7.8 


6:07 
3.0 


11:44 
8.5 


18:32 
-0.3 


jTu 26 4:55 10:82 
1 3.0 7.8 


17:13 
0.5 


23:32 

7.7 


N S 27 


0:16 
6.7 


5:50 11:28 
3.5 8.6 


18:32 
—0.4 


O 


Wl27 

1 


0:48 

7.7 


6:43 
2.5 


12:25 
8.7 


19:06 
—0.3 


W 27 5:37 ll:vH) 
2.8 8.2 


17:52 
0.4 


. . . 1 


M 28 


0.50 
6.7 


6:30 12:05 
3.3 8.8 


19:05 
—0.7 




Th 


28 


1:19 

8.1 


7:19 
2.0 


13:05 

8.8 


19:38 
-0.2 


Th 28 0:aS 6:15 
8.2 1.6 


12:a5 

8.5 


18:29 i 
0.4 1 


O Tu 29 


1:22 
7.2 


7:04 12:41 
S. 1 8. 9 


19:36 
-0.7 
















9 F 29 0:40 6:50 
E 8.7 1.0 


12:50 
8.6 


19K)5 
0.6 




W 30 


1:54 
7.5 


7:88 13:17 
2.9 8.8 


20:06 
—0.5 
















S 30 1:13 7:30 
^ 8.9 0.4 


13:34 

8.7 


19:43 

0.7, 




Th 31 


2:25 
7.7 


8:15 13:55 
2.6 8.8 


20:37 
-0.3 
















S , 31 1:49 8:13 

1 ^ "^^ 9.1 0.1 


14:20 

8.4 


20:23 
1.2 


The tid 
a comparia 
from Meal 
which is 4. 
unless a m 

The til 
(a.m.), all 

•. nev 
equator; A 


es are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whe 
I Lower Low Water which is the datum of 
i feet below mean sea level. To find the d 
Inus ( — ) sign is before the height, in which 
ae used is Pacific Standard. 120th meridian 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and wh( 
r moon; J, 1st quar.; Q. full moon; ([, 3d 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


th their times on the first line and heights on the second line of each day; ' 
tber it is high or low water. The heights, in feet and tenths, are reckoned 
soundings on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Charts for this region, and 
epth of water, add the tabular height to the soundings given on the chart, 
case subtract it. 

W.: 0«« is midnight, 12«» is noon; all hours less than 12 are in the foreiuwn 
?n diminished by 12 give the times after noon; for instance. 16:47 is 3:47 p. m, | 
quar.: E, miwn on the equator; N, S, moon farthest north or south of the ! 



158 



ASTORIA (Columbia River), OREGON, 1907. 



( 



II 





APRIL- 


— 




MAY, 




ITTSE. 




1 


d Oar of— 

S - 


; Time and Eelfhtof mgb and 

' Low Water. 


p Daj'ol- 
1 W.Mo. 


Time and Helxht of Hlirh and 




I>arol- 


Time and Height of Hi^h and 
towWater. 


1 w. 


1*^ 


W. Mo. 


M 


!^ 


1 :*:i!7 
i ^■- 


^:57 
-0.1 


7.9 


21:05 
1.7 


W 1 


2:42 
&.4 


9:37 
-0,9 


15:60 
7.3 


21',38 
2,8 


> 


1 


4:10 

3,5 


11:18 
-0.6 


17:67 
7.6 


23:4ij 

S-I 


PlTu: 2 


' 9.2 


fl:47 
-0,1 


16:02 
7. a 


21:4H 
2.^ 


^ Th 2 

1 


3:29 
9.1 


10:112 


17:02 
7.0 


22:33 

3,2 


c 


S 2 


5:11 

7,9 


12M)9 
0.0 


18:46 
7.7 




|W 3 




10:43 
0.0 


17:03 

e.7 


22:40 
2.9 


F'a 


4:2.1 

H.0 


11;33 
—0.3 


18;10 
6.9 


23:48 
3.5 




M 3 


0:53 
2.9 


6:28 
7.3 


13K>8 
0.6 


19:^ 

7.9 




Th 4 




11:46 
0.2 


l*f:l^ 

e,4 


23 45 
3,4 


d 


8 ' 4 


3,0 


12:36 
0.1 


19.22 
7.1 


. . . 




Tu 4 


2:03 
2.4 


7:46 
7.0 


14K)8 
1.1 




a 
C 


F 


5 


S.2 


12:58 
0.4 


19:42 
6.4 






b\ 6 


1:18 
3.4 


6:47 
7.3 


13:49 
0.4 


20^47 
7.4 


£ 


W' 5 

1 


3:10 
1.3 


!J:00 
0.9 


15:07 
1.5 


21:27 

8.4 




S 


6 


1:07 
3.7 


7:00 
7.9 


14:13 
0,4 


ao:.'i§ 

6.7 




f 


2^23 
3.0 


3:07 
7,3 


14:50 
0.7 


21 S3 
7.7 




Th 6 


4:11 
1.3 


10:06 
7.0 


16:03 
1.9 


22:11 
4.6 


1 


§ 


7 


2^ 
3.5 


8:20 
7.8 


15:23 
0.3 


22:00 
7.2 




Tu 7 

1 


3:39 
2.4 


3:22 
7.4 


15:43 
1.0 


22:09 
8.1 




pi 7 


5:03 
0.7 


11:02 
7.0 


16:55 
2.2 


22^55 




M| S 


S:fi2 
3,0 


9:34 
7.9 


10:23 
0.2 


22:47 
7.7 


K 


Wi 8 


4:32 
, 1.5 


10:24 
7.5 


10:40 
1.2 


22:52 

8.4 




S 1 8 


5:50 
0.2 


11:52 
7.0 


17:41 
2.6 


2833 

8,h 




Taj 9 


4:;Sa 
2.3 


10:37 
3.1 


17:15 
0,2 


23:2fl 
3,2 




Th! 9 


5:23 
1.0 


11:17 
7.7 


17:26 
1.3 


23:30 
3.6 


S 9 

1 


3:32 
—0.1 


12:87 
6.9 


18:22 
2.9 






W 10 


5:42 


lltM 
3.3 


17;!S« 
O.ft 


. . . 




F 10 


6 m 

0.3 


12:03 
7.7 


18:10 
1.7 




• M 10 


0Ki7 
3.3 


7:09 
-4J.4 


13:17 
6.8 


185T 

3-2 


« 


Thill 


ti:04 


1.0 


12:17 
3.3 


13:36 
0.7 




s n 


0:06 

as 


0.1 


12:47 
7.5 


18:48 
2.1 




Tu'u 


0:88 

8.3 


7:43 
-0.4 


13:54 
6.7 


19:50 
S-4 


• 

1 


F 


12 


8.7 


0.7 


12:67 
M.3 


1U:11 
1.0 


• 


SI 12 


0:.17 

a. 9 


7:27 


13^27 
7.3 


!9rJl 
2.5 


A 


W 12 

1 


1:09 
3.7 


8:15 
—0,4 


14:90 
6.7 


30:02 
3.6 


1 


S 13 


1:10 
8,« 


7:42 
0.4 


13:37 

ao 


10:47 
1.3 


Mjia 


1:03 
«.8 


3:02 
^41.1 


14:05 
7.1 


19:52 
2.9 




Thl3 


1:41 

3.G 


3:43 
-0.2 


16:05 
6.7 


20:® 
3-7 




S li 


1:41 


StlS 
0,3 


14:16 
7.6 


20^20 
2.0 


Tu 14 


1:33 

e.7 


3:33 
-0.1 


14:43 
6.3 


20.^±2 
3.2 




f'i4 


2:14 
3.3 


9:13 
0.0 


16:42 
6.7 


21:13 
3.7 


1 


M 15 

1 


2:12 
g.7 


8:55 
0.4 


7.2 


20:50 
2.4 


1 \y 15 

1 1 


2-03 
Si, 5 


9:05 
0,1 


15:31 
6.5 


20:,Wi 
3.5 




S|16 


2:31 
7.9 


9:46 
0.2 


16:16 
6.9 


21 ^^7 

a. 7 




Tu 16 


2:44 
tt.5 


&:30 
0.6 


l&:3(i 
6.7 


21:20 
2.8 


A Th 16 


2:40 
3,3 


B:3« 
0.3 


16:03 
6.4 


21:23 
3.8i 




S 16 


3:^ 
7.6 


10:22 
0.4 


16:57 
7.1 


22:47 
3.6 




W|17' 


3:11 

a 2 


10rfJ7 
0.7 


l<i:2a 
6.3 


21:54 
3.2 


Fil7 
1 


3:16 
7.9 


10:04 
0.5 


lfi:43 
3.4 


22:04 
3.0 




M|17 


4:20 
7,2 


11:02 
0.8 


17:43 
7.3 


23:41 
3,S 


A 

N 


Th 18 


8:52 

7.» 


10:43 
0.* 


I7:0y 
6.0 


'22:40 
S.fi 




S,18 


7.ti 


10:.'>4 
0.7 


n:M 

6.5 


23:10 
3.0 


3* 


Tuiia 


5:17 
6.3 


11:47 
1.2 


18:30 
7.6 






F 19 


1:^ 
7,fi 


11:33 
l.l 


mm 

6,0 


'^:37 
4.0 1 




S|l9 


4:47 

7.2 


11:40 
0.9 


13:25 
6.0 


- ■ ' 


E 


W 19 

1 


0:40 
2,9 


6:26 
6.5 


12:38 
1.6 


19.-22 

7.1^ 


1> 


8 '20 

1 


524 
7.2 


12:^23 
1.3 


19:12 

6.1 




M|20 


0:12 
3.8 


5:48 
0.8 


12:31 
1.2 


19:20 
7.0 




Th20 


1:47 


7:44 
0.4 


13:48 
2.0 


20::: 

8-i 




S'21 


0:52 
40 


3:32 
7.0 


13r28 

i,a 


6.4 


D 


Tq 21 


1:25 
3.4 


7:02 
C6 


13:27 
1.4 


20:12 
7.5 




F.21 


2^ 

1.3 


3:58 
0.4 


14:40 
2.3 


21:11 




H|22 




7:47 
6.3 


14 


21:12 
6.9 




VV 22 


2ri6 
2.3 


8:17 
3.6 


14:35 
1.0 


21iQZ 
7.9 




6 .23 


3:50 
0.7 


10:08 
6.6 


15:41 
2.5 


22iTi 

y.2 




Tu23 


832 
3.2 


3:57 
7.0 


15:^ 

L3 


21:59 
7.5 


E 


Th 23 


2.0 


9:27 
II.9 


1634 
l.S 


21'JI1 
3.4 




S 23 


4:63 
-0.2 


11:10 
6.8 


16:41 
2.7 


22:5.- 
9.t 




W 24 

1 


4:13 
2.6 


9:5ft 
7.3 


16:13 
1,2 


22:42 
3.1 


F 24 


4:27 
1.1 


10:28 
7.2 


16:28 
1.9 


22:33 
3.9 




M 24 

1 


5:52 
-0.fl 


12:07 
7,0 


17:48 
2.8 


23:4t< 
9.9 




Thl25 


4:53 
L7 


10:M 
7,7 


17:04 
1.2 


23r-i2 


S 25 


5:13 
0.2 


11:20 
7,5 


17:15 
2.0 


23:22 
9.4 


(^iTu 25 


6tC2 
^1.5 


13:00 
7.8 


18:82 

2.8 


■ • 


K F 26 


5343 
0.3 


11:45 
3.1 


17:48 
1.2 


9.0 




«;2B 


6fl7 
-0.6 


12113 
7.6 


18:03 
2.^ 




S" W'26 


Q:l» 
10.1 


7:32 
— L8 


13-.52 

7.6 


19:27 

2.> 


O 


B 27 


3:28 
0.1 


12:33 
3.3 


18:36 
1.3 


. . . 


G 


M 27 


0:05 
9,8 


6M 
-1,2 


13:11 
7.6 


18:52 
2.4 




Thl27 

1 


1:10 
10.0 


8:20 
—1.9 


14^l2 
7.7 


20r22 

2,^ 




g 28 


Htm 

9,4 


7:12 
—0.5 


13:^22 
8.3 


39:18 
1.6 


H 


Tu 28 


0:4^ 
10.0 


7:44 
-L5 


um 

7.7 


19:42 
2.6 




F;28 


2:0? 
9.7 


9H)7 
—1.6 


15:32 

7.8 


21:17 
2.? 




M 29 


1:14 


7:53 
-0.ft 


14:12 

JS.0 


mo I 


S 


W 2B 


1:33 
9.» 


8:33 
— Lfi 


U:57 
7.6 


20:ifJ 

2.3 




S 29 


2:53 
9.2 


9:57 
-1,1 


16.-23 
7.9 


22:lf- 


F 


Tu 30 


1:58 

g.3 


«:46 
-1.0 


15:a^ 
7.6 


2.4 




Th 30 

F :n 


9.6 

3:13 
9.2 


9:24 
—1.5 

10:17 
-1.1 


15:51 

7.5 

16:49 

7.5 


21:28 
3.0 

22:31 
3.1 




S 30 

1 


3:54 
3.5 


10:46 
—0.6 


17:12 
8,0 


23:3) 
2.5 


1 , iM 

w 
11 Jj 

ac 

is 

eq 


Th 

Mil .% 

Th 
on i 
3:4-7 

: 

aalo 


etid 

[i-all 

tL m 
eiU 
a. in 
p. m 
Dew 
r: A 


e? nre plnt-ed In the order of occ 
an OJ consecutive heiehtftwill li 
Lower Low Water, v^hlch U th< 
i ft^t hclow meiin sen levfl, T( 
nil si (— ) isfifti la before the heigl 
ae used is Pacific Standard, 1^ 
), all ifreatcr arc ill the aftttmo 

moon; ]), lJ*t qunr.: :3, full tai 
, P, tno&n In hjwigec or perigee. 


idlt 
.^do 
J fit 
It, i 
Wh 
41 n 


encc, wl 
&te VI he 
Ltum of s 
idthede 
n which 
ineridia 
(p, m.i a 

C>3dq 


th their Umes (jd the fltPt Udc at 
ther i t i» hlg h or 1 o w wn ler, T h 
loiv ridings oil the Coast and His 
pth of water, Hdil the ttibulur hi 
caiic subtract it. 

D W .; 0^^ ia Diidni^ht, 12^ in titit 
nd wheu aiJuliiUEnsd by 12 givt 

nar*; E^ moon on the eq,ufl.tor; 


Id J 
! h 
rflel 

u: 

'. tb 


belffht# 
dshts, in 
k^ i^urve 
t to the 

nil Uoiin 
c Limes 

S, moon 


n the p^cond tine of each dar; 

ft^et and i»^Jjthi». are rteckoued 

y Chart j for this reeioD, and 

Ktmndlnj^ given on me chart, 

i \iim than 1:^ are in the foTe- • 
after noon: for instance, 15:47 

fartheM north or south of the 



ASTORIA (Columbia River), OREGON, 1907. 



159 



— 




JULY. 






AUGUST. 


~ 




SEPTEMBER, 






8 

1- 


Day of— 
W. Mo. 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


T. 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


c 

8 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


w. |mo. 


W. 


Mo. 




M 1 


4:56 
7.8 


11:36 
0.2 


18KJ3 
8.1 






Th 


1 


0:51 
1.8 


6:42 
6.4 


12:48 
2.2 


19:01 
8.0 


~" 


8 


1 


2:26 
1.3 


8:47 
5.8 


14:18 
3.8 


20:11 

7.5 1 


:;l Tu 2 


0:25 
2.3 


6:03 
7.1 


12:28 
1.0 


18:58 
8.2 




F| 2 


2:02 
1.6 


8:00 
6.0 


13:43 
2.8 


19:68 
8.0 


N 
A 


M 


2 


3:27 
1.0 


9:56 
6.1 


15:25 
3.8 


21:13 

7.6 1 


W, 3 


1:80 
2.0 


7:16 
6.7 


13:24 
1.6 


19:52 
8.2 




S 


3 


3:10 
1.2 


9:18 
5:9 


14:48 
3.8 


20:62 
8.0 




Tu 


3 


4:20 
0.7 


10:46 
6.6 


16:26 
3.6 


22K)6 

7.8 1 


;Th; 4 


2:38 
1.6 


8:81 
6.6 


14:27 
2.2 


20:43 
8.3 




8 


4 


4:09 
0.8 


10:24 
6.1 


15:63 
8.6 


21:47 
8.1 




W 


4 


6:06 
0.4 


11:25 
6.9 


17:16 
8.3 


22:60 
8.0 




F 6 


3:48 
1.2 


9:42 
6.4 


15:27 
2.6 


21:82 
8.4 


A 


M 


5 


6K)0 
0.4 


11:18 
6.4 


16:60 
8.6 


22:34 
8.3 




Th 


5 


5:42 
0.2 


11:58 
7.3 


17:63 
2.9 


23:82 
8.3 




S 6 


4:40 
0.7 


10:46 
6.4 


16:22 
8.0 


22:20 
8.6 


N 


Tu 


6 


5:43 
0.0 


12:01 
6.6 


17:88 
8.6 


23:15 
8.4 




F 


6 


6:17 
0.0 


12:29 
7.7 


18:30 
2.6 






S; 7 


5:28 
0.2 


11:88 
6.6 


17:18 
8.2 


28:02 
8.6 




W 


7 


6:19 
-0.2 


12:87 
6.9 


18:19 
3.4 


23:63 
8.5 


• 


S 


7 


0:10 
8.4 


■ 6:50 
0.1 


13:00 
8.0 


19:04 
2.0 




m! 8 

1 


6:11 
-0.2 


12:24 
6.6 


17:68 
8.4 


23:40 
8.6 


• 


Th 


8 


6:62 
-0.4 


18:08 
7.1 


18:54 
8.2 






8 


8 


0:47 

8.5 


7:18 
0.2 


13:29 
8.3 


19:85 
L6 


A 
N 


Tu 


9 


6:47 
-0.4 


18:08 
6.7 


18:38 
8.6 








0:30 
8.6 


7:22 
-0.4 


18:87 
7.4 


19:28 
3.0 


£ 


M 


9 


1:28 
8.4 


7:50 
0.6 


14:02 
8.6 


20.'09 
L2 


• w 


10 


0:16 
8.7 


7:21 
-0.6 


18:87 
6.8 


19:14 
3.7 




S 


10 


1:06 
8.6 


7:60 
-0.2 


14:08 
7.6 


20:02 
2.7 




Tu 


10 


210S 
8.2 


8:23 
0.9 


14:36 
8.6 


20:50 
0.9 




Th 11 


0:48 
8.7 


7:61 
-0.5 


14:09 
6.9 


19:47 
8.6 




s 


11 


1:42 
8.4 


8:20 
0.0 


14:38 
7.9 


20:88 
2.4 




W 


11 


2:62 
7.9 


8:67 
L4 


16:11 
8.6 


21:85 
0.8 




F 


12 


1:22 
8.6 


8:19 
-0.4 


14:42 
7.0 


20:21 
3.4 




M 


12 


2:20 
8.2 


8:61 
0.3 


15:12 
8.1 


21:12 
2.1 




Th 


12 


8:40 
7.4 


9:40 
L9 


16:60 
8.5 


22:27 
0.8 




S 


13 


1:66 
8.4 


8:48 
— 0.2 


16:14 
7.2 


20:68 
8.2 


E 


Tu 


13 


8:02 

7.8 


9:23 
0.8 


16:46 
8.3 


21:64 
L9 




F 


13 


4:87 
6.8 


10:22 
2.6 


16:38 
8.4 


28:27 
0.8 




s 


14 


2:38 
8.1 


9:18 
0.1 


16:45 
7.6 


21:38 
8.1 




W 


14 


8:48 
7.4 


10:00 
1.8 


16:24 
8.8 


22:46 
L7 




S 


14 


6:46 
6.1 


11:15 
8.1 


17:32 
8.2 


1 




M 15 


8:15 
7.7 


9:62 
0.4 


16:22 

7.7 


22:18 
2.9 




Th 


15 


4:44 
6.9 


10:46 
L9 


17:11 
8.3 


28:46 
L6 




s 


15 


0:37 
0.8 


7:08 
5.9 


12:20 
8.6 


18:88 
8.0 




Tu 


16 


4:02 
7.8 


10:29 
0.8 


17K)2 
7.9 


23:08 
2.6 


D 


F 


16 


6:49 
6.2 


11:82 
2.5 


18:03 
8.3 




S 


M 


16 


1:68 
0.7 


8:84 
6.1 


18:60 
3.8 


19:54 
8.0 


£ 


W 


17 


4:67 
6.9 


11:10 
1.4 


17:47 
8.0 


. . . 




S 


17 


0:63 
L3 


7:06 
6.8 


12:80 
8.0 


19:03 
8.3 




Tu 


17 


8:10 
0.4 


9:47 
6.6 


16:15 
8.5 


21:07 
8.2 


D 


Th 18 

1 


0:06 
2.2 


6:04 
6.4 


12:02 
2.0 


18:37 
8.2 




s 


18 


2:10 
0.9 


8:85 
6.8 


18:48 
3.6 


20:09 
8.5 


P 


W 


18 


4:16 
0.0 


10:41 
7.1 


16:25 
3.0 


22:13 
8.6 




F,19 


1:17 
1.8 


720 
6.0 


12:57 
2.4 


19:85 

8.4 


8 


M 


19 


8:26 
0.4 


9:68 
6.0 


16:06 
3.6 


21:16 
8.8 




Th 


19 


6:08 
—0.2 


11:26 
7.7 


17:21 
2.8 


28:08 
8.8 




S 20 


2:28 
1.2 


8:41 
6.9 


14K)2 
2.8 


20:86 
8.8 




Tu 


20 


4:80 
—0.2 


10:64 
6.6 


16:20 
3.8 


22:18 
9.1 




F 


20 


6:63 
-0.4 


12.-06 
8.2 


18:12 
1.6 


. . . 




S 21 


3:40 
0.6 


9:67 
6.0 


15:11 
3.0 


21:33 
9.1 


P 


W 21 


6:26 
—0.7 


11:46 
7.1 


17:23 
2.9 


23:13 
9.4 


o 


S 


21 


0:00 
8.9 


6:35 
—0.3 


12:42 
8.6 


18:62 
LI 




M 22 


4:48 
-0.8 


IIKB 
6.4 


16:20 
3 2 


22:28 
9.5 




Th22 

1 


6:18 
-1.1 


12:29 
7.6 


18:16 
2.4 


. . . 


E 


8 


22 


0:46 
8.9 


7:12 
0.1 


13:17 
8.9 


19:85 1 
0.7 


s Tu 23 


5:39 
—0.9 


11:68 
6.8 


17:26 
3.0 


28:22 

9.8 


O 


F 


23 


O:*^ 
9.6 


6:58 
-LI 


13:10 
8.1 


19:07 
1.9 




M 


23 


1:30 
8.6 


7:50 
0.5 


13:52 
8.9 


20:18 
0.5 


P , VV 24 

O 


6.-28 
—1.4 


12:47 
7.3 


18:22 
2.8 


. . . 




S 


24 


0:M 
9.6 


7:40 
-LO 


13:60 

8.4 


19:68 
L6 




Tu 


24 


2:12 
8.3 


8:26 
LO 


14:28 
8.8 


21 .-00 
0.6 


!Th 25 


0:18 
9.9 


7:17 
-1.7 


13:84 
7.7 


19:16 
2.L 




s 


25 


1:42 
9.2 


8:20 
-0.6 


14:28 
8.6 


20:40 
L3 




W 25 


2:68 
7.7 


9:06 
L6 


15:06 
8.6 


21:46 
0.7 


' F 26 


1:08 
9.9 


8:02 
—1.6 


14:18 
8.0 


20:08 
2.3 


EM 


26 


2.-28 

8.7 


8:58 
0.1 


16:08 

8.7 


21:26 
L2 




Th 26 


3:42 
7.1 


9:46 
2.3 


16:48 
8.8 


22:32 
0.9 


■ « ',^7 


1:64 
9.6 


8:47 
—1.8 


16:03 

8.2 


21:00 
2.1 


|Tu 

1 


27 


8:15 
8.1 


9:37 
• 0.8 


16:49 
8.6 


22:16 
L3 




F 27 


4:35 
6.5 


10:24 
2.9 


16:27 
7.9 


23:23 ' 
LI, 


IS 28 


2:43 
9.0 


9:30 
—0.7 


15:48 

8.4 


21:55 
1.9 


W 28 


4:05 
7.6 


10:18 
1.6 


16:80 
8.3 


28:08 
1.4 




S 28 


5:34 
6.0 


11:12 
3.6 


17:14 
7.6 


. . . 1 


E ^I 29 


3:36 

8.4 


10:18 
0.0 


16:31 
8.4 


22:48 

1.8 


d Th 29 


6:01 

6.8 


11:07 
2.3 


17:18 
8.0 


. . . 


^ S 29 


0:21 
L3 


6:47 
6.8 


12:16 
4.0 


18:12 ' 
7.2 


Tu 30 


4:31 
7.7 


10:68 
0.7 


17:16 

8.4 


23:47 
1.8 


: F , 30 


0:10 
1.5 


6:07 
6.1 


11:57 
2.9 


18K)9 

7.8 


A M 30 


1:26 
1.4 


8:06 
6.9 


13:85 
4.1 


19:21 i 
7.0 ' 


C Wi31 

1 1 


5:32 
7.0 


11:48 
1.6 


18:07 
8.2 




1 S 31 

1 


1:15 
Lo- 


7:26 
6.8 


13:00 
8.4 


19:08 
7.6 


• 










i 


The tic 
a comparife 
from Mear 
which is 4 
unless a m 


les are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whe 
I Lower Low Water, which is the datum of 
6 feet below mean sea level. To find the d 
Inus ( - ) sign is before the height, in which 


th their times on the first line and heights c 
ther it Is high or low water. The heights, ii 
soundings on the Coast and Geodetic Sur\ 
epth of water, add the tabular height to the 
case subtract it. 


)n the second line of each day; 
a feet and tenths, are reckoned ' 
ey Charts for this region, and 
soundings given on tne chart, 


The til 
(a.m.),all 


ne used is Pacific Standard, 120th meridian 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and whe 


W; 0»> is midnight. 12»» is noon; all hours k 
n diminished by 12 give the times after noon 


ss than 12 are in the forenoon 
; for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 


#, nev 
equator; A 

1 


7 moon; }), Ist quar.; O. full moon; (£, 3d < 
L, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


luar.; E, 


moon on the equator; N, S, moon 


farthest north or south of the 



160 



ASTORIA (ColumbU River), OREGON, 1907. 





OCTOBER. 








of- 


NOVE 
Time am 


MBER. 




1 




DECEMBER. 


t of Hig 
ater. 


ban.: 


1 


Day of— 


Time and Heisht of High and 
Low Water. 


^ 


Day 


1 Height of High and 
Low Water. 


fl |Dayof— 


Time and Heigh 
LowW 


W. Mo. 


W. Mo. 


S'W. 


Mo. 






Tu 1 


2:30 
1.3 


9:11 
6.3 


14:54 
3.9 


20:28 
7.0 




F 


1 


3:13 
L6 


9:42 
7.6 


16K)0 
2.5 


21:45 
6.9 


S 


1 


8K)6 
2.0 


9:29 
8.3 


16:10 
L3 




W 2 

■ 1 


3:27 
1.2 


10:00 
6.7 


15:55 
3.5 


21:28 
7.2 




S 


2 


4.'00 
L5 


10:28 
8.0 


16:47 
L7 


22:37 
7.3 


M 2 

1 


4:01 
2.2 


10:18 
8.8 


17.-V1 
0:4 


iii.r 1 




Th' 3 


4:15 
1.0 


10:39 
7.2 


16:45 
3.0 


22:20 
7.5 


E 


S| 3 


4:44 
1.6 


11:00 
8.5 


17:28 
0.9 


28:27 

7.7 


•Itu 


3 


4:52 
2.8 


11 .-00 
9.8 


17:49 . 
—0.4 






F 4 


4:56 
0.9 


11:14 
7.7 


17:25 
2.3 


23:05 

7.8 




M 4 


5:28 
L5 


11:87 
8.9 


18:10 
0.2 


. . . 


W 


4 


0:00 
7.8 


5:40 
2.4 


11:42 
9.7 


1- v 

— 1.: 




s; 6 


5:33 

0.8 


11:45 

8.2 


17:58 
1.6 


23:49 

8.1 


• 


Tu 5 


0:13 
8.0 


6:12 
1.7 


12:18 
9.3 


18:51 
-0.5 


• Th 


5 


0:50 
7.5 


6:28 
2.5 


1235 
10.0 


19 JL 

—1 


£ 


* 


6 


6:08 
0.8 


12:18 

8.5 


18:32 
1.0 


. . . 




W 


6 


1:00 
8.0 


6:58 
L9 


12:62 
9.6 


19:36 
-0.9 


P F 


6 


1:40 
7.6 


7:16 
2.6 


18:10 
10.0 


2U 1 * 


• 


M 7 


0:30 
8.3 


6:48 
0.9 


12:50 

8.8 


19:10 
0.5 




Th 


7 


1:48 
7.8 


7:82 
2.2 


13:82 
9.6 


20:20 
-1.0 


8,8 


7 


2:30 
7.6 


8KM 
2.8 


13:56 
9.S 


2Lrr 1 




Tu, 8 


1:13 
8.4 


7:18 
1.1 


13:24 
9.0 


19:50 
0.1 


P 


f; 8 


2:38 
7.6 


8:18 
2.5 


14:12 
9.6 


21:10 
—1.0 


\H 8 


3.-20 
7.5 


8:58 
3,0 


14:45 
9.4 


21:47 




W 9 


1:58 
H.3 


7:.'y8 
1.5 


14:00 
9.2 


20:33 
-^).l 


S 


8 9 


8:31 
7.4 


9:06 
2.8 


15:00 
9.1 


22:02 
—0.8 


,M' 9 


4:15 
7.5 


9:58 
3.1 


15:38 

8.8 


22 4 ■ 




Th 


10 


2:44 

7.8 


8:89 
2.0 


14:38 
9.1 


21:20 
-0.2 




S ;10 


4:30 
7.1 


10.-02 
8.3 


15:51 
8.6 


23.-00 
—0.2 


Tu 


10 


5:11 
7.6 


UKtt 
3.1 


16:40 
8.1 


•JTj V 

— i.' 1 




F 


11 


3:35 
7.3 


9:20 
2.5 


15:20 
• 8.9 


22:12 
0.0 


;m 11 


5:34 
7.0 


11:11 
3.5 


16:51 
8.0 




J W 


11 


6.-09 
7.7 


12:17 
2.9 


17:50 
7.4 






S |l2 


4:33 
6.8 


10:10 
3.1 


16:10 
8.5 


28:12 
0.2 


^ 


Tu 12 


0:02 
0.0 


6:46 
7.1 


12:81 
8.5 


18:07 
7.5 


E Th 12 

1 


0:38 
0.6 


7:08 
7.9 


13:31 

2..'S 




S 


S 13 


5:42 
6.5 


11:12 
3.5 


8.0 


. . . 




W 13 


1:10 
0.5 


7:58 
7.3 


13:55 
3.2 


19:30 
7.2 


|F.13 


1:37 
LI 


8:06 
8.1 


14:40 
1.9 


''":-: 


i 


M 14 


0:22 
0.3 


7:06 
6.4 


12:80 
3.8 


18:21 
7.7 




Thi4 


2:15 
0.8 


8:50 
7.7 


15:10 
2.4 


20:50 
7.2 


j« 


14 


2:37 
L6 


8.3 


15:17 
1-3 


2141 




Tu 


16 


1:35 
0.5 


8:25 
6.7 


14:00 
3.6 


19:43 
7.5 




f'i5 


3:17 
LI 


9:39 
8.1 


16:06 
L6 


21:58 
7.3 


i* 


15 


8:40 
2.0 


9:49 

8.5 


16:45 
0.7 


-^'^. 
<•." 




W 


16 


2:47 
0.5 


9:27 
7.2 


15:20 
8.1 


21:00 
7.6 


E 


8 


16 


4:12 
L3 


10:25 
8.5 


17:00 
LO 


22:56 
7.6 


,M 


16 


4:34 
2.3 


10:35 

8.8 


17:3.-> 
0.1 


23 > 

u:? 




Thn 


3:50 
0.6 


10:17 
7.7 


16:24 
2.3 


22:08 
7.9 




8 


17 


6K)1 
L4 


11:05 
8.7 


17:47 
0.5 


23:45 
7.6 


|Tu 

1 


17 


5:23 
2.6 


11:17 
8.9 


18:20 
—0.3 






F'l8 


4:45 
0.5 


10:59 

8.2 


17:16 
1.5 


23:08 

8.1 




M|i8 


5:48 

1.8 


11:44 
8.9 


18:80 
-0.1 




W 


18 


0:25 
7.0 


6K)7 
2.9 


11:55 
9.0 


I* "■• 


E 


S 19 


5:30 
0.7 


11:36 
8.6 


17:58 
0.9 


23:52 
8.2 


O'Tu 19 


0:31 
7.5 


6:26 
2.2 


12:18 
9.1 


19:11 
—0.4 


OTh 


19 


1K» 
6.9 


6:46 
3.1 


12:2S 
9.0 


19:a- 

—4. ' 




S 20 


6:09 
0.8 


12:12 

8.8 


18:40 
0.4 




W 20 


1:12 
7.3 


7:00 
2.5 


12:60 
9.0 


19:49 
—0.5 


N F 


20 


1:45 
6.8 


7.-20 
3.4 


13:02 

8.8 


— t' ' 


M 21 

1 


0:36 
8.3 


6:47 
LI 


12:46 
9.0 


19:21 
0.1 


,Th21 


1:62 
7.1 


7:35 
3.0 


13:23 
8.9 


20:28 
—0.4 


8 


21 


2:19 
6.8 


7:54 
8.5 


13:31 

8.7 


•3-.V. 




Tu 22 

1 


1:19 
8.1 


7:25 
1.6 


13:20 
9.0 


20.-00 
0.0 


|F22 


2:30 
6.9 


8:0K 
3.3 


13:55 

8.6 


20:56 
-0.2 


A S 


22 


2:52 
6.8 


8:25 
8.6 


14K)3 

8.4 


21,.- 

— I' 1 




w'23 


2:00 
7.7 


7:59 
2.1 


ISW 
8.9 


20:40 
0.0 


N 


S 23 


8:09 
6.7 


8:40 
3.5 


14r28 

8.3 


21:30 
0.1 


,M 


23 


3:26 

6.8 


9KW 
3.7 


14:3M 

8.1 


•Jl ..'•4 

v.- 




Th24 


2:40 
7.3 


8:34 
2.6 


14:26 

8.7 


21:18 
0.1 


A 


S 24 


8:50 
6.6 


9:1H 
3.7 


15:02 
8.0 


22:04 
0.4 


Tu 


24 


4:00 
6.9 


9:40 
8.6 


1.K16 

7. 7 






f;26 

1 


3:24 
6.8 


9:06 
3.0 


15:00 
8.3 


21:57 
0.4 




M 25 


4:31 
6.5 


10:a') 
3.9 


15:42 
7.5 


22:42 
0.7 


W 


25 


4:35 
7.1 


10:27 
3.5 


16:00 
7.2 


u.- 




S 26 


4:10 
6.5 


9:44 
3.4 


15:38 
7.9 


22:42 
0.8 




Tu26 


6:15 
6.6 


11:00 
1.0 


16:30 
7.1 


23:24 
LO 


Th 


26 


6:16 
7.3 


11:15 
3.3 


16:53 
6.7 


23-J' 

1 i 


N 


» 27 


5:02 
6.2 


10:34 
3.8 


16:21 
7.4 


23:27 
LI 


(T 


W 27 


em 

6.7 


12:08 
3.9 


17:28 
6.7 




(C F 


27 


6K» 
7.6 


12:12 
3.0 


17:.5.i 
6.3 




i 


M 28 


6:00 
6.1 


11:35 
4.0 


17:18 
7.0 




Th|28 


0:12 
L3 


7:00 
7.0 


13:08 
8.5 


18:40 
6.3 


E 8 


28 


0:10 
L7 


6:52 
7.7 


13-20 
2.5 


l!>r^ 




Tu 29 


021 
1.3 


7:03 
6.2 


12:52 
4.1 


18:20 
6.6 




F 29 


1:06 
1.6 


7:62 
7.4 


14:12 
2.9 


19:55 
6.2 




29 


2.2 


7:45 
8.0 


14:31 

L9 


61 , 




W 30 


1:20 
1.5 


8:a') 
6.5 


14:10 

3.8 


19:36 
6.5 


E S 30 


2:06 
L9 


8:44 
7.8 


15:15 
2.2 


21:07 
6.6 


M'30 

1 


2:10 
2.6 


8:44 
8.4 


15:39 
1.1 


21:4^ 




Th 31 

1 


2:15 
1.6 


8:57 
7.0 


15:15 
3.2 


20:45 1 
6.6 f 










Tu 31 

1 


8:14 
2.8 


9:39 
8.9 


16:39 

ai 




The tid 
a comparist 
from Meai 
which is 4. 
unlesH a m 


e« are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
un of consecutive heighta will indicate whe 
I Lower Low Water, which in the datum of 
6 feet below mean sea level To find the d 
nus (— ) sign is before the Itcight, in whicl 


th their times on the first line and heights ( 
ther it is high or low water. The heights, ii 
soundings on the Coast and Geodetic Surv 
epth of Waaler, add the tobular height to the 
1 case subtract it. 


an the second line of each <Ut ' 
1 feet and tenths, are Peckanr-i 
ey ChartA for this region, an-i 
soundings given on Uie ctuirt < 


The tin 
(a.m.).all 


ae used Is Pacific Standard. 120th meridian 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and whe 


W.; 0» is midnight. 12i> is noon: all hours 1 
n diminished by 12 give the limes after noo 


ess than 12 are in the foren<v>ci 
DiXor in8tance.l5:47 is 3:47 p. m. 


•, new 
equator; A 

1 


moon; ^. Ist quar.: Q, full moon; (^, 3d « 
P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


)uar.; E, 


moon on the equator; N, S,.moon 


farthest north or south of ibe 



PORT TOWNSEND (Puget Sound), WASHINGTON, 1907. 



161 



JANUARY. 


FEBRUARY. 




MARCH. 






i 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


i 


Day of— 


Time aud Height of High aod 
LowWater. 


S 


D fly or— 


Time and Httlgbtof High and 
Low water. 


VV. 


Mo. 


W. Mo. 


w. 


Uo. 


Tn 


1 


6:45 
10.8 


10:46 
9.2 


14:18 
9.4 


22:53 
1.2 




F 1 


6:46 
11.1 


12:03 
7.2 


17:17 
9.3 


23:61 
2.6 




F 


1 


5:26 
10.8 


10:47 
6.2 


16:47 
9.6 


22:65 
8.2 


'w 


2 


7:08 
11.1 


11:40 
9.1 


14:54 
9.3 


23:30 
1.4 




S 2 


7:12 
11.1 


12:54 
6.5 


18:22 
8.8 


. . . 


E 


S 


2 


5:49 
10.8 


11:30 
5.4 


17:40 
9.6 


23:84 
4.1 




Th 


3 


7:35 
11.8 


12:37 
8.5 


15:58 
9.1 


• • • 


£ 


S 


3 


0:31 
3.7 


7:38 
11.0 


13:48 
5.7 


19:31 
8.6 




8 


3 


6:15 
10.8 


12:16 
4.5 


18:38 
9.5 


• • • 




F 


4 


0:10 
1.9 


8:04 
11.2 


13:38 
8.0 


17:26 
8.6 




M 


4 


1:12 
4.8 


8:06 
11.0 


14:36 
4.7 


20:64 
8.2 




M 


4 


0:14 
6.0 


6:43 
10.8 


13:00 
3.9 


19:48 
9.2 




S 


5 


0:53 
2.8 


8:35 
11.2 


14:39 
7.2 


19:06 
8.1 


a 


Tu 


5 


1:57 
6.9 


8:36 
10.9 


16:36 
3.9 


22:35 
8.0 




Tu 5 


0:57 
6.0 


7:17 
10.7 


13:5S 
3.4 


20:58 
8.9 


E' S 


6 


1:37 
3.9 


9:08 
11.1 


15:38 
6.1 . 


20:45 
7.8 




W 


6 


2:51 
6.9 


9:18 
10.9 


16:38 
3.1 


. . . 




Wi 6 


1:42 
6.7 


7:50 
10.6 


14:63 
3.0 


22:30 

8.8 


a M 


7 


2:23 
5.0 


9:31 
11.0 


16:24 
5.1 


22:31 
7.6 




Th 


7 


0:37 
8.3 


3:50 
7.8 


9:64 
11.0 


17:38 
2.2 


c 


Th 


7 


2:35 
8.0 


8:25 
10.4 


15:58 
2.6 






Tu 


8 


3:15 
6.0 


10:03 
11.0 


17:18 
3.8 


. . . 




F 


8 


2:12 
9.2 


4:59 
8.6 


10:36 
10.8 


18:35 
1.6 


s 


F 


8 


0:27 
9.2 


3:47 
8.7 


9:C9 
10.2 


17:04 
2.3 




W 


9 


8.0 


4:15 
7.1 


10:39 
11.0 


18:10 
2.7 


s 
p 


S 


9 


3:08 
9.9 


6:18 
9.1 


11:31 
10.7 


19:28 
1.0 


p 


S 


9 


1:47 

9.8 


5:16 
9.2 


10:12 
10.0 


18:08 
2.1 - 




Th 


10 


2:10 

8.7 


5:21 
7.8 


11:22 
11.1 


19:00 
1.6 




s 


10 


8:51 
10.1 


7:24 
9.2 


12:37 
10.7 


20:19 
0.7 




s 


10 


2:38 
10.1 


6:40 
9.0 


11:40 
9.8 


19:07 • 
1.9 , 




F 


11 


3:16 
9.6 


6:23 

8.7 


12:00 
11.2 


19:47 
0.8 




M 


11 


4:29 
10.7 


8:28 
9.0 


13:48 
10.3 


21:05 
0.7 




M 


11 


3:17 
10.5 


7:48 
8.8 


13:16 
9.7 


20:00 1 
2.0 1 


p 


S 


12 


4K)7 
10.1 


7:19 
9.0 


12:46 
11.0 


20:34 
0.2 


• 


Tu 


12 


6:02 
. 10.8 


9:26 
8.5 


14:66 
10.6 


21:55 
1.0 




Tu 


12 


3:49 
10.8 


8:44 
7.8 


14:20 
9.8 


20:48 
2.2 


s 

• 


s 


13 


4:50 
10.8 


8:21 
9.3 


13:37 
10.9 


21:20 
-0.1 




W 


13 


5:85 
11.1 


10:21 
8.0 


15:58 
10.2 


22:82 
1.5 


• 


W 


13 


4:18 
10.8 


9:29 
7.0 


15:24 
10.0 


21:38 
2.7 




M 


14 


5:31 
11.8 


9:25 
9.2 


14:35 
10.8 


22:04 
0.0 




Th 


14 


6:04 
11.2 


11:15 
7.2 


16:58 
9.9 


23:14 
2.4 




Th 


14 


4:45 
10.8 


10:10 
6.1 


16:17 
10.0 


22:16 
3.3 




Tu 


15 


6:09 
11.4 


10:36 
9.0 


15:36 
10.4 


22:49 
0.4 


E 


F 


16 


6:34 
11.1 


12:09 
6.4 


17:56 
9.4 


23:57 
3.4 


E 


F 


16 


5:18 
10.7 


10:61 
6.4 


17:11 
9.9 


22:55 
4.2 




W 


16 


6:47 
11.5 


11 -.30 
8.5 


16:38 
10.0 


23:32 
1.1 




S 16 


7:03 
11.1 


13:02 
5.8 


18:58 
9.0 


• • • 




S !l6 


5:40 
10.6 


11:34 
4.8 


18H» 
9.6 


23:33 
5.1 




Th 


17 


7:22 
11.5 


12:40 
8.0 


17:44 
9.4 






S 17 


0:38 
4.5 


7:34 
10.8 


13:56 
5.3 


20:04 
8.6 




S 17 


6:08 
10.5 


12:16 
4.2 


19:00 
9.4 


1 


' F 


18 


0:15 
2.1 


7:66 
11.5 


14:16 

7.5 


18:54 

8.7 




M 


18 


1:17 
5.7 


8:08 
10.7 


14:48 
4.7 


21:23 
8.1 




M 18 


0:10 
6.9 


6:37 
10.3 


12:56 
3.9 


20:01 
9.1 


•E. S 


19 


1:02 
3.2 


8:33 
11.3 


15:15 
6.5 


20:09 
8.2 


D 


Tu 


19 


2:02 
6.5 


8:39 
10.5 


15:50 
4.2 


23:05 
8.2 




Tu 19 


0:48 
6.7 


7:11 
10.2 


18:44 
3.7 


21:12 
9.0 


! ,.* 


20 


1:50 
4.4 


9:09 
11.1 


16:14 
5.5 


21:37 

7.8 




W 


20 


"^l 


9:21 
10.3 


16:48 
3.7 






W 


20 


1:30 
7.5 


,7:41 
10.0 


14:36 
3.7 


22:37 
8.9 


\D,U 21 


2:35 
5.7 


9:45 
10.8 


17:16 
4.8 


23:29 

7.8 


A 


Th 


21 


0:63* 
8.6 


3:44 
8.2 


10:00 
10.0 


17:42 
3.3 


A 


Th 


21 


2:22 
8.3 


8:08 
9.7 


15:31 
3.7 






Tu 22 


3:24 
6.8 


10:21 
10.6 


18:06 
3.9 






F 


^ 


2:09 
9.2 


4:23 

8.8 


10:37 
9.7 


18:26 
3.0 


N 


F 


22 


0:08 
9.2 


3:22 

8.8 


8:37 
9.3 


16:26 
3.6 


1 


W 23 


1:J7 
8.3 


4:19 

7.8 


10:54 
10.5 


18:49 
3.2 


N 


S 


23 


2:59 
9.8 


6:00 
9.3 


11:24 
■ 9.5 


19:08 
2.7 




S 


23 


1:17 
9.8 


5:03 
8.9 


9:40 
9.0 


17:22 
3.6 


1 A 


Th24 


2:87 
9.0 


5:17 
8.6 


11:30 
10.2 


19:26 
2.6 




S 24 


3:35 

10.2 


7:15 
9.2 


12:20 
9.3 


19:45 
2.5 




s 


24 


2:03 
10.0 


6:40 
8.8 


10:54 
8.9 


18:10 
3.5 


F 25 

! i 


3:31 
9.5 


6:13 
9.2 


12:07 
10.0 


19:58 
2.2 




M25 


4:02 
10.3 


8:12 
8.9 


13:17 
9.3 


20:20 
2.3 




M 


25 


2:34 
10.2 


7:30 
8.3 


12:24 
8.8 


19:00 
3.4 


!s 


26 


4:13 
10.0 


7:32 
9.5 


12:36 
9.8 


20:22 
1.8 




Tu 


26 


4:27 
10.6 


9:53 

8.5 


14:11 
9.3 


20:56 
2.2 




Tu 


26 


2:56 
10.4 


8:15 
7.7 


13:36 
8.9 


19:48 
3.4 


N S 


27 


4:46 
10.4 


8:14 
9.5 


13:00 
9.8 


20:52 
1.6 


O 


W 


27 


4:45 
10.7 


9:30 

7.8 


16:06 
9.5 


21:35 
2.3 




W 


27 


8:20 
10.4 


8:38 
6.9 


14:33 
9.0 


20:31 
3.5 


iM 
1 


28 


5:15 
10.8 


9:05 
9.4 


13:35 

9.8 


21:24 
1.4 




Th 


28 


6:05 
10.8 


10:07 
7.1 


15:55 
9.6 


22:16 
2.5 




Th 


28 


3:40 
10.4 


9:08 
6.0 


15:19 
9.5 


21:14 
3.9 


O Til 


29 


5:41 
10.8 


9:47 
9.1 


14:23 

9.8 


21:57 
1.4 
















2 


F 


29 


4:02 
10.6 


9:48 
6.1 


16:06 
9.8 


21:52 i 
4.3 , 


W 


30 


6:02 
10.9 


10:30 
8.6 


15:18 
9.7 


22:33 
1.6 




. 














S 30 


4:26 
10.5 


10:20 
4.1 


16:57 
10.1 


22:31 

4.8 , 




Th 


31 


6:22 
11.0 


11:17 
8.0 


16:15 
9.6 


23:11 
2.0 


















IS 

1 


31 


4:52 
10.5 


11:03 
3.3 


17:50 
10.2 


23:13 
5.6, 



The tides are placed in the ord»^r of occurrence, with their times on the first line and heights on the second line of each day; 
a comparison of consecutive heights will indicate whether it is high or low water. The heights, in feet and tenths, are reckoned 
from 2 feet below Mean Lower Low Water, which is the datum of soundings on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Charts for this 
rt'gion, and which is 7.4 feet below mean .•^ea level. To find the depth of water, add the tabular height to the soundings given on 
the chart, unless a minus ( — ) sign is before the height, in which case subtract it. 

The time used is Pacific Standard, 120th Meridian W.: 0^ is midnight, V2*' is noon; all hours less than 12 are in the forenoon 
(a. m.), allgreaterare in the afternoon (p. m.) arfd when diminished by 12 give the times after noon; for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 

#, new moon; J), 1st quar.; O. ^ull moon; (£, 3d quar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon farthest north or south of the 
equator; A, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 



1223—06 11 



162 



PORT TOWNSEND (Paget Sound), WASHINGTON, 1907. 



I 



I 





APRIL. 




1 




Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
l^w Water. 


W, 


IMo. 




1 


h:22 
10,4 


11:4.'* 

2.1i 


18:45 
10.3 


23:59 
6.4 


I' Tu 2 




12:29 
LA 


19:48 
10.2 




vv: 3 


0;1A 


6-23 
10, :t 


13:20 
2.2 


20:59 
10.2 


TK 4 

1 


».2 


fi:,^ 
9.tf 


14:17 
2.2 


22:22 
10.1 


8 


F|5 




7:32 
9.b 


15:22 
2.4 


23:54 
10.4 




S 


^ 


90 


S:34 
S.3 


16:33 
2.6 






n 


7 


1:0'J 
H' 7 


6:3a 


1022 
h.7 


17:39 
2.9 




M 


8 


1:M 
10. K 


7:34 
7.9 


12:11 
8.6 


18:40 
3.3 




Till 9 


10. a 


»:lfl 
7,1 


12:38 
8.6 


19:41 
3.7 


\v!io 


3:01 
ID.S 


«:19 
6.1 


14:45 
9.3 


20:31 
4.2 


E Th 


11 


3:3J 

me 


&:2l 
5. 'J 


15:3» 
9.7 


21:15 
4.7 


• F 


12 


S;57 
1U.4 


i>:.'>l 


16:32 
10.0 


21:,51 
5.2 


8 


13 


4:21 
10.3 


3.7 


17:23 
10.2 


22:80 
5.9 


> S 


14 


4:^7 
10.1 


11:0^ 
3.2 


18:12 
10.2 


23:08 
6.7 


\>^ 


15 


10,0 


11:3S 


19:03 
10.0 


23:47 
7.3 


;tu 


m 




12:13 

2.^ 


19:56 
10.0 




w 


17 


0:2U 


B:Ofi 
9.5 


12:52 
2.8 


20:53 
10.0 


A Th 18 




6:38 
9.3 


13:30 
3.0 


21:55 
9.9 


F l*i 


2:15 


9.1 


14:22 
3.2 


22:56 
10.2 


3) 


8 20 


$1^^ 

».ii 


S:l« 

a 9 


15:15 
3.6 


23:55 
10.3 




§ 21 




9:1H 
S.7 


16:15 
3.8 






M 22 


0;3ft 
10.1 


6:4B 

7.H 


10:20 
8.4 


17:20 
4.0 




Tu 23 


1:IS 
10, fi 


7:80 
7.2 


12:18 
8.5 


18:15 
4.2 




W,24 

1 


1:41 
10. ft 


7:43 
15.3 


13:36 
8.6 


19:a5 

4.7 


ThJ25 


2:07 

iy.4 


«:10 
B.3 


14:28 
8.9 


19:53 
5.1 


E 


F 26 


:;:30 
10.4 


S;ll 
4.2 


15:20 
9.7 


20:40 
5.4 



I 


K 


27 


2:f*3 


3.2 


16:12 
10.2 


21:24 
5.9 


S 


m 


3:23 
10.4 


9:.W 
2.3 


17:05 
10.6 


22:08 
6.6 


M^29 


S:55 
10.6 


10:35 
1,6 


17:58 
ILO 


22:52 
7.4 


I' 


Tu 


30 

i 


-1:21 
10. B 


llrlS 
Ll 


18:53 
11.0 


23:40 
7.9 



MAY. 



Q Day of— 

81 , - 

S I W. Mo. 

W 1 

s Th, 2 

! F I 3 

(C S ' 4 

IS [ 5 

M 6 

Tu' 7 



O 



Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 



Wl 8 
Th 9 
F jlO 
S 11 



Tu 14 



W 

Th 
F 

S 
IS 

}) : M 20 
Tu|21 



S 26 

Mi27 

P j Tu 28 

S W 29 

JTh'sO 

fIsi 



I 



I 



4:60 
10.4 

0:S6 
8.7 

1:46 
9.0 

3:20 
8.9 

5:30 
8.4 

0:04 
11.0 

0:50 
10.9 

1:32 
10.8 

2:a5 
10.4 

2:32 
10.3 

2:55 
10.1 

3:22 
10.0 

3:51 
10.0 

4:03 
9.8 

4:13 
9.6 

0:09 
9.0 

1:10 
9.1 

2:10 
9.0 

3:30 
8.6 

5:00 
7.6 

6K)0 
6.8 

6:38 
6.0 

0:20 
10.5 

0:49 
10.6 

1:16 
10.5 

1:55 
10.6 

2:23 
10.7 

2:52 
10.7 

3:24 
10.5 

3:58 
10.4 

0:30 
9.2 



12:01 
1.0 

6:20 
10.0 

5:53 
9.8 

6:46 
9.1 

8:40 
8.5 

6:55 
7.4 



8:06 
5.3 

8:34 
4.6 

8:59 
3.7 

9:26 
2.9 

9:57 
2.5 

10:30 
2.1 

11:00 
1.9 

11:35 
1.9 

4:26 
9.4 

4:42 
9.3 

6:15 
9.1 

6:10 
8.8 

7:50 
8.6 

10:15 
8.5 

12:19 

8.5 

7:04 
5.0 

7:31 
3.7 

8:09 
2.7 

8:47 
1.6 

9:29 
0.8 

10:10 
0.2 

10:55 
0.0 

11:41 
0.2 



9.7 



19:53 
11.2 

12:51 
1.2 

13:46 
1.6 

14:47 
2.3 

15:.55 
3.0 

10:.tO 
8.0 

12:38 

8.2 

14:03 

8.7 

15:07 
9.4 

16:00 
9.9 

16:48 
10.3 

17:a5 
10.4 

18:21 
10.6 

19:06 
10.6 

19:50 
10.7 

12:10 
2.0 

12:52 
2.3 

13:35 
2.7 

14:28 
3.2 

15:24 
3.9 

16:24 
4.6 

17:22 
5.3 

13:33 
8.6 

14:35 
9.1 

15:32 
9.7 

16:24 
10.4 

17:15 
11.1 

18:07 
11.6 

19:00 
11.5 

19:51 
11.8 

12:30 
0.7 



20:58 
11.2 

22:05 
11.2 

23:10 
11.0 



17:02 
3.8 

18:15 
4.6 

19:11 
5.3 

19:59 
6.0 

20:42 
6.5 

21:21 
7.1 

22:00 

7.8 

22:38 

8.2 

28:20 
8.6 



20:32 
10.7 

21:17 
10.9 

22KJ2 
11.0 

22:42 
10.9 

23:20 
10.8 

23:60 
10.7 



18:17 
6.0 

19:10 
6.5 

20:02 
7.1 

20:50 
7.6 

21:39 
8.2 

22:30 

8.7 

23:25 
9.0 



20:43 
11.8 







JUWE. 


Day 
W. 


of- 

Mo. 

1 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


S 


1:58 5:30 13.-22 '21. M 
8.9 9.1 1.5 n.f' 




The tJ^fes an? plaoert in the order of occurrence, with their times on the first line and heights on the second line of each dav: 
H r&mpadsfiti nf ronwcrurive heights will indicate whether it is high or low water. The heights, in feet and tenths, are reckoned 
fntm 2 U'vi ht l-fiv M+hii Uiwer Low Water, which is the datum of soundings on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Charts for ihi? 
rrxl^JTii iiiHl whii-h i- 7.4 feet below mean sea level. To find the depth of water, add the tabular height to the soundings given 
I. II the dmr;, unk-JH^ a minus (— ) sign is before the height, in which case subtract it. 

Tbe lime used Is Pacific Standard, 120th Meridian W.; 0«» is midnight, 12*' is noon: all hours leas than 12 are in the forenoon 
(fi. ui. ), all grenter urv In the afternoon (p. m. ) and when diminished by 12 give the times after noon; for instance, 16:47 is 3:47 p. m. 

0, new moot): j. y l^t «[uar.; O, full moon; (£, 3d quar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon farthest north or south of the 
►.■jijrttor: A, P, mtjori Ui iii^gee or perigee. 



i 



PORT TOWNSEND (Paget Bound), WASHINGTON, 1907. 



168 



1 


JULY. 




AUGUST. 


SEPTEMBER. 


1 


Day of— 

w. |mo. 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 




Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low XVater. 

4:22 10:50 15.-05 21:56 
4.4 8.3 6.7 10.4 


P 1 Day of— 

o 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


W. Mo. 
Th 1 


Ijw. 


Mo. 

1 


\~ 
1 


M 


1 


3:20 
7.4 


7:39 13:52 
8.2 3.3 


21:31 
11.5 




S 


6:15 
3.5 


13:42 
9.8 


16:38 
8.7 


22:25 
9.1 


gT„ 


2 


4:37 
6.2 


9:16 14:50 
7.7 4.8 


22:10 
11.1 




F 2 


6:24 
3.8 


12:44 

8.8 


16:04 22:27 
7.9 10.2 


N 
A 


M 


2 


6:06 
3.3 


14:37 
10.2 


1805 
8.8 


23:17 
9.0 


1 


3 


5:33 
5.2 


11:06 15:45 
7.9 6.1 


22:49 
10.7 




S 3 


6:17 
3.2 


14:13 
9.3 


17:16 23:10 
8.6 9.8 


!Tu 


3 


6:61 
3.2 


15:17 
10.7 


19:30 
8.7 




Th 


4 


6:18 
4.3 


12:58 16:45 
8.4 7.2 


23:25 
10.5 


.S 4 


7:01 
2.7 


15:12 
10.1 


18:10 23:54 
9.0 9.6 


> 


4 


0:20 
8.9 


7:30 
3.0 


15:47 
10.8 


20:26 

8.4 


F 


5 


7:00 
3.3 


14:22 17:49 
9.2 8.1 


23:57 
10.2 


A M 5 


7:38 
2.4 


15:56 
10.5 


19:20 . . . 
9.2 .. . 


^Th 


5 


1:22 
8.6 


8:07 
2.9 


16:11 
10.9 


21:03 
7.9 


S 


6 


7:37 
2.6 


15:24 18:51 
10. 8. 7 




N Tu 6 


0:31 
9.5 


8:10 
2.2 


16:32 20:15 
10.8 9.2 


; F 


6 


2:16 
8.7 


8:44 
2.9 


16:30 
10.7 


21:28 
7.3 ' 


^ 


/ 


0:32 
10.0 


8:09 16:15 
2.0 10.5 


19:30 
9.2 


w; 7 


1:06 
9.4 


8:40 
2.0 


17:02 20:57 
IL 2 9. 1 


•;8 


7 


3:05 
9.0 


9:24 
2.9 


16:50 
10.7 


22:00 , 
6.6 ! 


;M 




1:07 
9.9 


8:38 16:55 
1. 7 10. 8 


20:35 
9.4 


• Th 


8 


1:45 
9.3 


9:12 
1.9 


17:28 21:50 
11. 2 8. 7 


s 


8 


3:60 
9.2 


10:00 
3.3 


17:07 
10.7 


22:34 ' 
6.8 


-^ Tu 


* 


1:20 
9.8 


9:07 17:30 
1.5 11.0 


21:10 
9.5 


F 

1 


9 


2:26 
9.3 


9:44 
1.9 


17:48 22:30 
11. 1 8. 3 


EjM 


9 


4:36 
9.4 


10:39 
4.0 


17:28 
10.6 


23:12 
5.0 


• 


W 


10 


1:25 
9.7 


9:40 18:04 
1.3 11.4 


21:55 
9.5 


1 s ; 10 

1 


3:19 
9.2 


10:20 
2.0 


18:08 23:06 
n.O 7.5 




Tu 


10 


5:25 
9.6 


11:16 
4.6 


17:51 
10.5 


23:54 
4.2 




Th 


11 


l::i3 
9.6 


10:08 18:34 
1.:^ 11.5 


22:45 
9.3 




S 


u 


4:09 
9.2 


10:58 
2.4 


18:-29 23:48 
n.l 7.0 




W 


11 


6:18 
9.8 


11:55 
5.4 


18:16 
10.4 


. . . 




F 


12 


1:55 
9.4 


10:42 18:56 
1.4 11.5 


23:37 
9.0 




M 


12 


5:05 
9.0 


11:36 
3.1 


18:51 . . . 
11.0 . . . 




Th 


12 


0:38 
3.6 


7:19 
9.7 


12:87 
6.3 


18:45 
10.8 


i 


S 


13 


2:38 
9.2 


11:16 19:20 
L7 11.5 




E 


Tu 


13 


0:32 
6.1 


6:06 
8.9 


12:14 19:15 
4.1 10.8 




F 


13 


1:21 
3.1 


8:27 
9.6 


13:28 
7.0 


19:14 
10.3 




s 


14 


0:25 
8.3 


3:46 11:56 
8.8 2.2 


19:16 
11.4 




\V 


14 


1:20 
5.3 


7:11 
8.8 


12:62 19:40 
6.1 10.8 


D 


S 


14 


2:16 
2.7 


9:46 
9.6 


14:16 
8.1 


19:44 
10.0 


M 


15 


1:21 
7.5 


5:12 12:36 
8.3 3.0 


20:14 

n.3 




Th 


15 


2:05 
4.5 


8:27 
8.6 


13:37 20:07 
5.9 10.6 




s 


15 


3:16 
2.6 


11:26 
9.6 


15:26 
8.9 


20:25 
9.7 


:Tii 


16 


2:15 
6.8 


6:45 13:15 
8. 1 4. 1 


20:40 
11.1 


D 


F 


16 


3:00 
3.8 


9:55 
8.3 


14:27 20:45 
6.8 10.6 


s 


M 


16 


4:23 
2.4 


13:02 
10.2 


16:r0 
9.1 


21:15 
9.4 


E 


w 


17 


3:10 
6.0 


8:18 14:00 
7.9 5.0 


21:08 
10.9 




S 


17 


4:00 
3.2 


11:45 
8.7 


15:25 21:15 
8.0 10.2 




Tu 


17 


5:29 
2.4 


14:02 
10.5 


18:17 
8.8 


22:52 
9.2 


I' 


Th 


18 


3:54 
4.9 


9:58 14:48 
7.8 6.3 


21:34 
10.8 




$ 


18 


5:02 
2.5 


13:36 
9.5 


16:39 21:58 

8. 8 10. 1 


p 


W 


18 


6:30 
2.4 


14:45 
10.8 


19:26 
8.2 




F 


19 


4:47 

3.8 


11:53 15:46 
8.1 7.2 


22:06 
10.7 


s 


M 


19 


6:00 
2.0 


14:42 
10.2 


17:60 22:48 
9.2 10.1 




Th 


19 


0:32 
9.1 


7:27 
2.5 


16:17 
10.9 


20:19 
7.4 


S 20 


5:40 
2.9 


13:43 16:55 
8.3 8.0 


22:44 
10.6 




Tu 


20 


6:51 
L5 


15:26 
10.7 


19:07 23:58 
9. 2 10. 2 




F 


20 


1:55 
9.6 


8:18 
2.7 


15:48 
10.9 


21:04 
6.5 


1 S ' 21 


6:31 
2.0 


14:55 18:04 
9.8 8.8 


23:20 
10.5 


p 


W 


21 


7:48 
L2 


16:04 
11.0 


20:10 . . . 
8.9 .. . 


O' s 


21 


3:02 
9.7 


9:08 
3.2 


16:17 
10.8 


21:46 
5.6 


1 1 j 


7:20 
1.1 


15:47 19:03 
10.6 9.3 






Th 


22 


1:06 
10.1 


8:38 
LI 


16:36 21:07 
U.3 8.1 


EJS 


22 


3:56 
9.9 


9:54 
3.8 


16:46 
10.7 


22:28 
4.7 


; s Tu 2:^ 


0:05 
10.5 


8:07 16:29 
0.5 11.2 


20:10 
9.4 


c 


F 


23 


2:32 
9.9 


9:-24 
1.3 


17:10 21:59 
11.3 7.4 




M 


23 


4:52 
10.0 


10:36 
4.6 


17:14 
10.6 


2310 
4.0 


' P W 24 


1:00 
10.5 


8:52 17:09 
0.1 11. (S 


21:09 
9.2 




S 


24 


8:38 
9.8 


10:09 

L8 


17:37 22:50 
n.3 6.5 


Tu 


24 


5:49 
10.1 


11:15 
5.2 


17:43 
10.4 


23:53 
3.6 


Th 25 


2:01 
10.3 


9:39 17:45 
0.1 1L7 


22:07 

8.8 


1 


25 


4:40 
9.8 


10:64 
2.5 


18:07 23:40 
11.2 5.8 


W 


25 


6:46 
10.0 


11:56 
6.1 


18:14 
10.2 




' F 2(> 


3:08 
10.1 


10:24 18:20 
0.4 n.8 


23:07 
8.2 


E:M 


26 


5:40 
9.6 


11:39 
3.5 


18:38 . . . 
11.0 . . . 


Th 


26 


0:32 
3.3 


7:45 
9.7 


12:37 
6.9 


18:51 t 
9.8 . 


S 27 


4:14 
9.8 


11:09 18:54 
LO 11.7 




Tu 27 


0:31 
5.1 


6:40 
9.4 


12:21 19:10 
4. 6 10. 7 


' F 


27 


1:20 
3.3 


8:55 
9.7 


13:24 

7.7 


19:19 
9.5 , 


S 28 

1 


0:06 
7.4 


5:23 11:52 
9.5 2.0 


19:28 
11.6 




W 28 


1:27 
4.6 


7:45 
9.2 


13:04 19:44 
5.7 10.5 




S 


28 


2:12 
3.3 


10:11 
9.6 


14:20 
8.2 


19:48 
9.1 


E 


M 29 


1:10 
6.8 


6:31 12:40 
8. 9 3. 1 


20:03 
11.5 




Th 29 


2:13 
4.2 


8:59 
8.9 


18:50 20:17 
6.8 10.1 


% 


i$ 


29 


3:05 
3.5 


11:36 
9.8 


15:26 
8.6 


20:17 

8.8 


1 


Tii^^O 


2:18 
6.0 


7:45 13:29 
8.4 4.5 


20:40 
11.0 


c 


F 


30 


3:13 
3.8 


10:32 
9.0 


14:40 21:00 
7. 4 9. 9 


A 


M 


30 


4:02 
3.6 


12:47 
10.2 


16:50 
8.5 


20:57 
8.6 


t W'31 

1 1 ! 


3:23 

5.2 


9:08 14:15 
8.3 5.8 


21:15 
10.7 


1^ 


31 


4:15 
3.6 


12:19 
9.2 


15:44 21:42 
8.3 9.5 












_ 


The tk 

, a comparis 

; from 2 fee 

\ rejfion, am 

on the eha 

The tir 

(a.m.), all 

#. nev 

1 eqiiuior: A 


les are placed in the order of occurrence, wi 
on of consecutive heights will indicate whe 
t below Mean Lower I^w Water, which is 
i which is 7.4 feet below mean sea level. 1 
rt, unless a minus (— ) sign is before the hei| 
ne used is Pacific Standard, 120th meridian 
greater are in the afternoon (p. m.) and whe 
f moon: 5. 1st quar.; Q. ^"H moon; ([, 3d 
, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 


th their times on the first line and heights c 
ther it is high or low water. The heights, ii 
the datum of soundings on the Coast and G 
'o find the depth of water, add the tabular 
jht, in which case subtract it. 
W.: 0«> is midnight, 12" is noon; all hours le 
n diminished by 12 give the times after noon 
3u::.r.; E, moon on the equator; N, 8, moon 


n the second line of each day; 
i-feet and tenths, are reckoned 
eodetic Survey Charto for this 
height to the soundings given 

ss than 12 are in the forenoon 
; for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 
farthest north or south of the 



164 



PORT TOWNSEND (Puget Sound), WASHINGTON, 1907. 





OCTOBER. 






NOVEMBER. 




DECEMBER. 






s 


Day of— 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


S 


Dayof- 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


i 


Day of— 


Time and Height of Hif 
Low Water. 


rhan<l 


W. |Mo. 


W. 


Mo. 


W. |Mo. 


Ta 1 


3.8 


13-35 
10.4 


18-40 
8.2 


22:63 

8.5 


"'7 


1 


0:21 
7.8 


5-47 
4.9 


13:20 19:46 
10.5 6.4 


~'w~^ 


1:28 
7.9 


5:44 
6.4 


12:20 
10.6 


W 2 


6:48 
3.8 


14:10 
10 5 


19.46 
7.6 




;§' 2 


1:40 
8.0 


639 
5.2 


13:42 20:00 
10.8 6.1 


Im 2 

1 1 


2:84 
8.7 


6:40 
6.9 


12:48 
10.6 


19:'^ 

1,: 


Th 3 


0:26 
8.4 


6:41 
3.9 


14:36 
10.6 


20 20 
7 


e|s 


3 


2:32 

8.8 


7:27 
5.7 


14.05 20:26 
10.3 4.0 


iTu 3 


3:28 
9.5 


7:30 
7.3 


13:24 

10.7 


21) -T 
l ♦. 


F 4 


1:37 
8.5 


7:29 
3.9 


15:00 
10.6 


20:38 
6.5 


m! 4 

1 


3.18 
9.4 


8:13 
6.0 


14-26 20:65 
10.8 3.0 


W 4 


4:18 
10.3 


8:19 
8.0 


13:.^ 
10.7 


•Jl" 

t.: 


S 5 

1 1 


2:32 

8.7 


8:11 
4.1 


15:20 
10.5 


20:59 
5.7 


• Tu' 5 


4:06 
10.0 


8:55 
6.5 


15:00 21:32 
10. 4 2. 1 


• Thi 5 


5:05 
10.9 


9:10 
8.5 


14^0 
10.6 


n:4r 

1 


r 


6 


313 
9.2 


8:50 
4.5 


15:40 
10.8 


21:29 
4.8 




W 


6 


4:54 
10.5 


9.40 
7.0 


15:24 22K» 
10.4 1.3 


P F 


6 


5:50 
11.4 


10:00 
8.9 


10.5 


22A' 

—0..: 


1 


7 


3:58 
9.6 


9:30 
4.9 


16:00 
10.3 


22.02 
3.9 




Th 


7 


5:43 

n.o 


10:25 

7.7 


16:48 22:60 
10.4 0.8 


s 


S 


7 


6:88 
11.6 


10:58 
9.2 


15:90 
10.5 






Tu 


8 


4:44 
10.0 


10:10 
6.3 


16:25 
10.4 


22-40 
8.1 


P 


F 


8 


6:35 
11.4 


11:10 
8.3 


16:14 23:34 
10.4 0.6 


1 


8 


7:25 

n.9 


12.-00 
9.2 


16:14 
10.2 






W 


9 


5:33 
10.3 


10:51 
6.0 


16:54 
10.4 


23:20 
2.4 


s' S 


9 


7:80 
11.6 


12K» 
8.9 


16:44 . . . 
10.0 . . . 


M 


9 


0:02 
0.4 


8:12 
11.9 


13:16 
9.0 


IT^T 

y.T 




Th 


10 


6:27 
10.4 


11:34 
6.8 


17:18 
10.8 


• • • 




S 


10 


0:22 
0.8 


8:30 
11.3 


13:10 17:16 
9.1 9.7 


Tu 10 


0:52 
1.2 


9:00 
11.6 


15:10 

8.4 


IV..- 




F 


11 


OKX) 
2.0 


7:24 
10.5 


12:20 
7.5 


17:46 
10.1 




M 


11 


1:15 
L8 


9:30 
11.4 


14:40 18:08 
8.9 9.0 


D W 


11 


1:45 
2.3 


9:46 
11.5 


16:50 
7.5 






S 


12 


0:47 
1.8 


8:28 
10.6 


13:12 
8.4 


18:12 
9.9 


D 


Tu 


12 


2:10 
2.0 


10-.80 
11.3 


16:36 19:40 
8.3 8.4 


Th 12 


2:45 
3.4 


10'.S4 

n.4 


17:50 
6.1 


♦>> •.. 


s 


s 


13 


1:40 
1.9 


9:43 
10.4 


14:20 
8.9 


18:46 
9.6 




W 


13 


8:11 
2.9 


11:25 
11.1 


18:26 21:65 
7.4 7.9 


K F 13 


8:50 
4.9 


11:16 
11.0 


18:34 
5.0 




? 


M 


14 


2:40 
2.2 


11:04 
10.5 


15:60 
9.0 


19:85 
9.1 




Th 


14 


424 
3.8 


12:12 
11.0 


1905 . . . 
6.2 .. . 


S 


14 


0:14 
8.0 


4:50 
6.1 


11:54 
10.6 


■L.' 




Tu 


15 


3:45 
2.5 


12:16 
10.5 


17:45 
8.6 


21:27 

8.7 




F 


15 


0K)2 
7.8 


6:32 
4.7 


12:62 19:42 
10.8 5.2 


s 


15 


1:50 
8.5 


5:80 
6.8 


12:28 
10.5 


19:4- 

3 '. 




W 


16 


4:52 
3.0 


13:07 
10.7 


19:05 
7.6 


23:30 

8.4 


E 


S 


16 


1:37 
8.6 


6:34 
6.5 


18:28 20:06 
10.6 4.3 


M 


16 


3K)0 
9.6 


6:50 
7.9 


13:00 
10.3 


ja-.i'' 




Th 


17 


6:59 
3.4 


13:49 
10.7 


19:48 
6.8 




! s 


17 


2:47 
9.3 


7:27 
6.8 


14:00 20:37 
10.4 3.3 


Tu 


17 


8.65 
10.1 


7:40 
8.5 


13:S1 
10.0 


I." 




F 


18 


1:10 
8.6 


7:04 
3.9 


14:23 
10.7 


20:22 
5.7 




M 


18 


3:44 
9.9 


8:15 
6.9 


14:25 21:17 
10.3 2.5 


W 


18 


4:45 
10.7 


8:30 
9.0 


14K» 
9.9 


1.1 


E S 


19 


2:25 
9.2 


7:59 
4.6 


14:56 
10.6 


20:56 
4.8 


G 


Tu 


19 


4:35 
10.4 


8:59 
7.4 


15:00 21:40 
10. 1 2. 


Th 


19 


5:30 
11.0 


9:15 
9.3 


14r26 

9.7 


•21 M 
1 . 


s 


20 


3:21 
9.7 


8:47 
5.1 


15:25 
10.3 


21:30 
4.0 


iw 


20 


5:24 
10.6 


9:40 
7.9 


15:25 22:14 
10.0 1.7 


N F 20 


6:10 
11.3 


9:45 
9.6 


14:36 
9.7 


22 '.I' 


oIm 21 

• 


4:16 
10.2 


9:29 
5.6 


15:48 
10.3 


22:01 
3.2 


Th 21 

1 1 


6:11 

10.8 


10:15 
8.6 


15:46 22:46 
9.7 1.5 


S 21 


6:47 

n.4 


10:25 
.9.5 


14:44 
9.7 


-n-si 


;Tu 22 


5:08 
10.4 


10:09 
6.3 


16:20 
10.2 


22:39 
•2.7 


F 22 

1 


6:56 
10.8 


11:00 
9.0 


15:57 23:20 
9.6 1.6 


A 8 22 


7.-21 
11.4 


11:80 
9.4 


14:50 
9.6 


2v -■* 

1.' 




W 23 

1 


6:00 
10.4 


10:50 
6.8 


16:60 
10.2 


23:15 
2.4 


N ' S 23 


7:40 
10.9 


11:45 
9.3 


15:59 23:58 
9.6 1.8 


M 23 


7:48 
11.4 


12:30 
9.1 


15:04 
9.3 






Thj24 


6:51 
10.5 


11:30 
7.6 


17:13 
9.8 


23:64 
2.4 


A 


8 


24 


8:20 
10.9 


12:40 
9.3 


16:15 . . . 
9.4 .. . 


Tu 24 

1 


0:03 
2.0 


«:is 
11. .-> 


13:40 

8..S 


1M-- 


F l26 


7:43 
10.4 


12:15 
8.3 


17:35 
9.4 


. . . 




M 


25 


0:35 
2.2 


9K)2 
11.0 


13:55 16:45 
8.7 8.9 


W 25 


0:42 
2.7 


8:50 
1L3 


15:10 
7.7 


17 1' 
7..^ 


! s 


26 


0:33 
2.5 


8:38 
10.4 


13:12 

8.5 


17:44 
9.1 


Tu 26 


1:16 
2.7 


9:44 
11.0 


15:15 17:48 
8.0 8.4 


,Th 26 


1:25 
3.6 


9r20 
11.2 


16:15 
6.9 


19;4*- 


N 


8 


27 


1:16 
2.7 


9:38 
10.4 


14:15 

8.6 


18:05 
9.0 


d'w 27 


2:06 
3.3 


10:22 
11.0 


16:55 19:30 
7.3 7.6 


(c'f 27 


2:10 
4.5 


9:45 
11.0 


16:48 
6.9 


•_M^V^ 


A 


M 


28 


2:02 
3.1 


10:36 
10.5 


16:a5 

8.5 


19:10 

8.7 


Th 28 


2:55 
4.2 


10:58 
10.9 


17:58 22:00 
6.6 7.2 


K ' S 28 


2:58 
5.6 


10:12 
10.8 


17:14 
4.8 


•JS::M 
7 




Tui29 

1 


2:52 
3.5 


11:33 
10.5 


18:10 
8.0 


20:05 
8.3 


! F [29 


3:50 
4.9 


ll:-26 
10.7 


18:37 23:57 
5. 8 7. 4 


8 29 

1 


3:52 
6.5 


10:40 
10.7 


17:.% 
3.7 


. . . 


w 


30 


3:.W 
3.9 


12:15 
10.6 


19:16 
7.3 


22:20 
7.9 


E S 30 

i 


4:48 
5.5 


11:M 
10.6 


18:48 . . . 
4.9 .. . 


M,30 


1:20 

8.2 


4:52 
7.4 


11.-08 
10.7 


1":.^ 


Th 


31 


4:52 
4.3 


12:50 
10.6 


19:40 
6.7 


. . . 










Tu 31 


2:36 
9.1 


5:58 
7.9 


11:48 
10.8 


lyj- 
1 : 


The ti(i 
a oo]iipari.s< 
from 2 feet 
region, anc 
on the cha 


es are placed in the order of (X'ourrence, wi 
on of con-secutive height* will indicate whe 
below Mean Lower Low Water, which is I 
I which is 7.4 feet below mean sea level. 1 
rt, unlesis a minus (— ) sign is before the hei 


th their times on the first line and heights f 
her it i.s high or low water. The heights, ir 
le datura of soundings on the Coa.Mt and G 
'0 find the depth of water, a<ld the tabular 
ght, In which case subtmct it. 


m the second line of each dn? 
I feet and tenths, arc refkor..-'" 
eodetic Sur\*ey Charts for 111 :- | 
tieight to the soundings^ giv. n 


The tin 
(a. m.),all 


ae iLsed is Pacific Standard, 12Ulh meridian 
greater are in the afternoon (p. ui.) and whe 


W\; 0»' is 
n dimini^i 


midnight, 12'» is n(H)n; all hours le 
he<l by 12 give the limes after mnin 


.ss than 12 are in the fort* mb r. 
; for instance, ir»:47 is 3:47 p. m 


0, new 
equator; A 


moon; ^ 
, P, moon 


, 1st quar.; Q, full moon; (£, 3d ( 
in apogee or perigee. 


luar.; E, moon on the equator; X, S, moon 


farthest north or south 01 W.v 



SITKA, ALASKA, 1907. 



165 



I- 



JANUARY. 


FKHRIAKV 








MARCH. 






c Day 
IS w. 

Tu 


of- 


Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 


e Day or— 


Time ao 

2:35 
11.7 


d alight Qf High aod 
Low Water. 


^ Daro!- 


Time and Height of Hi^ 
Low Water. 


fhand 

19:40 
1.7 


Mo. 


:f^ w. 


Mo. 


1 


w. 


Ma. 


. 


2:10 
10.6 


7:25 
5.9 


13:10 
12.2 


19:58 
1.1 




F 


1 


822 
4.6 


14:12 
12.0 


20:88 
1.7 




F 


1 


1:80 
12.1 


7:26 
3.6 


18:26 
12.4 


W 2 


2:36 
10.7 


7:68 
6.9 


13:46 
11.9 


20:28 
1.3 




s" 


2 


8:06 
11.8 


9:00 
4.3 


14:64 
11.6 


21:14 
2.3 


£ 


S 


2 


2:00 
12.8 


8:03 
3.1 


14:04 
12.2 


20:17 
2.3 


;Th 3 


3:08 
10.8 


8:36 
5.8 


14:20 
11.6 


21:02 
1.7 


E 


s 


3 


3:40 
11.9 


9:46 
4.1 


16:42 
11.0 


21:54 
3.2 




s 


3 


2:30 
12.5 


8:40 
2.8 


14:48 
11.9 


20:55 
2.9 


IF 


4 


3:42 
11.0 


9:20 
5.7 


15:06 
11.1 


21:40 
2.2 




M 


4 


4:16 
11.8 


10:31 
8.9 


16:85 
10.3 


22:36 
4.0 




M 


4 


3:05 
12.2 


9:20 
2.7 


15:80 
11.2 


21.34 
3.7 


; S 


5 


4:20 
11.1 


10:10 
5.6 


16:52 
10.6 


22:20 
2.9 


c 


Tu 


5 


5:00 
11.7 


11:32 
3.8 


''i% 


28:27 
4.8 




Tu 


5 


3:44 
12.1 


10:10 

2.8 


16:20 
10.4 


22:12 
4.6 


E S 


6 


6:00 
11.2 


11:05 
5.2 


16:52 
10.0 


23:10 
3.7 




W 


6 


5:55 
11.6 


12:46 
8.6 


19:03 
8.9 




c 


W 


6 


4:27 
11.8 


11:10 
3.0 


17:26 
9.5 


23:04 
5.6 


(L.M' 7 


5:46 
11.2 


12:06 
4.8 


18:06 
9.5 


. . . 




Th 


7 


0:30 
5.8 


6:57 
11.6 


14:10 
8.1 


20:45 
9.0 




Th 


7 


5:20 
11.5 


12:20 
3.1 


18:56 
8.9 




Tu 8 


0:06 
4.4 


6:38 
11.4 


13:20 
4.2 


19:30 
9.2 




F 


8 


1:52 
6.5 


8:08 
11.8 


15:24 
2.3 


22:08 
9.5 


s 
p 


F 


8 


0:12 
6.3 


6:80 
11.8 


18:48 
8.1 


20:40 
9.0 


W 9 


1:10 
5.0 


7:87 
11.7 


14:35 
3.3 


20:68 
9.3 


8 
P 


S 


9 


3:15 
6.2 


9:20 
12.2 


16:28 
1.4 


23:08 
10.2 




S 


9 


1:46 
6.4 


7:50 

n.2 


15:07 
2.6 


21:58 
9.8 


Th 10 


2:22 
5.4 


8:38 
12.1 


15:42 
2.2 


22:12 
9.7 




S 


10 


4:25 

5.8 


10:24 
12.7 


17:20 
0.7 


28:56 
11.2 




s 


10 


3:16 
6.3 


9:08 
11.5 


16:11 
2.0 


22:54 
10.3 


F 


11 


8:30 
5.6 


9:39 
12.7 


16:40 
1.1 


23:16 
10.5 




M 


11 


6:24 

6.1 


11:20 
13.2 


18:06 
0.1 






M 


11 


4:25 
6.4 


10:18 
12.1 


17:02 
1.4 


23:35 
11.4 


P S 


12 


4:34 
6.4 


10:35 
13.2 


17:32 
0.2 




• 


Tu 


12 


0:40 
11.9 


6:15 
4.4 


12:10 
13.6 


18:60 
0.0 




Tu 


12 


6:19 
4.6 


11:16 
12.6 


17:48 
1.1 




i!" 


13 


0:06 
11.0 


5:30 
6.1 


11:80 
13.7 


18:20 
-0.6 




W 


13 


1:20 
12.3 


7:00 
8.8 


13:00 
13.6 


19:30 
0.2 


• 


W 


13 


0:15 
12.1 


6K)6 
8.6 


12:06 
12.9 


18:28 
1.1 


M 


14 


0:55 
11.5 


6:20 
4.8 


12:20 
18.9 


19:05 
-0.7 




Th 


14 


1:67 
12.7 


7:48 
8.4 


13:46 
18.2 


20:10 
0.8 




Th 


14 


0:50 
12.6 


6:49 
2.9 


12:54 
13.0 


19:06 
1.4 


:TU 


15 


1:40 
11.9 


7:10 
4.5 


13:07 
13.7 


19:60 
-0.6 


E 


F 


15 


2:30 
12.7 


8:82 
3.2 


14:32 
12.6 


20:46 
1.7 


E 


F 


15 


1:22 
12.9 


7:80 
2.4 


13:85 
12.7 


19:46 
2.0 


W 16 


2:24 
12.2 


8:00 
4.4 


13:66 
13.3 


20:30 
0.1 




S 


16 


3:06 
12.5 


9:16 
3.3 


15:16 
11.6 


21:28 
2.7 




S 


16 


2:00 
12.9 


8:10 
2.3 


14:17 
12.3 


20:20 
2.6 




Th 


17 


8:04 
12.2 


8:48 
4.3 


14:44 
12.6 


21:15 
1.0 




s 


17 


8:45 
12.2 


10:00 
3.6 


16:04 
10.8 


22:05 
8.7 




IS 


17 


2:33 
12.5 


8:46 
2.6 


15:00 
11.5 


20:55 
3.5 




F 


18 


3:45 
12.1 


9:42 
4.3 


16:34 
11.6 


21:56 
2.0 


■ 


M 


18 


4:20 
11.7 


10:60 
3.9 


16:56 
9.7 


22:46 

4.8 




M 


18 


8:04 
12.2 


9:28 
2.8 


16:40 
10.6 


21:28 
4.4 


E 


S 


19 


4:30 
11.9 


10:38 
4.4 


16:26 
10.6 


22:40 
3.1 


Dl 


Tu 


19 


5:00 
11.2 


11:48 
4.2 


18:00 
8.8 


23:26 
5.8 




Tu 


19 


3:36 
11.7 


10:10 
3.2 


16:28 
9.6 


22:04 
5.3 


3) S 20 


5:15 
11.7 


11:35 
4.6 


17:30 
9.7 


23:30 
4.2 




W 


20 


6:49 
10.5 


12:56 
4.4 


19.-28 
8.3 






W 


20 


4:10 
11.1 


11:00 
3.7 


17:22 
8.9 


22:44 
6.2 


M,21 


6:02 
11.3 


12:40 
4.7 


18:40 
9.0 


. . . 


A 


Th 


21 


0:24 
6.7 


6:45 
10.3 


14:15 
4.2 


21 K» 

8.2 


A 


Th 


21 


4:65 
10.5 


11:56 
4.0 


18:40 
8.5 


23:40 
7.0 


Tu 


22 


0:24 
6.2 


6:55 
11.0 


13:66 
4.5 


20:10 
8.6 


If 


22 


1:50 
7.2 


7:55 
10.2 


16:25 
3.8 


22:24 
8.9 


N 


F 


22 


6:46 
10.1 


13:08 
4.2 


20:20 
8.5 




1 W 


23 


1:26 
6.0 


7:54 
10.9 


15:08 
4.0 


21:38 

8.6 


N 


S 


23 


3:17 
7.2 


9:04 
10. 2 


16:15 
3.2 


28:08 
9.4 




S 


23 


1:06 
7.3 


7:00 
9.8 


14:20 
4.1 


21:35 
9.1 


A Th 24 


2:36 
6.5 


8:50 
10.9 


16:08 
3.3 


22:45 
9.0 


IS 


24 


4:19 
6.8 


10:00 
-10.7 


16:58 
2.6 


23:42 
10.2 




IS 


24 


2:45 
7.3 


8:20 
9.8 


15:20 
3.7 


22:18 
9.8 


F 25 


3:44 
6.6 


9:42 
11.1 


16:52 
2.6 


23:34 
9.6 




M 


25 


5:04 
6.3 


10:48 
11.2 


17:34 
2.0 






M 25 

1 


3:50 
6.6 


9:30 
10.2 


16:10 
3.2 


22:52 
10.4 


N 


S |26 


4:40 
6.5 


10.-26 
11.4 


17:30 
2.0 




Itu 


26 


0:10 
10.8 


5:42 


11:32 

n.7 


18:05 
1.7 


!tu 

1 


26 


4:36 
5.7 


10:25 
10.8 


16:62 
2.8 


23:20 
11.1 




S.27 

1 


0:12 
10.0 


6:24 
6.4 


11:10 
11.7 


18:«) 
1.5 


o;w 


27 


0:38 
11.3 


6:16 
4.9 


12:10 
12. 2 


18:38 
1.5 


1 


27 


6:16 
4.8 


11:10 
11.4 


17:30 
2.5 


23:50 
11.8 




M 28 


0:45 
10.6 


6:02 
6.1 


11:48 
11.9 


18:36 
1.1 




Th 


28 


1:05 
11.7 


6:.50 
4.2 


12:50 
12.4 


19:08 
1.5 




Th 


28 


5:50 
3.8 


11:54 
12.0 


18:05 
2.2 




O Tu 29 


1:15 
10.8 


6:36 
5.7 


12:25 
12.2 


19:05 
1.0 
















e 


F 


29 


0:20 
12.3 


6:28 
2.9 


12:32 
12.3 


18:-15 
2.3 


W 


30 


1:42 
11.2 


7:10 
5.3 


13:00 
12.3 


19:36 
1.1 


















S 


30 


0:.55 
12.6 


7:05 
2.3 


13:15 
12.6 


19:20 
2.4 




Th 


31 


2:08 
11.4 


7:45 
4.9 


13:36 
12.2 


20:06 
1.3 


















s 


31 


1:26 
12.8 


7:38 
1.8 


13:52 
12.3 


19:65 
3.0 



I The tides are placed in the order of occurrence, with their times on the first line and heights on the second line of each day; 
a comparison of consecutive heights will indicate whether it is high or low water. The heights, in feet and tenths, are reckoned 
from a plane 2 feet below Mean Lower Low Water, which is the datum of .soundings on the Coast and Geodetic Survey Charts for 
this rejnon, and which is 7,4 feet below mean sea level. To find the depth of water, add the tabular height to the soundings 
given on the chart, unless a minus (— ) sign is before the height, in which case subtract it. 

The time used is Sitka St*indard, 135th meridian W.: 0*» Is midnight, \'2^ is noon; all hours less than 12 are in the forenoon 
(a. m.), all greater are in the afternoon (p. m. ) and when diminished by 12 give the times after noon; for instance, 15:47 is 3:47 p. m. 

#, new moon: ]), l.st quar.; Q, full moon; (C. 3d quar.; E, moon on the equator; N, S, moon farthest north or south of the 
equator; A, P, moon in apogee or perigee. 



166 



SITKA, ALASKA, 1907. 



APRIL. 



c iDayof— ! 

S W.|Mo. 



M 1 



Time and Height of High and 
Low Water. 



^ Tu 
W 
Th 
F 

S 



Tu 
W 
E|Th 
• F 

S 

M 
Tu 
W 

F 

S 
IS 
M 

Tu 

I 
W 

Th 



M' 8 
9 
10 



11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 i 

23! 



O S . 27 



M 
i" Tu 



2:00 
12.8 

2:35 
12.7 

3:15 
12.4 

4:00 
11.9 

4:58 
11.4 

0:14 
6.4 

1:52 
e.5 

3:15 
5.8 

4:20 
4.8 

5:10 
3.7 

5:50 
2.7 

0:18 
12.6 

0:50 
12.8 

1:22 
12.8 

1:54 
12.5 

2:24 
12.1 

2:55 
11.6 

3:25 
11.0 

4:02 
10.5 

4:50 
9.9 

0:34 
7.3 

2:02 
6.9 

3:10 
6.0 

4:00 
5.0 

4:40 

3.8 

5:18 
2.8 

6:00 
1.8 

0:15 
13.1 

0:52 
13.3 

1:30 
13.4 



8:20 
L5 

9:05 
1.6 

9:55 
L9 

10:54 
2.3 

12:05 
2.8 

6:12 
10.9 

7:42 
10.6 

9:05 
10.9 

10:15 

n.4 

11:13 
11.9 

12:00 
12.2 

6:30 
2.2 

7:07 
L8 

7:46 
1.7 

8:22 
1.8 

9:00 
2.2 

9:38 
2.6 

10:20 
3.1 

11:06 
3.6 

12:02 
3.9 

6:02 
9.6 

7:30 
9.4 

8:60 
9.8 

9:50 
10.4 

10:43 
11.0 

11:30 
11.8 

12:15 
12.1 

6:39 
1.1 

7:20 
0.6 

8:04 
0.4 



14:35 
11.8 

15:24 
11.2 

16:20 
10.3 

17:28 
9.6 

18:50 
9.2 

13:20 
3.0 

14:40 
2.9 

15:46 
2.6 

16:88 
2.5 

17:25 
2.5 

18:08 
2.5 

12:44 
12.4 

13:24 
12.1 

14:04 
11.6 

14:45 
10.9 

15:24 
10.3 

16:06 
9.7 

16:55 
9.2 

17:56 
8.9 

19:10 
8.9 

13:10 
4.1 

14:15 
4.0 

15:10 
3.8 

16:00 
3.5 

16:50 
8.3 

17:32 
3.1 

18:10 
3.2 

13:00 
12.2 

13:45 
12.0 

14:32 
11.6 



Day of— 



W. Mo. 



W, 1 



20:30 
3.6 

21:10 'isjTh 2 

4. 4 J I 



MAY. 



Time and Heiarht of High and 
Low Water, 



21:56 
6.2 

22:55 
6.9 



20:22 

9.7 t 

21:82 
10.4 

22:22 

11.1,1 
23:02 I' 
11.8 

28:40 
12.3 



18:44 
2.8 

19:17 
8.3 

19:50 
3.8 

20:20 

4.6 I 

20:65 
5.3 

6.0 

22:10 
6.6 

23:10 
7.0 



20:16 
9.4 

21:06 
10.1 

21:50 
10.8 

22:26 
11.5 

23:05 
12.0 

23:40 
12.6 



18:60 
3.4 

19:30 
3.9 

20:11 
4.4 



F 3 

d S 4 

S I 5 

M 6 

Tu 7 

W 8i 

1 I 
Th 91 

I 

F lo: 

S 111 

S 12 

M 13 

' Tu 14 

I 

iW 15 

A Th 16 ' 

! F 17 

S '18 I 

i$ 19' 

D I M 1 20 
!tu 21 

jw|22 
E Th 23 

I F , 24 I 

I S , 25 ' 

I S 26J 

0|M'27 

P Tul 28 

slw 29; 

iTh 30! 

!F,31, 
. 1 I 



2:10 
13.1 

2:54 
12.6 

8:46 
11.9 

4:48 
11.2 

0:20 
6.3 

1:46 
5.9 

8:06 
5.0 

4:00 
3.9 

4:48 
3.1 

5:32 
2.8 

6:14 
1.7 

0:14 
12.7 

0:48 
12.6 

1:20 

12.4 

1:60 
12.0 

2:20 
1L6 

2:50 
11.1 

3:26 
10.6 

4:15 
10.0 

5:20 
9.5 

1:15 
6.4 

2:20 
5.5 

3:14 
4.4 

4:06 

4:50 
2.0 

6:38 
1.0 

6:22 
0.2 

0:25 
13.7 

1:10 
18.7 

1:54 
18.4 

2:41 
12.7 



8:52 
0.6 

9:44 
1.1 

10:40 
1.8 

11:46 
2.4 

6K)4 
10.6 

7:82 
10.2 

8:57 
10.8 

10:06 
10.7 

11:00 
11.2 

11:50 
11.3 

12:34 
11.4 

6:50 
1.4 

7:28 
1.3 

8:00 
1.4 

8:86 
L7 

9:10 
2.1 

9:46 
2.5 

10:28 
3.0 

11:15 
3.4 

12:10 
3.7 

6:40 
9.3 

8:08 
9.6 

9:14 
10.0 

10:16 
10.6 

11:10 
11.1 

12:00 
11.5 

12:50 
11.7 

7:08 
-0.2 

7:55 
-0.3 

8:42 
0.0 

9:31 
0.6 



16:24 
11.1 

16:21 
10.6 

17:26 
10.2 

18:40 
10.2 

12:55 
8.0 

14:10 
8.4 

15:12 
8.6 

16:10 
3.6 

16:57 
3.7 

17:87 
4.0 

18:15 
4.3 

13:15 
11.2 

18:56 
10.9 

14:35 
10.5 

15:10 
10.2 

15:60 
9.9 

16:34 
9.6 

17:20 
9.6 

18:14 
9.8 

19:10 
10.2 

18:10 
4.0 

14:16 
4.1 

15:16 
4.1 

16:06 
4.1 

16:54 
4.2 

17:40 
4.2 

18:25 
4.4 

13:40 
11.7 

14:30 
11.5 

16:20 
n.4 

16:12 
11.2 



20:68 
5.0 

21:60 
6.7 

22:55 
6.2 



19:60 
10.4 

20:60 
10.9 

21:40 
11.6 

22:27 
11.8 

28:05 
12.3 

23:40 
12.5 



18:48 
4.7 

19:22 
5.2 

19:56 
5.6 

20:27 
6.0 

21:02 
6.4 

21:48 
6.8 

22:45 
7.0 

28:58 
6.9 



20:00 
10.7 

20:48 
11.1 

21:34 
11.7 

22:16 
12.4 

23:00 
13.0 

28:43 
13.5 



19:10 
4.6 

19:58 
4.9 

20:48 
5.3 

21:46 
5.6 



JUNE. 



p Dayof- 
>3 W.Mo, 



_!_ 
s ; 1 

s' 2 

m! 3 

Tul 4 
W, 5 
Th, 6 

f| 7j 
1 Sl 8| 
I S| 9^ , 

• m'io[ 
; Tu' 11 1 

Th 13 1 

I F 14 

I J I 
|Sjl5 

I S 16> 



Time and Height of High &11 1 
Low Water. 



|M 
3)|Tu 



18 



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F I 21 ' 

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I S 23 

M I 24 I 

Q I Tu' 25 . 



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1 


26 


Th 


27 


1 F 


28 


1 ^ 


29 


S 


30 



3:35 
12.0 

4:88 
11.1 

0:09 
6.6 

1:80 
6.2 

2:88 
4.4 

3:38 
8.7 

4:30 
2.9 

6:15 
2.2 

6:58 
1.6 

6:85 
1.8 

0:18 
12.3 

0:60 
12.2 

1:22 
11.9 

1:54 
11.6 

2:26 
11.2 

3:05 
10.8 

8:64 
10.8 

4:50 
9.8 

0:24 
5.7 

1:25 
4.9 

2:81 
8.9 

3:32 
2.7 

4:28 
1.6 

5:20 
0.6 

6.-08 
—0.2 

0.-06 
18.9 

0:65 
13.8 

1:44 
18.5 

2:32 
12.9 

3:26 
12.2 



10r25 
1.3 

11:20 
2.2 

5:68 
10.4 

7:15 
9.9 

8:37 
9.8 

9:47 
10.0 

10:60 
10.2 

11:40 
10.4 

12:26 
10.6 

13:08 
10.5 

7:10 
1.1 

7:40 
1.2 

8:15 
1.4 

8:45 
1.7 

9:20 
2.1 

9:54 
2.5 

10:40 
2,9 

11:22 
3.5 

6:00 
9.5 

7:-22 
9.4 

8:40 
9.6 

9:52 
10.0 

10:65 
10.4 

11:50 
10.9 

12:42 
11.3 

6:55 
—0.6 

7:42 
—0.6 

8:28 
—0.2 

9:15 
0.4 

10KI6 
1.8 



17:10 
11.0 

18:09 
11.0 

12r>D 
3.1 

13:28 
3.8 

14:34 
4.2 

16:35 
4.6 

16:23 
4.9 

17:16 
5.2 

17:46 
5.5 

18:24 
5.8 

13:46 
10.5 

14 -S 
10.4 

14:.Vi 
10.3 

15:30 

10.3 

16:05 
10.3 

16:44 

10.5 

17:25 
10.6 

18:10 
10.9 

12:20 
4.0 

13r20 

4.5 

14:22 

4.& 

15:22 
5.0 

16.-20 

5.0 

17:15 
6.0 

18:05 
5.0 

13:30 
11.6 

14:20 
11.7 

15.K)5 
11.7 

15:54 
11.7 

16:40 
n.7 



The tides are placed in the order of occurrence, with